Local interest

Rose Cottage B&B - local interest in Suffolk

We’re lucky to live in an area of natural beauty so there’s plenty to do on the doorstep. We have a selection of maps for local walks and cycle routes available for use.

Places to eat and drink

  • The Olive Tree, Kirby Cane Norfolk: (0.7 miles) Great Italian food with a pleasant atmosphere.
    Visit The Olive tree website
  • The Artichoke, Broome Norfolk: (2.1 miles) A quiet, traditional local pub with open fire serving a variety of ales and whiskies.
    Visit the Artichoke website
  • Earsham Hall, Earsham Suffolk: (5.6 miles) After visiting Earsham Hall Pine’s extensive showroom and gift shop why not treat yourself to one of its renowned cream teas or something from their light lunch menu.
    Visit the Earsham Hall website
  • The Black Swan, Homersfield Norfolk: (7.7 miles) Serving hearty, traditional food in a perfect setting due to its position next to the beautiful River Waveney.
    Visit the Black Swan website
  • The Lighthouse Restaurant, Aldeburgh Suffolk: (28.3 miles) Local produce served by Head Chef Guy Welsh. Visit for a light snack or a three-course meal.
    Visit the Lighthouse website
  • Five Bells, Wrentham Suffolk: (13.2 miles) A welcoming log fire in the winter, local ales and hearty grub.
    Visit the Five Bells website
    Places to visit

  • Bungay, Suffolk: (4 miles) An historic market town with castle.
    Find out more about Bungay
  • Beccles, Suffolk: (5.3 miles) A lovely town with plenty of places to eat and shop.
    Find out more about Beccles
  • Southwold, Suffolk: (17.5 miles) A charming north Suffolk seaside town on the Suffolk Heritage Coast. Almost an island, being bounded by the North Sea to the East, by the River Blyth and Southwold harbour to the South-West and by Buss Creek to the North, there is just the one road in to and out of Southwold.
    Find out more about Southwold
  • Aldeburgh, Suffolk: (28 miles) A small seaside town on the unspoilt East Suffolk coast. In the 16th Century it was a thriving port and shipbuilding area, becoming a fishing village and seaside resort in the 19th Century.
    Find out more about Aldeburgh


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Places to eat and visit in
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