Southwold's model yacht pond, and the regattas held there every summer, typifies the appeal of Southwold and area for family holidays. Beach, sea, countryside and lovely Suffolk skies!

Blythweb – Accommodation, Business & Community guide to NE Suffolk

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BlythWeb - Tourism, Accommodation, Business & Community
Your guide to north-east Suffolk

Blythweb - Your guide to tourism and business around North East Suffolk

Holly Tree Cottage
Holly Tree Cottage, Self Catering Accommodation

NEW!
View our Blythweb Self Catering Custom Search facility.

Our clickable location maps show lots of Self Catering cottages and bed and breakfasts places around the Blyth Valley. Some locations are in beautiful Suffolk countryside and some in villages or a town setting. There are detailed maps for Southwold and Walberswick which are both on the Suffolk Heritage Coast.

What’s On – In July the days are long and there is plenty of opportunity - weather permitting - for great outdoors events, talks and entertainment taking place often in the cool light evenings. There is as ever a strong nautical theme with tours of Southwold Lighthouse as well as cruise ship visits to Southwold Pier and various fascinating displays on at Dunwich Museum.

There is a wide variety of countryside and wildlife events on as well, so take a look and see what you can find. See our Blythweb Calendar for more information - you can tick subject options to find just what interests you and also filter by area or organisation. Come and enjoy!

The Wenhaston Doom
The Wenhaston Doom

The Wenhaston Doom is a 16th Century panel painting depicting the Last Day of Judgment. You can read a detailed exploration and guide to the nationally recognised and important 500+ year old panel painting, which was rediscovered only 120 years ago.

This, plus other Blythweb Reports can be found on our Featured Reports page.

Spring Dawn Chorus
Bickers Heath Wenhaston

May is a wonderful time in Suffolk and the morning serenade from the birds especially so!

You can download a six minute MP3 of the Dawn Chorus recorded in the middle of Wenhaston at 4:30am on 6th of May.

Listen to the Dawn Chorus (1mb).

Some Favourite Websites For July 2016:

Hall FarmBed and Breakfast accommodation in a Grade II listed farmhouse

Two double B&B bedrooms available, one with en-suite and one with private facilities. Aga-cooked breakfast. Walkers and cyclists welcome. Bus route to Southwold passes nearby. Close to village freehouse pub with open fire.

Lamorna CottageAffordable three-bedroomed self-catering cottage in Reydon near Southwold

An end-terrace cottage with garden offering accommodation for up to five in quiet residential street. Close to village shops. 15 minutes walk to the sea. Open fire in Living Room. Radio, board games, puzzles and books but no TV. Sorry, no pets.

Iona CottageFour-bedroomed centrally-located Southwold Cottage for up to Six

A modernised four-bedroomed cottage with enclosed lawned rear garden close to St.Edmunds church in central Southwold. WiFi. Open all year with short breaks available out of high season plus low-occupancy discount for bookings of just two people out of high season.

Victoria CottageCentrally-located Southwold Cottage for Two, plus up to two dogs at no extra charge

Just minutes from Southwold's seafront, High Street, pubs and pier, this Victorian cottage has views of Southwold's iconic lighthouse from the upstairs day room and the charming rear courtyard. WiFi. Up to two well-behaved dogs welcome. Summer weeks and flexible breaks available.

Frostenden HallBed and Breakfast in a Grade II* Listed Former Manor House, with WiFi, Close to Southwold

B&B available at beautiful and historic Frostenden Hall. Standing in mature gardens and peacefully set within a 600-acre farm, yet less than five miles to the seaside town of Southwold. Full English breakfast or vegetarian option. WiFi.