Why not visit?


Aldeburgh is a wonderful coastal town to visit with lovely shops, a pebble beach that goes on for miles, and fantastic restaurants, including some of the best fish & chips in the country.

Wander along the coast and visit the Aldeburgh Martello tower. Sail a model boat on the boating lake. Explore the Lifeboat centre. Visit the Meare at Thorpeness and row around the delightful little islands. But most of all eat lots of ice cream!


Situated on the North Sea coast, Southwold is a wonderful place to visit for the day. Eat fish & chips on the beach, spend time on the pier, or get your fix of shopping in the town.

The area surrounding Southwold is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Southwold itself is a jewel in the Suffolk crown.


Set on the serenely unspoilt Suffolk coast, the Georgian town of Walberswick is a sepia-tinted, English seaside dream. It’s a great place for time on the sandy beach, walking, bird watching and cycling.

There is a small ferry boat to take foot passengers across the River Blyth to Southwold Harbour (April onwards). t:01502 478712

Southwold Coastal Voyager sea and river boat trips including seal watching t:07887 525082

The angling boat Panther Charters can be chartered from Walberswick. It catches mainly cod and bass. t:07710224165 

Traditional Charter offer bespoke birdwatching tours, seal trips and wildlife tours tailored to suit your requirements – day trips or longer t:07811 469505