Walberswick is a pretty coastal village, with beautiful sandy beaches and miles of superb footpaths and cycle ways to explore. It is nestled amongst acres of heath and marshland, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
During the summer months, a foot ferry, run by the fifth generation of the same family, provides a quirky and swift trip across the River Blyth to Southwold. Alternatively, a bailey bridge, once the railway crossing, is just a little further along the coast.
Crabbing has become an extremely popular way of keeping children (and grown ups) amused for hours, and there are many bridges and walls from which to cast your lines! Walk through the sand dunes to find the sandy beach and stunning coastline, with views to Southwold and Dunwich.
Try The Anchor or The Bell Inn for a delicious pub lunch, or pick up some delicious produce from The Black Dog Deli for a beach picnic. You’ll also find tea rooms, a small supermarket, an art gallery, and a selection of gift shops.
Why not book a well deserved break in one of our cottages and enjoy the tranquil magic of Walberswick for yourself?