There are plenty of places to explore in Lavenham, and all on the doorstep of No.24. We've captured a snippet for you below, and more information is available on the Love Lavenham website.



Lavenham is full of wonders, mysteries and history. The village was once one of the wealthiest settlements in England due to the booming wool trade in the 15th and 16th centuries, however, when imported cloth started to be produced cheaper, Lavenham's wealth suffered a huge hit. However, the silver lining was that our buildings were unmodified and this is why today we have such beautifully wonky buildings which Lavenham has become hugely famous for. Why not book a guided tour to find out more. 


We have a great mix of places to eat and drink at in Lavenham, from country pubs, tapas, tea rooms, fine dining and an Indian, here are a few:  

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If life's been busy and you fancy a bit of pampering, the Weavers' House Spa is the place to visit. Just a couple of minute's walk from No.24.


Or why not get your wellies on and go for a long walk and then go for a hot chocolate at The Parlour or a glass of wine by the fire at The Angel? We're extremely lucky to have a great combination of shops, restaurants and pubs and also miles of open countryside around us. We provide maps to help you get around, and you can take a visit to the Lavenham Hub at 2 Lady Street to find out more.


We've got shops that will cover all your basics and more, from tasty Lavenham Butchers, fresh bread from the bakers, local stores, pharmacy and two Co-Ops. We also have Hollow Trees Farm 15 minutes drive away which has a fabulous selection of local produce, a cafe, and a farm for the kiddies to explore.

That's not all, we also have a beautiful selection of shops and galleries offering gifts, homeware, children's wear and more.

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