HIGHSTPPERS AT BLYTHVIEW - SLEEPS 4
Amazing views over the Suffolk Countryside, overlooking the water meadows of the Blyth Valley with its historic canals, Highsteppers is a 2 storey apartment in a Georgian Grade 2 Listed building, originally built as a Workhouse.
With its own designated parking spot close to the entrance and plenty of visitor parking it is an ideal location for visiting rural Suffolk.
Only 5 miles from the delightful town of Southwold on the Heritage Coast, the apartment is within easy reach of Blythburgh, Walberswick, Dunwich Heath, Minsmere (RSPB flagship nature reserve), Thorpeness, Aldeburgh, Orford, Westleton Heath, Snape Maltings, Framlingham and Orford (both having medieval castles) and is less than 30 miles from Woodbridge and Sutton Hoo.
The area is known for its artisan local food production and local farm shops that support them. Many pubs and restaurants provide quality meals incorporating local products. Adnams Brewery and Distillery in Southwold provides excellent beers, wines and spirits to the many rural inns.
The Arts are central to our way of life with music concerts, art galleries, book festivals, and much more. There are numerous walks, wonderful opportunities for birdwatching and other activities. Independent stores sell unique items of clothing, jewellery, other accessories and home ware.
PLACES TO VISIT
Suffolk is on England’s East Coast, and is home to a multitude of places to see, things to do, and experiences to remember.
There are 50 miles of coastline to explore, and you can choose to visit them between the solitude of Shingle Street or the hustle and bustle of Lowestoft.
Being an agricultural county you can also experience true “field to fork” food in many different restaurants all over Suffolk catering for all tastes and budgets.
Some suggested places to visit and experience are shown below for you.