Clare and Cavendish Cottages
Clare is known as Suffolk's smallest towns and is also part of the gruop of historical Wool Towns. It is a truly picturesque town which sits on the north bank of the river Stour and has a variety of interesting trails that meander in and around its streets and has recently received a Walkers Are Welcome accreditation. A typical 'wool town' it has many interseting buildings to be explored including Clare Priory and The Ancient House museum. There is also the beautiful Clare Country Park where you can discover the ruins of an old castle as well as woodland walks and a childrens play area. The town's high street is also packed with many local shops and excellent eateries.
If you head a couple of miles East from Clare you will find the next door village of Cavendish. One of Suffolk's prettiest villages and known for its thatched cottages and picturesque green, It is also home to an excellent dining pub The George, which is situated just on the edge of the green. The villagers have a wonderful sense of community and reguarly hold local events including a very popular Summer fete.