walking holiday suffolk – walking shoes

Suffolk inspires everyone, from George Orwell who adopted the name of one of our rivers, to birds watches and nature lovers who come to see our unique landscapes.  Exploring Suffolk’s coastal villages and beaches, ancient woodlands and glorious countryside will enthrall and delight you.

Our dry climate and low lying landscape makes Suffolk a great place for walkers of all abilities and ages.  Whether you are an adventurous walker or someone who prefers a short stroll, there is a walk to suit you.

We are lucky to have some beautiful walks around our farm and there is much to take in and you can also easily extend your walk off to neighbouring villages via the footpath network which crisscrosses the landscape around us.

Some of our favourite walks include exploring the heart of Constable Country, following the river Stour from Dedham to Flatford where John Constable painted the famous Hay Wain.  Do not forget to include a stop at the Boathouse for a well earned lunch.

If you head to the Suffolk heritage coast there are great walks around Aldeburgh, Southwold and Walberswick where are your walk you can pick up some fresh fish directly from the fisherman.

The most popular activity we find our guests doing is heading out on the circular walk around our farm. It is approx. 3.5miles long and is predominantly off road, taking in the beautiful landscape and wildlife around our farm.

A popular stop off is at Hintlesham Golf Club half way around the walk for a drink or bite to eat on their big terrace with stunning views.  To make it really simple for our guests, we provide a turn-by-turn annotated map to take with them and guide them around the route.

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