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With its sandy beach and beach hut-lined promenade, Southwold offers a wonderful environment for holidays and weekends away, as well as a thriving market town atmosphere.


Sat at the mouth of the River Blyth, with only one road leading out, the vibrant coastal town casts an almost island-like feel. Crisp sandy beaches coated with sandcastles and umbrellas accompany the long Victorian pier on the seafront.


Things To Do!


Visit the beach and iconic beach huts!


There is plenty of parking here at the campsite, so there's no need to stress about finding a parking space beside the seaside. It's only a 10 minute walk along our footpath, so unwind and enjoy the view animals walking through the farm.



Adnams Brewery Tour


Situated at the heart of Southwold lies the Sole Bay Brewery and Copper House Distillery, where Adnams have been creating their sweet nectar since 1872. It would be hard to find a Suffolk local who does not enjoy the taste of at least one Adnams product. You could even go as far as saying that Adnams is running through our blood. Here you can enjoy both brewery and distillery tours, as well as making your own gin.




The harbour wall provides crabbing delight, or hop on the foot ferry to Walberswick, where the British Open Crabbing Championships were held. If heading over to Walberswick, we recommend stopping in at the Bell Inn.


Southwold Pier


A visit to Southwold is never complete without a trip to the 190-metre long pier, where Punch and Judy visit regularly, along with the year-round Under the Pier Show and the iconic Pier Water Clock.


The Highstreet

Visit the vibrant high street, packed with high end shops, galleries, pubs, bakeries and restaurants. Some of our favourites are Joules, Jack Wills, Crew, Cuba, Collen and Clare, Mills & Sons Family Butchers and Southwold sweet shop.

Southwold Lighthouse


The striking 31-metre lighthouse exudes the proverbial seaside character. Standing as the only operational lighthouse in Suffolk, visitors can enjoy stunning views of town and sea from the top.


Southwold Maize Maze, Old Hall Cafe


a definite favourite for our campers. A few minutes down the road, Old Hall Cafe provides a fantastic area to explore and also enjoy coffee and delicious local home cooked food. A perfect location for the kids with their new play park and the perfect chance to put your navigation skills to the test or race your way round the Maize maize


Where to Eat


Foodies can revel in a variety of eateries; however, the local fish & chips take the bait. The vast selection of fish & chips available make choosing one extremely difficult, however, we certainly have our favourites. In the town itself, The Little Fish and Chip Shop is always worth queueing for. Although, our personal preference is Sole Bay Fish Co, situated a short walk down the beach at Southwold Harbour. The Fish Co offer far more than the traditional fish & chips, offering the likes of chargrilled lobster and chips, oysters, scallops and crab. If fish isn’t your thing, there’s no better restaurant in Southwold than The Crown. Alternatively, if baked goods are your craving, Two Magpies Bakery is the best in town. You need to try their Portuguese custard tarts!


Where to Drink


Southwold is a true coastal town, where local pubs are the sought-after watering holes. Nestled underneath the lighthouse sits the Sole Bay Inn – positioned a stone’s throw from the Adnams Brewery, the beer doesn’t have to travel far. Another great local pub is the Lord Nelson, set just off the coast.


Visit Walberswick

Enjoy a unique rowing boat ferry across the harbour to the neighbouring seaside town of Walberswick. Equally as beautiful, Walberswick boasts meandering marshland walks and similarly soft, sandy beaches.

Chill out at the campsite

A stunning setting beside the sea, with a rural undertone and all amenities that you will need for a perfect holiday. The camping meadow is partially re-wilded to encourage song birds, bees and butterflies to thrive amongst holiday makers.

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