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Best things to do in Walberswick

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Beach
“Walberswick – very pretty small village with a beautiful sandy beach. There are pubs (the Anchor has good food), a couple of shops, a deli and a village green.”
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Bar
“Dog friendly pub which you can combine with a visit to the seaside at Southwold. ”
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Bar
“Lovely fish & chips, great location, sitting inside the restaurant overlooking the river or in the old worldly pub, or outside on a nice day.”
9local recommendations
Seafood Restaurant
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“I love this wooden fisherman's hut down on the Harbour - serving great freshly caught and cooked fish & chips ,seafood and drinks ”
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Pub
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Bar
“The Sail Loft is a great addition, serving a mixture of traditional local dishes and more innovative cuisine from around the world. Beautiful views over the marshes make this a great place for a drink at sunset.”
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Restaurant
“Probably the best fish and chip take away in the area. there's always a queue, everything is cooked to order.”
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Route
“Great spot to watch the boats, soak up a timeless atmosphere, wander on the beach, buy super fresh fish to take home or eat lobster and chips in the Sole Bay.”
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Food
“lovely little independent shop selling tempting cakes & coffee ,wines and deli food ..”
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Cafe
“lovely for mid morning coffee or lunch during a walk across the common. Good price and views, nice décor, and a roaring fire on a cold day.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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“Ideal for food,papers etc .. its small but surprisingly well stocked .. sells logs too”
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Travel Agency
“Those seeking adventure will enjoy a Sea blast on the Coastal Voyager rib boat. See www.coastalvoyager.co.uk. They also provide, calmer, wildlife watching trips along the Blyth estuary.”
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Route
“Really great sandy beach (lovely sand dunes). Not too far from the car park. In the village is a couple of great pubs. This is THE place for crabbing with the kids. There is a ferry boat over to the North side so you can get to Southwold with a 20 mins walk.”
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Harbour / Marina
“Walking across the Common and Marshes to arrive at this former herring fishing harbour. Enjoy the atmosphere brought by visiting and local yachts. Pop in to Sole Bay Fish for lunch (a must) ”
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Cafe
“Great gift shop that has everything from cards, jewellery , hand creams, kids toys, artworks etc. And grab a coffee or an ice cream round the back of the shop. ”
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Travel Agency
“Interested in the history of lifeboats? Then you will find this museum fascinating. Kids and adults love it alike and the staff are so knowledgeable. You'll find it at the wild and windy end of the dunes near the harbour mouth and the lifeboat station.”
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