East Suffolk

East Suffolk is dominated by the Heritage Coast, much of which is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the area consists of picturesque market and coastal towns interspersed with a rural landscape of villages, fields and forests. Attractions include a wide range of walks and cycle routes and for bird watchers there is the renowned RSPB bird sanctuary at Minsmere, the coastal town of Aldeburgh is home to the internationally famous Music Festival with a range of concerts being held at Snape Malting complex. East Suffolk attracts visitors from all over the country with it’s pull of the sea, beaches and countryside and many return year after year.

Halford Wetmore is located in the centre of the historic coastal town of Southwold opposite the iconic Adnams Cellar and Kitchen Store. Southwold lies at the mouth of the river Blyth and is famous for it's Beach, Lighthouse, Pier, Parish Church (considered as one of the finest in Suffolk), and as the home of Adnams brewery. The town has a range of High Street shops which cater for most day to day needs and there are golfing and sailing clubs. Transport connections can be found at the main A12 road (about 4 miles) which runs directly to London and connects with the M25 and at Darsham there is a railway station with a regular service to London (Liverpool Street).