Open ground between Metfield Road & Christmas Lane Breakfast dishes Aldeburgh beach Aldeburgh Christmas Lane, Metfield Diss Mere Duke William B&B Duke William B&B Footbridgs looking towards Willows Farm near Metfield Hunters Lane, Metfield Hunters Lane, Metfield Iken Fen at dawn Lackford Lakes RSPB Metfield Village from the crossroads on Nunns Lane & Brames Lane Sizewell beach Southwold Thorpeness Meare Christmas Lane, Metfield Mill Lane, Metfield View over the fields from Hunters Lane near Metfield Haven Nature Reserve, Aldeburgh Winks Meadow, Metfield Withersdale Road, Nr. Metfield

Local activities

There is a folder in each room with a selection of local restaurants & pubs with sample menus.

Access to public transport and taxi services are extremely limited and we recommend that any travel from should be researched before booking.

There are some lovely walks from the door and we can supply maps if you require.

Coffee Shops · Eating Out · Pubs & Breweries · Local Attractions · Walking · Bird Watching · Heritage Coast · Cycling

Just a short drive from the heritage coast there is plenty to do and see in the area.

Coffee Shops

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Eating out

There are plenty of places to eat out in the local area, below are some of our favourites!

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Pubs & Breweries

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Local Attractions

East Anglia has a rich history with plenty of sights being built throughtout the ages.

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With its beautiful countryside, Suffolk attracts many walkers.

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Bird Watching

Heritage Coast

A short drive from the heritage coast, Aldeburgh, Southwold and others.

Aldeburgh is a small seaside town on the unspoilt Suffolk Heritage Coast. In the 16th Century it was a thriving port and shipbuilding area, becoming a fishing village and seaside resort in the 19th Century. Aldeburgh provides an excellent base for those wanting a peaceful seaside holiday during which they can enjoy the miles of unspoilt shingle coastline and heath lands of this remarkable area. There are many excellent restaurants and pubs to suit all tastes and budgets - not forgetting the 'famous' Aldeburgh fish and chip shop (see above).

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Southwold is a charming north Suffolk seaside town on the Suffolk Heritage Coast. Almost an island, being bounded by the North Sea to the East, by the River Blyth and Southwold harbour to the South-West and by Buss Creek to the North, there is just the one road in to and out of Southwold. Southwold seafront with the it's pier in the distance. The town offers much of interest, but it is the sea and Southwold's links with it that make this a wonderful destination at any time of the year.

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Cycling is another great way to sample the local scenery.

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