Our new issue is out now! Join us for our ‘East of England’ special where we discover the delight’s of Britain’s historic eastern corner
Filled with stories, quaint villages and pretty vistas, as you’ll discover this issue, England’s easterly corner is well worth your time.
Suffolk is home to some of England’s oldest and most extraordinary timber-framed houses medieval houses that you yourself can stay in. This issue we go in search of the best.
We also discover the fine English city of Cambridge, which, though younger than its rival, Oxford, has played a pivotal role in British history, and from coast to countryside our editor brings you the very best of rural Norfolk.
Plus, from Anglo-Saxon treasures and medieval castles to the home of one of Britain’s best-loved composers, here’s our pick of the best places to visit in East Anglia.
And, you could be in with a chance of winning an elegant hotel stay in Suffolk!
Get your copy now, here.
Also inside the issue:
- Jeremy Flint visits magnificent Holkham Hall in Norfolk to meet the man tasked with making the vast estate more sustainable
- Our writer tells the story of the GIs whose arrival caused quite a commotion in rural East Anglia during the Second World War
- Author Sarah E Doig tells of some terrifying Norfolk superstitions and Devilish stories in an extract from her new book
- 300 years on from his death, our writer goes in search of renowned British architect Sir Christopher Wren’s finest buildings