Book a high quality holiday home in Suffolk, England, East Anglia
Suffolk in East Anglia is an excellent destination for people who enjoy self-catered holidays. Suffolk cottage breaks tend to be very good value. Not only is there a good selection of quality accommodation on offer, but it's usually located in attractive settings. Use the links below to discover pretty country cottages for holidays and short breaks in Suffolk.
Accommodation only holiday rentals in Suffolk
Dotted with the most attractive cottages and farmhouses, Suffolk is a peaceful, rural county, with gentle rolling farmland that appears to stretch for miles. It has some of England's best examples of small medieval towns, country churches, moated farmhouses, mills and castles. Lavenham is probably the best example of a medieval town which originally built its wealth on the cloth trade. Today, you will find pretty colour-washed and half-timbered buildings in charming villages and market towns, pubs with good traditional English food. Other medieval towns worth visiting are those of: Long Melford, Hadleigh, Boxford, Bildeston, Clare, Cavendish, Groton, Kersey, and Monks Eleigh.
There is much demand for small one and two bedroom holiday homes. Older couples whose children have left home are able to enjoy frequent short breaks. Take a look at these one or two bedroom holiday rentals near Ipswich in Suffolk. Ipswich is a large market town that has a marina and good travel connections. It can be a very good base for anyone wishing to explore south Suffolk and yet stay close to the town's amenities.
Family breaks near Suffolk Tourist Attractions
You may wish to book a holiday cottage in Suffolk so that you can take the children to one its tourist attractions. View a selection of self-catered cottages with a garden that would be good for family holidays in Suffolk.
Holiday cottage rentals near Pleasurewood Hills on the north Suffolk coast near Lowestoft.
Dog owning families looking for a coastal holiday in Suffolk may be interested in slightly larger holiday homes. Find three bedroom pet friendly holiday cottages to rent in Suffolk.
The features that people look for in Suffolk holiday rentals:
- Large beds, either kingsize or superking
- Holiday cottages in Suffolk that have a hot tub
- Holiday home rentals in Suffolk that have a swimming pool
- Cottages with an inglenook fireplace
- Cosy holiday homes in Suffolk that have a woodburner
- Holiday cottages in Suffolk that have a barbecue (bbq) in the garden
Cottage holidays near the Suffolk coast
The Suffolk coast offers a mixture of broad sandy beaches in the north, mud flats and nature reserves in the south. There are numerous boating and yacht clubs, good coastal paths for walks with views. You might be able to find a holiday letting overlooking a harbour or the coast. The pretty seaside town of Southwold attracts numerous visitors to the beach, to its art shows and galleries, as does the waterfront and ancient burial ground of Sutton Hoo in Woodbridge, near the Suffolk coast.
Book a dogs welcome holiday home in Suffolk
Outdoor types will enjoy being out and about in Suffolk. There are numerous nature reserves, parks and marked paths including the Coast and Heaths Path (50 miles), Angles Way (77 miles), and Stour Valley Path (60 miles). The 45 miles long coastline is natural and unspoiled, a place to go sailing and enjoy watersports as well as bird watch. Suffolk is ideal for dog-friendly holidays. Couples taking a short break in the Suffolk countryside may be interested in one bedroom dog-friendly holiday cottages to rent. If you prefer to be nearer the coast, view a choice of pet friendly holiday homes to rent in coastal Suffolk.
Holiday cottages and self-catering accommodation in Suffolk: