The Suffolk Coast

Breakfast on The Suffolk Coast

If you listen to the experts they’ll say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Eating a proper breakfast will ensure you’re set up for whatever the day ahead brings. But a good breakfast is much more than that. bread-shelves-web-copyIt’s about the great local produce used, the surroundings and the excellent service too. On the Suffolk coast we’re lucky to have so many places to indulge in whatever type of breakfast takes your fancy.

Perhaps it’s something light to accompany your browsing of the papers or maybe you’re after a traditional English breakfast, with all the ingredients sourced from just a few miles away, to satisfy your taste buds.

Whatever it is you’ll be well looked after across the Suffolk Coast at delightful venues like The Ship at Dunwich. An ideal spot to start a day of walks along this beautiful stretch of coast, fortified by one of their traditional home-cooked breakfasts including Lowestoft kippers.

A little further up the coast and The Anchor at Walberswick caters for all appetites and in such a peaceful location. Hopping over the River Blyth and you have Southwold Boating Lake Tea Rooms, Southwold Pier and the Two Magpies Bakery all offering a range of breakfast options. A fantastic start to a day exploring this gem of the Suffolk Coast.

Heading inland to historical Woodbridge, you are spoilt for choice with The Cake Shop Bakery, a family run business that has been producing hand-crafted bread and cakes since 1946, and The Firestation, reported to serve the best coffee in town!

And if that isn’t enough to tingle your taste buds, how about breakfast afloat? Aboard The Lady Florence you can enjoy an American-style brunch as you cruise the Rivers Alde and Ore from the picturesque village of Orford.

The Suffolk Coast caters for all breakfast appetites – a great way to start your day!