• Go Further on The Suffolk Coast

Go Further on The Suffolk Coast

When choosing a holiday we all look for bargains, Suffolk offers visitors amazing hotels and stunning self-catering accommodation that is considerably cheaper than really popular destinations like London, Devon and Cornwall.


Enjoy The Suffolk Coast on a budget; with purse-friendly accommodation plus free days out at the beach, forest walks, off road cycling and exploring acres of land designated as “outstanding natural beauty”

If you are looking for a bargain holiday in the UK then head to The Suffolk Coast!

Purse-Friendly Stays



WTS - Easton Farm Park - Cow Sheds

A holiday on The Suffolk Coast needn't break the bank, in fact, you can enjoy a stay in Suffolk for much less than other coastal destinations such as Cornwall, Devon or Kent. And with miles of coastline to explore and pretty towns and villages to discover, once you're here, you needn't spend a penny.


There's a huge range of places to stay as well; from cosy coastal cottages and seaside and country hotels, to quirky glamping pods and homely B&Bs, there's a place to stay on The Suffolk Coast that's ideal for a cheap getaway!


Start planning your holiday and check out these 'Purse-Friendly Places to Stay'. 


Things to Do for Free


TTDA - Rendlesham Forest - Emily Fae Photography

Not only can you grab a bargain place to stay on The Suffolk Coast, once here, you needn't spend a penny in order to have memory-making holiday! With award-winning beaches for traditional buckets and spades holidays, wild beaches for adventures, forest and heath for walking and cycling, rivers and the broads for sailing and fishing and  nature reserves for close-encounters with some of the UKs rarest wildlife.


There's award-winning attractions and museums to enjoy too; with affordable entry fees and special offers on tickets to help families make the most of their stay. For days out that will keep the whole family entertained, check out our 'Top 10 Free Family Days Out'. 


Bargain Hunt


TTDA - Black Dog Antiques - Grand Brocante


With a holiday on The Suffolk Coast, not only can you save money on your accommodation, you can also grab a bargain too!


The Suffolk Coast is blessed with a huge selection of local food and drink producers, selling jams, honey, Suffolk-cured ham, strawberries, asparagus, breads, cheeses and ales at markets across the region. Here you can pick up a range of produce plus artisan crafts for a great price. For a full list of markets and when they take place click here!


The Suffolk Coast hosts is a great place to hunt for a bargain too; bi-annual antiques markets taking place in Beccles and Halesworth, a monthly vintage market at Snape Maltings and the Grand Brocante & Vintage Fair at Glemham Hall. If you love nothing more than hunting for antiques and treasures, then pay a visit to Blackdog Antiques in Halesworth where you will find antique pine and mahogany pieces, mid-century modern industrial, vintage tools, pictures, taxidermy and lots more.


Car boot sales make a really fun morning out with the family, whether you’re just browsing, looking for something specific or perhaps hoping to stumble upon a gem of a find that turns out to be a bit of an antique. Find out when are where car boots take place on The Suffolk Coast with our 'Car Boots Guide'


Money Saving Offers


WTS - Blackberry Way - Caravan and garden

When planning your holiday on The Suffolk Coast, be sure to take advantage of these fantastic special offers! With money off stays and dining, tailored packages for families, couples and groups and 2-4-1 offers on entry to attractions. If you're looking to save money and enjoy a cheap break on The Suffolk Coast, we've got you covered!


Click here to view exclusive 'Special Offers'. 


Things to see and do

Southwold Pier

Southwold Pier

Southwold

Southwold is a popular destination for the many visitors to the East Coast and its most prominent attraction, the pier, hosts a wide range of things to see and do.

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National Trust Orford Ness

National Trust Orford Ness

Wild, remote and exposed, Orford Ness contains the ruined remnants of a disturbing past. Ranked among the most important shingle features in the world, rare and fragile wildlife thrives where weapons, including atomic bombs, were once tested and perfected.

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Outdoor Play Areas On The Suffolk Coast

Outdoor Play Areas On The Suffolk Coast

Whether it's a traditional Victorian park, a fort in the middle of a forest, or a zip wire along the river, the outdoor play areas on The Suffolk Coast are the perfect place for kids to let off steam and enjoy the great outdoors.

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Visit Deben Peninsula

Visit Deben Peninsula

The Deben Peninsula is located in Suffolk between the Deben River to the South and the Alde & Ore Estuary the North.

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Waveney & Blyth Arts

Waveney & Blyth Arts

Waveney & Blyth Arts connects people and places along the Norfolk/Suffolk border through creativity, and promotes the distinct identity of this beautiful area through exciting arts events and activities.

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Dog friendly

National Trust Dunwich Heath

National Trust Dunwich Heath

Dunwich Heath and Beach is a precious landscape on the Suffolk coast where you can experience a true sense of being at one with nature. 

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Dog friendly Wheelchair Accessible

Visit Waveney Valley

Visit Waveney Valley

Running through the border between Norfolk and Suffolk, it's hard not to fall in love with the Waveney Valley. Discover a timeless rural landscape, where the pace of life is slow and the folk are friendly.

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Ipswich Museums

Ipswich Museums

Ipswich Museums incorporates three historical venues in Ipswich; Ipswich Museum - a fascinating Victorian museum; Christchurch Mansion - a magnificent Tudor building; and Ipswich Art Gallery - a unique contemporary gallery.

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Wheelchair Accessible

My Bungay

My Bungay

Bungay Events & Business Association (BEBA) promotes the market town of Bungay, running the thrice yearly street markets and working with other organisations on the annual Bungay Festival and Christmas Lights Switch-On.

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Felixstowe Seafront Gardens

Felixstowe Seafront Gardens

The recently restored Felixstowe Seafront Gardens sit on cliffs between the town centre and beach.

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Suffolk Museums

Suffolk Museums

There are more than 50 museums in Suffolk. Each one is unique, and they are all packed with fascinating stories and objects. If you want to know more about the past and how it has affected the present, just come and take a closer look.

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Lowestoft Tourism

Lowestoft Tourism

Come to Lowestoft for a great day out, short break or family holiday. 

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Halesworth and the Blyth Valley

Halesworth and the Blyth Valley

The Blyth Valley runs 17 miles inland from the coast at Southwold to Laxfield via Halesworth and Huntingfield and is a superb destination for walking, cycling & wildlife-watching as well as being known for its welcoming pubs and local produce!

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Visit Felixstowe

Visit Felixstowe

Everybody loves a great day by the sea, and Felixstowe has great days for everyone.

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Suffolk Coast & Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)

Suffolk Coast & Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)

The Suffolk Coast & Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is a stunning landscape packed full with wildlife and exciting places to explore and discover. 

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Beaches

Beaches

Whether you’re in search of a great family day out, a birdwatching haven, or trip back in time, the beaches along the Suffolk Coast will provide you with a memorable day out whatever the time of year.

In the winter, Suffolk's beaches take on a whole new persona; with windswept dunes, crashing waves, and bracing winds, they are the perfect place to blow away the cobwebs, stroll hand in hand with your loved one, or enjoy a solitary dog walk.


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Discover Landguard

Discover Landguard

The Landguard Peninsula is located at the southerly most point of the town of Felixstowe. 

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Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Felixstowe

From tiny meadows to rolling heaths, the nature reserves extend all the way along the Suffolk Coast from Trimley Marshes at Felixstowe to Lound Lakes north of Lowestoft and are some of Suffolk's most inspiring wild places. 

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WHERE TO STAY

Wardley Hill Campsite 

Wardley Hill Campsite

Bungay

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

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Dog friendly

Hippersons Boatyard 

Hippersons Boatyard

Hippersons Boatyard is a family run boatyard on the southern reach of the Norfolk Broads located in the market town of Beccles, providing self-catering accommodation that floats in the basin and on the river front. 

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Free wifi Hippersons Boatyard Self Catering Finalist - Norfolk & Suffolk Tourism Awards 2020 We're Good to Go - VisitEngland Covid-19 accreditation scheme

Easton Farm Park Campsite

Easton Farm Park Campsite

Few things compare to a the clean, fresh air that welcomes you in the morning when you camp in the Suffolk Countryside. 

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Haw Wood Farm 

Haw Wood Farm

Awarded 5 Gold pennants from the AA, Haw Wood Farm is a peaceful site near Darsham for touring caravans and tents known for their spacious pitches and friendly service. 

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Free wifi Dog friendly Wheelchair Accessible

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. 

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