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

Garden Cottage, Self Catering Accommodation
Garden Cottage, Self Catering Accommodation

Our clickable location maps show lots and lots of cottages and bed and breakfasts around the Blyth Valley. Some locations are in beautiful Suffolk countryside, some in villages and some in town settings. There are detailed maps for Southwold and Walberswick which are both on the Suffolk Heritage Coast. These maps show accommodation and much additional information too.

The Blythweb Calendar publicises events open to the public which are taking place in the general area of the Blyth Valley in north-east Suffolk and occasionally also in the wider area. These events include those held in support of local and UK charities, organisations, good causes etc., which are freely publicised here, as well as other events of interest. If you would like an event added email info to mail@blythweb.net

Lots of other events to go to this month. 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!

Halesworth Airfield War Memorials
Halesworth Airfield War Memorials

Halesworth Airfield War Memorials are three beautiful memorials which stand outside the Halesworth Airfield Museum in Upper Holton, in dedication to the American Servicemen who served there in the Second World War.

This, plus other Blythweb Reports are on our Featured Reports page.

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.

Some Favourite Websites For July 2016:

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.

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.

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.

Stoneware BirdsLife-sized handmade and unique British birds, now available to buy online.

A charming unique gift or a treat for oneself. See the website to know how each one is made. Now available to buy online. Each bird is an individual creation, varying in choice from the perky wren to the plump bullfinch together with other well-loved British birds. Which will you choose?

Whitehouse BarnsWhitehouse Barns - Two skilful barn conversions superbly placed close to Southwold

A spectacular location for birds and wildlife. Well-equipped self-catering accommodation. Up to five people (+ one) at Upper Barn, up to eight (+ cot) at Lower Barn. Book both for large family gatherings-linking internal doors can be unlocked. Lower Barn may suit those with limited mobility. Dogs allowed.

The White Swan, HalesworthThe White Swan, Halesworth - Timber-framed traditional Public House

In London Road, Halesworth, close to the Market Place and St.Mary's Church. This fine timber-framed and heavily-beamed 17th century Public House offers two public rooms with a central bar and a great atmosphere. Open fireplaces, wooden settles, pool table, dartboard and live entertainment. Serving Adnams plus a good selection of beers, spirits, lagers and ciders. Car park at rear. Open all day every day from 11am. Function Room.

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.