Sudbury Hotels: Sudbury is located in Suffolk. The town is a small, historic market town that is situated some 60 miles from London. It dates back to the days of the Saxons. Visitors will find there are plenty of things to see and do while in Sudbury. The town makes for a nice day trip from London as well as other areas. It can be easily reached from London and other towns. There are several shops worth browsing while visiting Sudbury. In addition, there are several accommodations and dining establishments located in the local area.
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Sudbury is very beautiful small, old market town in Suffolk County of England and is located on the banks of River Stour, about 15 miles from the Colchester and about 60 miles (approximately) from London.
For centuries, the silk and weaving industry has boomed here and great churches and houses have been built, giving this town a memorable major historical legacy. This town has been used as a location for many movies, significantly for famous BBC's Lovejoy. Sudbury is surrounded by attractive countryside area. The small town has produced some greatest painters of history like Thomas Gainsborough and John Constable. Sudbury is the most recommended place for relaxed walking holidays.
Sudbury is your major gateway to tourism, business and leisure in the town. Set in heart of Stour Valley, an outstanding area of amazing natural beauty, Sudbury is ideal for both pleasure trips and business. Sudbury is a very important ancient market place dating back to the Saxon age. There is a remarkable improvement in road and transport network in the town. Sudbury has a railway link to London. Many sporting facilities and cultural centres, fine hotels and inns, make Sudbury town an excellent place for holiday and visit.
Sudbury is centered around the North Street and Market Hill with town hall near to the meeting place of the two and opposite to the St Peter's church. At one side of the church is a real drinking trough. In front of this church is a statue of Thomas Gainsborough that overlooks the entire market place.
The centre of Sudbury contains lot of interesting streets and alleys. In the Northern area of Town Hall is the notable North Street. This is yet another attractive street that is becoming the major shopping place of the town.
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