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Top 10 Ways to See the Season Change

Sun kissed children marching off to school in their crisp new uniforms, golden tinged trees and a nip in the early morning air are all sure signs that summer is slowly ebbing away.

It won’t be long before the Suffolk Coast is swathed in the cloak of autumn; a season which it wears very well…

Think of mellow sunshine walks through carpets of leaves, countryside berry picking rambles and cosy evenings in coastal cottages – The Suffolk Coast really is a destination for all seasons!

Here’s our favourite top 10 ways to make the most of this new season:

1. Berry Picking

There is no shortage of hedge rows on The Suffolk Coast and during late summer and autumn they are abundant with sun ripened berries. Blackberries are a particular favourite and are worth pricking your fingers for if you can persuade someone to make you a blackberry and apple crumble or blackberry jam.

Go well equipped with good walking shoes, a hooked walking stick to coax down the berry laden branches within your reach, gloves and containers to collect the fruit. Make sure children are well supervised and don’t eat unwashed berries!

For downloadable maps and walking routes, check out our 'Walking Guide'. 

Cove Hithe - Berries in Autumn - Photography by Emily Fae

2. Coastal Walks with your Dog

The autumn is a great time to head over to one of the Suffolk Coast’s glorious beaches – the swathes of summer holiday makers have long gone, making way for a more relaxed stroll along the miles of golden sands and pebbles. And, if it turns a bit chilly, treat yourself to a frothy hot chocolate!

After 1st October most beaches allow dogs to join you too – so it’s a perfect time to take your tail wagging friend away with you for a mid-season break. You’ll find a wide selection of superb cottages that welcome well behaved dogs.

Check out our 'Beaches Guide' for more information!

Dunwich Beach - Emily Fae

3. Go Conkers for The Suffolk Coast’s Wildlife!

It’s wonderful to watch the new season unfold and observe the fauna and flora that it has to offer. The Suffolk Countryside is a prime place to discover the wonders of autumn…

Pop on an extra layer if it’s starting to get chilly and venture out into the fields and forests.  Take an early morning walk and spot spider webs outlined in dew on hedgerows and meadows.

Travel back in time to your school playground days and have fun searching for rich brown conkers. The best conkers to play with are uncracked, firm and symmetrical. Make a hole through the middle of your chosen conker, thread a strong piece of string about 25cm long through the hole and tie a knot at one end, so that it doesn't pull through… Mind your knuckles though!

In early October, The Suffolk Coast bears witness to one of nature’s greatest spectacles, the annual red deer rut - Listen to stags bellowing, watch their posturing and maybe see a clash of antlers. It’s not just deer either as you may spot foxes stalking rabbits, green woodpeckers searching for ants and much more besides…

And, from 3rd to 21st October take the amazing opportunity to hire one of the guides from RSPB Minsmere for a 4 X 4 safari around the reserve to observe the red deer at close quarters – A great chance to take some incredible photographs too!

autumn

4. Vintage Markets and Quirky Shops

If the weather takes a turn for the worse, it’s the perfect excuse to fit in a spot of retail therapy!

You’ll find all your favourite high street stores in towns such as Ipswich, Felixstowe and Lowestoft, but if you’re looking for something a bit different, pay a visit to one of The Suffolk Coast’s lovely market towns including Beccles, Bungay, Framlingham, Halesworth and Woodbridge or coastal villages and towns including Southwold, Aldeburgh and Orford and browse through quirky little independent stores for a truly unique shopping experience. 

There’s always a generous smattering of vintage markets too, if you enjoy the thrill of meandering around stalls in the hope of discovering something rather special. Try the vintage market at Snape on 30th October – You might even pick up some early Christmas gifts!

Fionas Fabrics Sewing Workshops - Woodbridge-19

5. Food Glorious Food!

When there’s a bit of a nip in the air there’s nothing better than indulging in a lovely home cooked lunch or supper. On The Suffolk Coast you can choose from bistros, cosy cafes, a la carte restaurants or good old pub grub!

Or, if you’re a budding Nigella or Jamie Oliver you won’t want to miss this…

The Autumn Seasonal Dinner Party course at The Food Hub Cookery School at Kenton Hall is a great opportunity to gain some inspiration for when you are next entertaining.  The focus of the course will be on restaurant style dishes using seasonal ingredients, presentation, taste and importantly timings so you can host as well as cook confidently.

The course on 15th September 2016, will run from 10.00am until 3.00pm and includes practical and demonstration cookery sessions, lunch and refreshments. All the ingredients, equipment and the recipes for the day will be provided.

Kenton Hall Food Hub Cookery School

6. Pedal Your Way into Autumn!

Seize the chance to get out in the great outdoors before you feel the need to hibernate!

Cycling is one of the best ways to explore the beautiful Suffolk Coast, especially when the scenery is a blaze of colour with scarlet and golden leaved trees. There are some superb cycle paths mapped out which are designed to make the most of the fabulous coast and countryside available in our Cycling Guide. If you are a visitor to the area, bikes can be hired from from Southwold Bike Hire and Southwold Surf School and Bike Hire or for a longer stay, why not book a holiday with Cycle Breaks and be guided through the outstanding landscape of The Suffolk Coast, with stops in luxury accommodation along the way!

River Path to Woodbridge 2 - Stephen Squirrell

7.That’s entertainment!

We are lucky to have some fabulous theatres on The Suffolk Coast with West End standard productions. 

Lowestoft’s Marina Theatre is playing host to a variety of crowd pleasers this autumn including the 'That'll Be the Day'‘Madam Butterfly’ and ‘Abba Forever’.

At Bungay’s Fisher Theatre audiences are in for a treat with ‘A Night at The Musicals',’ whilst The Spa Pavilion in Felixstowe is staging ‘Fame’ the musical, ‘Ultimate Bowie’ and ‘The Royal British Legion Remembrance Festival’ among many other shows.

Marina Theatre - nightime exterior shot

8. Spooky Suffolk

Because Suffolk is steeped with ancient history, you’re never far away from a ghostly legend or a spine chilling ghost story…

One of the best known legends is that of Black Shuck - The beast is said to roam the coastline and countryside of East Anglia, its name possibly derived from the old English word ‘succa’ meaning devil. According to folklore, the spectre haunts the landscapes of East Anglia, primarily coastline, graveyards, side roads, crossroads, bodies of water and dark forests. It's alleged appearance in 1577 at Bungay and Blythburgh is a particularly famous account of the beast, and images of black sinister dogs have become part of the iconography of the area and have appeared in popular culture.

If you’re looking for slightly more light hearted Halloween fun, join East Anglia Transport Museum for a spooky night where there are some eerie things happening around the museum  and the surrounding woodland on 29th October.A witch hunt with the children will finish with prizes for all the little ones in fancy dress. The late running of the museum's trams, trolleybuses and train into the evening will be a chilling experience for all, as the woods come alive with the spirits of Hallows Eve!

 Or head to Felixstowe Museum for crafts, quizzes, halloween trails and face painting plus spooky magic show with Steph and Nonsense at their Spooky Day on 22nd October.

Landguard Spooky Day 2

9. Autumn Retreats

With more of us sneaking in an autumn break, there’s no better place to choose than The Suffolk Coast. It’s perfect for quiet romantic getaways or fun half term holidays with the kids.

October is a great time to get away for a few days – The weather is still reasonably mild, you can avoid the summer season crowds and the accommodation prices are reasonable too!

Select from cosy countryside cottages with a warming wood burner for those chilly evenings, luxurious coastal hotels, woodland lodges and action packed holiday parks.

You might even like to brave the chillier weather snuggled up in your own yurt, shepherds hut or airstream trailer! Just remember to pack the hot chocolate!

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10. Hole in One!

If you’re a keen golfer or fancy taking up a new hobby, there are some excellent golf courses in Suffolk so why not make a weekend of it?

Situated on the sunny Suffolk Heritage Coast within walking distance to the sea, Thorpeness Hotel and Golf Club offers modern accommodation with picturesque views of the golf course. 

The course is set on classic British heathland designed by five-time Open Champion and legendary golf course architect James Braid. This Par 70, 18 hole, challenging 6,421 yard course will test golfers of all abilities.

After the 18th hole, celebrate your victory (or commiserate losing your ball in the rough!) with a hearty breakfast, afternoon tea or homemade dinner which are available to hotel guests, golfers and visitors alike. 

Combine a golfing break with relaxing spa facilities at Ufford Park Woodbridge, Hotel, Golf and Spa - Spreading out from Ufford Park's 90 bedroom hotel are 120 acres of historic parkland, including their 18-hole championship golf course. The golf course has been used for events including the PGA Europro Tour, and the Best Western Senior Masters. Being a par 71, the selection of short technical and longer holes make it a testing but enjoyable course!

Then relax and enjoy some pampering in the bubbling hydro pool which will massage you with tension-easing, stress-relieving water jets, or you can try the ice fountain and tropical showers for revitalising, tingling stimulation. The mineral grotto is a relaxing, steamy room full of exotic fragrances, while essences in the aroma steam room will gently cleanse and energise the body…

The 5th oldest golf club in England, at Felixstowe Ferry Golf Club you can enjoy a leisurely round with 27 holes of golf - 18 hole Martello links and the 9 hole Kingsfleet course. Afterwards, enjoy lunch or dinner in the restaurant before heading to the Fludyers Arms, where you can rest your head and wake up to panoramic sea views.

Things to do attractions - Thorpeness Golf Club - Thorpeness -18th green at Thorpeness Golf Club with view of House in the Clouds


WHERE TO EAT


Felixstowe Spa - The Lounge  & The Terrace

Felixstowe Spa - The Lounge & The Terrace

Two fabulous seaview venues in one stunning location! The Lounge is a first floor carpeted space with panoramic views of the sea, Felixstowe Pier and the maritime traffic to Harwich & Felixstowe Ports.

At promenade level there is also The Terrace; a cosy beachside venue with plentiful outdoor seating and a Mediterranean ambience with the sea views framed by palm trees.

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WHERE TO STAY


Rose Farm Barn

Rose Farm Barn

Saxmundham

Rose and Stable Cottages (4 star Visit Britain Rating) are delightfully situated set in 6.5 acres of meadowland and only 3.5 miles from the Suffolk Heritage Coast.

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Run Cottage Touring Park

Run Cottage Touring Park

Woodbridge

Run Cottage offers peace and tranquility, a place to escape the hustle and bustle of today’s busy lifestyle and is the perfect base to see the sights of Suffolk.

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Dog friendly


Saltgate House B&B

Saltgate House B&B

Beccles

Saltgate House B&B is an elegant Georgian Townhouse built onto a former Tudor Merchants House situated in the heart of the beautiful market town of Beccles, just paces away from the centre of town and moments from the meandering River Waveney.

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Salthouse Harbour Hotel 

Salthouse Harbour Hotel

The Salthouse Harbour Hotel in Ipswich is one of Suffolk's most iconic hotels. It offers a 4-star luxury experience and award-winning cuisine in one of the counties most beautiful settings.


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School Farm Cottages

School Farm Cottages

Halesworth

Plenty to see and do in the beautiful Suffolk countryside, within easy reach of the Suffolk Coast.

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Secret Meadows

Secret Meadows

Tucked away at a 115-acre wildlife site, Secret Meadows takes glamping to new heights. 

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Sibton Park Wilderness Reserve

Sibton Park Wilderness Reserve

Saxmundham

Set within a 4,500 acre private country estate two hours from London, Wilderness Reserve is a unique luxury collection of manors, farmhouses, country cottages and follies in the heart of rural Suffolk.

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Snape Maltings Holiday Cottages

Snape Maltings Holiday Cottages

Snape

Snape Maltings is a unique set of Victorian malthouses set alongside the River Alde. There is an eclectic range of shops, galleries and eateries all on the doorstep as well as the world famous Concert Hall.

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Solely Southwold

Solely Southwold

Southwold

Solely Southwold comprises 2 self contained flats and 2 cottages in the heart of Southwold.

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So Southwold 

So Southwold

Southwold

Southwold is the jewel of Suffolk coast and with something for everyone, it’s the perfect place to retreat from everyday life.

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Dog friendly


Mill Hill Farm Caravan & Camping Park

Mill Hill Farm Caravan & Camping Park

Saxmundham

The peace and quiet of this camp site's surroundings makes this an ideal location for a 'get away from it all' relaxing break, with panoramic views over the farmland for those lazy breakfasts and stunning sunsets as a backdrop for your barbeques after a day’s fishing or sightseeing.

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Milsoms Kesgrave Hall

Milsoms Kesgrave Hall

Ipswich

Kesgrave Hall has 23 bedrooms, all individual in size, décor and style ranging from standard through to super de-luxe (think bathtubs in rooms and huge walk in showers).

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Mollett’s Farm

Mollett’s Farm

Saxmundham

Mollett’s Farm is a family-run haven of peace and tranquility near Suffolk’s Heritage Coast. With new custom-designed holiday studios and cottages, it’s a home away from home.

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Oak Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast

Oak Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast

Yoxford

Oak Tree farm is set in six acres just outside Yoxford, surrounded by beautiful countryside and within a few miles of many of the attractions and lovely places in the area including Southwold, Aldeburgh and Framlingham.

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Ocean View Holiday Homes

Ocean View Holiday Homes

Kessingland

Ocean View consists of fourteen quality bungalows set in three quarters of an acre which is bordered by the sea, it also has direct access to the beach.

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Orwell View Barns

Orwell View Barns

Ipswich

Enjoy wonderful wildlife and glorious views across the River Orwell whilst relaxing in your idyllic barn conversion in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on our conservation award winning farm.

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The Malthouse

The Malthouse

Woodbridge

The Malthouse, originally an old malting house dating from the 18th century, is located in the heart of Woodbridge and overlooks Ferry Quay and the river Deben.

To make the most of the river views, the Malthouse is an ‘upside down’ house sleeping up to 5 people.

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The Old Post Office

The Old Post Office

Beccles

Set in the charming Suffolk village of Geldeston on the Norfolk/Suffolk boarder

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The Old Rectory

The Old Rectory

The Old Rectory Bed and Breakfast is a beautiful Grade 2 listed Georgian home offering five star, gold accommodation on the Suffolk Coast.

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The Ship At Dunwich

The Ship At Dunwich

Dunwich

Whether you want to use The Ship at Dunwich as a base to explore this wild and wonderful coastline, enjoy some of the best fish and chips on the Suffolk Coast or simply indulge in a pint or two of Adnams, you’re guaranteed the warmest of welcomes.

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The Swan Hotel

The Swan Hotel

Southwold

This heritage hotel is situated on the beautiful Southwold marketplace, and has been welcoming guests for over 350 years. 

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The Westleton Crown

The Westleton Crown

Westleton

The Westleton Crown combines the character and charm of its coaching inn heritage with the comforts of contemporary living: smouldering log fires, 34 stylish bedrooms, award winning AA 2 rosette restaurant, sophisticated wine list and delightful terraced gardens.

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The White Lion

The White Lion

Aldeburgh

Hygge is the latest buzzword for cosiness – it’s what the Danes do in great style when winter drives them indoors. You’ll find ‘hygge’ in spades at the White Lion Hotel on the beachfront in Aldeburgh, a great spot if you’re in need of peace and relaxation in stylish and cosseting surroundings, where the bedrooms are inviting and welcoming retreats, some with sea views as far as the eye can see. 

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Thorpeness Hotel and Golf Club 

Thorpeness Hotel and Golf Club

Situated on the sunny Suffolk Heritage Coast within walking distance to the sea, Thorpeness 3 star Hotel offers modern accommodation with picturesque views of the golf course. 

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Treacle Pot Cottage

Treacle Pot Cottage

It is one of a pair of cottages and is situated approximately two miles from the centre of Felixstowe in Trimley St. Martin. The cottage sleeps four and welcomes well trained dogs.


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Dog friendly


Ufford Park Woodbridge, Hotel, Golf, Spa

Ufford Park Woodbridge, Hotel, Golf, Spa

Woodbridge

Spreading out from Ufford Park's 90 bedroom hotel are 120 acres of historic parkland, including their 18-hole championship golf course.

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Holidaycottages.co.uk

Holidaycottages.co.uk

A leading holiday cottage lettings company with over a selection of handpicked cottages in Suffolk.

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Waveney House Hotel 

Waveney House Hotel

Situated in the picturesque Waveney Valley, the Waveney House Hotel boasts a superb river location with stunning views across the surrounding countryside.

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Wheatacre Hall Barns

Wheatacre Hall Barns

Beccles

Amidst the beautiful countryside under wide arching skies, amongst farmland and hidden waterways, eight luxury holiday cottages can be found. All eight barns have been sympathetically converted into modern luxury accommodation.

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Windmill Lodges

Windmill Lodges

Woodbridge

Available throughout the year for a short break or longer, Windmill Lodges offers beautiful log cabins that are superbly appointed and offer a high level of luxury, warmth and comfort.

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Wissett Farm Holidays

Wissett Farm Holidays

Halesworth

Offering self catering holiday accommodation in four converted stables. The 300 acre farm, in the village of Wissett, is an ideal place to enjoy the peace and serenity of the Suffolk countryside.

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Woodhall Manor 

Woodhall Manor

Woodhall Manor is the most romantic and exclusive setting for a truly memorable stay. The charming Elizabethan Manor House, dating back to 1566, sits within nine acres of immaculately landscaped grounds, near the stunning Suffolk Heritage Coast. 

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Squirrel Cottage

Squirrel Cottage

Snape

Squirrel Cottage is an excellent base for those who are looking for a peaceful retreat as well as those who enjoy activity based holidays such as walking or cycling.

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Suffolk Coastal Cottages

Suffolk Coastal Cottages

Southwold

Self-catering cottages with a personal touch, owned and managed by Trish Gower , offering delightful self-catering cottages in attractive unspoilt villages at or close to the Suffolk Coast. Choose from my range of special properties that sleep 2 to 8, and the dog can come too.

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Suffolk Cottage Holidays

Suffolk Cottage Holidays

Woodbridge

Suffolk Cottage Holidays aims to bring you the best choice of quality cottages and homes across the finest locations of East Anglia.

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Suffolk Secrets

Suffolk Secrets

Southwold

Suffolk Secrets is proud to offer the best choice of self-catering holiday cottages on The Suffolk Coast.

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Dog friendly


Sykes Cottages

Sykes Cottages

With its sleepy waterways, wide sandy beaches, quiet coastal towns and lively cathedral cities, thousands of holidaymakers have discovered the ancient Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Suffolk through Sykes Cottages. 

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The Anchor

The Anchor

Walberswick

Plenty of alfresco seating on the 3 beautiful terraces in the summer and a roaring log fire for the winter!

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The Brudenell

The Brudenell

Aldeburgh

The Brudenell epitomises the perfect seaside hotel; beach chic, friendly and informal service, award-winning food and the tranquil beachfront setting all blend effortlessly with indulgence and relaxation.

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The Clyffe Hotel

The Clyffe Hotel

The Clyffe Hotel is a large Victorian building, dating back to 1876.

Recently fully refurbished to a very high standard, it is located opposite the Claremont Pier and Blue Flag beach in the Kirkley area of Lowestoft, with stunning views out to sea.

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The Crown and Castle

The Crown and Castle

Orford

The Crown and Castle is renowned for a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere that allows guests to enjoy their surroundings and feel free to take their time.

Winner *Sawday's British Hotel Award 2017 for Fabulous Food*

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Dog friendly


The Crown at Woodbridge

The Crown at Woodbridge

The Crown at Woodbridge offers all that is great about escaping to the country, with all that is good about staying in a wonderful market town. 

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The Crown Hotel Southwold

The Crown Hotel Southwold

Southwold

An exciting and intimate combination of small hotel, bar, pub and restaurant, The Crown is always buzzing with a lively informality.

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The Fludyers Hotel

The Fludyers Hotel

This vibrant, popular luxury hotel and restaurant is located in a beautifully restored Edwardian building just yards from the beach.

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Aldeburgh Bay Holidays

Aldeburgh Bay Holidays

Aldeburgh

Booking a holiday with Aldeburgh Bay gives you the widest choice of holiday accommodation on the Suffolk coast.

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Alde Garden

Alde Garden

A tiny site with an eclectic range of quirky and unusual accommodation, set in the garden of an award winning pub

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Free wifi


All Seasons Cottage Breaks

All Seasons Cottage Breaks

Saxmundham

3 charming 4* Self Catering Holiday Cottages in the historic market town of Saxmundham, close to the Suffolk Heritage Coast and within easy reach of all popular places of interest.

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Amber House

Amber House

Southwold

A warm welcome awaits you at Amber House; an elegant Victorian seafront home over-looking the beach and pier and within walking distance of the charming town centre with its delightful shops, pubs, local attractions restaurants and tea rooms.

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Beach Cottage

Beach Cottage

Lowestoft

Located on the cliff top at Pakefield on the Suffolk coast, Beach Cottage enjoys uninterrupted views of the sea and coastline.

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Belle Grove 

Belle Grove

Halesworth

Located in Halesworth, Belle Grove is an extra special place for a well-deserved break, birthday celebration, anniversary, romantic week-end or family get–together.

“This place really is magical”

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Best Of Suffolk

Best Of Suffolk

Aldeburgh

Best of Suffolk offers a hand-picked selection of over 300 stylish, self catering holiday cottages in Suffolk, offering guests well-appointed properties in prime locations.  They won’t charge any additional costs or booking fees, and pets go free.

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Bruisyard Hall

Bruisyard Hall

A stunning country house set deep in the wonderful Suffolk countryside, Bruisyard Hall offers outstanding self-catering accommodation for 20 adults (children are welcome in addition).

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Chiltern House Bed and Breakfast

Chiltern House Bed and Breakfast

Chiltern House is a stylish bed & breakfast in a Victorian terraced property just a two minute walk from the blue flag awarded Lowestoft beach and independent shops and restaurants. Ideally located to explore the Suffolk coast, countryside and historic market towns.

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Cliff House Holiday Park

Cliff House Holiday Park

Cliff House is an award winning 30 acre 5 star EATB rated holiday park in Dunwich, specialising in lodges, static caravans, self catering; including investment purchase self catering, camping and touring caravan pitches. 

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Croft Farm

Croft Farm

Snape

Croft Farm's two holiday cottages have been converted from traditional farm buildings to provide the perfect place to stay and enjoy the best of the Suffolk Coast.

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Dunan House

Dunan House

A secluded seaside Bed and Breakfast set in peaceful gardens just a short walk to Aldeburgh town for those little breaks that refresh the soul.

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Easton Farm Park Cottages

Easton Farm Park Cottages

Wake up to the sounds of rural Suffolk, pull on some clothes and head out to help feed the bunnies and the chickens on the farm. The Farm Park is open from 10:30am (check opening dates) with two indoor playbarns and lots more fun on the farm, all of which help to entertain the whole family.

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Easton Grange

Easton Grange

Woodbridge

Easton Grange is a former working farm, which we have transformed with love, care and attention into a unique and truly magical venue to celebrate weddings, birthdays and other special occasions.

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Gooda's Barn

Gooda's Barn

Gooda's is a unique self-catering barn available for holiday rentals.

Sleeping up to 18 people in four family rooms, Gooda's Barn is ideal for a large family or group of friends looking for a holiday close to the Suffolk Coast.


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Happy Days Retro Vacations 

Happy Days Retro Vacations

Saxmundham

A slice of vintage Americana has arrived in Suffolk. Happy Days Retro Vacations is a small campsite where visitors can live out their dreams of old Hollywood glamour by renting a beautifully restored Airstream trailer.

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Dog friendly


Hare Lodge Holidays

Hare Lodge Holidays

Peasenhall

Peasenhall is a pretty Suffolk village with several good local pubs and restaurants nearby and many local attractions within easy reach.

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Haw Wood Farm

Haw Wood Farm

Haw Wood Farm is a peaceful site near Darsham for touring caravans and tents, known for their spacious pitches and friendly service. With Four AA pennants, Platinum award winning bathroom
facilities and a David Bellamy Gold award for conservation there is
something here for everyone to love.

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Heathland Beach Holiday Park

Heathland Beach Holiday Park

Kessingland

Heathland Beach is a family run holiday park with excellent facilities including 3 heated pools, tennis courts, fishing, bar, play areas for children and access to a beautiful sandy beach.

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Heath View Holidays

Heath View Holidays

Ipswich

Ideally situated in a peaceful conservation area, Heath View is an accessible, family friendly property on a private road with enclosed private gardens.

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Wheelchair Accessible


The Granary

The Granary

The Granary is a detached recently converted Grade II Granary. Situated near Beccles in the Waveney Valley and close to the Broads National Park.

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The Grove Cottages

The Grove Cottages

For nearly 20 years, the aim of The Grove Cottages has been to create the perfect setting for a romantic break; with five star authentic charm inside and idyllic rural setting outside.


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The House in the Clouds

The House in the Clouds

Thorpeness

The House in the Clouds, one of the country's most famous follies is set in 1 acre of private grounds, the House in the Clouds overlooks Thorpeness Golf Course, Thorpeness Meare and the sea on the very beautiful Suffolk Heritage Coast. Close to Aldeburgh, Snape Maltings and home of the festival, to Minsmere and other bird and nature reserves.

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Kenton Hall Estate

Kenton Hall Estate

Framlingham

Kenton Hall Estate offers unique glamping accommodation set in heart of the Suffolk countryside.

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Wardley Hill Campsite

Wardley Hill Campsite

Bungay

Wardley Hill Campsite is a new eco campsite offering unregimented and relaxed car free camping. Luxurious Bell Tents and a Shepherds Hut are on offer for those of you who don't want to pack your own tent pegs.

Close to the Suffolk Coast and on the edge of the Norfolk Broads we are perfectly situated for your East Anglian getaway.

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Pebble Cottage

Pebble Cottage

Lowestoft

Nestling on the cliff top at Pakefield, on the Suffolk coast and with stunning sea views

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Robin's Nest

Robin's Nest

Woodbridge

Robin's Nest is situated at Dallinghoo, a rural location overlooking open field and offers 3 luxury holiday homes.

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Lodge Farm Cottages

Lodge Farm Cottages

Lowestoft

The Granary and the Dairy are two beautifully converted self catering barns offering luxurious, spacious and well equipped accommodation on a family arable farm close to the Suffolk coast between Southwold and Lowestoft.

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Home@21 B&B

Home@21 B&B

Southwold

Home@21 B&B is a sea facing 1895 Victorian Villa in Southwold, offering comfortable and stylish ensuite rooms.

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Horseshoe Cottage

Horseshoe Cottage

Southwold

A centrally located spacious family house within a short walking distance of Southwold town centre with full range of family shops, restaurants and also two minutes walk to beach and pier.

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Heritage Hideaways

Heritage Hideaways

Heritage Hideaways aim to offer a more personal approach to cottage holidays, ensuring that you enjoy your holiday in the coast and countryside that we love. 

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High Lodge Leisure

High Lodge Leisure

Saxmundham

Our luxury self catering lodges boast an excellent location close to the renowned coastal hotspots of Southwold, Aldeburgh and RSPB Minsmere.

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Highsteppers at Blythview

Highsteppers at Blythview

Saxmundham

Highsteppers is an ideal luxury base for a romantic week for two or a fun weekend for friends.

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