Self catering holiday cottages in Woodbridge, Suffolk, England
Facts about Cottage Breaks in Woodbridge
Within Woodbridge itself there are some lovely boutique shops as well as independent shops, pubs and restaurants. The town also benefits from a riverside location. For waterside walks and relaxing by the river head down to the Woodbridge Tide Mill museum. This working tide mill is now an interesting museum where you can learn more about the history of the mill and explore this fascinating building. Also down by the water is the Waterfront Café which sells a variety of fine food and wine.
Also in Woodbridge is the award winning Suffolk Punch Heavy Horse Museum, a museum which specialises in all things related to the punch breed of horses. To learn more about the town, visit the Woodbridge museum which focuses on the history of this charming town. For more hints and tips on things to see and do in this part of Suffolk on a self-catering break we recommend that you pop in to Woodbridge’s Tourist Information Centre, located on the High Street.
Woodbridge is perhaps best known for its proximity to the National Trust visitor attraction of Sutton Hoo. This fascinating royal burial site was discovered in 1939 and has been described by some of one of the most important recent archaeological discoveries so if taking a cottage holiday in this part of Suffolk don’t miss it!
Whether you opt for a rural country cottage stay or a log cabin holiday, we hope you have the best of times in and around Woodbridge.