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Written by Mark

Five Great Reasons…

Five Great Reasons…

….to visit Suffolk this autumn. #1 The Weather Autumn is a great time of year in my view. The weather is still relatively mild, the sky can still suprise us with a beautiful display of colour and yes, there is a distinct chill in the air in the evenings, but that just makes for a…

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Written by Carlbscott

Flatford Mill, Constable Country

Flatford Mill, Constable Country

Ok, just about dipping our toes into Essex but it still feels like Suffolk and it’s only 20 minutes down the road from Woodfarm Barns and a real hit with many of our holiday cottage guests Flatford Mill is accessible by road and has a car park. It’s owned by the National Trust so if…

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Written by Mark

Vintage Ipswich

Vintage Ipswich

A river cruise, a walking tour and museum visit. These were the three things on our itinerary as we headed off for a day out in Ipswich, Suffolk’s county town. The weather was fine and held the promise of a relaxing day meandering around town and a calm evening out on the water. Ipswich has…

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Written by Mark

Frinton

Frinton

Frinton is a great beach for families, it has miles of safe beaches divided up with wood sea groynes to stop erosion but which give families a handy semi enclosed area for that extra bit of safety when letting their children run wild. Frinton is famous for having banned beach vendors especially ice-cream/candyfloss vendors, which…

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Written by Mark

Walberswick

Walberswick

  This is Walberswick ┬ámy favourite Suffolk beach. It is so laid back with no sign of commercialisation at all. You park just down by the quay where you can pay a man to row you across the river to the Southwold side, where all the tiny fishermen’s huts are, some of which will sell…

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