Walking, Wildlife and Beaches 

Walking

There are a variety of local walks ranging from a couple of miles to 10 or more miles. The Angles Way is located along our lane, and there are many delightful walks in and around Bungay. Linked below is a useful website for walkers:

http://www.bungay-suffolk.co.uk/activities/bigods-way.asp

RSPB Minsmere (30 minutes drive)

Was for many years the home of BBC's 'Springwatch' programme, Minsmere is a popular

nature reserve covering vast areas of reed beds, lowland heath, acid grassland, wet grassland, woodland, and shingle vegetation. The spectacular winter starling murmuration at Minsmere is a sight you won't want to miss.

Dunwich Heath and Beach

(32 minutes drive)

Maintained by the National Trust, is a treasure that sits tucked away along the Suffolk coast. It offers breathtaking landscapes of bright purple heather and a seemingly never-ending shingle beach, as well as providing residence to a variety of rare species such as the Dartford warbler, nightjar and woodlark.

Southwold Beach

(28 minutes drive)

Southwold is a 'Blue-Flag' awarded beach due to it's variety of amenities, quality, and fantastic cleanliness. It's colourful beach-huts sit over-looking the beautiful sand and shingle beach, spanning the entire length of the promenade. Southwold boasts an assortment of both luxury and high-street shops, as well as independent eateries that are all a stones-throw from the beach and famous pier.