Is Long Melford a nice place to live?
Long Melford is without doubt one of Suffolk’s most attractive places to live. In a nationwide poll by estate agent Savills it came seventh as one of Britain’s most desirable villages.
How Long is Long Melford high street?
2 ½ miles
‘Melford’ is derived from ‘mill’ and ‘ford’, and ‘Long’ doesn’t need explaining to anyone who has attempted to walk the main street in Long Melford – all 2 ½ miles of it! The longest in England. There are many interesting sights in Long Melford, and it is well worth a visit in its own right.
Is the swan Long Melford open?
Friendly service and an absolutely great meal….Opening Hours.
|Monday – Saturday||12am – 10pm|
|Sunday||12am – 7pm|
Who owns the Swan Long Melford?
O&O Inns Ltd
The Swan, in Long Melford, was taken over by O&O Inns Ltd last October after it had been through a tumultuous period – having closed twice in quick succession throughout the year.
What is the prettiest village in Suffolk?
10 Most Picturesque Villages in Suffolk
- Long Melford.
Is Suffolk expensive to live?
The cheapest places to live in Suffolk are in Ipswich and Lowestoft, while the most expensive is in the heart of Constable Country, new figures reveal.
Is Long Melford a village or town?
Long Melford, colloquially and historically also referred to as Melford, is a large village and civil parish in the Babergh district, in the county of Suffolk, England.
How far is Long Melford from the coast?
The coastline of Brightlingsea Beach (Essex) is situated approx 22.27 mi to the SE of Long Melford.
Where is the prettiest place in Suffolk?
We pick 10 of the prettiest places to live in Suffolk.
- Coddenham. Tucked away in the heart of Suffolk, Coddenham is renowned for its excellent countryside walks and picturesque views.
- Cavendish. The chocolate box village of Cavendish is nestled in the scenic Stour Valley.
- Long Melford.
- East Bergholt.
Is Suffolk a posh area?
In recent years Suffolk has become known as one of the most desirable locations for commuters searching for a change of lifestyle. There are several exceptional locations across the county that establish Suffolk as a great location to reside. We have put together a list of the best places to live in Suffolk.
Where should I not live in Suffolk?
These are the areas in Suffolk which saw the most number of crimes reported in July:
- Lowestoft – 815 crime reports.
- Ipswich West – 685 crime reports.
- Bury St Edmunds – 534 crime reports.
- Ipswich Central – 530 crime reports.
- Ipswich East – 507 crime reports.
- Sudbury – 400 crime reports.
- Haverhill – 368 crime reports.
What is open in Long Melford?
Kentwell Hall. 728. Historic Sites • Points of Interest & Landmarks.
Where is the village of Long Melford in Suffolk?
/ 52.077; 0.718 Long Melford (or Melford, as it is known locally) is a large village and civil parish in the Babergh district, in the county of Suffolk, England. It is on Suffolk’s border with Essex, which is marked by the River Stour, approximately 16 miles (26 km) from Colchester and 14 miles (23 km) from Bury St Edmunds.
Where is the hareinn in Long Melford Suffolk?
The pub is located at the northern end of Long Melford, just a short walk from both the Tudor Estate of Kentwell Hall and Melford Hall stately home. Hall St, Long Melford, Suffolk, CO10 9DF | 01787 310379 | www.hareinn.com
Where are the best places to eat in Long Melford?
Ambling along the lovely main street you’ll pass numerous antique shops, art galleries and pubs, several boutiques, restaurants and cafes. Opposite The Bull be sure to look out for the Long Melford Heritage Centre which is situated at the rear of the Village Hall in Chemists Lane.
When was the Bull Hotel in Long Melford built?
Built in 1450, the historic timbered Bull Hotel is a well-known landmark in the lovely Suffolk village of Long Melford. It’s also one of our highly popular properties. This wonderful inn has been welcoming visitors since 1570. Now it’s your turn. Enjoy friendly staff, great food and drink, and a thoroughly relaxing stay.