Brundish is a dispersed settlement in the heart of the "Suffolk prairie". Woodlands is a fine example of a 13th century aisled house. Tributaries to the River Alde rise here.
In 1992, a hoard of Roman coins was found near Brundish with a metal detector. There were 67 denarii, with dates ranging from the reigns of Galba to Marcus Aurelius.
The 1909 Rates book records a "tenement near Bell Inn". It seems probable that this Bell Inn isn't in Brundish, but was actually the Bell Inn at nearby Owl's Green, in Dennington parish.
Some historical information from English Heritage's National Monuments Record.