The Southwold area abounds with wildlife, including Konik ponies, a breed originating from Poland. They live on local nature reserves and in reedbeds where their grazing benefits management. This extremely hardy breed thrives where others cannot.

Blythweb – Accommodation, Business & Community guide to NE Suffolk

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

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 – October sees the start of the autumn Quiz season (8th, 26th) while live performance and cinema screenings continue at The Cut in Halesworth. There are tours at the Electric Picture Palace in Southwold (1st, 8th) and on several dates at Southwold Lighthouse. Lots of interesting talks, exhibitions and various other events throughout the month. The 2016 Halesworth Arts Festival runs from October 8th–23rd.

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!

Blythburgh Church
Blythburgh History Notes

Read a fascinating report of the intricate history of the local village of Blythburgh, famed for its large church often referred to as the "Cathederal on the Marsh", on the river Blyth between the village of Wenhaston and coastal town of Southwold.

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 October 2016:

Lavengro PressDedicated to publishing material related to George Borrow

George Borrow was a notable Norfolk-born nineteenth century author (1803-1881). The Lavengro Press was established for the purpose of publishing related material. Titles include a range of reprints and new occasional papers.

23 North ParadeLarge sea-front house at Southwold with private parking for up to four cars

With six bedrooms this traditional family house sleeps up to twelve plus a cot. Panoramic sea views from the front of the house, including from the first floor sitting room. Back garden with barbecue. WiFi. Up to two dogs accepted for extra charge.

Bloom'sComfortable Bed and Breakfast accommodation close to Southwold

B&B accommodation just for one or two, in modern farmhouse on working farm close to Southwold. WiFi. Kingsize bed in room. Exclusive use of private adjacent spacious bathroom with jacuzzi bath. Cycle Route 31 passes farm drive. Sorry, no children or pets accepted.

North Manor FarmhouseEnsuite B&B accommodation in beamed Suffolk farmhouse close to the Suffolk coast and Southwold

North Manor Farmhouse in Bramfield offers two B&B rooms, both with en-suite facilities. Guest lounge with open fire in the winter. Discount given for stay exceeding three nights. Sorry, dogs not accepted.

Avocet, Reydon HeightsSelf-catering three-bedroomed detached family house in quiet area with views to Southwold

Detached house set in own gardens facing towards Southwold over the creek that divides Southwold from Reydon. Views to Southwold and its marshland plus the landmark lighthouse, water towers and church. Own parking. WiFi. One well-behaved dog considered.