The Suffolk Coast
  • Thorpeness House in the Clouds

Thorpeness Named as One of Britain's Best Villages!

With it's long beach, unique architecture and the magical Meare, it's not hard to see why Thorpeness has been named as one of Britain's Best Villages by Conde Nast Traveller Start your day with a visit to the beach for a spot of kite flying or a game of stone skimming on the beach, before heading to the Meare for an hour or two of boating.

You can enjoy lunch and ice creams at one of the many cafes, before visiting the House in the Clouds to finish off a magical day...

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Things to see and do


Thorpeness Golf Club

Thorpeness Golf Club

Thorpeness

Thorpeness Golf Club is a coastal heathland course designed by famous Scottish architect James Braid and opened in 1922. It winds its way through silver birch, pine trees, gorse and purple heather. The course is 6,421 yards long and plays to a par of 70.

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Snape Maltings

Snape Maltings

Snape

Newson Garrett started malting at Snape in 1854 and the site grew to become Suffolk’s largest maltings complex. The striking complex of brick and slate buildings that he established is now Grade II listed and one of the few remaining Maltings complexes in Britain which has retained all of his buildings, spanning some 7 acres.

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