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Suffolk Secrets Suffolk Secrets
Website: http://www.suffolk-secrets.co.uk
Contact: Reservations
Address: The Old Water Tower, The Common,Southwold, Suffolk, IP18 6TB
Phone: 01502 722717
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Choose from over 400 VisitEngland assessed self-catering cottages in Southwold, Walberswick, Aldeburgh, Dunwich and across Suffolk. We're staffed by a local, knowledgeable team and look forward to welcoming you to Suffolk and our Southwold cottages!
Best of Suffolk Best of Suffolk
Website: https://www.bestofsuffolk.co.uk/
Contact: Holidays in Suffolk
Address: Lime Tree Farm, Badingham,,Woodbridge, Suffolk IP13 8LU
Phone: 01728 638962
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Visit our website for a stylish selection of over 350 premium holiday cottages. Our properties in Southwold and Walberswick and across Suffolk range in size from one bedroom to four bedrooms, some with fabulous sea views!
Golden Light Essences Golden Light Essences
Website: www.goldenlightessences.co.uk/
Contact: Pattie Staines
Address: 6 Nursery Cottages, Thorington,Halesworth, Suffolk, UK IP19 9JF
Phone: 01502 478081
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Golden Light Flower Essences can help you to open your heart and transform your life to one of love and joy. These flower essences have been created to help us to understand and transform the negative beliefs we have about ourselves, and our world.
PJN Motor Engineering PJN Motor Engineering
Website: www.pjn-motor.co.uk/
Contact: Paul Nolloth
Address: Wash Lane, Wenhaston,Halesworth
Phone: 01502 478642
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All General servicing & Repairs. Class 1,2 & 4 Motorcycle & Light Car on site MOT's. Exhausts & batteries fitted. Clutch's & Cam belts replaced.
The Southwold Railway Trust The Southwold Railway Trust
Website: www.southwoldrailway.co.uk
Contact: James Hewett
Address: 27 High Street, Southwold, ,Suffolk IP18 6AD
Phone: 01502 725422
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The Southwold Railway was a 3ft gauge line running 9 miles between Halesworth and Southwold. The Trust was formed in 1994 to keep the memory of the Railway, research, collate and add information and look into the possibility of reopening the line.
 

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