Visit Haverhill and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Haverhill, Suffolk - pronounced Hayverill.
A fire in 1665 destroyed much of the Church of St Mary, which has been much restored in later centuries. There is an interesting Elizabethan monument to one John Ward.
The town is predominantly Victorian. The Gurteen coarse-clothing factory of the mid-19th century gave employment to large numbers, and a dozen houses in Weavers' Row should be noted.
Adjacent cities/towns/villages: Ashdon, Ashen, Balsham, Barnardiston, Bartlow, Birdbrook, Brinkley, Castle Camps, Castle Hedingham, Clare, Cowlinge, Denston, Depden, Great Bradley, Great Sampford, Great Wilbraham, Great Wratting, Great Yeldham, Hadstock, Halstead, Helion Bumpstead, Hempstead, Hundon, Kedington, Kirtling, Lidgate, Linton, Newmarket, Poslingford, Radwinter, Ridgewell, Saffron Walden, Shudy Camps, Sible Hedingham, Six Mile Bottom, Stambourne, Steeple Bumpstead, Stoke by Clare, Stradishall, Sturmer, Sudbury, Thurlow, Toppesfield, West Wickham, West Wratting, Westley Waterless, Wickhambrook, Wimbish, Withersfield
Have you decided to visit Haverhill or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Haverhill bed and breakfast (a Haverhill B&B or Haverhill b and b)
- a Haverhill guesthouse
- a Haverhill hotel (or motel)
- a Haverhill self-catering establishment, or
- other Haverhill accommodation