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Villages don’t come more chocolate-box than Lavenham, a pretty and perfectly preserved medieval wool town wrapped in the Suffolk countryside. Pastel-painted cottages and halftimbered houses hem a tangle of narrow streets, which seem to trickle down towards the ancient Market Place. Spend a lazy Sunday afternoon dipping in and out of tea rooms, browsing in tiny shops and soaking up its old-fashioned feel.