Lavenham is the most famous of the West Suffolk medieval Wool Towns. One of the wealthiest areas in the country in the 12th to 16th century the gentry stamped their mark on the area by building magnificent churches, grand meeting houses including the famous Guildhall and opulent country and town houses.
Take a step back in time when you visit this histrical town, walk the cobbled streets and get a sense of what life used to be like. Little has changed to the town with over 300 listed buildlings it is considered as one of the UK's best preserved medieval towns. There are many excellent places to eat in the town including The Swan Hotel and The Great House. Don't forget to stop off for afternoon tea at one of the excellent cafes followed by a spot of retail therapy in one of the many independent shops including craft, clothing and much more.