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  • The area around Blythburgh and Bulcamp near Southwold on the Suffolk Coast.
    and birdhides in the nearby Hen Marshes Aldeburgh 13 miles The home of the composer Benjamin Britten Aldeburgh is a popular elegant seaside family resort with many working fishing boats pulled up on the shingle fresh fish to be bought and renowned fish and chip shops Minsmere RSPB Bird Sanctuary 8 miles The showcase of the RSPB Bitterns Marsh Harriers Avocets Godwits and even an occasional Spoonbill can be seen The Sandlings and Dunwich Heath 8 miles The Sandlings are an area of lowland heath of international importance with reed beds mudflats low crumbling cliffs shingle beaches peaceful woodlands rough grazing and salt marshes Dunwich Heath is an important National Trust Nature Reserve where night jars are often heard Snape Maltings 14 miles The home of the world famous Aldeburgh Festival of Music this is also a most beautiful site with spectacular views over the reed beds and the River Alde Ipswich Norwich and Felixstowe are 30 35 miles away Lowestoft is about ten miles Great Yarmouth 20 The Norfolk Broads start about 10 miles away at the pleasant towns of Bungay and Beccles Other places of particular interest in the area include Sutton Hoo and restored tidemill at Woodbridge 20 miles The Church within a church at Covehithe Working windmill at Thorpeness Orford and Framlingham Castles Shopping There are good individual shops in Southwold and Halesworth and many interesting shops nearby There are farmshops farmers markets and many roadside stalls selling fresh local produce Local fish is excellent and there is a small market in Southwold on Monday and Thursday Adnams beer and wine Restaurants there are many excellent pubs and restaurants in the area at all prices For a special celebration we receommend the Crown and the Swan in Southwold the Queens Head at Bramfield or the Anchor

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  • Notes about the facilities at Whitehouse Barns for people with mobility problems.
    visit that they were having the best winter holiday they had ever had We are pleased to be now offering a reduction of 10 in bookings for Lower Barn for registered disabled visitors with mobility problems Whitehouse Barns are set in a very peaceful location in two acres of land with large windows in all directions looking out onto spectacular views which change with the time of day Wonderful bird watching the ebb and flow of the tide in the estuary fine sunsets waving meadow grasses and sheep cows and rabbits can all be enjoyed from an armchair Lower Barn has one double bedroom bathroom with shower over the bath extra wc with relatively easy access and grab rail and kitchen dining sitting room all on the same level Other bedrooms have stairs to them Upper Barn has three steps between the main living area and the double and single bedrooms bathroom and wc There is parking available immediately in front of the barns with a short gradual slope from parking area to front door We have a ramp to the front door and a swivel seat for the bath both of which are available on request The barns are

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  • Whitehouse Barns self catering holiday cottages near Southwold in Suffolk are perfect for family holidays with plenty of space for children to play safely.
    beaches only four miles away Southwold is generally considered to be a very safe town for children Children love the upper rooms in the barns We have a selection of books and games and there is a spacious playbarn in the grounds with new OMIT tabletennis and tablefootball tables toddler toys etc and swings outside There is a fenced ditch on one side of the land and a raised dyke

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  • Birdwatching notes for Whitehouse Barns near Southwold in Suffolk.
    of international significance a Special Protection Area AND a Special Area for Conservation as well as being part of the Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Few areas carry higher designations for wildlife We are only about 10 miles from Minsmere but many visitors say they see an even wider selection of birds from the windows of Whitehouse Barns although we don t have bitterns they do nest on the Hen Reedbeds which are close by Our neighbour is a very serious birdwatcher as are many of our regular guests who come again and again We also have a good selection of bird books on the shelves Resident birds include a large flock of avocets egrets woodpeckers owls and waders with marsh harriers kestrels and black pheasants as regular visitors Here is a selection of bird logs written in our visitors book April 2005 shelduck curlew blacktailed godwit black headed gulls oyster catchers kestrel marsh harrier dunlin 15th to 22nd July 2005 stoats rabbits female partridge and family 2 little egrets tawny owl 3 green woodpeckers oyster catchers lapwing 4 Egyptian geese little owl barn owl flock of starlings marsh harrier grey heron gold finches cormorants shellduck

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  • Availability for Whitehouse Barns
    2016 S M T W T F S 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Lower Barn Availability February 2016 S M T W T F S 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

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  • Availability for Whitehouse Barns
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  • Availability for Whitehouse Barns
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  • Availability for Whitehouse Barns
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