Self Catering Cottages in Suffolk
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Suffolk is one of six areas that form East Anglia, a beautiful region of England that affords less rainfall than many others and is conveniently located above, and within easy reach of London. Renowned for its pretty colourful villages, beautiful heritage coastline, historic wool towns, festivals and rolling countryside, Suffolk has huge appeal and is a popular choice of holiday destination at any time of the year. Read More
A comfy welcoming retreat providing stylish self-catering enhanced by original features, ideally placed on the Norfolk/Suffolk borders. An excellent base for exploring the many attractions of Suffolk and Norfolk, as well as Norwich city.
A stylish comfortable holiday home on the Norfolk/Suffolk borders, ideally placed in the picturesque Waveney Valley providing an ideal base from which to explore the many attractions of these two beautiful counties including the heritage coastline, historic market towns and Broadland villages.
Furnished and equipped to a high standard, this lovely holiday cottage is ideally positioned within a short stroll to the historic Suffolk market town of Framlingham with its good selection of restaurants, pubs and medieval castle. Set amongst beautiful Suffolk countryside, the area offers lovely cycling, walking and is within easy reach of Suffolk's beautiful Heritage Coast.
Situated in a picturesque part of Suffolk within nine acres of grounds. This delightful holiday home sleeps up to ten or can be combined with three luxury Yurts and a delightful cottage room, to sleep up to twenty four. Perfect for a family holiday or gathering of friends. Hen groups welcome. 4 Star Gold.
Sitting in a peaceful nature reserve amongst Suffolk countryside not far from the coast, The Balancing Barn provides a truly unique self-catering experience with immense 'wow' factor both inside and out. Clad in silver tiles that make it sparkle in the sun light, this impressive building has been built to a very high specification and takes full advantage of its wonderful position and beautiful panoramic views.
This welcoming holiday cottage is located in the idyllic village of Snape and within walking distance of Snape Maltings and the village. Pretty from the outside in, guests have a log burner for winter breaks and the glorious Heritage Coastline within easy reach for when the sunshines. Aldeburgh, Southwold, Orford, Thorpeness and RSPB Minsmere are just a few of the local attractions.
Dating back some two hundred years, this spacious self-catering holiday cottage is located on the edge of the peaceful Suffolk village of Tunstall and is within easy reach of Suffolk's glorious Heritage coastline with the popular seaside resorts of Aldeburgh, Southwold and Orford. Plenty of family attractions and lovely cycling.
Stylish throughout, this Four Star Gold barn conversion sits in a peaceful countryside setting just minutes from the seaside town of Southwold on the Suffolk Heritage coast. Lovely cycling on quiet lanes, an abundance of attractions, beaches and nature reserves, and within driving distance of Norwich and the Norfolk Broads. 4 Star Gold.
Bright and cheerful, The Lodge is the perfect retreat for couples wanting to explore Suffolk's glorious Heritage Coast. Southwold is just moments away and there are lovely walks and fabulous cycle rides along quiet leafy lanes, along with an abundance of attractions for day trips out including the Norfolk Broads and Norwich. 4 Star Gold.
Light and airy throughout, Little Barn provides plenty of space for couples to relax in Four Star Gold accommodation, amidst peaceful Suffolk countryside, just moments from Southwold by the sea. A superb base for discovering the beauty of the Heritage coast, cycling, and exploring with Norwich and the Norfolk Broads within driving distance. 4 Star Gold.
Oozing character and style, this dog-friendly holiday home provides a luxurious romantic retreat in the heart of Suffolk. A perfect base for exploring Suffolk's many attractions.
Sitting in a desirable residential area of the popular Suffolk seaside town of Southwold, this welcoming holiday home provides traditional accommodation ideal for a family holiday by the sea. Shops, pubs, the beach, Southwold lighthouse, its famous pier and the harbour are all a pebble's throw away making this ideal for those who prefer to leave the car behind. And for those happy to drive, there are an abundance of attractions and day trips out.
A detached one bedroom holiday apartment in the lovely village of Snape in rural Suffolk. Close to the heritage coastline, this is an ideal base for exploring the local beaches with Aldeburgh being a popular local choice, castles, towns and countryside. Bring your bike and cycle the leafy lanes, walking boots, binoculars for bird watching and beach towel for lazy days.
An immaculate impressive barn conversion sitting in a countryside position in Badley, a peaceful little hamlet on the outskirts of the historic town of Needham Market in Suffolk. Ideal for large groups of friends or families wanting to get together or celebrate a special occasion and within easy reach of the coastline and areas many attractions.
A quaint Suffolk holiday cottage with heaps of character, providing cosy holiday accommodation for up to four guests. Ideal for couples and families, St Cedds is close to Halesworth and sits in the little hamlet of Chediston within easy driving distance of the Suffolk Heritage coastline and its many attractions for great days out.
A characterful stylish dog-friendly holiday home with hot tub located in a covered garden room, providing a cosy romantic retreat for two in the heart of Suffolk. A perfect base for exploring Suffolk's many attractions.
A romantic charming 16th Century holiday cottage in the heart of the pretty Suffolk hamlet of Kersey. Ideal for walking, cycling, exploring Suffolk or just curling up in front of the fire. 4 Star Gold.
An exceptionally attractive Suffolk Farmhouse with heaps of character sitting in a peaceful countryside position within easy reach of the areas many attractions. With a large garden and wood burning stove, this is a cosy retreat at any time of the year and perfect for a family holiday or weekend away with friends.
The Old School House is a lovely late Victorian property that has recently been refurbished to a high standard to provide comfortable accommodation for families or groups of up to five people. Located near the centre of the village of Glemsford, it is surrounded by the sort of lush Suffolk countryside that inspired artists like Gainsborough and Constable. The village has several shops and takeaways, with more available in Long Melford, just a short drive away. Lavenham, Clare and Bury St Edmunds are all within a 30-minute drive, and there is ample opportunity for walking, cycling, golf and horse riding nearby.
Oozing character and style, this dog-friendly holiday home with hot tub provides a luxurious romantic retreat in the heart of Suffolk countryside with the areas many attractions including the coast, wool towns, Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds within easy reach. The hot tub is the icing on the cake!
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Many head to the east of the county to visit the stunning coastline which stretches for some forty five miles, with both beautiful sandy beaches and shingle shores. Sitting within the Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB, Aldeburgh is possibly one of the most popular seaside retreats with its Blue Flag shingle beach, fantastic independent boutiques, fine restaurants, traditional pubs and great fish and chips! Lowestoft is another popular choice for those looking for a traditional seaside experience, with its sandy beaches, colourful beach huts and iconic lighthouse that keeps watch over the town. Surrounded by beautiful countryside is the charming heritage seaside town of Southwold, famed for its award winning pier and loved for its golden sands, weekly markets and excellent restaurants and pubs selling local ales brewed by Southwold based Adnams.
The heart of Suffolk is home to the wool towns and villages, which gained their wealth in the 15th Century from the wool trade. Still very much encapsulated in the bygone era, picturesque villages and towns such as Lavenham, Clare, Cavendish, Long Melford and Kersey still today show some of the finest examples of medieval architecture in the country.
A visit to Suffolk would not be complete without a trip to the wetland broads in the north of the county. The Norfolk and Suffolk Broads is the largest protected wetland area in the country – a haven for wildlife (great for bird watchers!) with National Park status.
With a diverse landscape of heritage coastline, wetland areas, historic towns, quintessentially English villages and beautiful rolling countryside, Suffolk is a unique and popular holiday destination and a convenient location for many seeking a weekend-away. If you only have a couple of nights to see Suffolk's many attractions, take a look at our 'whirl-wind' tour guide to help you experience a true taste of Suffolk life.
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