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Discovered Saffron Walden with its gorgeous market Square (markets occur Saturdays and Tuesdays), and beautiful architecture - especially it’s half timbered houses, particularly along Castle Street. Also has the largest parish church in Essex, St Mary’s, and a great common green/Park. Well worth a visit...More
Popped into the Modern Apothecary as liked the look of it. Quite rare to have a shop with body care products that are completely natural , as well as cleaning products. Reasonable prices, especially as there is a sale on at present.
The guy who...More
ive visited this restaurant quite alot & my boyfriend & i really enjoy it. the service is generally good,staff are friendly. the food is very nice,fresh & well presented. i recommend the chicken behyti & the mixed meze platter :)
Was very interested as Gluttons was in the Town a few years ago and had a very good name .
So went in in there on the first Saturday for breakfast , I ordered the Big breakfast and cappuccino.
From start to finish service really...More
On our way from London to accommodation in Suffolk I wanted to break our journey somewhere we hadn’t been before. With the M11 not far away Saffron Walden is sort of bypassed by the busy world outside. It’s not exactly a sleepy backwater, but the...More
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I enjoyed Saffron Walden with its old buildings, the tribute to HMS lapwing in front of the church, the almshouses, the market square and helpful tourist information centre. Plenty of places to eat and watch the world go by and of course places to visit...More
We were invited to join our friends for an evening meal. We were great educated with a smile and shown to our table which was a really secluded table near to the cafe in an alcove. The menu was great with a nice variety of...More
Almost located in the middle of nowhere,Saffron Walden is surprisingly nice.
It seemed like every corner we turned,there was something of interest.Beautiful little independent shops frequent the shopping area as well as main stream shopping too....plenty of excellent little cafes and tearooms are in and...More