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The Ickworth Hotel, Off A143, 3 miles south of Bury, Horringer IP29 5QE, England. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.

Strattons Hotel, 4 Ash Close, Swaffham PE37 7NH, England. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.

Tour East AngliaThe Hidden Places of East Anglia - Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex & Cambridgeshire The beautiful region of East Anglia includes the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire. Norfolk is renowned for the Norfolk Broads, as well as delightful scenes of gentle rolling hills, expansive horizons and a beautiful coastline charmed with picturesque views and endowed rich with wildlife and nature. Suffolk is blessed with incomparable rural beauty. Meandering tidal rivers and numerous streams, brooks and gullies intersect this beautiful land. Essex is a county that historically has a rich maritime tradition going back as far as Roman times, and has the oldest recorded town in England namely Colchester. Cambridgeshire is most famous for its ancient university as well as being the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell and Samuel Pepys.

Echoes of East AngliaEchoes of East Anglia: The Lost Wartime Airfields of Norfolk and Suffolk Martin Bowman is among the best-known aircraft photographers in the country and Halsgrove have recently published his celebrated book of classic aircraft photographs, "Airs and Graces". In this new work, he has explored the many Second World War airfields in East Anglia, taking evocative photographs of all that remains, from empty, echoing control towers to the graffiti and wall-art left by the intrepid airmen, many of whom flew to their deaths, from this remote corner of England. These airfields continue to hold a fascination for many thousands who visit the area each year in search of this aspect of our military heritage..

East Anglia Rural GuideThe "Country Living" Guide to Rural England: East Anglia ("Country Living" Rural Guides) Tour East Anglia. The guide takes the reader on a relaxed tour of East Anglia's many pleasant villages and market towns, pointing out the attractive features of its varied countryside and coastline as well as describing the region's history, heritage, culture and places of interest. The guide also provides readers with information on a carefully selected number of places to stay, eat, drink and shop.

East Anglia from AboveEast Anglia from Above (From Above S.) Tour East Anglia. An aerial view of Britain's eastern counties with castles, cathedrals, windmills and stately homes. Photographs include: Cambridge, Duxford Aerodrome, Ely Cathedral, Norwich, Norfolk Broads, Great Yarmouth, Blakeney Point, Sandringham, Newmarket, Framlingham Castle, Colchester Castle, Orford, Southwold, Wells-next-the-Sea, Maldon and Southend.

East Anglia BirdingEast Anglia (Where to Watch Birds) Tour East Anglia. East Anglia is one of the best birding regions in England. With its extensive areas of nationally scarce habitat such as the fens, reedbeds, undisturbed beaches and Breckland heath, it can be the only place to see several of England's most exciting birds. This is a guide to where to go in East Anglia to see many different species. It contains site accounts, plans, maps, lists of birds in the region and advice on planning birdwatching trips.

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