Wool made Suffolk important in the 17th and 18th centuries. Nowadays it is the landscape that provides much of its wealth as people are drawn to visit this beautiful county. Many of the impossibly quaint villages have changed little in the past three hundred years.
Both the interior countryside and the Suffolk coast have their admirers. The Heritage Coast offers Aldeburgh, Woodbridge and Southwold, whilst those seeking the countryside choose Hadleigh, Sudbury, Kersey, Nayland and Lavenham. For a little more bustle Bury St. Edmunds is the place to be.
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