A Suffolk Scene

Those famous beach huts at Southwold in Suffolk.

Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh in Suffolk, pretty sailing boats dot the shingle shore making many a painter and photographer reach for either their brush or camera. On the coast and 20 miles (32km) from Ipswich.

Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh in Suffolk has become a centre for music lovers and poets worldwide. On the coast and 20 miles (32km) from Ipswich.

Aldeburgh in Suffolk

Aldeburgh in Suffolk, The High Street mostly Georgian is also decked out in candy colours and there are lots of interesting shops to rummage around. On the coast and 20 miles (32km) from Ipswich.

Aldeburgh Suffolk

Aldeburgh in Suffolk, fishing and boat building form part of Aldeburgh history and are still very much part of the town today. On the coast and 20 miles (32km) from Ipswich.

Bawdsey

Bawdsey in Suffolk, a small passenger and cycle ferry links to Old Felixstowe. A ferry has run from here since 1200AD interrupted only during plague, piracy or war. The ferry was for passengers only in days past their horses had to swim the river! On the coast and 11 miles (18km) from Ipswich.

Bawdsey

Bawdsey in Suffolk is sited at the end of a long road on the mouth of the river Deben, attracting the holiday visitor because of its location to the waters edge. On the coast and 11 miles (18km) from Ipswich.

Beccles

Beccles in Suffolk, a wide range of pubs, shops and restaurants are available in the town and the main shopping area which has been partly pedestrianised contains many well-known stores along side independent places. 7 miles (11km) from the coast and 33 miles (53km) from Ipswich.

Beccles

Beccles in Suffolk, the market town of Beccles is the southern-most navigable point of the Norfolk Broads situated on the Suffolk side of the Waveney Valley. 7 miles (11km) from the coast and 33 miles (53km) from Ipswich.

Blythburgh

Blythburgh in Suffolk, located on the river Blyth, a place that in medieval days had a thriving wool port. 3 miles (5km) from the coast and 26 miles (42km) from Ipswich.

Bungay

Bungay in Suffolk, lies within the Broads National Park in an area known as the Waveney Valley, it can trace its roots back to the middle ages. 13 miles (20km) from the coast and 30 miles (48km) from Ipswich.

Bury St. Edmunds

Bury St. Edmunds in Suffolk, this attractive historic market town with its old streets, buildings and Abbey has much to offer the visitor. 31 miles (50km) from the coast and 23 miles (37km) from Ipswich.

Bury St. Edmunds

Bury St. Edmunds in Suffolk, its cobbled streets ooze history, legend and folklore and the layout of the streets are still very much as an Abbot devised them back in the 11th century. 31 miles (50km) from the coast and 23 miles (37km) from Ipswich.

Cavendish

Cavendish in Suffolk, a picture postcard Suffolk village, which fits snugly into the lens of a camera, or onto a painters canvas. 29 miles (47km) from the coast and 22 miles (36km) from Ipswich.

Cavendish

Cavendish in Suffolk, the village is located in the Stour valley. 29 miles (47km) from the coast and 22 miles (36km) from Ipswich.

Chelsworth

Chelsworth in Suffolk, when you wander down the main street it is very apparent that the people in this lovely Suffolk village are very proud of their homes. 19 miles (30km) from the coast and 11 miles (18km) from Ipswich.

Chelsworth

Chelsworth in Suffolk, the river Brett flows through this chocolate box village, its course influencing where the early houses were placed. 19 miles (30km) from the coast and 11 miles (18km) from Ipswich.

Clare

Clare in Suffolk, is one of the smaller inland towns of Suffolk yet despite its diminutive size it has a great deal to offer the visitor. 31 miles (50km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Ipswich.

Debenham

Debenham in Suffolk, has many attractive timber framed buildings dating back from the 14th and 17th century lining its streets. 17 miles (28km) from the coast and 12 miles (19km) from Ipswich.

Debenham

Debenham in Suffolk, a large number of the older village houses were destroyed by fire in 1744, though the fire did not cross the road, which accounts for the varying width of the main street. 17 miles (28km) from the coast and 12 miles (19km) from Ipswich.

Dunwich

Dunwich in Suffolk, waves lap the seashore and seabirds wheel and swoop where once a village stood, old Dunwich is said to have extended another 7 miles beyond its current boundaries. On the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Ipswich.

Eye

Eye in Suffolk, has many interesting architectural houses, with interesting histories attached. 21 miles (34km) from the coast and 18 miles (29km) from Ipswich.

Felixstowe

Felixstowe in Suffolk, has four miles of beach front and a paved promenade dotted with colourful old fashioned beach huts. On the coast and 11 miles (17km) from Ipswich.

Felixstowe

Felixstowe in Suffolk, throughout the year the Spa Pavilion Theatre shows a wide variety of shows with the annual Drama Festival being held in the month of May. A Leisure Centre is located right on the seafront with a swimming pool. On the coast and 11 miles (17km) from Ipswich.

Flatford Mill

Flatford Mill in Suffolk near East Bergholt, it was here that Constable's famous picture the Hay Wain was painted. 11 miles (18km) from the coast and 8 miles (12km) from Ipswich.

Framlingham

Framlingham in Suffolk, a quintessential old market town guarded by an ancient castle. 12 miles (20km) from the coast and 14 miles (22km) from Ipswich.

Framlingham

Framlingham in Suffolk, Tudor Mary came to Framlingham Castle after the death of her brother King Edward VI. She spent the summer inside its walls waiting to hear whether she or lady Jane Grey had been declared queen. The castle is now managed by English Heritage and Suffolk Wildlife Trust have a Nature Reserve near to the Castle. 12 miles (20km) from the coast and 14 miles (22km) from Ipswich.

Framlingham

Framlingham in Suffolk, appealing streets fan out from the market square, each stuffed with old buildings, intriguing alleyways nooks and crannies. 12 miles (20km) from the coast and 14 miles (22km) from Ipswich.

Hadleigh

Hadleigh in Suffolk, overlooking the graveyard is the wonderful three storied six hundred year old Guildhall. 15 miles (25km) from the coast and 9 miles (14km) from Ipswich.

Hadleigh

Hadleigh in Suffolk, is tucked neatly into the valley of the River Brett an old wool and market town. 15 miles (25km) from the coast and 9 miles (14km) from Ipswich.

Halesworth

Halesworth in Suffolk, sits prettily in the curl of the River Blyth with a winding thoroughfare which is traffic free. 7 miles (12km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Ipswich.

Halesworth

Halesworth in Suffolk, has buildings that date from the Middle Ages as well as from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. 7 miles (12km) from the coast and 25 miles (40km) from Ipswich.

Kersey

Kersey in Suffolk, the village is without doubt very pleasing and certainly worth an amble on foot as there are just so many Elizabethan buildings to marvel at. 17 miles (27km) from the coast and 10 miles (16km) from Ipswich.

Kersey

Kersey in Suffolk, showing the famous ‘water splash’. 17 miles (27km) from the coast and 10 miles (16km) from Ipswich.

Kersey

Kersey in Suffolk, surely one of the best views of picturesque Kersey is from the 14th century parish church of St. Mary, located on one side of this lovely village high up on the hill. 17 miles (27km) from the coast and 10 miles (16km) from Ipswich.

Lavenham

Lavenham in Suffolk, said to be one of the best preserved medieval wool towns in England. 23 miles (37km) from the coast and 16 miles (25km) from Ipswich.

Lavenham

Lavenham in Suffolk, from the fourteenth to the sixteenth century Lavenham was at the forefront of cloth making in England with its Flemish weavers. 23 miles (37km) from the coast and 16 miles (25km) from Ipswich.

Lavenham

Lavenham in Suffolk with its beautiful timber framed buildings.23 miles (37km) from the coast and 16 miles (25km) from Ipswich.

Laxfield

Laxfield in Suffolk, has many timber-framed buildings as well as thatched cottages. With over fifty of them having been listed as being of historic and architectural interest. 12 miles (19km) from the coast and 19 miles (31km) from Ipswich.

Long Melford

Long Meflord in Suffolk, many of the residential houses face the 13 acre green, coming in all shapes, sizes, ages and colours. 25 miles (41km) from the coast and 19 miles (30km) from Ipswich.

Long Melford

Long Melford in Suffolk, As the name implies, Long Melford is very long with the main street stretching for a number of miles and is considered to be one of the longest high streets in East Anglia. 25 miles (41km) from the coast and 19 miles (30km) from Ipswich.

Lowestoft

Lowestoft in Suffolk, is the most easterly town in Britain and is very much a destination for those looking for a traditional English Seaside holiday. On the coast and 38 miles (61km) from Ipswich.

Melford Hall

Melford Hall in Long Melford, managed by the National Trust used to be the country retreat and deer park for the abbots of Bury St Edmunds.

Monks Eleigh

Monks Eleigh in Suffolk in the heart of Suffolk surrounded by open countryside. 20 miles (32km) from the coast and 13 miles (20km) from Ipswich.

Needham Market

Needham Market in Suffolk, lies in the Gipping Valley sandwiched between the much larger towns of Bury St. Edmunds and Ipswich. 17 miles (27km) from the coast and 8 miles (14km) from Ipswich.

Orford

Orford in Suffolk, yet another port that was eventually cut off from the sea when a large shingle spit grew across the harbour mouth. This ten mile shingle spit named Orford Ness is the largest vegetated shingle spit in Europe and a haven for wildlife. On the coast and 16 miles (26km) from Ipswich.

Orford

Orford in Suffolk, a charming seaside village with a mix of quaint cottages and elegant houses lying on the River Ore. On the coast and 16 miles (26km) from Ipswich.

Orford

Orford in Suffolk, impressive ruins of a 12th century Norman castle with a five storey Great Tower still intact, built by Henry II as a coastal defence against invaders from the sea. On the coast and 16 miles (26km) from Ipswich.

Oulton Broad

Outlon Broad in Suffolk, known as the southern gateway to the Norfolk Broads, with one of the finest yachting lakes in Britain. 2miles (3km) from the coast and 37 miles (59km) from Ipswich.

Oulton Broad

Outlon Broad in Suffolk, there is a wide variety of activities including windsurfing, rowing, sailing with amusement guaranteed for the whole family. 2miles (3km) from the coast and 37 miles (59km) from Ipswich.

Oulton Broad Suffolk

Outlon Broad in Suffolk, you can join one of the many cruises for a trip around the broad. 2miles (3km) from the coast and 37 miles (59km) from Ipswich.

Pin Mill

Pin Mill in Suffolk, on the river Orwell, where you can order your drinks from a bar without stepping onto dry land. 4 miles (6km) from the coast and 5 miles (7km) from Ipswich.

Polstead

Polstead in Suffolk, despite its small size the pretty little village of Polstead is famous for three things its cherries, its large ponds and its Victorian murder! 16 miles (26km) from the coast and 11 miles (18km) from Ipswich.

Polstead

Polstead in Suffolk, lies in wooded hilly countryside between Sudbury and Ipswich in the heart of "Constable Country". 16 miles (26km) from the coast and 11 miles (18km) from Ipswich.

Saxmundham

Saxmundham in Suffolk, a popular market town on the River Fromus. 6 miles (10km) from the coast and 18 miles (29km) from Ipswich.

Shingle Street

Shingle Street in Suffolk, with its mix of assorted cottages standing in a single row close to the seashore. On the coast and 12 miles (20km) from Ipswich.

Snape

Snape in Suffolk, located on the river Alde, a village with malthouses and granarey buildings, home to the Aldeburgh Festival held here annually. 5 miles (8km) from the coast and 17 miles (27km) from Ipswich.

Southwold

Southwold in Suffolk, is probably the best known resort on the coast of Suffolk, with its often photographed white light house and famous colourful beach huts. On the coast and 29 miles (47km) from Ipswich.

Southwold

Southwold in Suffolk, perched on cliffs, the town is almost an island as its surrounded by the River Blythe, the North Sea and Buss Creek. On the coast and 29 miles (47km) from Ipswich.

Southwold in Suffolk

Southwold in Suffolk, with its famous white light house. On the coast and 29 miles (47km) from Ipswich.

Southwold scene

Southwold in Suffolk taken from the pier. On the coast and 29 miles (47km) from Ipswich.

Southwold Suffolk

Southwold in Suffolk, a small ferry service operates (weather conditions allowing) with regular trips over to the picturesque small village of Walberswick. On the coast and 29 miles (47km) from Ipswich.

Stoke by Nayland

Stoke by Nayland in Suffolk, the village is situated on a hill in the Stour Valley close to the borders of Essex in the area known as Constable Country. 16 miles (27km) from the coast and 11 miles (19km) from Ipswich.

Stowmarket

Stowmarket in Suffolk, set in the Gipping Valley, a historic market town and the largest town in Mid-Suffolk. 20 miles (32km) from the coast and 11 miles (18km) from Ipswich.

Sudbury

Sudbury in Suffolk, located in the Stour valley an ancient market town once home to the artist Thomas Gainsborough. 24 miles (39km) from the coast and 18 miles (29km) from Ipswich.

Thorpeness

Thorpeness in Suffolk, a village created in the early 1900s, by the Scottish playwright and barrister Glencairn Stuart Ogilvie. On the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Ipswich.

Thorpeness

Thorpeness in Suffolk, a village created back in the 1900s, as the village grew a second water tower was needed, this one was disguised as a Norman tower over an arch with mock Tudor houses around it. On the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Ipswich.

Thorpeness House in Clouds

Thorpeness in Suffolk, off the main village street is a strange building known as the 'House in the Clouds'. The tower was built because the village had no mains water supply, but Ogilvie did not want an eye sore, so he disguised the water tank as a house. On the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Ipswich.

Thorpeness Suffolk

Thorpeness in Suffolk, on the Meare you can hire canoes and dinghies and traverse the shallow waters or feed the local ducks and swans. On the coast and 21 miles (34km) from Ipswich.

Walberswick

Walberswick in Suffolk, once a busy fishing port during the 15th and 16th centuries, the village boasted three churches but now there is only the one. On the coast and 28 miles (45km) from Ipswich.

Walberswick

Walberswick in Suffolk, located on the south bank of the river Blyth, a place that town attracts the summer visitor. On the coast and 28 miles (45km) from Ipswich.

Westleton

Westleton in Suffolk. located not far from the famous RSPB Reserve at Minsmere. 2 miles (4km) from the coast and 23 miles (37km) from Ipswich.

Woodbridge

Woodbrige in Suffolk, there are endless walking possibilities concentrating on the history and architecture of Woodbridge punctuated by places to stop for light refreshment 7 miles. (11km) from the coast and 7 miles (12km) from Ipswich.

Woodbridge

Woodbridge in Suffolk, the River Deben sets the mood for the wonderful country town, a place rich in historical architecture. 7 miles (11km) from the coast and 7 miles (12km) from Ipswich.

Woolpit

Woolpit in Suffolk, an unspoilt Suffolk village. (24 miles (39km) from the coast and 16 miles (26km) from Ipswich.

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