Villages & Resorts in Suffolk in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... but, despite efforts from the local council to tart it up, looks pretty tatty and looks like what it is, a neglected seaside resort. - Felixstowe Ferry for fresh fish and the quaint artists' houses. - Aldeburgh, an attractive seaside town with an excellent fish and chip shop. - Dunwich, the city lost to the sea. All that remains is the Priory and a great fish cafe and nice pub. People say you can here churchbells ringing from the waves at low tide... - Walberswick, a scenic and rather upmarket little place. - Southwold has to be the most entertaining and quaint seaside towns on the coast. Eccentric amusements on the beautifully maintained ... more
Customer Villages & Resorts in Suffolk in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 30/08/09, updated on 30/08/09 (Very useful, 126 readings)
I've lived in Suffolk most of my life, so I've gotten to know a bit about it, or "aboot at" as we say round here. I'll focus on East Suffolk, which includes the coast, as otherwise this will be far too long! Suffolk is becoming far more popular as a destination, both for weekends and increasingly for longer holidays. Many people head for the Suffolk Heritage coast, and that is a good choice. Frequented by artists for many years for the wide landscapes and dramatic skies, the Suffolk Coast feels remote and unspoilt. Highlights of the coast are: - Felixstowe used to be a fashionable Edwardian resort but, despite efforts from the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/01/01, updated on 08/01/01 (Useful, 67 readings)
I come from Lowestoft in Suffolk and luckily for me, live close to the sea front. I watch thousands of people come from all over the country on holiday here. Lowestoft itself and surrounding areas offers a host of museums, parks, shops and lovely broads. Oulton Broad (a part of Lowestoft) is famed for being the end of the Norfolk Broads. You can hire a boat and go saling for the day from here. Up the coast from Lowestoft is the norfolk town of great yarmouth, a famous seaside resort. And down the coast are smaller villages of southwold, aldeburgh and saxmundham to name a few. Each town/village is a day out in itself, holidaying from the lovely ... Read the complete review
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