A Suffolk countryside walk has been named among the best in the UK in a national survey. 

Consumer company Which? asked members to rate more than 50 of the nation's favourite walks based on factors including difficulty, accessibility, peace, and scenery. 

Flatford and Constable Trail made it onto the list with a walk score of 73% and a difficulty rating of two out of five, meaning it is among the easier walks on the list. 

The National Trust walk was rated highly as a place of interest and for its visitor facilities and also received three stars for its scenery and wildlife. 

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On the seven mile walk you can explore the picturesque Stour Valley and Dedham Vale made famous in paintings by John Constable. 

Landmarks include Flatford Mill, Willy Lott's House and the site of the Hay Wain painting. 

Dogs on leads are welcome to join the walk but the National Trust has warned the trail can be muddy alongside riverside sections of the route after wet weather.