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Mint Cottage sleeps 2 and could be just the place for a romantic break. With its four poster bedroom complete with a high, beamed ceiling, this cottage offers plenty of atmosphere and character. Dating back to the 16th century, this cottage is situated within the charming historical village of Lavenham in Suffolk, probably one of the best preserved medieval villages that England has to offer.
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This is England's best preserved Medieval Village, where the cult 60's film Witchfinder General was shot, it is a beautiful place to visit and set in lovely countryside with many walks like the one to Long Melford where the TV series 'Lovejoy' was filmed and is also very picturesque. Only 90 mins from London - it's a great weekend escape cottage.
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Ipswich - London Stansted
Recommended Places to Visit: Bury St Edmunds, a beautiful Historic Market Town where Magna Carta was hatched. Thetford Forest. Cambridge is 50 mins away Constables Flatford Mill where he painted The Haywain is 25 mins away. Long Melford : an Antique Hunters dream, is 12 mins away. The prettiest of Suffolks tiny medieval hamlets like Kersey are scattered all around this special area.
Annual Events: There are regular Carnival, French Market, Vintage Car Rallies and musical event that take place throughout the year
Recommended Places to Eat Out: The Great House has frequent reviews in National Newspapers and is a highly regarded French Restaurant, and just 80 yards away ! Claudia Schiffer stayed at The White Swan when she got married and it has an excellent Restaurant.
Local Sports: Horse Riding, Walking, Fishing, Cycle Route
Lavenham is widely as England's best preserved Medieval Village. it is a picturesque little Wool Village made famous by the cult 1960's film Witchfinder General with Vincent Price that was filmed infront of the wonderful Guildhall in the Market Place and also Harry Potters ancient family house was in Lavenham