Suffolk Holiday Cottages

Suffolk is a captivating county with a great blend of coastline, bustling towns and beautiful countryside. Suffolk holiday cottages can be found in a broad mix of locations across the county, so if you are looking to be in the thick of it or tucked away in the picturesque countryside you can find a holiday cottage that is perfect for your holiday. The many historic towns such as Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds and Woodbridge have many heritage attractions and the Suffolk coastline is one of the most dramatic in the country.

Self Catering Suffolk

There are self catering cottages dotted all over Suffolk, from Sudbury to Newmarket and they are available in all sizes. Whether you are seeking to house an entire clan or find a luxury nest just for two, you can find self catering in Suffolk to accommodate. Self catering is a great holiday accommodation option as it can often help stretch your holiday budget, and the fresh produce from the region is abundant, so having your own self catering holiday cottage means you can prepare meals, for the entire clan, or just for two, so you can have your holiday just the way you want it.

Suffolk Accommodation

There are self catering cottages dotted all over Suffolk, from Sudbury to Newmarket they come in all sizes. Whether you are seeking to house an entire clan or find a luxury love nest just for two, you can find self catering in Suffolk to accommodate. Self catering is a great way to have a holiday at your own pace, and enjoy all that the area has to offer, from local produce found at farmers markets to the many great restaurant and rural pubs in the county.

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Suffolk is blessed with some of Britain’s most beautiful coastline. The blend of wetlands, ancient heaths, sand and shingle beaches, historic fishing ports, and seaside resorts stretches for some 76 km from Lowestoft in the north to the Stour estuary in the south. Inland the flat landscape is covered in a patchwork of pastures, arable land and forest interspersed with sleepy villages and bustling market towns that are rich in culture and heritage. The region is among the most archeologically significant in the country, with ancient monasteries, castles and burial grounds, along with a wealth of museums housing artifacts from these sites.

Our Top Picks in Suffolk

We want you to enjoy the best that Suffolk has to offer and so here's a selection of our favourite things to see and do;

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Pleasurewood Hills

For a great day out with family and friends, you can’t go wrong with Pleasurewood Hills. The theme park sits on a 50-acre site near Lowestoft and is packed with attractions from thrill rides to family fun, including three rollercoasters and two logflume rides. There are also a diverse range of food outlets and a picnic area if you want to bring your own food.

Norfolk-Broads
Norfolk Broads

The long winding rivers and vast shallow lakes of the Norfolk Broads are a playground for ramblers, anglers, twitchers and people “simply messing about in boats”. Just rent a boat, get out on the water and have some fun. Along the rivers are quaint towns and villages, where you can moor to grab a bite to eat and see the local sights.

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Southwold

The coastal town of Southwold is full of rustic charm and an olde worlde way of life. Quaint and laid back, this seaside resort attracts a wide variety of visitors that come to enjoy the unique boutiques, wonderful tearooms and of course, the wares of the famed Adnams shop, inspired by the nearby Adnams brewery. The pier is a colourful and entertaining place to spend the day, and the beach is a paradise of golden sand dunes.

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