Walking Holidays in Southwold

The Creek House is ideal for group walking holidays as it can comfortably accomodate up to five couples in five bedrooms or up to nine single people (with some sharing the twin rooms).  We also offer mid week breaks from Monday to Friday out of peak season away from Southwold's busier weekends.

The Creek House is ideally situated close to Southwold and is within easy reach of beautiful countryside and coastal walks.  From the house, take a short walk up to Mights Bridge which crosses Buss Creek ( which has over 200 species of wildlife) and turn right along Buss Creek, you will be spoilt for choice as to which direction you want to take at the basin of The Creek.  You could walk across the common and along the old railway line, cross the bridge over the river and into Walberswick or go around the edge of Southwold Golf course and down to the beach and back through the town.  For those who want to walk further afield, it is possible to walk to Dunwich along the coastal path through reed beds with beautiful species of birds, across marshland and heathland and through Dunwich Forest. Whether you decide to walk from the house or drive and start your walk from another point, you will be spoilt for choice as the whole area has miles of beautiful footpaths which take in the beautiful scenery that this part of the country has to offer.

When you return to The Creek House, relax and put your feet up and take in the fabulous views from the balcony or first floor sitting room and enjoy the moment.................


A map is provided at The Creek House.

Birdwatching holidays in Southwold

The Creek House is located in a fabulous position, with it's garden backing onto open fields and beyond it, Buss Creek which has over 200 species of wildlife. It offers beautiful spacious five bedroomed accomodation and can comfortably sleep up to five couples or up to nine single people ( based on six sharing ) and is an ideal base for bird watchers to return to after exploring this beautiful area with its many and varied species of birds. The Creek House can be let out for a week's holiday or mid week or weekend breaks out of the peak season.


Wangford Reed beds were created in 1999 to provide a new breeding habitat for bittern and other wildlife.  In summer, look out for bittern, marsh harrier, heron, bearded tit, norfolk hawker, godwits, oystercatchers, teal, little egrets and kingfishers.

Reydon Wood where tawny owl, Sparrow hawk, long tailed tit, woodcock and tree creeper can be spotted.

The Creek House is also located within eight miles of RSPB minsmere and Dunwich heathland which offers some of the best birdwatching in the country www.rspb.org.uk/reserves/guide/m/minsmere