Staying in Walberswick

Welcome to Walberswick Village

This picture-postcard seaside village has attracted families, artists and film-makers alike for years. Wide sandy beaches, flanked by dunes and marram grass, much beloved of children and those of all ages, it is the place that adults want to return to and share those childhood memories and experiences with their own families.

Set around a small village green, Walberswick has a handful of delightful shops and two lovely old pubs. A one-man or one-woman ferry rows passengers across to Black Shore at Southwold and there are old fishermen’s huts, which sell fresh fish to take home, or visit the Sole Bay Fish Company and eat the catch of the day. Dont forget crabbing at Walberswick!

Walberswick village green © Roz Gordon Photography

Walberswick © Roz Gordon Photography

What you need to know about Walberswick and surrounds

A friendly seaside village and a great favourite for families - plenty of beach!
Great place to park the car and walk from the door to Southwold and Dunwich too.
A place you will want to return to again and again!

Properties at Walberswick:

Lorne Cottage (sleeps up to 6)

Elm Gables (sleeps 6)

May House (sleeps 8)

The Hut (sleeps 2-4)

Dog friendly properties:

Lorne Cottage (sleeps up to 6) one dog allowed by arrangement with the agent

The Hut (sleeps 2-4) one small dog allowed by arrangement with the agent

May House (sleeps 8) one dog allowed by arrangement with the agent