The Old Rectory

Campsea Ashe, Woodbridge, IP13 0PU, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Woodbridge

If you want to meet a real Suffolk local.....

by MikeBird

We happened to stop by the second hand bookshop at Sutton Hoo. It's run by a chap called Patrick who has a classic Suffolk accent and is full of stories about suffolk rural life. He had been a dairy manager for much of his life and seems to be very happy to tell his stories to any visitors willing to listen. He is so enthusiastic in his story telling that you might find yourself there for longer than you intended but he is interesting. He doesn't seem to know anything about Sutton Hoo ( he told us he'd never had the chance to walk down to the burial sites!) but he knows lots about Woodbridge over the last 50 years.

visited and guided around Woodbridge mill

by baphoon

This is something that i took my then 12 and 14 year old children to while visiting childhood memories, and can only say when the guide retires, it will be a terrible shame. To visit and be guided around the mill was a total enthralling experience for all three of us and should be advised to all. We learnt lots and experienced a powerful tour (even when nervous on the origonal floor board 3/4 flights up!! recommended by myself and the bairns...... a must do!

East Anglia

by Franz66


A lovely little place that stands on the banks of the River Deben.I was doing a tour of East Anglia and decided to visit the Suffolk Horse Mueum which is loctated within the Shire Hall.It turns out the Museum is only open from Easter Monday to the end of September so I was lucky.Well worth a visit though if you like horses.There are some really nice pubs in Woodbrige and local shops not to mention the Tide Mill.Twitchers will also enjoy a stay here.Take a trip to Sutton Hoo as well.

Woodbridge: An East Anglia Fishing Town

by Tom_Fields


Here is a small, East Anglia fishing town, by-passed by industrialization and tourism. The town has a few points of interest, and is worth stopping to see if you're in the region.

"The River Deben"

This is Woodbridge's link to the sea. Note the low water level; this shot was obviously taken at low tide. Also, note the Tide Mill in the background. This is one of the oldest in the UK; the first one recorded on this site dates back to 1170.


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Address: Campsea Ashe, Woodbridge, IP13 0PU, United Kingdom