Sudbury Holiday Cottages
Lying on the banks of the River Stour in south Suffolk, close to the border with Essex, is Sudbury: a historic market town with a population of just over 13,000. Its location makes Sudbury holiday cottages a fantastic base from which to explore both counties - and perhaps even make a day trip out to the coast for some time spent by the sea.
Settled in the 8th century, Sudbury was an Anglo-Saxon market town well known for its textile industries. The wealth accumulated from this funded many of the buildings and the churches in the area, lots of which still stand proud today. Sudbury is part of Constable Country: the picturesque landscape that inspired artist John Constable. The town retains its market status with a twice-weekly market held outside St Peter’s Church, frequented by locals and visitors alike. The Church itself now acts as a community hub for events and exhibitions.
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Locations to visit near Sudbury
Suffolk boasts some beautiful locations for holiday cottages, including: