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Suffolk scenes: Flixton aviation museum, Maggi Hambling's scallop sculpture, Coastguard Cottages at Shingle Street, Red Deer stag at Dunwich Heath, Felixstowe Ferry to Bawdsey Quay, Metal sculpture at Capel St Andrew, across the Mere to Framlingham castle, Woodbridge Tide Mill reflected in the River Deben, Southwold Lighthouse, reedbeds at Westwood Marshes Walberswick.



Click photograph for details of self catering cottage/accommodation, Suffolk.Kingfisher and Swallows Lodges, Rumburgh Farm, Rumburgh, Suffolk (map)

Two rural lodges next to a trout lake (fishing included)
Sleeps 4 in each Lodge, no pets, no smoking, children welcome

Last updated by hand 15 July, 2014

Accommodation near the Suffolk coast or even on the beach; in the Suffolk Coasts and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; in ruralSuffolk; in a pretty village with a castle or tucked away in the English countryside. Suffolk always feels a million miles from the busy modernworld. Suffolk is a great place for cycling, walking, riding, sailing, birdwatching, British history and the arts, and fine food, or just relaxing... Owned and run in the UK by
Jill Barringer


graphic B&B, Hotel, Self Catering: Aldeburgh, Southwold, Thorpeness, Woodbridge, etc. - Coastal, Countryside and Rural Suffolk
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