Southwold beach and town, working lighthouse, pier and beach huts. Seaside at its best.

Showing 7 Bed and Breakfast locations in and around the Blyth Valley

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Showing 7 Bed and Breakfast locations in and around the Blyth Valley

Services in and around the Blyth Valley

There are 7 Bed and Breakfast properties listed on the map below. You can also view these in a list form on our bed and Breakfast Listing.

You can also view Self-catering holiday cottages as well as other local businesses on the Blyth Valley area map.

Please note that map placement of addresses may be approximate, so please first visit their website to confirm their exact location.

Some Favourite Websites For August 2021:

PJN Motor EngineeringVery high quality local sevice

PJN Motor Engineering has been established in Wenhaston for many years and is based on providing a very high quality repair and maintenance service for all car and motorcycle types. Check them out if you need a quick fix or a full overhaul!

St James Village OrchardA beautifully well kept natural space cared for and maintained by the community

At the western edge of the small Suffolk village of St James South Elmham is a triangular shaped field of about one acre, bounded on two sides by Metfield Road and Common Road and known as the Greshaw Green Enclosure. The St James Village Orchard Project has transformed the enclosure into a flourishing community orchard.

Southwold Model Yacht RegattasBoating down on Southwold sea front

The Southwold Regattas are held every year on the boating lake by the pier. Events are open to all and new sailors and spectators are very welcome however new sailors should contact the committee before turning up to the event.

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

Two B&B rooms, both with en-suite. Guest lounge with open fire. Discount for stay exceeding three nights. Sorry, dogs not accepted.

Pub StopsHalesworth or Darsham Pub-Stops Guide

This web site is a light hearted attempted to travel the local rail network, from Halesworth or Darsham, stopping at fine pubs and where possible encouraging similar real ale loving folks to do likewise!