This is the most unique, beautiful and tranquil place. On my most recent visit, the children went off exploring, then played tennis while we read the papers under an impossibly blue sky, surrounded by the sound of skylarks and the coconut scent of the gorse flowers. The food was delicious, fresh and well cooked using good quality locally sourced produce. We had cooked breakfasts. The homemade courgette bread was fantastic. It's a wonderful place to stop, and shelter mid way across Southwold Common on your way to the harbour, or to Walberswick. The children are kept busy with lots of outdoor and indoor games, puzzles, toys and books, and there are papers for the adults. The cafe is in a old sports pavilion, which has been beautifully preserved and carefully looked after by Anne. It's as if the clock has stopped sometime during the 1950's, but with better food. Anne looks after this place so beautifully, she deserves a medal for her services to children and stressed out parents. It is really special place with proper home cooked food, and wonderful service. I hope it never changes.