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Web Cam

Our live Web Cam is perched at the top of our unique  office location. We are located in a Grade II listed Old Water Tower, which is located conveniently in the heart of Southwold Common. The office Web Cam looks out over the beautiful Suffolk landscape. It is also interactive which enables you to decide which of the wonderful views of Southwold you would like to see.

Our Southwold cottages are perfectly situated close to the beach, shops and area’s attractions. Why not join us and book your break in a Southwold holiday cottage with Suffolk Secrets.

Southwold is a fantastic place for a holiday and offers beautiful walking tracks through an Area of Natural Beauty, golden beaches, an eclectic blend of High Street shops, cosy pubs and a touch of nostalgia. It has some lovely traditional buildings to admire, including the landmark lighthouse, which is in close proximity to the Adnams Brewery. The brewery offers tours to the public, but booking is essential as this is a very popular attraction in the town. Its historic Pier is certainly worth a visit with its unique and quirky character. Southwold Pier has an unusual arcade which provides amusement to both adults and children alike!

To take control of the view, simply hover over the picture with your mouse. Click `Control this Camera’ on the drop down menu (situated in the top right hand corner), to take your own personal tour of Southwold’s great sights. We’ll think you’ll agree that we are very lucky to have such lovely views from the top of our little seaside office.

**As this page includes mixed content, you may need to amend your browser settings in order to be able to view the web cam. Please follow these instructions:

Google Chrome: Click the shield icon which is located to the right-hand side of the address bar > Then, click on the option to 'Load unsafe scripts.'

Internet Explorer: When the Web Cam page loads, you will see a popup box at the bottom of your browser which says 'Only secure content is displayed.' > To the right of this there is a box which says 'Show all content.' Click this button and the Web Cam should load on your screen.

Mozilla Firefox: Click the shield icon which is located to the left-hand side of the address bar > In the popup window that appears, click the down arrow next to 'Keep Blocking' and select 'Disable protection on this page.'

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