Things to do in Thorpeness

Steeped in folklore, a small fishing hamlet in the late 19th century

A very quirky village on the coast with a shingle beach. The village was built in the 1920s and is centred around a large boating lake called the mere which is based on the story of Peter Pan.

Places to stay in Thorpeness

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