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PEACOCK INN, 37 The Street, Chelsworth, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP7 7HU
Tel. 01449 743952

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This walk is at Chelsworth, a village with an abundance of thatched cottages and pink washed walls just waiting for a photograph to be taken.

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Minimum Time (in minutes): 90
Distance (in miles): 3.0
Level of Difficulty: Moderate (2 stiles)
Type of Map: Route directions only (no map)

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The pretty villages of Suffolk provide picture post card scenes for visitors to browse through and admire.

The Peacock Inn is a freehouse that changed hands in April 2010.† It serves food and at the time of writing (September 2010) it says it hopes to branch out into bed and breakfast in the not too distant future.† Do leave a comment here to let fellow pub walkers know what you thought of the pub under its new ownership.

For a potted history of Chelsworth we need look no further than the village sign that carries a plaque with the following. Edgar, king and ruler of all Britain, gave this village to his stepmother Aethelfaed in the year 962 AD. Edgar's Latin Charter (Suffolk's oldest) names the village as Ceorleswyrthe, translated as "Churl's home", and in the Anglo Saxon script describes its boundaries, still the same today. In later years the name became Chellsworth and then Chelsworth.

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