Exploring Suffolk

Woodbridge gardenI might have fallen a tiny bit in love with Suffolk. The peace and beauty of the East Anglian coast took me by surprise, and every new place we explored was just so beautiful. The fresh air, sea wind and a little sunshine were exactly what I needed.
We stayed in the beautiful small town of Woodbridge, not too far from Ipswich. I took quite a few (read 100s!) of photos…
Woodbridge Boat & MillWoodbridge was so peaceful, with footpaths out of the town along the river Deben. Old fashioned rowing boats and Dutch barges moored in the sandy harbour. There is a lovely old tide mill, which is no longer in use, but open as a living museum.

Woodbridge Mill

bird boat

Woodbridge jettyPeace and quiet and open space for Mia and Joe to explore.
little blue boatboat hutsA little boat repair workshop
boats and ducklingscafe WoodbridgeOh, and we found a little greasy-spoon style cafe where the river meets the edge of town. Coffees and bacon sandwiches, and for Mia a huge hot chocolate with marshmallows.
chalkboardWoodbridge churchWoodbridge flowersIMG_6188Evening WoodbridgeThe sunset over the marina from our upstairs balcony. Such a peaceful spot, I can’t wait to visit again soon. I have more photos to share from our Suffolk trip…Southwold, Walberswick, and Orford to come!

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