Walberswick in Suffolk, is south of the picturesque town of Southwold. It is an ideal location to visit the Suffolk coast and heaths, an area of outstanding natural beauty, the broadland town of Beccles and the popular seaside town of Lowestoft. I can highly recommend, Fern Cottage for your holiday accommodation.
Fern Cottage Gallery
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Fern Cottage is self catering accommodation located in the centre of the village. It is a short walk from the charming beach and accommodates up to eight people. Parking is also available off road. The ground floor is open plan with a kitchen, dining area and lounge. The lounge however can be separated by sliding some double doors. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms with a family bathroom. The master bedroom has an ensuite. On the second floor are two adjoined rooms. One is a bedroom with two single beds. Adjoined is a room with a day bed that converts into two single beds.
This property situated near the beach is an ideal location for a family photo session with children.
You can find out lots more about this holiday let and the facilities available by visiting Fern Cottage.
Walberswick and Surrounding Area
Walberswick is a pretty coastal village just across the river from Southwold. It is popular for crabbing. It also has a lovely unspoiled beach of golden sand that takes you to Dunwich and beyond. I highly recommend walking in this area as there are so many different habitats with interesting wildlife to explore. The village has two excellent pubs, two tea shops and other stores. The Anchor Pub is just down the road from the Cottage.
Minsmere one of the RSPB’s premier sites is nearby and is well worth a visit.
Framlingham Castle owned by English Heritage and made famous by Ed Sheeran with “Castle On The Hill” is a short drive away. It is a super place to spend a day.
Sutton Hoo near Woodbridge is is another interesting place to visit. The site is best known for it’s Anglo-Saxon burial mounds including a magnificent ship, containing artefacts, believed to have belonged to an Anglo-Saxon king. Items found included weapons and armour, including the famous Sutton Hoo helmet. Whilst there is much to see, please don’t make the same mistake as me hoping to see the artefacts on the site. They are in the British Museum in London.
I visit Walberswick and Southwold quite frequently to walk and to take landscape photographs.