Things to do in Dunwich

A prosperous seaport during the Early Middle Ages

Dunwich used to be a thriving town a couple of hundred years ago. Now most of it has been lost to the sea due to coastal erosion and is now classified as a small village.

Dunwich has it's own museum which is well worth a visit. Dunwich is very popular with walkers as it has it's own pebble beach, forest and heathlands with miles of beautiful footpaths.

Places to stay in Dunwich

The Creek House is a beautifully renovated contemporary large detached house sleeping up to 12 people, which is located a short distance from Dunwich. It offers spacious and stylish five bedroomed accommodation with superb panoramic views across fields and Buss Creek towards the beautiful seaside town of Southwold.