Staying in Bramfield
Welcome to Bramfield Village
Bramfield is an ideal location for a cottage holiday, easy to reach by car, just off the A12 and midway between Southwold and Aldeburgh. The village has a round tower church, unique that it is not joined to the main building. It is on a quiet road leading towards Walpole and can be part of a circular walk around the Glue Pot too. Note the crinkle-crankle wall opposite the church entrance too.
There are numerous footpaths that take you towards Wenhaston and Thorington or Walpole. You can cycle on the local roads and explore Huntingfield, Heveningham and Ubbeston inland, or to Darsham, Westleton, Dunwich and Walberswick closer to the beach.
The Queen's Head is a friendly pub with a range of local beers on offer and a changing menu, having been refurbished and reopened in September 2016. An enclosed garden at the rear makes this ideal for families. Clarke's the Butchers is a long established family business on Low Road and offers a fantastic range of meat, deli counter, groceries, papers and milk. Helpful friendly staff will find what you need or direct you to there. Many visitors pack their car boots with Clarke's quality products to take home with them... cooked ham a specialty.
North Manor Equestrian Centre is run by Valli Hayes, Bramfield born who knows her horses and ponies well. Lessons and hacks are available, children just love it!
What you need to know about Bramfield:
This friendly village is ideal for cottage holiday stays, easy to access just off the A12 after Yoxford and before Blythburgh. It's close to the coast and surrounded by attractive countryside, with dog friendly cottages to stay. Great walks from these cottages embrace ancient landscapes, character cottages and farmhouses tucked away in the Blyth Valley. The Southwold coast is a few minutes away. The best of both worlds - coast and country!
Dog friendly cottages in Bramfield:
8 Hill Cottage - 1 dog allowed
9 Hill Cottage - 1 dog allowed