East Anglian self-catering tennis breaks

1 properties match your search for Rent a holiday cottage in East Anglia with a tennis court

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Family-Friendly
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Price from £750
Next available 10/02 to 17/02/23
sleeps 2 - 24 guests 2 - 24
5 bedrooms 5
7 bathrooms 7
dog-friendly cottage, 2 dog(s) welcome2

5 bedroom Large Country House

Unique Grade II listed holiday barn situated next to meadows and ponds in rural Suffolk with an attractive enclosed garden.

Facilities & Features: TVGames roomTennis court
* Price quoted is not inclusive of any applicable booking fees or local charges.

Rent a holiday cottage in East Anglia that has tennisSo you would like to include some tennis during your cottage break in East Anglia? Survey this collection of small to large holiday cottages in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex to see whether there is somewhere that you would love to stay. Some of the larger properties are ideal for the bigger family group; there should be a few tennis players among them!

Regular tennis players tend to posses a good raquet and proper tennis balls and are willing to take their own equipment on holiday. It is not necessary to wear white, any old comfortable clothing will do. The important thing is to enjoy playing a few games and doing the things that you love on holiday.

All of the holiday cottages are of a very good standard, somewhere that you can relax and make yourself comfortable. The cottage complexes most probably also offer other facilities so do click on the photographs to read about the type of holiday that you can enjoy at each cottage.

East Anglia is a favourite holiday destination for families who adore those sandy beaches along the north Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk coasts. Anywhere north of Jaywick in Essex is good for family seaside breaks and it's good to have a mix of activities during a holiday. There are also various nature reserves along the coast such as Minsmere and the Suffolk Coast National Nature Reserve in Suffolk, at the back of Southwold, the Blakeney and Holkham Nature Reserves in Norfolk and a string of others in Essex. For all the fun of the fair, visit the Pleasurewood Hills theme park just north of Lowestoft. All the big seaside towns such as Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft and Clacton-on-Sea have rides and spills galore for that adrenalin rush on holiday and when you return to your holiday home, pop down to the tennis courts and give those yellow balls a battering to get rid of any excess energy.

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