Framlingham is in the heart of Suffolk and is an Ancient market town, which has been a major power in royal fortunes, and once held an important agricultural market. The triangular-shaped market place is bordered by attractive buildings. Framlingham is noted for its well preserved 12th C. castle, built by the Bigod Family (Earls of Norfolk), and the church )with its magnificent tombs and effigies.
Getting to Framlingham
Framlingham is served by an excellent network of trunk roads. The A12, A14 & A1120 provide fast, easy access with the Midlands, London & the Home Counties just 2 hours drive away.
There is rail access to Framlingham via Wickham Market (nearest rail station) with a regular service to Ipswich, Lowestoft & with links to London & the East Of England.
Nearest Airports are London Stansted which is under 2 hours drive away to the South & Norwich which is under 1.5 hours drive away to the North.
Nearest Passenger Ferry Service is from Harwich International Port which is easily accessible by road, rail or foot ferry.