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Attractions near Chestnutt Cottage

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Dunwich Heath Coastal Centre and Beach (5 Miles)*
Dunwich Heath is one of Suffolk's most important conservation areas. There are many good walks and wonderful views of the Suffolk coastline.
Africa Alive! (6 Miles)*
Africa Alive! is one of the UK's largest and most exciting wildlife attractions.
Halesworth and District Museum (7 Miles)*
The Museum was founded in 1984 and has always been in the care of volunteers. In 2000 it moved to the newly refurbished station building. Railway Heritage paid for the restoration of the station's unique movable platforms.
East Anglia Transport Museum (8 Miles)*
At Carlton Colville you will find a unique transport museum, this is the only place in the British Isles where visitors can not only view, but also ride on all three principal forms of public transport.
Beccles & District Museum (9 Miles)*
The Museum is housed in Leman House which was probably built around 1570 and was completely restored and modernised in the 1760s.
Long Shop Museum (9 Miles)*
Discover Leiston's unique history - 200 years of local, social and industrial innovation- in the Home of the Garrett Collection.
Lowestoft & East Suffolk Maritime Museum (11 Miles)*
The Museum specialises in the history of the Lowestoft fishing fleet, from early sail, to steam and through to modern diesel vessels. Methods of fishing are also recorded.
Somerleyton Hall & Gardens (12 Miles)*
Somerleyton Hall is the family home of The Hon. Hugh and Lara Crossley.
Snape Maltings Concert Hall (13 Miles)*
The Maltings at Snape, built in 19th century, was one of the largest barley maltings in East Anglia. It became uneconomic and malting stopped in 1965 and the owner leased some of the buildings to the Aldeburgh Festival.
Framlingham Castle (15 Miles)*
Framlingham is a delightful market town, near the beautiful Suffolk coast.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Chestnutt Cottage
Southwold (1 Mile)*
Southwold is a coastal Suffolk town which looks out over Sole Bay. Boasting award winning beaches and a range of interesting features it's a great place to visit.
Reydon (1 Mile)*
The village of Reydon is on the outskirts of the town of Southwold. Three roads lead to Reydon Corner, from Wangford, Wrentham and Halesworth via Blythburgh, then converging into one road which leads into Southwold.
South Cove (2 Miles)*
South Cove is a small village on the B1127 road between the villages of Wrentham and Reydon and close to the town of Southwold.
Frostenden (2 Miles)*
Wangford (2 Miles)*
Wangford is a little island of tranquillity in a mad world. The great sentinel of St. Peter and St. Paul Church stands on the site of an 1160 Cluniac priory. The village is full of 17th and 18th century listed buildings.
Walberswick (2 Miles)*
The little village of Walberswick stands on the bank of the River Blyth at the harbour mouth which can be crossed to the popular, unspoilt town of Southwold, either by walking over the Bailey Bridge or, in season, using the Foot Ferry.
Covehithe (3 Miles)*
The village of Covehithe was previously known as North Hales, in which time it was much larger than it is today due to the sea encroaching more and more each year, the extent of this can be seen with ordinance survey maps.
Blythburgh (3 Miles)*
The historical village of Blythburgh has been bisected by the busy A12 road which carries a short bridge over the River Blyth from where a panoramic view can be seen towards Southwold and Walberswick.
Wrentham (3 Miles)*
The village of Wrentham is situated on the A12 trunk road between Wangford and Kessingland with three minor roads leading off to Southwold, Covehithe and Beccles, making it a five cross road junction.
Blyford (4 Miles)*
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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