• Top 10 Dog Friendly Things to Do on The Suffolk Coast

Top 10 Dog Friendly Things to Do on The Suffolk Coast

We’re a nation of animal lovers and top of the list has to be our best friend – the family dog…

Where would we be without these faithful companions who stick by us whatever? 

So life is good for you and your dog if you can share some great days out together. And we’ve got that covered for you right here on The Suffolk Coast.

It's always important to consider the local environment, landscape, wildlife, livestock, horses and other people when walking your dog.  Please make sure your dog is under control and on a lead where requested to make sure nesting birds and other wildlife are not disturbed. The nesting season is between 1st March and 31 July and the Countryside Code recommends that dogs are kept on short leads during this time on open access land to make sure birds are not disturbed during this hugely important season.  Watch out for other signs and requests from farmers and landowners which relate to dogs so that you can enjoy your walks fully!  You can check out the guidelines set out in the Countryside Code here.

1. History

Landguard Fort in Felixstowe has played a key part in the defense of our shores and dates back over 400 years. You can explore the history and architecture of the fort in the company of your 4-legged companion as dogs (on leads) are welcome and a water bowl is available for their refreshment.

Just up the coast near Woodbridge is National Trust Sutton Hoo where you can discover the story of the Anglo-Saxons at the burial ground of kings. Dogs are allowed to walk around the estate, with two different walks on offer but aren't allowed inside the museum.

Slightly inland and you will find Framlingham Castle. Steeped in nearly 1000 years of history, there’s loads to explore and dogs on leads are allowed in the grounds.

2. Beaches


Dogs are allowed on most of The Suffolk Coast’s beaches, however on many of our most popular stretches, there are restrictions over the summer months so best to look out for signs that give exact dates for a particular beach.

Whilst some stretches don't allow dogs during the summer months, many including Lowestoft, Southwold, Aldeburgh and Felixstowe have parts to the north and south of the main beaches which do all year round.

One beach that does allow dogs year-round is Dunwich; a haven for canines and owners, you will both love exploring the sand and heathland, and after a long walk, you can enjoy a cold beverage in The Ship Inn whilst your pooch tucks into a dog biscuit.

If seclusion is what you desire, head to Covehithe. Only accessible on foot, you can walk your dog along the quiet lane heading to the sea (best keep the dog on a lead here due to the nearby pig fields!) before letting them loose on the open beach for a game of fetch and a swim in the sea.

For more information on beaches on The Suffolk Coast, check out our Beaches Guide


3. Cafés

FD - The Tea Hut - View across the river

Feeling peckish? These dog-friendly cafés on The Suffolk Coast are the ideal place to recharge your batteries and enjoy a selection of local produce during a jam-packed day of exploring with your dog.

The Tea Hut in Woodbridge sits on the banks of the River Deben and is the perfect place to stop at the end of a walk along the river wall and out along the Deben Estuary with your pooch. 

After a day out at Bawdsey, which is a haven for dogs! Head inland to Shottisham and pay a visit to the Blue Rabbit Cafe; here you can stock up on a range of the small-holding's own produce including vegetables, bacon, sausages, eggs and cakes! The cafe also serves a mouth-watering selection of homemade cakes, lunches and drinks - all made with their own produce!

No trip to The Suffolk Coast would be complete without a visit to Southwold's famous Pier! And after an early morning stroll along the prom, stop by the Beach Café and Clockhouse for breakfast, afternoon tea, lunch, dinner and ice cream!

4. Pubs

If you fancy a swift half while taking your best friend for a walk, head over to The Ramsholt Arms, near Ipswich. The riverside pub and restaurant is dog-friendly with some great dog walks nearby too! After you've walked up an appetite, you can choose from the extensive menu whilst your dog enjoys the treats and water bowls available.

Upon arrival at The Ship at Dunwich, your fluffy friend can chomp away on treat whilst you sample the fish and chips, or find a table at The Sorrel Horse; where not only is your dog welcome, there's a corral outside for tethering your horse!

If the weather is less than desirable, dogs are welcome to join you in the bar of The Ufford Crown, near Woodbridge - where water bowls and treats are on offer!

5. Family Attractions

The East Anglia Transport Museum near Lowestoft, has a great collection of trams and buses that both children and dogs will love having a ride on! After a trip down memory lane (literally!) you can explore the exhibition halls, period street scenes, 'Tar, Sweat and Steam building' before stopping by the cafeteria serving hot and cold snacks and souvenir shop.

At The Suffolk Punch Trust at Hollesley, near Woodbridge, you can discover how these magnificent horses shaped our local landscape before setting off on one of the three walks around the farm, where dogs on leads are welcome. 

Your dog will feel right at home at Easton Farm Park; with pony rides (for children, not dogs!), train rides and cuddle experiences with baby animals, dogs on leads are welcome.

6. Water


Fancy getting out on the water?

Waveney River Tours at Oulton Broad can help you get afloat with your best friend; step on board the 100 seater passenger boats and enjoy a trip along the River Waveney, discovering the beautiful waterside scenery and looking out for some of the region's rare wildlife.

And for something special, private charters of the Allen Gardiner River Cruise Restaurant mean you get a happy salty sea dog! Enjoy a delicious meal made from locally sourced produce, with up to 18 guests, it's up to you whether those guests are of the human or canine variety!

7. Walks

You're spoilt for choice when it comes to walks that you are your dog will love!

Explore some of Suffolk's magnificent medieval churches with Angels & Pinnacles; offering a range of walks which taking in the areas in and around the River Deben, Framlingham and Southwold:


Our Guide to Walking on The Suffolk Coast features a range of walks, many of which are suitable for your four-legged friend too. There are beach walks, country walks and pub walks to choose from.

Now where’s the lead?

8. Accommodation

There is plenty of dog friendly accommodation on The Suffolk Coast; from B&Bs and hotels, to self-catering cottages and camping!

Winners of the 2017 Visit England Dog Friendly Business Award! - Labradoodles 'Teddy' & 'Amber' invite dogs and their owners to stay! Letheringham Water Mill Cottages have blown away the cobwebs from traditional dog friendly holiday cottages with their award-winning 5* exclusive portfolio. Nestling in the heart of beautiful rural Suffolk, close to the Heritage Suffolk Coast, this is the ideal place to relax with two and four legged friends.

There are 5 magical places to stay - 4 riverside decked cottages and The Mill House - all set beside the River Deben within 7 acres of trees and greenery at this historic Grade II Water Mill.The safe site allows dogs to run free. The cottages are not just dog friendly, they are really dog friendly with no compromise on quality!

Named the Good Hotel Guide's Editor's Choice Dog Friendly Hotel 2016 is The Crown & Castle in Orford. The hotel is very dog-friendly, so a weekend away with your 4-legged friend can be spent in style! Well-behaved dogs and their owners can stay in one of the Best Garden Rooms and are welcome to enjoy a meal at one of the designated doggie tables.

At The Westleton Crown, dogs are welcomed with a bowl of water, dog biscuits and a blanket and can stay with you in one of the dog-friendly rooms and can dine with you in the cosy bar or relax in front of the roaring log fire in the lounge.

There's a range of accommodation to choose from at Cliff House Holiday Park has to offer across The Suffolk Coast, or if you want to indulge in a little luxury, book a stay at Mollett's Farm, where not only are your dogs welcome, other pets can come along too!

9. Nature

The Suffolk Coast is renowned for its wide open spaces whether that’s on the beach or heaths. 

The Suffolk Coast & Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty gives you and your furry friend the chance to enjoy the fabulous flora and fauna that we’re so lucky to be surrounded by. Offering a range of downloadable maps and guides, perfect for helping you make the most of your doggy holiday on The Suffolk Coast including pub walks, cycle routes and forest maps:

10. Shopping

Top 10 Dog Friendly Things to Do - Dog at Adnams Shop - Credit Adnams

If you’re looking for dog coats and accessories then head to Aldeburgh and O&C Butcher on the High Street, where your fashion conscious pooch is very welcome!

No trip to The Suffolk Coast would be complete without taking home a bottle or two of Adnams finest! The large Adnams store in Southwold is an emporium of everything Adnams from innovative beers, extensive wines and handcrafted spirits, as well as idyllic gifty bits too.  The shop has a friendly tasting bar which offers a broad range of beers, wine and spirits to taste on a daily basis. And bringing your dog (on a lead) is not a problem. This also goes for the shops in Aldeburgh and Woodbridge too.


Click here to see a fantastic selection of dog-friendly places to stay!




Things to see and do

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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Allen Gardiner River Cruise Restaurant 

Allen Gardiner River Cruise Restaurant

Ipswich

Allen Gardiner River Cruise Restaurant provides a unique and exciting dining experience offering breakfast and a la carte lunch, sunset supper or candlelit Dinner cruises. 

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The Suffolk Punch Trust

The Suffolk Punch Trust

Woodbridge

The Suffolk Punch Trust is an educational and environmental charity dedicated to breeding and preserving the Suffolk Punch horse. 

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Easton Farm Park

Easton Farm Park

Woodbridge

Fun family day out on the farm.  Home to plenty of farm animals, including a new contingent of ducklings, lambs, foals, chicks, piglets and calves every spring, Easton Farm Park never ceases to be a popular day out for families and school trips.

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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. There's something for everyone with 155 square miles of tranquil and unspoilt landscape including wildlife-rich estuaries, ancient heaths, windswept shingle beaches and historic towns and villages.

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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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O&C Butcher

O&C Butcher

Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh has changed in many ways over the last hundred years, but one business has been an ever present in the town.

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National Trust Sutton Hoo

National Trust Sutton Hoo

Woodbridge

National Trust Sutton Hoo will be gradually revealing the new Sutton Hoo experience this year as they complete a multi-million pound project.


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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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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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Landguard Fort

Landguard Fort

Felixstowe

Discover the rich military and maritime heritage of Landguard Fort, one of England's best preserved coastal defences, with a history spanning almost 450 years. 

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Dog friendly

East Anglia Transport Museum

East Anglia Transport Museum

Lowestoft

The only museum in East Anglia where you can ride on working trams, trolley buses and narrow gauge railway!

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Waveney River Tours

Waveney River Tours

Lowestoft

Conducted river tours and boat hire through the Waveney Valley and the New Broads National Park.

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Angels & Pinnacles (Suffolk churches)

Angels & Pinnacles (Suffolk churches)

Angels and Pinnacles helps you discover Suffolk’s magnificent medieval churches, among the finest in Europe.

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WHERE TO EAT

The Sweffling White Horse

The Sweffling White Horse

A traditional pub in the village of Sweffling near Saxmundham and East Anglia Pub of the Year 2015

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The Crown and Castle

The Crown and Castle

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 Award 2017 for Fabulous Food*

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Flint Vineyard

Flint Vineyard

Flint Vineyard is set in a beautiful location overlooking the Waveney Valley, close to the bustling market town of Bungay.

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Southwold Pier - The Boardwalk, Beach Cafe and Clockhouse

Southwold Pier - The Boardwalk, Beach Cafe and Clockhouse

Southwold

Southwold Pier has a fabulous choice of restaurants and cafes to fill the gap from breakfast, through to morning coffee and pastries, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner!

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The Ufford Crown

The Ufford Crown

Woodbridge

The Ufford Crown is a Michelin recommended, family run pub and restaurant in the village of Ufford, near Woodbridge, run by Polly and Max Durrant and Head Chef Will Hardiman.

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The Ramsholt Arms

The Ramsholt Arms

Woodbridge

The Ramsholt Arms is a popular riverside pub and dining room, situated on the banks of the river Deben. The pub is recommended in the Michelin guide and in July 2015 was voted one of the top 20 places to dine alfresco in the UK by the Sunday Times.

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The Cross Keys

The Cross Keys

Delicious locally-sourced dishes and an award-winning range of Adnams beers, spirits and wines, The Cross Keys is an unmissable foodie bolthole in Aldeburgh.

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Blue Rabbit Cafe & Smallholding

Blue Rabbit Cafe & Smallholding

Delicious home-grown, home-made food from the Blue Rabbit Smallholding in Shottisham - a farm to fork experience!

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The Ship at Dunwich

The Ship at Dunwich

Dunwich

There's plenty to enjoy on The Ship's menu from: pie of the day, slow-cooked pork belly, or roast red onion tart through to traditional English puddings like sticky toffee, pear and blackberry crumble and much more, accompanied by good wines at sensible prices, or proper beers and ales - including Adnams and a range of guest ales.

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The Sorrel Horse

The Sorrel Horse

The Sorrel Horse is a community-owned quintessential English country pub with tap drawn cask ales, thatched roof, tiled floors and an original bar billiards table.

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The Queen's Head at Bramfield

The Queen's Head at Bramfield

A stunningly refurbished 16th century listed country pub, where kids, dogs and muddy boots are all most welcome!

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The Dolphin Inn

The Dolphin Inn

At the heart of Thorpeness The Dolphin Inn enjoys a great reputation among the locals for food, drink and friendly service.

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The Westleton Crown

The Westleton Crown

Dunwich

Head Chef at The Westleton Crown restaurant, James Finch, and his highly skilled team pride themselves on their imaginative and varied menus which have earned them an AA 2 Rosette restaurant award, as well as a considerable reputation.

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The Sail Loft Cafe, Bar & Restaurant

The Sail Loft Cafe, Bar & Restaurant

The Sail Loft is all about simple, good food and the welcome of a great neighbourhood restaurant offering tasty food and drink worth travelling for. That means local, seasonal ingredients, an emphasis on taste and a relaxed, hearty menu!

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Cream Tea Island at Southwold Boating Lake and Tearoom

Cream Tea Island at Southwold Boating Lake and Tearoom

Southwold

Inside, the tearoom can seat 40 people comfortably, with far more seating available outside. Families and friends can also hire the venue for birthday parties, anniversaries, mother and toddler groups, small wedding parties, wakes and coach parties.

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The Parrot

The Parrot

Dating back to the 16th Century, The Parrot certainly has a lot of history. With its exposed solid oak beams, open fire, wonky walls and low ceilings, it oozes charm and character. 

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The Harbour Inn

The Harbour Inn

Right on the water’s edge, The Harbour Inn in Southwold is a proper old Fisherman’s pub - warm, workmen-like and wonderfully buzzy, with nautical charm in abundance. 

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Dog friendly

Isaacs on the Quay

Isaacs on the Quay

Situated on the Ipswich Waterfront, Isaacs on the Quay's Grade I and Grade II* listed buildings offer something for everyone.

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Emmett's Stores

Emmett's Stores

Emmett's is the oldest artisan ham and bacon producer in the UK.

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MarkG Seafood Restaurant at The Tramway Hotel

MarkG Seafood Restaurant at The Tramway Hotel

Located at Lowestoft’s The Tramway Hotel, MarkG Seafood Restaurant and Bar opened its doors in the winter of 2015 and has not looked back!

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Oakfired at the Royal Oak

Oakfired at the Royal Oak

‘Your taste buds won’t regret it’ - EDP review October, 2017. Award winning bar and restaurant in Beccles serving authentic Neapolitan pizza cooked in front of you from their wood fired oven.

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Allen Gardiner River Cruise Restaurant 

Allen Gardiner River Cruise Restaurant

Ipswich

Allen Gardiner River Cruise Restaurant provides a unique and exciting dining experience offering breakfast and a la carte lunch, sunset supper or candlelit Dinner cruises. 

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WHERE TO STAY

9 The Whinlands

9 The Whinlands

This large family home is a Grade II listed, spacious property set over 3 floors with views to Thorpeness Common -  perfect for big get-togethers!

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The Summer House

The Summer House

The Summer House at Abbey Farm is a converted cart lodge conveniently located for visiting Snape Maltings and Aldeburgh and is surrounded by an RSPB reserve. 

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The Curious Oyster

The Curious Oyster

The Curious Oyster is a fabulous single-storey holiday cottage in the heart of historic Orford.

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Free wifi Dog friendly

Wood Farm Dairy and Stables

Wood Farm Dairy and Stables

Wood Farm Dairy and Stables are beautifully restored properties, offering luxurious accommodation in the gorgeous Suffolk countryside. The Stables is a three bedroom home offering accommodation for up to 8 people, while the Dairy is a self contained one bedroom property offering a cosy stay for up to two people.

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Canine Cottages

Canine Cottages

Canine Cottages specialises in dog-friendly holidays across the UK, with a selection of pet-friendly cottages in Suffolk where dogs are always welcome.

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Carlton Meres Holiday Park 

Carlton Meres Holiday Park

Set in a beautiful woodland location with fully stocked fishing lakes and plenty of family-friendly facilities, Carlton Meres is the perfect holiday park for your family holiday or holiday home near the Suffolk coast.

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Broadland Sands Holiday Park 

Broadland Sands Holiday Park

Broadland Sands enjoys a stunning coastal location, and is just a short drive away from Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft. This partnered with fantastic, family-friendly facilities brings the best in holiday accommodation.

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Felixstowe Beach Holiday Park 

Felixstowe Beach Holiday Park

Felixstowe Beach Holiday Park enjoys a fantastic coastal location, just minutes away from a stunning beach along the Sunrise Coast.

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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

Best of Suffolk

Best of Suffolk

Aldeburgh

Best of Suffolk like to do things differently. Their hand-picked selection of over 380 stylish, self-catering holiday cottages in Suffolk offer guests well-appointed properties in prime locations. 

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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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Dog friendly

Mollett’s Farm

Mollett’s Farm

Saxmundham

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

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Mill Hill Farm Caravan & Camping Park

Mill Hill Farm Caravan & Camping Park

Saxmundham

The peace and quiet of this campsites' surroundings make 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 barbecues after a days' fishing or sightseeing. 

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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.  Pets welcome and children over the age of 15 years.

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Sibton Park - Wilderness 

Sibton Park - Wilderness

Saxmundham

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

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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. 

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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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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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Free wifi Dog friendly

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 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 the site is perfectly situated for your East Anglian getaway.

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Dog friendly

Waterside Park 

Waterside Park

Waterside provides a welcoming village environment with a real sense of community near the stunning Suffolk coast, located in the quaint village of Corton, providing an ideal location for your holiday home away from home. 


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Dog friendly

Rainbow's End park

Rainbow's End park

Located near the North Norfolk coast, Rainbow’s End provides a beautiful location for your holiday, which is one of the most popular locations in the country! The golden beaches offer a generous stretch of soft sand accessed from the park, there is no need to leave the country to find your little taste of heaven!

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The Plough

The Plough

The Plough is a traditional Suffolk pub, situated just off the A12 near the village of Wangford. It's the perfect base from which to enjoy all Suffolk has to offer, particularly the Adnams experience! The Plough is a short 4.5 mile drive from Southwold and Adnams brewery, distillery and shop.

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Suffolk Sands Holiday Park 

Suffolk Sands Holiday Park

Suffolk Sands is a small, relaxing holiday park which enjoys a stunning beachfront location.

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Shottisham Campsite

Shottisham Campsite

Shottisham Campsite welcomes you to fifty spacious touring and camping pitches spread between five small fields, sheltered by native trees and bushes in the heart of the Deben Peninsula.

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The Five Bells Inn

The Five Bells Inn

The Five Bells Inn is a characterful country pub located a stone's throw from Wrentham and within easy reach of Southwold. 

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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  *Good Hotel Guide Editor’s Choice 2018 award for Restaurant with Rooms *

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Dog friendly

Windmill Lodges

Windmill Lodges

Woodbridge

Available throughout the year for a short break or longer. Windmill Lodges offers 4* and 5*  authentic log cabins with private hot tubs; a perfect base for exploring The Suffolk Coast.

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Thorpeness Golf Club & Hotel

Thorpeness Golf Club & Hotel

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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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 for sale, static caravans for sale, self-catering; including investment purchase self-catering, camping and touring caravan pitches. 

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Bruisyard Hall

Bruisyard Hall

Surrounded by 700 acres of grassland, farmland and woodland, Bruisyard Hall is a beautifully idyllic place to get married, host an event or enjoy a long weekend with family and friends, offering 5 star accommodation for up to 28 people.

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Original Cottages

Original Cottages

Original Cottages are the UK’s leading independent, family-owned holiday lettings company. They bring together 29 truly local brands into the Original Cottages family with over 4,300 properties all around the UK. They have a perfect UK holiday for all of their holidaymakers and are passionate about helping you find that holiday.

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Durrants Holiday Cottages

Durrants Holiday Cottages

Durrants Holiday Cottages have around eighty properties available to rent and have been offering holiday accommodation in and around The Suffolk Coast since 1905. 

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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 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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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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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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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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Old Hall Farm Barns 

Old Hall Farm Barns

Old Hall Farm offers three beautifully converted holiday barns, in the village of Walpole near Halesworth.


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Broadlands Park & Marina 

Broadlands Park & Marina

Situated where the Norfolk Broads meets Suffolk’s coast, Broadlands Park & Marina makes for an idealistic British holiday destination, offering stunning scenes of famous waterways, coastal paths and the beauty of untouched nature. 

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Five Acre Barn

Five Acre Barn

Just a short walk from the beautiful Suffolk coastline and the seaside towns of Aldeburgh and Thorpeness.

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Letheringham Water Mill Cottages

Letheringham Water Mill Cottages

Winners of the 2017 Visit England Dog Friendly Business Award!

Labradoodles Teddy & Amber invite dogs and their owners to stay! Letheringham Water Mill Cottages have blown away the cobwebs from traditional dog friendly holiday cottages with award-winning 5* exclusive portfolio.

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The Bell Inn

The Bell Inn

Situated on the village green, in the heart of picturesque Walberswick and just a stones throw from the rolling sand dunes, stands The Bell Inn.  This elegant, 600 year old pub is steeped in history, sitting in an area of outstanding natural beauty, big blue skies and fresh sea air!

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The Dolphin Inn

The Dolphin Inn

The Dolphin Inn is perfectly situated in the beautiful village of Thorpeness, a stone's throw away from the beach, meare and bustling town of Aldeburgh.

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