Southwold beach and town, working lighthouse, pier and beach huts. Seaside at its best.

Businesses in and around the Blyth Valley

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Businesses in and around the Blyth Valley

Services in and around the Blyth Valley

There are 48 businesses and community services listed on the map below. You can also view specific listings of businesses by category on our Business Guide area.

You can also view Bed and Breakfast or Self-catering holiday cottages on the Blyth Valley area map.

Also note that map placement of businesses may be approximate, if you intend to pay a visit to a business listed here, please first visit their website to confirm their exact location.

Some Favourite Websites For August 2021:

PJN Motor EngineeringVery high quality local sevice

PJN Motor Engineering has been established in Wenhaston for many years and is based on providing a very high quality repair and maintenance service for all car and motorcycle types. Check them out if you need a quick fix or a full overhaul!

Hetty’s Little Copy ShopA wide range of printing services - including 3D - plus passport photos and more

The Little Copy Shop is in Thoroughfare, Halesworth, and offers all sorts of useful services involving printing, laminating, scanning, binding and copying plus various photographic services including passport photos.

Campsites.co.ukA host of campsites on offer around Southwold and the Coast

Campsites.co.uk list a wide variety of camping and glamping sites throughout East Suffolk, for perfectly peaceful holidays.

North Manor FarmhouseEnsuite B&B accommodation in beamed Suffolk farmhouse close to the Suffolk coast and Southwold

Two B&B rooms, both with en-suite. Guest lounge with open fire. Discount for stay exceeding three nights. Sorry, dogs not accepted.

Thorington TheatreA fantastic new outdoor theatre featuring all types of live performances

Thorington Theatre is a new outside space built in the beautiful Suffolk woodland. It is constructed with the smallest carbon footprint possible. The site is a bomb crater from WWII, which left a natural amphitheatre.