It's Oh So Quiet
When the nights begin to draw in and the colours start to change on the trees, a blanket of calm falls over Suffolk. With beautiful landscapes and stunning skies at sunrise, September and October are great times of the year to visit the UK's most easterly county. It is a time to enjoy Suffolk without the hustle and bustle of the summer holidaymakers.
Cosy pubs, stunning walks and a number of events are still on during September and October. In Aldeburgh, the High Tide Festival takes place, a successful theatre event who's impressive circular venue sits on Aldeburgh beach. The Grand Henham Steam Rally opens at Henham Park, where guests can enjoy a historical exhibition of vintage and classic cars, steam rollers, mini traction engines and working demonstrations of agricultural machinery. There's also the Woodbridge Shuck, a festival that brings pop-up restaurants to the historic Tide Mill with a seasonal market, Seafood Sunday and Shuck specials throughout various pubs and restaurants in the area. Suffolk also has many spas where you can enjoy days of massages, afternoon teas and a good long soak. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the silence in Suffolk this Autumn.