With the stunning village of Moulton on our doorstep, the national horseracing town of Newmarket up the road and the famous University city of Cambridge, the floral town of Bury St Edmunds or home to the Norman Cathedral, the city of Ely just a little further away – there are plenty of places to explore.


Nestled in the folds of the West Suffolk hills, Moulton is a charming village, that pre-dates the Doomsday book of 1086 and is older than Newmarket. The ancient Ickneild Way (B1506) forms the northern parish boundary and also the county boundary with Cambridgeshire.

The award winning Store and Post Office offers daily newspapers, fresh bakery and dairy produce, local greengrocery items, hot tea and coffee, freshly filled rolls as well as stocking general store items and also acts as the hub of the community as well as attracting visitors from far and wide.



Newmarket is the home of horseracing. It was once the sporting playground for royalty and is now home to over 3,000 horses and boasts two racecourses. The racecourses host two of the five British Classic Races plus countless race days and the July Festival, one of the most glamourous events in the racing calendar.


Newmarket Races/Newmarket Nights: www.newmarket.thejockeyclub.co.uk/newmarket-nights


There’s something for everyone when it comes to entertainment in Cambridge. You can go punting on the River Cam, enjoy a picnic in the park, join a walking tour of the city or explore further afield from the seat of a bicycle following the excellent network of cycle paths in and around the city.


Punting in Cambridge: www.puntcambridge.co.uk/taking-your-cambridge-river-tour and www.scudamores.com

Bury St Edmunds

Bury St Edmunds is a historic jewel in Suffolk’s crown that over the millennia it has seen tragedy, drama and greatness in equal measure. As such Bury St Edmunds’ architecture reads like a 3D map of the past, and among the old, you’ll find the new: independent shops, eateries, art galleries and more.


Bury St Edmunds tour guides: www.burystedmundstourguides.org


Rising above the Cambridgeshire Fens, Ely is the destination City with something for everyone.
From the monastic buildings of the city past, through to the vibrant food scene of today, the scenic majesty of the Riverside, Ely packs a great deal into a pocket city. With Ely Cathedral, independent shops around the city centre, places to relax and replenish both body and mind, there has never been a better time to enjoy this quintessentially English jewel.


Ely Cathedral: https://www.elycathedral.org/

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