a regularly scheduled and licensed service that crosses the mouth of the Blythe River between Southwold and Walberswick on the North Sea coast of Suffolk.
As part of a fine day out at the beach, visitors can spend part of their day in the pretty beach resort town of Southwold before heading to the southernmost end of Southwold Beach (the dog-friendly end) where there's a small harbor. The boat takes about two minutes to cross to Walberswick harbor and it's then a short walk to another long, white sand, dog-friendly beach as well as two of the Suffolk Coast's nicest pubs, The Anchor and The Bell.
The ferry runs from June 1 to the end of September, whenever enough passengers show up, and costs 90 pence for human passengers or bicycles. Dogs go free.
Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.
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