With its historic story, iconic beach huts and pier, the 670 year old Adnams brewery and plenty more character, Southwold is one of the many beautiful towns on the Suffolk coast and the East in general.
Southwold was mentioned as a fishing port in the Domesday book in 1086, recieved its town charter from Henry VII in 1489 and was devastated by fire in 1659. Today, it stands as one of the most popular and beautiful seaside towns in Britain, number 2 in the top 30 according to Rough Guides.
Did you know?
George Orwell spent time as a teenager and his thirties living with his parent's in their Southwold home. A plaque can be seen on the high street where this was.
You could own your own little piece of peace and quiet, just 11 miles away from this popular seaside town, in the equally beautiful Oulton Broad.