Nestled in the north-east corner of Suffolk, Beccles is a moderately sized market town, made up of quaint market squares ancient, winding streets. Granted a charter in the late Tudor period, the town has a potent historical character running through the whole settlement, accentuated by interesting buildings like its 18th-century octagonal town hall, and the Grade I listed Leman House.
Visit Waveney Valley
Situated on the border between Norfolk and Suffolk, Waveney Valley is a rural haven for wildlife, scattered with unspoilt, idyllic villages, quaint market towns, and a beautiful stretch of coastline. This area is a popular destination for holidaymakers looking to escape the frantic pace of life in more urban areas, and immerse themselves in the district’s timeless beauty.
Lose yourself in Henstead Exotic Garden
Henstead Exotic Garden is a small, though beautiful and unique attraction just outside of Beccles. Enclosed by a yew hedgerow, this garden was developed by local Andrew Brogan over the space of 7 years. Bursting with exotic plants, including palms, banana trees, bamboos, and tree ferns, along with pretty embossments including ponds, streams, and a raised Thai pavilion. Henstead is the perfect stop to add a little more beauty and tranquillity to your trip.
Planning a trip to Beccles? Travelodge Lowestoft Hotel is a half-hour drive away, as is Travelodge Great Yarmouth Hotel.