The Suffolk Coast is accessed easily by road, rail or seaway. And we’re not too far from London’s international airports.
From The South, take the A12 towards Ipswich. On the outskirts of Ipswich, the A12 comes to an end at the Copdock Interchange. Head right on the A14 towards Felixstowe for approximately four miles. At junction 58, continue on the A14 only if you are heading to Felixstowe. Otherwise, return to the A12 northbound for Woodbridge, Aldeburgh and Walberswick.
From The North, join the A14 towards Ipswich and Felixstowe (it serves both the M1 and A1/A1(M)). At junction 58, continue on the A14 only if you are heading to Felixstowe. Otherwise, return to the A12 for Woodbridge, Aldeburgh. If you are heading towards the north of the Suffolk Coast (Leiston, Walberswick, Southwold), you have the option of taking the A1120 ‘Tourist Route’ at junction 50 of the A14.
The Suffolk Coast is served by the East Suffolk Line. From London Liverpool Street, catch a train to Lowestoft as this will pass through Ipswich, Woodbridge, Wickham Market, Saxmundham (closest stop to Aldeburgh, Thorpeness and Leiston) and Darsham (for Walberswick and Southwold).
Trains to Felixstowe depart from Ipswich Station regularly.