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Built by Sir Cuthbert Quilter in the late 1890s, Bawdsey Manor, with its fairytale towers and spires, is set in 150 acres of historic parkland overlooking the Deben estuary. The Manor offers bed-and-breakfast, as well as facilities for weddings and functions, courses and conferences. Contact 01394 412 396. Nearby attractions are the Suffolk Sandlings, Sutton Hoo, the castles of Orford and Framlingham, and Snape Maltings.
Bawdsey Manor Gardens
The Boathouse sources freshly picked salads and vegetables direct from Bawdsey Manor Gardens. The Manorís four-acre walled kitchen garden has been restored over several years.
T-Block Museum
In 1936 Bawdsey Manor became a top-secret research establishment for the Ministry of Defence, and it was here that Sir Robert Watson Watt and his team developed radar technology. From Bawdsey a chain of radar stations ran around the south coast to defend Britain during World War II. The Transmitter Block Museum tells the story of radar, and how Bawdsey helped win the Battle of Britain. For opening call 07821 162 879
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