logo Walking Britain
Home About Holidays FAQ Email MENU ☰

Timber-framed house at Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk

Walk Photo 372401

Timber-framed house at Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk

Caption - This 16th century building was once two houses and known as the Maltings. The tower of the parish church St. Mary's can be seen behind.

Walk 3724 : River Box from Stoke-by-Nayland

Photographer : Robert Edwards

Use back button to return to the photo gallery lists.

Further Information

Location Map

location map


The County of Suffolk is in the East of England. Much of the county is low lying although there are a few hills, especially in the west. Arable land predominates and contrasts with the watery landscape of The Broads in the north. A notable feature are the wide estuaries that offer a habitat for a variety of birds. The Suffolk Coast and Heaths is the only National Landscape (formerly AONB) in the county. The highest point is Great Wood Hill, near the village of Rede, which reaches 128 metres (420 ft).

Messaging & Social Media

Message Walking Britain and follow the latest news.

Facebook  Twitter

Mountain Weather

Stay safe on the mountains with detailed weather forecasts - for iOS devices or for Android devices.