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Best Norfolk and Suffolk destinations revealed

Top attractions recommended by Which? members

The medieval village of Lavenham and the genteel seaside resort of Southwold have been recommended as top Norfolk and Suffolk destinations in a survey of Which? members.

With its wild sea coasts, meandering waterways and broad open heathland, Norfolk and Suffolk’s flatlands are a paradise for walkers, beach lovers and bird-watchers.

We asked Which? members to recommend their favourite towns, attractions and routes in Norfolk and Suffolk, and those which were suggested most frequently appear below.

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The best Norfolk and Suffolk wildlife

Members recommended the four mile stretch of sand at North Norfolk’s Holkham Beach which lies within the National Nature Reserve.

And the most recommended RSPB reserve is at Minsmere between Southwold and Aldeburgh on the Suffolk coast where you can encounter Dartford warblers, woodlarks and herds of red deer.

If you’re planning your own wildlife-watching break, check out our binoculars reviews.

The best Norfolk and Suffolk attractions

The historic attraction in Norfolk or Suffolk that most members recommend is Jacobean Felbrigg Hall near Cromer with its delightful grounds and lavish interior.

And the most recommended cultural attraction is Snape Maltings near Aldeburgh. This excellent concert venue is also home to craft shops, galleries and a monthly farmers’ market.

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