High Street Farmhouse is situated at the northern end of Long Melford village, we have a lovely pub just a 10 minute walk away. A short car ride or walk into the village gives you a wide variety of further places to eat from traditional pubs to hotel restaurants and international cuisine.
Long Melford is ideally placed as a base to explore the delights of Suffolk or indeed further afield into Essex, Norfolk or Cambridgeshire.
Nearby Points of Interest
- Kentwell (1 mi)
- A romantic, moated Tudor mansion in a tranquill parkland setting. There are beautiful gardens, and historic farm buildings complete with rare breed of animal. An open-air theatre is the setting for plays and concerts during July and August (pre booking is essential!). Every year there are Re-Creations of everyday life in Tudor times, when Kentwell is inhabited by up to 250 men, women and children who live, act and dress as authentically as possible.
- Melford Hall (1 mi)
- Melford Hall, the home of the Hyde Parker family, belongs to the National Trust and is open to the public. Opening days are: Easter week, weekends in April and October and then Wednesday to Sunday from May until the end of September. It is also open on Bank Holiday Mondays. Opening hours are from 13:30 - 17:00. (More information is available from the NT web site.)
From the South / South West (M25)(50.0mi, 80.5km)
Take M25 Junction 27 onto the M11 north. Then take Junction 9 on the M11 onto the A11 (Newmarket). Take the 2nd junction onto A1307 (at the services) towards Haverhill. Continue on A1307 until Wixoe then take A1092 towards Clare. The A1092 will now take you into Long Melford.
From the North (A1)(65.0mi, 104.6km)
Take the A1 junction 14 onto the A14 towards Cambridge. Continue on A14 to Bury St Edmunds. Then head south on the A134 towards Sudbury. Take the A1092 at Long Melford and the house is first on the left.
From the East (Ipswich)(23.0mi, 37.0km)
From the A14 at Ipswich take the A1071 to Sudbury. Continue through the town and head north on the A134 to Long Melford. Once in Long Melford, the High Street Farm House is the last house on the right, at the north end of the High Street prior to the A134 junction. As you leave Long Melford High St heading north, follow the signs to Kentwell Hall past the green and the church on the left. Go past Kentwell Hall (on the left) our house is the last on the right. Y