Stoke by Nayland stands on a hill overlooking the Stour and Box river valleys, on the edge of Constable Country, in an area of outstanding Natural Beauty.
It is a pretty Suffolk village of timber framed houses and a fine fifteenth century hilltop church, featured in paintings by John Constable.
There are two exceptionally good pubs, The Crown and The Angel, plus a village shop, garage and bookshop. The nearby Golf Club offers a spa and gym.
There are many wonderful walks to be taken, a network of footpaths, including The Stour Valley Path.
Free car parking – the Recreation Ground, School Street, Stoke-by-Nayland CO6 4QY – a short walk from here through St. Mary’s churchyard to the centre of the village where all the events will be taking place.
Please do not park in the narrow streets around the village as this causes congestion and makes access for emergency vehicles very difficult.
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