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East Anglia

East Anglia

East Anglia's name derives from the Angles, the people from northern Germany who settled here during the 5th and 6th Centuries. East Anglians have long been a breed of plain-spoken and independent, oft stubborn, people. During the Civil War, East Anglia was Cromwell's most reliable source of support. Today East Anglia grows about a third of Britain's vegetable crops on the peaty soil that resulted from the draining of the Fens.  Many of the region's towns and cities grew prosperous on the agricultural wealth created in the region. The sea also plays a prominent role in East Anglian life.  East Anglia is also home to Cambridge, one of the world's top universities.

Immortalised by the painter, Constable, scattered with churches, windmills and medieval agricultural barns, East Anglia is also a nature lover's paradise, with bird reserves and seal colonies, especially in Norfolk. The Suffolk countryside is renowned too for its quaint, pretty villages and distinctive pink-washed cottages.

Your guide to boutique bed and breakfast, luxury bed and breakfast, exclusive homestays and even more exclusive wedding venues in East Anglia. We've hand-picked the very best boutique and luxury bed and breakfasts in Europe to bring you our collection of stylish romantic retreats. Find your perfect bed and breakfast, exclusive wedding venue and exclusive homestay and get the low-down on all the things you can do and places you can visit whilst you are there.


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Fabulous places to stay in the East Anglia. Luxury Bed and Breakfast, Boutique Bed and Breakfast in Norfolk and Suffolk, Pubs and Restaurants with Rooms, Wedding Venues and Homestays. East Anglia's Finest Accommodation.

  • Godwick Hall, East Anglia
  • Duke House East Anglia
  • Magazine Wood East Anglia
  • Norfolk Courtyard East Anglia
  • The Old Rectory Country House East Anglia

Out and About in East Anglia

  • Aldeburgh
  • Aldeburgh Museum
  • Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill
  • Audley End House
  • Binham Priory
  • Blakeney
  • Blakenham Woodland Garden
  • Blickling Estate
  • Bradenham Hall Garden & Arboretum
  • Bressingham Gardens
  • Bury St Edmunds
  • Cambridge
  • Chilford Hall Vineyard
  • East Bergholt Place, The Place for Plants
  • East Ruston Old Vicarage Gardens
  • Ely Cathedral
  • Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden
  • Felbrigg Hall, Gardens & Estate
  • Flatford: Bridge Cottage
  • Flatford: Bridge Cottage
  • Framlingham Castle
  • Helmingham Hall Gardens
  • Holkham Hall
  • Holt
  • Houghton Hall Gardens
  • Houghton Mill
  • Ickworth
  • Kentwell Hall & Gardens
  • Lavenham
  • Lavenham Guildhall
  • Leiston Abbey
  • Long Melford
  • Mannington Gardens
  • Melford Hall
  • National Horseracing Museum
  • Norwich
  • Norwich Castle
  • Norwich Cathedral
  • Orford Castle
  • Peckover House and Garden
  • Pensthorpe
  • Ranworth Broad - Norfolk Wildlife Trust
  • Sandringham House and Estate
  • Saxmundham
  • Sheringham
  • Sheringham Park
  • Somerleyton Hall
  • Southwold
  • St Edmundsbury Cathedral
  • St Mary's Church, Barton Bendish
  • Sudbury
  • The Beth Chatto Garden
  • The Cathedral of St John the Baptist
  • The Place for Plants
  • Walsingham Abbey
  • Wimpole Estate
  • Woodbridge
  • Wyken Vineyards and Gardens