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Holiday Cottages in Suffolk

Suffolk may not be an obvious location for a holiday when you put it up against the giants like Cornwall or the Lake District. However, this sleepy corner of Eastern England is ideal for a break away, and the fact that it’s not overly touristy really adds to the appeal! There’s actually a lot going on in this beautiful part of the world, and as well as boasting miles of stunning coastline it’s also packed with picturesque medieval villages, some world class restaurants, and is the home of Newmarket Racecourse – the epicentre of horseracing for this part of the country.

You’ll find lots of great Suffolk holiday cottages scattered through this amazing region, so whether you’re looking for something conveniently located in the county town of Ipswich, or a rural idyll that’s perfect for a romantic getaway, you have plenty of options. Take control over your next break and experience the benefits of holiday cottages in Suffolk, from the comfy beds and roaring fires, to the amazing locations and great attractions.

Things to see on your Suffolk cottage holiday

Suffolk is very varied and includes lots of picturesque towns and villages. It even has its own stretch of coastline. This fascinating place is particularly worth visiting if you have a passion for history. Sutton Hoo, the location of the largest unearthed Saxon burial of its kind, can be found in Suffolk and is where you can experience a full-sized reconstruction of the ship’s burial chamber, visit exhibitions, and look through a window into the region’s Saxon heritage.

The county of Suffolk is also home to a number of very well preserved castles. Framlingham Castle and Orford Castle are both prime examples and are today run by English Heritage. A visit to these stunning castles is a must if you’re traveling with kids and they’re both open to visitors and include an audio tour.

As well as rolling hills, incredible historic buildings and beautiful towns and villages, Suffolk also boasts a quality coastline. The most popular beach in Suffolk is south of Claremont Pier in Lowestoft, where you’ll find lots going on, including restaurants, cafés and various amusements.

From historic hideaways to super-comfy modern properties, you’ll find some excellent holiday cottages in Suffolk, including pet friendly options, cottages with pools and cottages by the coast.

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Holiday Cottages In Suffolk To Rent

More Suffolk Cottages

Holiday Cottages in Suffolk

Suffolk may not be an obvious location for a holiday when you put it up against the giants like Cornwall or the Lake District. However, this sleepy corner of Eastern England is ideal for a break away, and the fact that it’s not overly touristy really adds to the appeal! There’s actually a lot going on in this beautiful part of the world, and as well as boasting miles of stunning coastline it’s also packed with picturesque medieval villages, some world class restaurants, and is the home of Newmarket Racecourse – the epicentre of horseracing for this part of the country.

You’ll find lots of great Suffolk holiday cottages scattered through this amazing region, so whether you’re looking for something conveniently located in the county town of Ipswich, or a rural idyll that’s perfect for a romantic getaway, you have plenty of options. Take control over your next break and experience the benefits of holiday cottages in Suffolk, from the comfy beds and roaring fires, to the amazing locations and great attractions.

Things to see on your Suffolk cottage holiday

Suffolk is very varied and includes lots of picturesque towns and villages. It even has its own stretch of coastline. This fascinating place is particularly worth visiting if you have a passion for history. Sutton Hoo, the location of the largest unearthed Saxon burial of its kind, can be found in Suffolk and is where you can experience a full-sized reconstruction of the ship’s burial chamber, visit exhibitions, and look through a window into the region’s Saxon heritage.

The county of Suffolk is also home to a number of very well preserved castles. Framlingham Castle and Orford Castle are both prime examples and are today run by English Heritage. A visit to these stunning castles is a must if you’re traveling with kids and they’re both open to visitors and include an audio tour.

As well as rolling hills, incredible historic buildings and beautiful towns and villages, Suffolk also boasts a quality coastline. The most popular beach in Suffolk is south of Claremont Pier in Lowestoft, where you’ll find lots going on, including restaurants, cafés and various amusements.

From historic hideaways to super-comfy modern properties, you’ll find some excellent holiday cottages in Suffolk, including pet friendly options, cottages with pools and cottages by the coast.

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  1. Stephen

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    "A quaint cottage of great age, S24923 is situated on a busy little road just off the market place. On entry, the living room has a couple of comfy leather settees, along with a TV set and internet access. Up a small step and on the left is the dining room, again with a small settee and dining table and chairs. There is a TV set and a rustic built in cupboard which contains the plates, bowls and other bits and pieces. Off the dining room is the kitchen, which while a little small, has all the facilities you would expect to find. There is a door in to the small back yard, where there is a patio table and chairs, a charcoal barbeque and a washing line. There is also access to the main road from the yard, which is through a wrought iron gate and a short walk under the archway. Going back towards the living room, on the left is a small room with a W.C. and a washbasin. The steep narrow stairs lead up to a quaint landing area where there are two single bedrooms, a double bedroom and the family bathroom. Off the landing area is another set of stairs leading up to the third floor where there is a computer desk, a small football table, a CRT TV set and a two seater settee. This room would be a fantastic den for younger family members. Bed linen and towels are provided which is great because that reduces the amount of bulky stuff that needs to be taken on holiday! There are a couple of pubs close by, one is just across the road and the Kings Head is down the hill on the market place. We didn't do much cooking here because as we were on holiday that includes a holiday from cooking! There are quite a few places locally that do good food and the pleasing thing is that these places are within walking distance of the cottage. There was one thing that we had to be wary of in the cottage was the many different floor levels inside. The downstairs WC has a step down and the first time I went in there I got a surprise when I found the floor was at a lower level that the floor on the entrance side! Although I thought parking was going to be an issue I was pleasantly surprised how easy it was and during our fortnight's stay we were only unable to find a space in the car park on one occasion. I took the option to buy weekly parking permits which cost me £20. This is particularly good value because the permit could also be used in other car parks along the Heritage Coast. The permits can be obtained from the Tourist Information centre in the library. We thought that S24923 represented good value for money and after weighing up all the pro's and cons we would definitely consider staying here again."
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  2. Confirmed Guest

    Verified purchase

    "This was our first experience of Glamping. We were not disappointed. The "tent" itself was like something out of Harry Potter - very spacious and comfortable inside, and terrific comfort with beds, soft mattresses, soft duvets, sofas and chairs. It was well equipped in the kitchen in terms of utensils etc, and there is a log burner oven and hob, as well as a two ring gas hob. The oven was straightforward, but it's more difficult judging the heat of the log burner hob, so we reserved this for boiling water, potatoes etc. The bedrooms are spacious with lots of storage space, and lovely soft beds. There is a small shower room with hot water - sometimes slightly erratic, and a proper flushing loo. A big dining table and chairs made family mealtimes very comfortable. Outside you have a verandah, with sofa and chairs as well as deckchairs, and a pub style bench also. I'd advise getting a firepit, with unlimited logs. The firepit was the centre of all attention from dusk, and we used it to barbecue as well. The site itself was very good. There were a total of six tents in an area of a couple of acres, so despite having neighbours you weren't really aware of them, and it felt very secluded. The Sweffling site is in a lovely location on a working farm, and the proprietor, Laura, was lovely and welcoming, and helpful in terms of places to visit etc. Do note that there is no electric supply, so when it gets dark, it is candles and lanterns. It's incredibly peaceful, and although there was 3G availability, my kids put away their phones and iPads and quickly adapted. Pack some board games - a pack of cards was the surprise huge hit with my children this holiday. Although remote you are ten minutes drive from Waitrose at Saxmundham, and a big Co-Op at Framlingham. There are beaches aplenty, and sites of interest nearby. This is probably one of the simplest holidays I've organised for me and my children for several years, but it was also the most relaxing, and enjoyable. At night, there is a quiet time from 9pm. Sitting out on the verandah, listening to the combines out in the fields, or rain on the roof, was incredibly relaxing. Mixed with a warm, roaring fire, and pitch darkness (you can see every star in the sky) and a glass of something warming (Single Malt in my case) I felt incredibly happy and recharged. I highly recommend this place, and we will almost certainly visit again."
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  3. Confirmed Guest

    Verified purchase

    "My husband and I (along with our best friends) have just returned from our first ever Glamping experience. We stayed at the Lantern & Larks site in Suffolk, and I simply couldn't recommend it more! I had arranged the 3 night stay as a surprise for my husbands birthday and on arrival we were shown our private and secluded 'Kestral' tent by the very welcoming and lovely site manager Laura who had decorated the tent with balloons and banners! The fire had been lit ready for our arrival so we instantly felt at home. The tent was extremely well equipped with all the necessary kitchen utensils. As well as the wood burning stove in which you could cook on top of or in the oven compartment, there was also 2 gas rings to use making cooking each meal a lot easier. The whole tent was furnished to a very high standard, the beds were huge and ridiculously warm and comfortable. There was a private flushing toilet as well as a (hot!) shower room. As there is no electricity a large cool box is provided to keep things cold (we couldn't believe how well this worked - although I was pleased to have brought freezer blocks from home) as well as 2 electric lanterns, however, I would recommend bring copious amounts of candles and perhaps extra lanterns as we did. The honesty shop on site is well equipped with battery packs for the lanterns and freezer packs for the fridge. You can buy all the essentials as well as fresh eggs during the right season. There was a lot of information on the local area available, Laura was also very helpful in pointing out the direction of the nearest towns... as well as the nearest pub! This was one of the most relaxing and fun long weekends away, the perfect place to go with very good friends. I cant speak highly enough of the service received as soon as I booked with Lantern & Larks and the friendly welcome received once we arrived at S43681 farm. Loved it!!"
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  4. David

    Verified purchase

    "The S17998 is set in a very secluded location, offering peaceful and relaxing accommodation, which is also family-friendly and pet-friendly. The rooms are spacious and there is a large garden which is not completely fenced-off or gated, so dogs and young children need supervision. The Wing forms part of an historic farmhouse, hence it has loads of character in the form of beams and interesting nooks and crannies. The rooms are well-appointed and comfortable, especially the super kingsize bed in the main bedroom. The sitting room furniture is tasteful, comfortable and very suited to the property. The kitchen could be a little larger, but has everything you need for a holiday. The shower in the bathroom lacks water pressure, but was not a major problem. The location could benefit from signage on the narrow lanes, since we spent some time attempting to find Vale Farmhouse - the lanes have no names. It would be so straightforward to do, and it would relieve the stress after a long journey. As is to be expected there are no local amenities such as shops, etc as this cottage is in a rural location. Since we live in a small rural village, we did not expect such amenities.Overall, The S17998 has a lot of charm in a very rural location, and is relatively close to the coast and all the attractions that this part of Suffolk can offer. Ideal for families, walkers, cyclists, nature lovers, photographers, or those just wanting a lazy, relaxing time. We highly recommend it."
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  5. Richard

    Verified purchase

    "We loved the property and we adored the garden as did our dogs and our friends grandchild. We gave it lots of attention which it was crying out for but appreciated the fruits from the orchard which the owner kindly allowed us to pick. The beds were really comfortable with the whole place being clean and we so enjoyed the welcoming music on arrival. Left alone without our dogs we'd have spent much more time in the really comfortable queen size bed. However the bathroom and to a lesser extent the kitchen need upgrading as do the furnishings in the sitting room. The shower was hopeless offering less water than you might get from a bucket with holes in and the upstairs toilet extractor fan made enough noise to wake everyone in the night without being capable of sucking anything not even a piece of toilet tissue. (Yes we tried!) The chopping boards and knives in the kitchen were bizarre being excessively big and inappropriate given the size of the kitchen itself, where the cooker had a faulty ring. The sitting room sofas and cushions were very worn and not comfortable. Overall we really liked the property, its character, it's position and the exquisite peace and we'd love to return if some of our concerns are addressed."
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