Bramfield lies in a rural location between Halesworth and the main A12 road, with a population of around 500. It is well placed for the delights of both the countryside and the Heritage Coast with Southwold just 10 miles to the west.
Most of the village has been designated as a conservation area. It is mentioned in the Domesday book of 1086, with several Bronze and Iron Age archaeological sites discovered close to the village.
St. Andrew’s church dates from the 13th Century with a separate 12th Century tower, one of the thirty-eight existing round-tower churches in Suffolk and the only detached example in the county.
The village has an award-winning pub, the Grade II Listed Queen’s Head, which includes buildings dating from the 16th Century. The village also has a United Reformed chapel, built in 1841, a primary school, village hall and a number of other local services.
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