|Distance:||4 miles (6.4 km)|
|Meets:||A12, B1126, B1127, unclassified|
|Route outline (key)|
The A1095 is a short A-road in east Suffolk. Originally the eastern end of the B1123 it gained it current number in the late 1920s.
The road starts at a sharply angled junction on the A12 just to the north of Blythburgh. The road then heads east, with the estuary of the River Blyth to the south albeit invisible from the road. We bear left to cross the River Wang, which is tidal to the right of the road, then continue east once more on higher land away from the coastal marshes.
After passing the independent St Felix School the road enters Reydon, where it meets the B1126 and B1127 in quick succession. The Buss Creek, an inlet of the Blyth, is crossed and the road enters Southwold. It runs along the High Street before ending without ceremony at the market square. The unclassified road ahead, Queen Street, runs within sight of the sea before continuing on to the River Blyth and the ferry to Walberswick and the B1387; this was originally a vehicle ferry but has been pedestrian-only for many years.