Southwold shopping

I heart Ann Brewsters gorgeous little shop, its well worth a look It sells an array of beautiful gifts from pretty jewelry to leather bags and is also a stockist of Cath Kidston . her website is www.annbrewster.co.uk Gorgeous Joules... I know there are now Joules shops everywhere but nowhere seems more appropriate to have one than in Southwold and it deserves a mention + they have a great sale on at the min where i have just picked up a beautiful girly 50s inspires dress that I have been googling over for quite some time, knocked down from £80 to £20 (Its great when you get a bargain in Southwold.... the place where you can buy a beach hut for more than the price of a house). If your not worried about bargain hunting or if you just fancy swooning over beautiful clothes, bags and shoes then Collen & Claires is the place for you, stockists of Ugg Hunters, Mullbry and much, much more, you can easily spend a long hour or two in here and a serious amount of cash... or you can watch n wait as every now and then, they put on a fantastic sale, be quick though! After all that shopping I think a well deserved cream tea is in order and I know just the place, Hop over to Tilly's, a fab little vintage tea room fresh from the 1940s. to be continued....


Southwold cont....

Well peeps, what a Full & lovely if somewhat exhausting day. I have been visiting Southwold since I was a tiny tot, I may now live 100 miles away but I consider myself a local and so do the people in the fish & chip shop. I have always loved it here and it is a place I hold close to my heart. I normally always like to start the day with breakfast at Adnams cellar & kitchen shop, they do the best full English ever and it is such a treat, accompanied by a steaming coffee. Inside their shop they have a vast and fantastic collection of wine which my hubby can easily spend a good hour looking at before going back to his first choice... I have no room to moan, I do that with shoes. Wine prices range from £5.00 to the sky and the staff are happy to help you out. There is also everything for the kitchen except the sink. While we're still on the subject of kitchens and food the Black olive deli in the middle of the high street is a fab place for stocking up on your picnic supplies, their olive twist loaf stick is scrummy! By the looks of things there are a couple of vintage markets on this weekend so if your in the area pop down. There was a lovely little vintage fair in the village hall today selling antiques, bricabrack & craft which is there for the wknd too. Just around the corner is a real gem of an antiques shop, blink and you'd miss it, it is sign posted but its down a little alley, well worth a look, its an aladins cave of treasure! Thirsty work all this antiquing so now is about the time to nip back over the road to the crown for a nice glass of vino! To be continued...



The sun is shining again as we are getting ready for another breakfast outside. Over the course of this week we will be blogging our reviews on Southwold, its beautiful house & vintage stores & its fantastic places to eat, if your lucky I may even share with you the secret location of the best fish n chip shop ever! To be continued...
© Emma Connolly | All rights reserved.
Blog Layout Created by pipdig