A short break or holiday on The Suffolk Coast, is a unique experience, especially if you choose to stay at one of the many quirky places to stay!
We've picked a few for you to choose from when you next visit the beautiful shores and countryside of Suffolk...
1. Hex Cottage, Sibton Park Wilderness Reserve
A former forester's cottage, Hex Cottage is a Bijoux thatched hideaway situated in the grounds of the sumptuous Sibton Park Wilderness Reserve. Ideal for a romantic getaway, it sleeps 2 and contains a king-size bed, wood-burning range cooker, open fire, original butler sinks and brick flooring. Step outside and you can smell the aromatic herb garden and enjoy a bicycle ride around the estate on the Pashley Bikes provided. Wifi is available, but there's no electricity, so perhaps leave the laptop at home!
2. The Malthouse, Woodbridge
Originally an old malting house dating from the 18th century, The Malthouse in Woodbridge overlooks the marina and River Deben.
Sleeping 5, the accommodation makes the most of the views, with the living area upstairs, and the bedrooms downstairs. There is an enclosed, private front garden to the front of the property, so you can enjoy a family BBQ after a day of shopping, exploring and walking in the historic town.
3. Beach Cottage, Pakefield
Once a council public toilet block, Beach Cottage has been transformed and enjoys unrivaled views thanks to it's cliff top location. With sea views from every window, the cottage has one double bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a combined kitchen/lounge/diner and a sun-trap garden.
4. Belle Grove, Halesworth
Belle Grove is a collection of 5 converted barns; each luxuriously furnished with antiques and textiles for 'east meets west' style. The properties offer accomodation sleeping 2, 4 or 6 and feature underfloor heating, wood-burning stoves, luxury bedding, Bose sound systems and your own private walled garden - perfect for al fresco dining and a glass of wine to end a busy day exploring the nearby towns of Halesworth, Southwold and Bungay.
5. The House in the Clouds, Thorpeness
Set in an acre of private grounds, The House in the Clouds in Thorpeness is one England's most famous follies. Located high above the ground, the accommodation boasts views of the surrounding golf coursem meare and coastline.
With 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a drawing room, dinig room, and 'room at the top' with spectacular views, it's perfect for a unique getaway on The Suffolk Coast!
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