| Beach side, village, town or rural locations - |
| Cosy cottages - |
| Golf on one of East Anglias' finest courses. - Popular all year round Thorpeness benefits from it's location, it is in an area of low rainfall and has more hours of sunshine than other parts of the UK-it rarely has to close.
Enjoy a 20% discount on Green Fees.
Our 18 hole course over gorse and heather coastal country side offers a challenge. You do need to bring a handicap certificate with you to play golf and pre book tee times at the Pro Shop....
In 2012 the EGU held the English Seniors Championship at Thorpeness and in 2013 they will host the National Seniors 60's.
| Ideal venue for seaside weddings or functions - Seating up to 120 guests with catering, bar and full wedding planning service. The experience management team can advise on a variety of menus, entertainment and the little personal touches that will make your event special.|
| Large Houses - |
| The beach - Some apartments overlook the beach, and all are only a short walk from the shore.Others overlook the tennis courts and have a sundeck or small garden.|
| The Lakeside Gardens and wildlife - Enjoy dining al fresco or a pre dinner drink in the garden.
All year round there is wildlife to see. In January a Great White Egret is an annual visitor and Herons, Swans, Geese and Ducks visit over the year. Recently Otters have been spotted particularly in the evening. Locally or on the golf course there are Red Deer, Muntjac Deer, Stoat,Rabbit and Fox, White Tailed Fish Eagle and of course many varieties of Gull.|
| The Meare - |
| Thorpeness - A unique seaside village on the Suffolk Coast close to Aldeburgh|
| Thorpeness Tennis - There are seven hard courts and in Summer two grass courts.
Tennis is free to residents with the exception of July and August when full or temporary Tennis Club membership is available.|