Places to Visit in Suffolk
Charming market town, set in the heart of the Blyth Valley. 15th C Saxon church with tablet to Sir William Hooker & his son - who both became directors of Kew Gardens in London. The pedestrianised Throughfare offers small independent shops.
Norfolk, NR34 0
Geldeston lies on the River Waveney and is known for its historic lock, now the limit of navigation on the Broads.
Town Centre, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 0
Busy market town, set amongst rolling chalk heathland - and internationally renowned for being the historic home of horseracing.
Lowestoft South of Claremont Pier, Suffolk
Lowestoft's beach South of Claremont Pier is locally referred to as Victoria Beach. It is a fine and sandy beach enjoyed by both visitors and residents alike.
Oulton Broad, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR32 3LN
Oulton Broad is a man made expanse of tidal water. Made from peat digs in the past, it now boasts a great variety of watersports, cruises, fishing and activities.
The classic coastal resort of Southwold is certainly reflected in this sand/shingle beach, which had been a holiday and daytrip destination for generations.
Town Centre, Framlingham, Suffolk, IP13 9
Ancient market town, noted for its well-preserved 12th C. castle, built by the Bigod Family.
Town Centre, Mildenhall, Suffolk, IP28 7
Pretty, medieval town - with strong links to the US Air Force.
Aldeburgh is a quaint seaside town, unspoilt by modern times, whose predominantly shingle beach stretches for a considerable distance and shelves quite steeply to the sea.
Holbrook Road, Stutton, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP9 2RY
Water park with sailing, rowing, fishing, nature reserves and extensive walks. Visitor centre, cycle hire and catering.
Town Centre, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 1
Ancient market town - which for more than five centuries was visited by pilgrims from all over the world.
Town Centre, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 1
Set on the River Stour, this ancient market town is surrounded by water meadows.
Hadleigh, Essex, UK
"Enchanting walks take you down sheltered rides, where brimstone butterflies feed on sunny spring days and woodcock display at dusk."
Southwold, Suffolk, IP18 6
The rural beach of Southwold Denes is adjacent to the River Blyth and reflects the unique character of the classic coastal town of Southwold. The beach is secluded and peaceful, with great sand dunes, making it the ideal place for walkers.
Town Centre, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, IP15 5
Charming and fashionable seaside town, which grew from an old fishing and shipbuilding centre.
Staithe Road, Burgh St Peter, Beccles, Norfolk, NR34 0BT
Waveney River Centre is the Norfolk Broads premiere 4 star holiday park and marina. Situated on the River Waveney in the Southern Broads, this is a perfect base from which to explore Beccles and Oulton Broad by boat.
Town Centre, Leiston, Suffolk, IP16 4
Small town, whose prosperity grew in the 19th C. with the success of the Garrett engineering firm.
Sizewell is a small, traditional fishing hamlet whose beach is lengthy and open. It comprises predominantly shingle but has an added feature of a backdrop sand dunes which is quite unusual on this stretch of coastline.
Town Centre, Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 1
Historic and bustling market town.
Beccles, Suffolk, NR
Information about the historic town of Beccles, including details of the Beccles Antiques Trail and further information on the Broads Authority Visitors Centre.
Felixstowe south beach: Is situated in the heart of the seafront. It has a few beach huts and the beach is made up of sand and shingle slopes gently to the sea. It is backed by seafront gardens, and children's amusements.
Thorpeness is a curious, peaceful holiday resort developed from the early 1900's with varied, predominantly Tudor, architectural styles, Its beach comprises steeply shelving shingle, with some sand at low tide, and is relatively undisturbed
Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR33 0AP
Royal Plain is a public square on Lowestoft seafront that houses the Royal Plain Fountains - 74 individual water jets that provide the perfect attraction for children through the day and a visual spectacle in the evenings.
Haughley Park, Nr Wetherden, Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 3JY
A 17th Century brick and timber barn converted for use as a venue for weddings, meetings and other events. Approached though parkland and set in the gardens of the grade l historic house.
Church Street, Lavenham, Suffolk, CO10 9QT
England's best preserved medieval town.
Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 3NF
Rendlesham Forest Centre is the main recreation area for the Sandlings Forests. The play equipment and cycle park will give you a fun Forest Experience!