Visit Needham Market and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Needham Market, Suffolk. A thoroughfare town on the Ipswich to Bury St Edmunds road (A45). There is much of interest, including Georgian houses in the High Street, the Bull Hotel with carved corner-post, the Friends' Meeting House and Graveyard and the 17th century, timber-framed Grammar School. The Church of St John the Baptist, while not especially remarkable outside, contains a unique timber roof. It is remarkably complex in structure and dates originally from the latter half of the 15th century, although much of it had to be restored in the 1880s.
One of the Ministers of the Congregational Church was Joseph Priestley(1733- 1804), famous as a chemist and for “discovering” oxygen when he settled in Pennsylvania in 1794.
Adjacent cities/towns/villages: Ashbocking, Aspall, Baylham, Bildeston, Bramford, Burstall, Buxhall, Chelsworth, Coddenham, Creeting St. Mary, Debenham, Elmswell, Framsden, Gipping, Great Blakenham, Great Bricett, Great Finborough, Hadleigh, Haughley, Hemingstone, Hintlesham, Hitcham, Ipswich, Kenton, Kersey, Mendlesham, Mickfield, Offton, Old Newton, Otley, Rattlesden, Rushmere, Semer, Somersham, Sproughton, Stonham Aspall, Stowmarket, Swilland, Wattisham, Westerfield, Wetheringsett, Whatfield, Whitton, Witnesham, Woodbridge, Woolpit
Have you decided to visit Needham Market or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Needham Market bed and breakfast (a Needham Market B&B or Needham Market b and b)
- a Needham Market guesthouse
- a Needham Market hotel (or motel)
- a Needham Market self-catering establishment, or
- other Needham Market accommodation