Your Guide to Woodbridge

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Your Guide to Woodbridge

We have written this guide for people planning to stay in Woodbridge, to help them discover all this pretty market town has to offer. To read more about ourhotel accommodation in Woodbridge, please click here.

Welcome to Woodbridge, a beautiful town on the River Deben. Combining a long and rich history with the choicest boutiques, shops, restaurants and attractions for all ages and interests, it is little surprise that Woodbridge has long been one of East Suffolk’s most desirable places to visit.

Woodbridge, a beautiful Suffolk market town, nestles on the banks of the River Deben, which stretches towards the sea. Woodbridge occupies gently undulating slopes on which ancient and modern buildings rub shoulders. Steeped with history Woodbridge has plenty of places to visit.

The Woodbridge Museum tells the history of the town with historical data stretching back 1,400 years, and the world famous Tide Mill must be visited.

Woodbridge is very interesting to walk around; it has a traditional high street with many independent shops and over one hundred specialist shops. There are plenty of places to eat and drink and you’ll always find a friendly welcome.

Take a riverside stroll along the front of the River Deben, where there is sailing, model boats, and cruising, rowing and boat builders. It is also an ideal spot to bird watch with heron, oyster catchers and curlow to name a few being regularly spotted.

From Woodbridge you can explore the joys of the surrounding county – ranging from atmospheric beaches to world famous historic sites. Some nearby attractions you will find just outside of Woodbridge is the famous Bawdsey Radar Station, Easton Farm Park, Sutton Hoo an ancient Anglo Saxon burial site and Shawsgate Vineyard.