Harleston is situated in the heart of East Anglia on the boarder of Norfolk & Suffolk and is close to the main routes between Ipswich and Norwich, the A140 and Bury St. Edmunds and Great Yarmouth, the A 143. It lies close to the beautiful River Waveney which winds its way through Norfolk and Suffolk, and is worth a visit. The area around Harleston boasts several lakes where a fishing enthusiast can be sure of a good day out – or perhaps sailing or windsurfing is more to your taste.

Norfolk & Suffolk also provide many good country walks and the Angles Way lies through Harleston on its way to Bungay and the Coast. Centrally situated to reach many of Norfolk & Suffolk’s many attractions, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft are a 40 minute drive away and Norwich, Norfolk’s busiest shopping destination which also boasts fine historic buildings and Castle is only 25 minutes drive to the north.

Harleston is also within easy reach of the Norfolk Broads, the North Norfolk Coast and the famous Suffolk seaside town of Southwald.