Coggeshall Grange Barn
Just under half a mile from Paycocke's stands one of Europe's oldest timber-framed buildings.
Looked after by us, it's often described as 'cathedral like'.
The remains of a 12th-century Cistercian Abbey complex founded by King Stephen in 1140.
The monks chose this site for its peaceful surroundings and proximity to the river.
Home to a variety of village treasures including a fine collection of Coggeshall lace, this museum relies solely on the generosity of volunteers and is open every Sunday afternoon until October.
Peek from afar at the old brewery, now a private residence. With an excellent supply of water, the town has been home to a number of breweries over the years. Coggeshall was once noted for the quality of its ales.
Parish church of St Peter ad Vincula
Built in the early 15th-century and funded by wealthy wool merchants, this church is one of the largest in the area.
See if you can find Paycocke’s merchant mark within.
Feed the ducks and soak up the tranquillity surrounding the river Blackwater. There are a few wooden benches so you can enjoy a riverside picnic.
Browse the boutiques and independent shops that dot the high street. If you happen to visit on a Thursday be sure to wander around the market.