Southwold, Suffolk - Southwold was mentioned in Domesday Book as a fishing port, and, after the "capricious River Blyth withdrew from Dunwich in bringing trade to Southwold in the century", it received its town charter from Henry VII in 1489
TO: Southwold Lighthouse, Suffolk, England
Travel poster of Southwold Lighthouse, Beach & Huts, Suffolk.
Beach Huts on Southwold Beach, Suffolk. Not been to Southwold? With its Pier, light house in the town and village feel it really is a mix of town and country. It also has its own brewery, Adnams.
The Lord Nelson Inn - "The pub has a flagstone floor and the walls are covered with old photos of Southwold and naval memorabilia.
Sole Bay Inn, memories of my children on holiday,,, I will always treasure them.
The artist has swapped some of the colours, but here we are!
Summer in Southwold – Limited Edition Giclee Print. mount) x - Louise Braithwaite – Limited Edition Prints and Greetings Cards.
Swan Hotel, Southwold, Suffolk - The venue for the last time I had lunch with my Dad.
Norfolk Lighthouse and Piers, including Happisburgh, Cromer, Hunstanton, Great Yarmouth
Adnams Brewery, Southwold, UK
Totaly Outdoors: Pristine snow drifts around beach huts, Southwold
Stormy sea at Southwold ©Andrew Sharpe
#Southwold #Beach huts
Southwold Harbour on the River Blyth © Malcolm Farrow. The last rays of the setting sun bath the river in a golden light in this low tide view of Southwold harbour, seen from the Walberswick side of the River Blyth.
The Lighthouse at Southwold Suffolk England - husbands grandmothers old house from years ago.
Eve and Joe could buy fish at this stall on the way to Orfordness. Fish stall at Southwold Harbour, Suffolk