10 things to discover in…Coggeshall

PUBLISHED: 11:33 13 February 2017 | UPDATED: 11:33 13 February 2017

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With its countryside location and charming architecture, the town of Coggeshall has much to endear it to visitors and residents. Here are ten things you might just fall in love with

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A place for lunch

West Street Vineyard

Grace Freeman, Malinda Dani, Jane Mohan, Mark Gigg, Connor Lowrey and Benny Moss

West Street Vineyard is a modern vineyard producing award-winning wines as well as a restaurant and wine school, making it a must see in Coggeshall. Wine tastings taking place every Friday and Saturday all year around, or stop for breakfast or lunch any day of the year except Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

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A place for finding a new home

W H Brown Estate Agents

Lisa Morley

W H Brown estate Agents has a local and professional team who are on hand to assist you in the sale and purchase of a property.

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A place for inspiring interiors

Little White Box Interior Designers - Home Accessories

Rebecca and Dan Read with their dog Frankie

Take inspiration from the showroom or book a free consultation. Mood boards start at £90, and you can use this as a tool to create the room yourself or opt for a fully managed project from plans to final dressing.

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A place for local produce

Blackwells Farm Produce

James Blow, Marcin Kowalski, Sarah Motion, Mark Woodyard and Neil Keeley

At Blackwells the aim is to bring to you the best of locally produced seasonal food and drink as well as its own farm produce in one convenient location.

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A place to be pampered

Ricksu Hair Salon

Sue, Barney and Hartley and Rick Wade

All of the family work in the business as hairdressers and the salon has been established in Coggeshall for 32 years, opening in 1984.

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A place for a treat

Norman’s Sweet Shop

Richard Stride

Discover a large selection of confectionary, including all our old favourites.

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A place to explore

Marks Hall Gardens and Arboretum

Members of the team

With its striking heritage landscape with an enviable collection of mature trees, woodland and leafy paths, a visit to Marks Hall is inspiring at any time of year.

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A place for finishing touches

The Curtain Exchange

Juliana Galvin

The Curtain Exchange will allow customers to take the curtains home to try before they purchase. This is an emporium of different styles of curtain interlined and made with top designers fabrics. It also stocks second hand and new made to order curtains and blinds.

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A place for dinner

The Chapel Inn

Craig Bull and Gregory Farley

This second generation, family-run pub specialises in keeping traditional cask ales which are served from the cellar. You’ll find a choice of classic pub dishes alongside restaurant quality specials at affordable prices.

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A place for a smart dressed man

Hollington Brothers

Marianne Hockley

Long established in Coggeshall, Hollingtons is a friendly family business offering a range of formal and casual clothing, footwear and accessories for men.

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