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Highlights in Southwold
- Beautiful white sandy beach
- Excellent Alfred Corry Lifeboat Museum
- Wonderful Southwold Lighthouse
- Discover Hen Reedbeds
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Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Southwold
Southwold is home to ideal holiday lettings for your holidays with all kinds of luxuries and styles. Most of the rentals are located around the town centre from where you can access adorable boutiques, cafes and pubs. Alternatively, you may decide to enjoy your holiday in one of the colourful beach huts found along the coastline of this iconic town. Also, Southwold's neighbouring towns and villages boast excellent holiday lettings. From those with avant-garde architecture to those built with traditional facades. Most of them provide beautiful scenic views, excellent amenities and above all, puts you close to some of the area's best attractions.Excellent holiday rentals for all kinds
Southwold offers a wide selection of holiday lettings that will give you a complete seaside life experience. The majority of these rentals are spacious enough to accommodate 6 people, have sea views, swimming pools, fully equipped kitchens, internet services, parking areas, and pet-friendly options. Settling on these modern and lovely decorated rentals gives you a chance to explore Southwold's beautiful coastline and its countryside surrounding including Orford, Woodbridge, and Harwich.
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The area and getting around
Southwold is a virtual island and an area of excellent natural beauty perfect for the birdwatchers and walkers. It's located on Suffolk's northeastern heritage coast. It has a fabulous selection of attractions and quintessential neighbouring towns and villages including Beccles, Reydon, Walberswick, Oulton Broad and Wrentham. Most of these neighbouring towns and villages feature pubs, cafes, attractive views, and a wonderful selection of eateries and shops, ready to give you a perfect experience during your stay in Southwold.Southwold has an offer for everyone
Without a doubt, Southwold is one of the most attractive destinations in Suffolk. History lovers will have a chance to visit The Amber Shop which is purely dedicated to amber. This is Great Britain's oldest and largest amber shop and features both modern amber and antique as well as all forms of carvings, jewellery, and arts. Park up by the sea at The Pier which boasts two cafes, three shops, and two restaurants and explore the famous water clock, quirky handmade arcade machines, and the fabulous panoramic views. Another unique place to visit is the world-famous Adnams brewery, a local brewery whose products are mostly consumed locally.
Travellers and activities
Southwold hosts excellent fine dining restaurants and cafes where foodies can enjoy a wide range of delights. One of the best restaurants to visit is the Sutherland House, where you'll enjoy delicious seafood such as seared tuna and scallops. Another great restaurant worth a visit is the Prandium of Southwold- a style dining, clean and warm place. Here, you'll be served with freshly cooked food of your choice as well as your preferred drink. If you love fish, then Mark's Fish Shop is the best cuisine to have a taste of freshly cooked fish and chips. Both are cooked traditionally using beef fat.Southwold for walking and hiking lovers
Want to explore the Suffolk coastal town of Southwold? Southwold Circular via Buss Creek and Marsh is a trail that will meet all of your walking, hiking, nature trips and birdwatching desires. Enjoy scenic views as you walk through the quiet, 3.1 miles long Southwold Harbour loop trail. Along the beach to the harbour, you'll get a chance to see the Pier, the iconic beach huts and the various types flora and fauna.
Do you know that Southwold is home to some of the most famous writers? There include Eric Blair and PD James!
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Denes is a white sandy beach perfect for a family day out. It's ideal for relaxing, swimming, building sandcastles and it's dog-friendly. This promenade colourful beach has ample parking facilities as well as fine dining establishments and pubs where you can enjoy your favourite meal or drink.2. Discover Hen Reedbeds
Visit this lovely and peaceful place to explore all sorts of wildlife. Walk through the available footpaths as you enjoy bird watching. The area has nice views over the estuary, perfect for anyone seeking to have a great time exploring Southwold's natural features.3. Take in a local performance
On your stay in Southwold, plan to visit the repertory Southwold Summer Theatre to experience the long tradition of Suffolk. The theatre runs a series of shows aiming to entertain locals as well as visitors with a mixture of thrillers, comedies, and family dramas.4. Visit Southwold Lighthouse
Being the centre of Southwold, this beautiful place is a coastal landmark for passing vessels as well as for ships sailing into Southwold Harbour. You'll meet a passionate and very knowledgeable tour guide who will walk you through the enchanting Lighthouse.5. Take a trip to Alfred Corry Lifeboat Museum
Explore the ancient buildings in this museum as you learn the story of Alfred Corry, a lady who was dedicated to saving lives during the crisis. The museum also boasts the fascinating insight of the restored Alfred Corry Lifeboat and the history of how it was built.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Southwold
Based on our data, Southwold has an average price of £223.29 per night, which is a relatively high one for a neighbourhood in the United Kingdom.Do I need to plan a trip to Southwold well in advance?
It's worthwhile if you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Southwold, as only 24% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.Are there many holiday lettings in Southwold?
Our inventory contains around 320 properties from 12 partners.