Southwold holiday cottages
The quintessential seaside resort, the Suffolk town of Southwold lies on the Suffolk Heritage Coast.
With its brightly painted beach huts, sand and shingle beach and recently restored pier, it’s no surprise that this is a popular place with holidaymakers looking to recapture a traditional seaside experience.
Complete with a mention in Doomesday Book (1086) as a fishing port, Southwold’s history is visible to all, from its Grade II listed lighthouse, operational since 1890 to its six cannon up on the appropriately named Gun Hill, which commemorate the 1672 Battle of Solebay.
Fast forward to the present and this enchanting town boasts a good number of great pubs, restaurants and tea rooms, making it a veritable year round holiday destination – with a walk along its beach just as stunning in the summer as it is in the winter.
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