I would like to ask you for your "expert" advice: I am panning a weekend by visiting some of the most beautiful villages and towns in Suffolk from London and plan to make use of the extensive means of public transportation. As I plan to spend there 2 days I am aware that the public transportation may be highly limited at the weekends, although would be interested in your options - how would you organize this short trip? I am currently reading through some websites dealing with Suffolk topics but am a little bit confused on the various buses serving this region. First of all I plan to travel on a Friday evening to Cambridge and then spending the rest 2 days in some towns and villages as follows:
Saffron Walden, Chelsworth, Lavenham, Aldeburgh, Eye, Long Melford maybe Kersey and Stanford (I know it does not really belong to Suffolk but as am in the region, would not miss it!)
Could you pls provide me a draft where you would start the journey, how you would plan, which bs companies o make use of or simply would you skip or (maybe add?) some of the towns/villages? As i am mainly interested in traditional half-timbered houses, thatched cottages and fine medieval architecture would these above towns you would also recommend for a tourist?
Many thanks for your useful input in advance!