A series of three country walks and a cycle ride have just been published for the prestigious Seckford Hall Hotel. All are centred on their location nestled at the end of the Fynn Valley and at the southern extremity of the Suffolk Coastal Sandling Heath environment.
The walks go along the rivers and around local villages using footpaths and quiet country lanes. With the changing seasons, there is always something different to look for in the area, from otters playing in the river to wildfowl wading in the Deben Estuary.
The cycle ride passes through Woodbridge and Sutton Hoo to the enigmatic and beautiful Shingle Street, returning via Hollesley and Sutton Commons. There is always a chance to see both basking seals and grazing deer whilst on this ride.
The walks and ride are available for free download onto smartphone from ViewRanger.com. They are also available as images on our Facebook Page.
Further walks within the estate of Seckford Hall are currently being planned, these will be based on the natural environment and history of the location. As well as one for the young at heart which is based on Enid Blyton books, as she lived her in her early life.