You’ll find a fantastic range of places to stay, things to do and places to go in the holiday guide for 2011, available to download here .
In our guide you can discover some of the best hotel, bed and breakfast and self-catering accommodation available along the Suffolk Coast.
From coastal and forest walks to discovering our Saxon history at Sutton Hoo to the best places to sample our local produce, we also highlight a range of activities for anyone thinking about visiting our Heritage Coast, whatever kind of break they are looking for.
From beach sculpture by Maggi Hambling, Art on the Prom in Felixstowe to the famous Latitude Festival and Theatre in the Forest, there’s a fantastic range of Arts available to young and old here on the Suffolk Coast.
Suffolk has a vast and varied range of countryside just waiting for you to come and discover. The Suffolk Coast, a designated AONB, is lucky enough to boast one of the RSPB’s most famous nature reserves at Minsmere and a variety of designated areas of natural beauty for visitors to experience.
Sand, shingle or pebbled; you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to beaches here in Suffolk. Southwold with its iconic beach huts, Felixstowe with its Victorian promenade, Walberswick with its inlets (venue of the famous annual Crabbing Championships) and Aldeburgh with its famous fishing boats are ready and waiting for you to come and enjoy.
Sports and leisure
Horse riding, walking, golf, sailing and canoeing are just a few of the activities on offer.
Food and Drink
Great food is in abundance here in Suffolk. From superb fresh fish and shellfish straight from the quayside, to delicious rare breed pork, from tiny micro breweries to local smokehouses, vineyards and fruit growers, our locally produced food is among the best in the world.
You can order your guide by clicking on the 2011 Holiday Brochure on the homepage and filling in your details. Alternatively, you can visit the Suffolk Coastal website here to download it in pdf format.
We look forward to seeing you soon.