Frequent buses run through Woodton village to the historic city of Norwich (10 miles away) and to the picturesque town of Bungay (5 miles away) with its ancient castle and many antique shops. The village of Woodton is situated close to the Norfolk/Suffolk border. Many delightful places are within easy distance and can be accessed by bicycle, car or public transport.
The nearby Suffolk coastline and surrounding countryside has much to offer. Only a 30-minute drive away is the refined seaside resort of Southwold, well known for its Adnams Brewery, lighthouse and traditional colourful beach huts.
A pebbles throw away is Dunwich where you can enjoy a delicious meal of fish and chips on the beach.
A little further south is the interesting seaside town of Aldeburgh, whilst inland is the equally famous Snape Maltings acclaimed for its annual Festival of Music and Arts in June.
To the west of Suffolk is Lavenham - a beautiful town with an abundance of 14 C - 16C timber framed houses. No visitor to East Anglia should go home without visiting this picturesque town.
Our guests from the United Kingdom and Overseas return year after year a testament to our good food, comfortable accommodation and friendly hospitality. Should you wish to stay with us, Juliet and Peter Read will assure you of a warm welcome at George's House.