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Earsham Street B & B Bungay Suffolk

Bungay

Castle Ruins, Fisher Theatre, Riverside Walks

Bungay is north east of Suffolk, set in the Waveney Valley.  The town is full of listed buildings (mainly 18th century)  and interesting architecture.  It is full of visitor attractions: Bungay Castle (Bigod’s Castle) Fisher Theatre Riverside walks Canoeing Town Trail Bigod’s Way Walk Museum Three churches Bungay is mentioned in the Domesday Book.  The Angles Way walk passes through the town so, Earsham St B&B is very convienent for walkers.   The nearest train stations are Norwich (15 miles) or Diss (17 miles).

Bungay for Walkers

There are beautiful walks in and around Bungay - the Bigod Way walk and the Angles Way walk are very popular.  Earsham B & B is conveniently situated for walking enthusiasts.

Fisher Theatre

Fisher Theatre has a full programme of events including plays, National Theatre Live broadcasts, concerts, live music, films and quiz and race nights. It is also used for wedding's, celebration events and meetings. For more information visit http://www.fishertheatre.org/

Other Attractions in Bungay

Bungay is   17 Miles from Southwold, well known for it's Pier and distinctive Beach Huts and Adnams beer. Bungay is 20 miles from the RSPB site at Minsmere, a bird watchers haven. A lot of the shops are independently owned which is quite rare these days .  Bungay is famous for holding three street markets a year, starting in Spring with the Flower and Garden Market, Antiques in Summer and Christmas in December. 
For Further information about what to see and do in Bungay, visit http://www.bungay-suffolk.co.uk/
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Earsham Street B & B Bungay Suffolk

Bungay

Castle Ruins, Fisher

Theatre, Riverside Walks

Bungay is north east of Suffolk, set in the Waveney Valley.  The town is full of listed buildings (mainly 18th century)  and interesting architecture.  It is full of visitor attractions: Bungay Castle (Bigod’s Castle) Fisher Theatre Riverside walks Canoeing Town Trail Bigod’s Way Walk Museum Three churches Bungay is mentioned in the Domesday Book.  The Angles Way walk passes through the town so, Earsham St B&B is very convienent for walkers.   The nearest train stations are Norwich (15 miles) or Diss (17 miles).

Bungay for Walkers

There are beautiful walks in and around Bungay - the Bigod Way walk and the Angles Way walk are very popular.  Earsham B & B is conveniently situated for walking enthusiasts.

Fisher

Theatre

Fisher Theatre has a full programme of events including plays, National Theatre Live broadcasts, concerts, live music, films and quiz and race nights. It is also used for wedding's, celebration events and meetings. For more information visit http://www.fishertheatre.org/

Other Attractions in

Bungay

Bungay is   17 Miles from Southwold, well known for it's Pier and distinctive Beach Huts and Adnams beer. Bungay is 20 miles from the RSPB site at Minsmere, a bird watchers haven. A lot of the shops are independently owned which is quite rare these days .  Bungay is famous for holding three street markets a year, starting in Spring with the Flower and Garden Market, Antiques in Summer and Christmas in December. 
For Further information on what to do in Bungay, visit http://www.bungay-suffolk.co.uk/
Southwold