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  Southwold - Coastal Day    
Southwold - Coastal Day
Sunday July 22nd - £24

There are few seaside towns quite so quintessentially British as Southwold. With its sandy beach and beach hut-lined promenade, Southwold offers a wonderful environment for holidays and weekends away, as well as a thriving market town atmosphere.


From the local area the Coach will head to Southwold, the dropping off point will be by the Kings Head PH, we expect to arrive approx 12 noon: There will be free time here for lunch, sightseeing and shopping. The coach will depart from Southwold at 17.00hrs:

Though its beach is postcard-perfect, there’s much more to see when you visit Southwold than buckets and spades. Firstly, food and drink are an integral part of the Southwold experience. As well as numerous delis, the town has several restaurants, cafés and award-winning pubs including The Crown, the Good Pub Guide’s ‘Best Dining Pub in Suffolk’ (2013). Southwold is also home to the world-famous Adnams Sole Bay Brewery and its award winning sister distillery, both of which are open for tours throughout the week.

Southwold’s pretty Pier is another focal point for visitors and locals. Alongside the cafés and shops are the amusements, which range from traditional two-penny pushers to Tim Hunkin’s amazing, eccentric inventions (his ‘Whack a Banker’ game is an eternal favourite).

Southwold is a charming north Suffolk seaside town on the Suffolk Heritage Coast. Almost an island, being bounded by the North Sea to the East, by the River Blyth and Southwold harbour to the South-West and by Buss Creek to the North, there is just the one road in to and out of Southwold, approached through neighbouring Reydon. Of course the sea and coastline have an enduring relationship with Southwold. The sea and the beach are there for all to enjoy with colourful beach huts and kiosks for cups of tea and beach items. Near the pier are the boating lake and the small fun golf course. For a lovely view of the seafront and the town, take a stroll along the Pier. Opened in 2001 to much acclaim, it is a testament to the skills of the many local people involved in its construction. Entertainments, exhibitions, refreshments and shops are all there. The Pier clock is definitely different - to see it in full action will surely bring a smile to your face!

Please note:
The above timings and information are subject to traffic conditions and we reserve the right to make any changes necessary without prior notification.
Coaches for our Day Trips will be in either 'Motts' or 'Crusader' Livery.


Departure DateTour RefHotelPrice (from)DaysSingle SupptAvailablePick Up Points 
Sun 22-Jul-2018WN0722B 1N/A£24.001£0.00 10+ Aston Clinton (D), Aylesbury, Bedgrove, Aylesbury, Exchange Street, Berkhamsted, Bierton, Bletchley, Chinnor, Haddenham (B), Hemel Hempstead, Leighton Buzzard (Day Trips), Linslade, Long Crendon, Northchurch, Princes Risborough, Stone Bus Stop, Thame, Thame Services, Tring, Wing    Book Now
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