Situated on the banks of the River Deben, this much-loved Suffolk town is known for its rich history, picturesque streets, timber-framed buildings and charming architecture.

Characterised by winding lanes, adorable houses and independent shops, Woodbridge offers a delightful blend of history, natural beauty and a relaxed atmosphere that will have you returning time and time again. 


The town’s historical significance is evident through its landmarks.

Must-visit sites are the iconic Woodbridge Tide Mill, one of the oldest working tide mills in the country and St. Mary’s Church, an impressive medieval structure dominating the town’s skyline. Step back in time as you explore these living pieces of history, each with their own unique story


Woodbridge’s riverside location is one of its greatest assets.

Take a leisurely stroll along the quayside or riverside path, breathing in fresh air and admiring the panoramic views of the River Deben.  Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy a scenic boat trip or take a kayak out on the calm waters.  Elmhurst Park and Kingston Playing Fields offer delightful spots for a picnic, moment of peace and tranquility as you gaze over the water.

Despite its small size, Woodbridge has a thriving arts and culture scene.

The town is home to several galleries and studios, showcasing the works of local artists and artisans.  Be sure to visit the renowned Riverside Cinema and Seckford Theatre.  Both host a variety of performances; including movies, musicals and concerts throughout the year.



Woodbridge delights food enthusiasts with its array of dining options.

From cosy cafés to fine dining establishments, there’s something to suit every palate.  Sample delicious locally sourced seafood or indulge in traditional British fare in one of the town’s charming restaurants. For a unique experience, visit one of the local markets, where you can savour fresh produce, artisanal goods and homemade treats.

A selection of baked breads and pastries piled up.
Vegetables on display at a market.

Nature enthusiasts will find themselves in paradise.

The town is surrounded by breathtaking landscapes, including the enchanting Sutton Hoo, a National Trust site showcasing an ancient Anglo-Saxon burial ground.  Explore the surrounding countryside through the numerous walking and cycling trails, or head to Rendlesham Forest for a day of woodland exploration.

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