Southwold is an unspoilt coastal resort that is quiet and full of character - a paradise for the walker, the naturalist, the shopper and the birdwatcher! Situated on a hill that gently rises from the Blyth Valley, the town is virtually an island, being surrounded by the River Blyth to the south and Buss Creek to the north. This has resulted in limited town development, helping to retain Southwold's old world charm.
The dramatic coastline and the town's beautiful architecture make it a popular attraction throughout the year. Southwold's beach is immaculately kept and is a regular Blue Flag winner. Also to be enjoyed are Southwold's cosy pub lunches, isolated walks and an interesting selection of independent shops selling antiques, crafts and gifts, as well as a variety of art galleries, boutiques and jewellers. Southwold remains a firm holiday favourite and people come back, year after year. For more information on this lovely town see Southwold Guide
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