So if you've seen multiple variations on the spelling here, apologies, but I have no idea which one to use..
Regardless of how you spell it, it's a beautiful little village on the Suffolk coast, and the walk along the beach from Dunwich to Warbleswick is very enjoyable.
I used to visit Warbleswick as a child, where we stayed in what had been Sigmund Freud's summer house (still owned by the Freuds, I think). I remember sitting on the bridges over the little river, pulling out crabs, and trailing a net in the water while crossing on the rowboat ferry to catch starfish.
|Okay, so this isn't Dunwich or Warbleswick.|
|And that's a tasty snack.|
|The huts in Warbleswick.|
|Looking towards the village.|
|The famous ferry. He was doing brisk business.|
|Quite a tourist attraction.|
|Warbleswick has some of the highest property prices in the country apparently. All the London media types have a house there..|
|The reed marshes are very nice.|
|Come an inch closer and I'll rip your face off.|