Blythweb's image for April shows sunny daffodils to complement all the other signs of Spring in the Southwold area of north-east Suffolk.  Trees are greening as leaf buds swell, blossom trees are blossoming, spring flowers are flowering, birds are singing and exploring nest sites - nature is stirring! This can be a lovely time to experience the Suffolk coast and countryside. We feature a variety of accommodation, both serviced and self-catering, so come and sniff the air, and enjoy a change of scene. The Blyth Valley Suffolk, from Laxfield to Southwold

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Accommodation:
Garden Cottage, Self Catering Accommodation Our clickable location maps show lots and lots of cottages and bed and breakfasts around the Blyth Valley. Some locations are in beautiful Suffolk countryside, some in villages and some in town settings. There are detailed maps for Southwold and Walberswick which are both on the Suffolk Heritage Coast. These maps show accommodation and much additional information too.
Featured Reports:
Halesworth Airfield War Memorials Halesworth Airfield War Memorials are three beautiful memorials which stand outside the Halesworth Airfield Museum in Upper Holton, in dedication to the American Servicemen who served there in the Second World War.

This, plus other Blythweb Reports are on our Featured Reports page.
Local Events:

The Blythweb Calendar publicises events open to the public which are taking place in the general area of the Blyth Valley in north-east Suffolk and occasionally also in the wider area. These events include those held in support of local and UK charities, organisations, good causes etc., which are freely publicised here, as well as other events of interest. If you would like an event added email info to mail@blythweb.net

What's On — Southwold and area events in April notably include a talk about the Westhall Hoard (5th), a classic vehicle road run starting from Halesworth (13th), the eighth Annual High Tide Festival at Halesworth mid-month and a number of tours at Southwold Lighthouse (worth the climb up the stairs!).

Lots of other events to go to this month. See our Blythweb Calendar for more information - you can tick subject options to find just what interests you and also filter by area or organisation. Come and enjoy!


Some Favourite Websites For April 2014:

Frostenden Hall - Bed and Breakfast in a Grade II* Listed Former Manor House, with WiFi, Close to Southwold

Peacefully set within a 600-acre farm but less than five miles from the seaside town of Southwold, historic Frostenden Hall stands in mature gardens and overlooks a notable round-tower church. WiFi.

Beaufort Search Agents - Independent Property Search Agents Offering A Personal Service

Independent Search Agents located on Suffolk's beautiful Heritage Coastline. Offering a wealth of experience and expertise in all aspects of residential buying and letting property. Let our vast knowledge of the area and the East Anglia region work for you.

Wissett Lodge - Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast plus Self-Catering (all with WiFi), on Working Farm

Come and stay at Wissett Lodge near Halesworth which offers Bed and Breakfast in the spacious period farmhouse, or self-catering in the converted Victorian stables. In the farmhouse the roomy guest Bedroom combines with a large en-suite bathroom and tasty breakfast served in the Conservatory to ensure a comfortable stay (minimum two nights). WiFi. Cyclists and Walkers welcome. See website for Wissett Lodge Self-Catering holiday homes, one of which accommodates disabled/wheelchair users and holds a Visit Britain M2 Mobility Award.

Dragonfly - Dragonfly - Self-Catering Family Bungalow for Four Plus Dog (no extra charge)

Self-catering centrally-heated family bungalow situated in Reydon near Southwold, with off-road parking for two cars. Saturday - Saturday bookings. One double-bedroom and one room with bunk beds. Large enclosed rear garden which is suitable for children and dog. Secure bicycle storage.

Seabreeze Cottage - Southwold Cottage Sleeping Four

A cosy three-bedroomed cottage centrally placed in Southwold High Street, sleeping up to four. Original features. Centrally heated, linen and towels included. Rear courtyard. Free parking nearby. Sorry, pets not accepted.

8 The Terrace, Walberswick - Family House in Walberswick for Seven, with WiFi. Own Parking

An Edwardian end of terrace self-catering family house sleeping seven, centrally situated in Walberswick, with own parking for two cars plus bicycle storage. Four bedrooms, original features, well-equipped. Just minutes from beach, shop, village green and handy for both village pubs. House available all year with short breaks available out of season.

Halesworth Cycle Routes - Cycling Around Halesworth, Guided Bike Rides and Info

National Cycle Route 1 passes through the centre of Halesworth, close by the train station. Even without this important cycling link Halesworth is an excellent starting point for coast and countryside cycling in this area of north-east Suffolk being surrounded by country lanes and just ten miles from Southwold and the Suffolk coast. Lots of information on this website, including Guided Bike Rides.

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