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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. Kenneth

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    "S18005 a pleasant small cottage is attached to owners house having shared patio entrance. There is a very large garden area all the way around the building which is situated in a wooded area, thriving with a variety of bird life. The majority of the garden near entrance area and to front of property is lawned and appears well maintained. There is an abundance and variety of rose bushes and archway of same has you access the garden area, unfortunately the rose bushes creating the arch have been allowed to overgrow this together with wet weather has caused them to drop and stop access by car if necessary, to offload any baggage,although the distance to were you were able to park is only a matter of 30-40 yards. Plants and foliage in a narrow soiled strip between the front of cottage and patio have also been allowed to overgrow, together with weather conditions being wet have created a influx of snails and slugs.The interior of cottage was clean, kitchen adequate, beds comfortable, bathroom having a walk in shower. Sitting room, large window area for viewing garden and surrounds, tv and reception good, the only downside is the seating, not very comfortable, a bit outdated and requires updating or replacing.Putting the above to one side, sat in the patio area and location watching the variety of bird and wild life was an experience not to be missed.Sent from my iPad"
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  2. TAYLOR

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage was in an idyllic setting with beautiful views over open fields. A very quiet and restful location with lots of garden birds and even hares in the field opposite, an absolute treat.The house itself was very comfortable and well-furnished but perhaps in need of some minor updates such as replacement of grouting in the ensuite and a new keysafe. Owners, Gordon and Nicole, were considerate and friendly hosts, who were nearby but never intrusive.Gallery cottage is well-placed for visits to so many places of interest and is not too far away from the amenities offered in Framlingham and, for food shopping, Saxmundham only 5miles away has a Waitrose and a Tesco store.We visited Framlingham and Orford castles, Minsmere, Dunwich, Aldeburgh, Snape, Southwold, Sutton Hoo and a few other interesting places. The weather was kind but even on rainy days there is so much to see and do.We would certainly return to Suffolk and unquestionably Gallery Cottage but a word of advice, avoid the dreaded jigsaw puzzle as it becomes quite addictive and there are one or two missing pieces!"
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  3. Terry

    Verified purchase

    "S18005 was situated in the most idyllic of settings with amazing wildlife on view from the panoramic sitting room and bedroom windows.Never have we been in in a more serene and peaceful location with beautiful well tended huge garden,So lovely .The owner Robert was extremely accommodating,and we were greeted on arrival with fresh fruit and a bottle of wine, a lovely gesture.Indeed he was a font of knowledge and recommended many places for us to visit whilst we were there.The cottage was well equipped and the beds were extremely comfortable,All in all we spent a very pleasant week there and we would have no hesitation in recommending this cottage."
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  4. Tim

    Verified purchase

    "I didn't feel that S18005 warranted a 4 star rating - the interior is very tired and dated and rather grubby in places. In particular there were many very old dusty cobwebs on the ceiling in the living room and other places; the kettle looked older than I do, as did the towels and the grouting in the shower was appallingly discoloured and old looking. The heating system had a mind of its own, the property was either rather cold or rather too hot with nothing in between. The entrance to the parking area is through a very low arbour and anything taller than my Mini (!) is going to have a scratched roof. Not recommended."
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  5. Terry

    Verified purchase

    "We stayed at S17979 for the month of November while our home was being refurbished it was not quite home from home but it was a close second it was very well equipped and the beds were very comfortable the owners were very obliging and they done all they could to make it a very pleasant stay for us there was a small issue with the cleanliness of the cottage which was due to the hardness of the water in the area but its hardly worth a mention and I am sure it will not spoil your stay.Overall we had a very enjoyable stay the location is very rural so if you want the quite life S17979 is the place to stay"
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