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Photo Locations near Halesworth, Suffolk?


scott1723 6 2 United Kingdom
9 Jun 2012 11:31AM
Hello - in a few weeks Im heading to Suffolk for a week and wanted to ask if anyone knew of good photo locations, or small traditional villages etc. Im planing on going to Southwold and Aldeburgh as Im staying at Halesworth. Have been to Long Melford and that area before, so looking for suggestions maybe along the coast? Nice walks, villages, towns, pubs, areas of natural beauty, that kind of thing!! Many thanks in advance!

Scott

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213hardy e2
6 578 England
9 Jun 2012 12:33PM
Have friends who live near there, and to be honest if you get out and about anywhere round there you'll find something pretty stunning. Had chat with said friends and they reckon, try Harleston, Bungay, Fressingfield, if you want a decent pint, have spent may a good night in the Buck at Rumburgh(nice village too), and for a woodland area try Dunwich Forest. But also like i said you'll find something worthwhile anywhere you go.

Hope this has helped

Den
colin beeley e2
11 1.1k 10 England
9 Jun 2012 1:43PM
keep you busy here
scott1723 6 2 United Kingdom
9 Jun 2012 4:25PM
Den & Colin - thank you so much for your suggestions - really appreciate it - cheers guys.
NEWDIGIT 3 401 United Kingdom
9 Jun 2012 4:46PM
Woodbridge for the tidemill and the surrounding harbour and marina also some interesting buildings in the town.
Everywhere along the river Deben gives oppurtunities for great locations you may also see some seals if your lucky
StuartAt e2
9 1.0k 6 England
9 Jun 2012 7:52PM
Herringfleet isn't far from there either, and beyond that the whole of the Broads!
scott1723 6 2 United Kingdom
9 Jun 2012 8:21PM
Thanks Newdigit and StuartAt !!!
Overread 6 3.8k 18 England
10 Jun 2012 12:16AM
You've also got the castle up at Framlingham and the tower (castle) at Orford to consider. If you head to Beccles you can also rent a small boat and go down the water some way in either direction (one rout can take you down the water to the Locks Inn so you can pull up and have a meal/drink).
AnglianArt 3 10 United Kingdom
10 Jun 2012 6:28PM
There's now an even better (and much cheaper) way of visiting the picturesque Geldeston Locks Inn from Beccles, with someone else doing the steering so you can stick to taking photos - just use the Big Dog Ferry !
Overread 6 3.8k 18 England
10 Jun 2012 10:16PM
But Steering yourself there (and back) is half the fun of the trip Wink

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