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Holiday Cottages In Suffolk

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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

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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What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in suffolk.

  1. Clive

    Verified purchase

    "This was certainly the best cottage we have stayed in with any cottage hire company. The cottage itself is picture perfect and full of character and in a lovely quiet country setting with open fields to the rear. The cottage is incredibly comfortable and cosy. We used all the beds and they were all rated first class by the users! There is plenty of space in the cottage with lots of seating ( top class sofas). The kitchen has everything you need including range cooker, dishwasher, washing machine and dryer with the added benefit of large table and TV to enjoy breakfast. Plenty of outdoor seating too, weather permitting. The garden is absolutely lovely and well maintained, we could have quite easily stayed here all week without going anywhere! There are loads of great pubs close too the cottage including the pub which named Abott ale in the 1950's. Finally the owner Guy could not be more helpful , he made us all feel welcome and we felt really privileged to stay in his lovely home. Highly recommended!!"
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  2. Sarah

    Verified purchase

    "This house was lovely but we did not find it met the description on the website. The wording suggests separate reception rooms which was not the case. We like a separate room for game playing from TV watching but this was not possible. Also the house was slightly disappointing in terms of supplies and equipment. I have never been anywhere before (and we have hired big holiday houses for 12 years every Easter) where there was so little provided in terms of basic requirements for instance there were no spare toilet rolls (and most there were almost used up), washing up cloths, washing up liquid, a small number of dishwasher tablets, black bin liners etc that make the start of a stay so much easier. For a Luxury Collection house this was disappointing, not even a small pint of milk to go with the tea bags etc. The towels were also small. However it was spotlessly clean and the caretaker was very prompt in providing a key for the summer house. All the children loved the garden."
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  3. Caralyn

    Verified purchase

    "Not our cup of tea. It felt as though the cottage was owned by an elderly couple prior to being let out. The kitchen utensils were very dated and baking trays very rusty. We did not realise that the farm and cattery were right next door to the cottage and the noise of the animals was a distraction. There were people walking past the kitchen window every morning so there was a lack of privacy. We took our dogs with us and found we could not walk them on neighbouring roads as there were no pavements so our walks were not relaxed. The cottage is too remote for us as we have a dog who is car sick and therefore need to be close to shops, pubs etc. A major downside for us was the lack of quality Wi-Fi. Most of the time we were unable to get a signal for our laptop and mobile phones. We were having building work done at home which was the only reason for renting the cottage. It was therefore important that we had access to our phones in case of any problems."
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  4. Sue

    Verified purchase

    "We had a fabulous week at S17970 and were lucky to be able to take advantage of the outdoor facilities as the weather was brilliant, for the time of year.We had just a few teething issues - the ovens were so well used that markings had been rubbed off, but we managed, through trial and error, to sort out what we needed. (We understand they are due to be replaced shortly.) A flood from the bath shower added to the excitement, but was attended to, very quickly, by Phil, who maintains the house, following an emergency phone call.I was interested to note that where any previous reviews had suggested items that would be useful in the house, they had all been purchased - it is good to know that notice is taken. Our suggestion would be for a second kettle! (We took an extra with us...)The house was beautifully clean throughout, and extremely comfortable and spacious."
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  5. Chrissie

    Verified purchase

    "Well equipped house with young families in mind. Lots of trip hazards made it precarious for OAPs, although we got through the week without any mishaps. I wish I had known in advance that every duvet in the house is a 13.5 tog (not something I aspire to even in the depths of winter). Thankfully it was warm enough to sleep without duvets. Parking for 2 cars is rather tight, unless you have 2 small cars. There are now plants in the front garden which are not shown in the picture. None of these are complaints as such, just minor inconveniences which I mention to inform future holidaymakers to expect. They are certainly not meant to put anyone off this lovely holiday home and I would definitely stay there again. It was our first visit to Southwold and I very much hope it will not be our last. "
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