St Mary’s Church at the top of the South end of the village is visible for miles around (especially when floodlit). Every Thursday evening between 8-9 pm you will hear the bell ringers practising.
The 14th Century Bell Inn is just 100 metres up the road from our holiday cottage. It has oak beams, a cosy open fire and offers good traditional pub food and local ales.
Kersey Mill is located just off the main road before the Kersey Village sign. It’s a Grade II* listed mill house and watermill, together with a Grade II listed converted maltings. It stands in grounds of around 16 acres on the banks of the River Brett near Hadleigh. The buildings have now been converted into a gym, hair salon, beauty rooms, art gallery, and tea room.