Explore the Suffolk Coast
The Suffolk coast is a breath of fresh air, with beautiful beaches of fine golden sand and rolling shingle stretching for 45 miles. And throughout the seasons, Suffolk's coastal reaches have a changing beauty to rediscover time and again. Summer brings endless days of big blue skies, flip-flops, sandcastle competitions and the laughter of children in Suffolk coastal towns such as Southwold with its award-winning pier, or on the golden sands at Lowestoft and Felixstowe. For the unique taste of Suffolk, sip a pint of Adnams' beer from the coast or eat al fresco fish and chips on the seawall at Aldeburgh.
While in Spring, the Suffolk coast is something else, a wild untamed landscape bursting with life - take invigorating walks along deserted beaches, the perfect escape to refresh the spirits. As ever there are some exceptional places to stay in our coastal towns such as The Brudenell or The White Lion in Aldeburgh.
For more coastal information, visit www.thesuffolkcoast.co.uk
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Food and Drink
Adnams have been brewing beer in Southwold for over 150 years and all around the town you can enjoy a taste of Adnams. Why not join one of the regular Brewery Tours or if you prefer shopping to beer making then the Cellar & Kitchen store has over 400 wines, with free tastings, kitchenware and Adnams beer. Around the streets of Southwold there are five individual Adnams pubs including the award-winning Lord Nelson and The Harbour Inn. More info ...
Based in Southwold, we offer more than 200 personally selected self-catering holiday cottages in idyllic locations throughout Suffolk. We've a range of styles of accommodartion. From barn conversions to character cottages and coastal gems to rural hideaways, we should have the perfect property for you. More info ...