The Legacy Mill Hotel

Address: Walnut Tree Lane, Sudbury, Suffolk, East Anglia, England, CO10 1BD, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Walnut Tree Lane, Sudbury, is near Kentwell Hall, Melford Hall, Gainsborough House, and Lavenham Audio Tour.
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    Travel Blogs from Sudbury

    Day 3 Schoohoven to Wageningen

    A travel blog entry by tandemtales on Jun 29, 2015

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... lot of people trying to talk German to us we must look very Germanic , we carried on getting a bit lost in Nieuwegin and missed seeing the worlds oldest canal lock (sorry dad/Jeremy!) And stopped for lunch in Wijk bij Duurstede next to the worlds only drive through windmill, it's getting very hot but nice and breezy while cycling. During the afternoon the route took us through some woods and a bit of off road action which was great fun although ...

    Templars found wanting... but train to the rescue

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Sep 30, 2014

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... cut into the Earth itself. We had been led to the Cave via Royston Church, where the Michael energy had passed through the altar and changed direction at the 13th century font. One of the most interesting artefacts in the church had been a medieval statue of the Virgin Mary, Our Lady of Royston.

    There was no doubt in our minds that Royston Cave was one of those mythical entrances into the Otherworld, situated at a place where the earth currents fuse to ...

    Cambridge to London: completing the circle

    A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 02, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... to attend Evensong. I decided to remain. There were some who resented the existence of a service, but most people understood. Some other people who had not left at the four o'clock bell kicked up a bit of a fuss when one of the custodial staff asked them for their audioguides back. They hadn't finished! They walked off in a protesting huff. Glad to be rid of them. At 4.45 a group of us was asked if we wished to sit in choir, in the section just beyond the ...

    Billericay and The Doctor

    A travel blog entry by silsby on Jul 22, 2013

    10 photos

    ... then walked back to Upton Park station.

    Fortunately, the next train was on the District Line, which passes through Gloucester Road, so it was an easy trip home. I walked back home, and within minutes Mum put dinner in front of me - I highly recommend travelling with your parents!

    We're having an early night tonight - tomorrow we're taking the first of our day trips, all the way north to Carlisle, almost on the Scottish border, so it will be an early start.
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    Our favourite pub closed down!

    A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Jul 13, 2012

    9 photos

    ... all in the one street!

    Cambridge is a really lovely town, lots of open green spaces and even though it is quite a busy place, it is a lovely lifestyle, with many people riding bikes around. It is a very easy town in which to ride a bike, lots of bike paths in and around the city centre. It is particularly nice along the River Cam, with many riverboats parked along the banks, and some beautiful homes. The paths are well used by cyclists and ...