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Hotels in Walberswick

A small village on the Suffolk coastline across the River Blyth from Southwold, Walberswick is a popular holiday destination. Quaint tea rooms, wonderful restaurants, a couple of friendly pubs, an art gallery and many unique shops make Walberswick a fantastic place to stay for a day or longer.

Apparitions

The village is reputed to be haunted by a number of ghosts, including a phantom coach driven by a murderer named Tobias Gill who was hung in the 18th century. George Orwell is believed to have seen a ghost at Walberswick Church. Orwell said the figure was dressed like a workman and that he crossed the churchyard in front of him.

Boats, nature and beer

Walkers and nature lovers can enjoy over 1,000 acres of heath and marshland which is protected within the Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area boasts a large and varied bird habitat while the beach and marshland is extremely popular with individuals from the arts, film and media.

During the summer months a small row boat, rowed by the same family for over five generations, ferries visitors across the River Blyth to Southwold.

Once at Southwold Harbour, sample some freshly caught seafood at one of the many stalls, or grab an ice cream and stroll around looking at the many fishing boats.

You could take a trip to the Adnams Brewery and Distillery and explore behind the scenes. Discover how Adnams create award-winning beers and spirits, or get creative and have a go at making your own gin.

You can also have a boat tour organised by Coastal Voyager; there are different trips available, both up the river and out to sea.

Food and drink

There are many fine eating establishments within Walberswick and also Southwold. Plenty of establishments sell traditional fish and chips and there are some lovely tea rooms too. Try The Potter's Wheel Tea Room or The Parish Lantern Tea Room for a wonderful spot of lunch or a relaxing cuppa. Superb pub grub, local seafood and warm welcomes await in both The Bell Inn and The Anchor.

There are a number of Walberswick hotels from which to make a base to explore the village and surrounding area, so book your getaway today.

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