The charming village of Reydon is just one mile from the seaside town of Southwold. A walk over Mights Bridge will reveal Walberswick harbour to the south and your first glimpse of Southwold’s famous brightly-coloured beach huts to the north.
Steeped in quiet village charm and with access to an abundance of foot and cycle paths, you will be truly spoilt for choice as to where to explore first! The delightful Reydon woods become awash with bluebells in April and early May.
It wouldn’t be a trip to Suffolk without sipping on a pint of Adnams beer, handily supplied by The Randolph Hotel in Reydon, who also serve food and have a number of events and themed evenings.
There are two village shops, one of which will even provide bespoke hampers for your arrival. Anything from essentials such as fresh local milk and bread or a breakfast hamper full of local sausages, bacon and eggs.
There are so many reasons to chose Reydon for your Suffolk holiday, here’s our selection of charming cottages;