A Suffolk beach hidden away from the busy tourist destinations has been named one of the best-kept secrets in the UK. 

Travel experts at The Telegraph have released their list of the best remote beaches in the country, with Covehithe coming among the favourites.

Located near Southwold, the newspaper described it as "one of Suffolk's best secret beaches". 

They said: "The lane to Covehithe ends abruptly at the crumbling cliff edge – a victim of the rapid erosion taking place here.

"Yet for now this remains one of Suffolk’s best secret beaches, all sand, sea and sky, awash with striking natural driftwood sculptures from the skeletons of uprooted trees.

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"Access, by foot or bike, is found along a path beside the ruin of the great medieval church of Saint Anthony."

Cottages in nearby Beccles were recommended as one place for people to stay when visting the area.