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Whether you're travelling as a couple, a group or with the whole family, Holidu has the best accommodation options in Suffolk, in places like Waveney District, Mildenhall, Dedham Vale. Suffolk is a romantic destination with cosy cottages, which Holidu provides for you to choose from, including some very close to the beach at Felixstowe, where the peace of the sea will lull you through the day and into the night. Others have swimming pools for you to relax by after a stroll through the city with so many tales of love and British royalty, this is sure to be your dream holiday!Wonderful pet-friendly cottages
Enjoy a stay full of English comfort and Victorian luxuries that will make you feel like you're in your own palace with the lovely cottages Holidu has for you. You can even bring your pets with you to enjoy a beautiful garden while you sip your afternoon tea and breathe in nature. Traditional architecture with modern touches and a typical English style that will captivate you from the beginning.
Travellers and activities
Who's read the books in The Cursed Kings series? I bet all these streets in this county will remind you of all the legends and true stories that took place there. Suffolk is steeped in history and has many attractions, such as Framlingham Castle and the 6th and 7th century archaeological site. And if you like more recent history you should know that this city is the birthplace of Ed Sheeran and Ralph Fiennes, so you can walk through its streets and imagine that these two idols have passed through them hundreds of times.Suffolk for nature lovers
The county of Suffolk, in the east of England, is a relaxing destination, where you can breathe fresh air, enjoy the wind hitting your face, observe the almost unreal green of its almost infinite nature reserves and plains. And how about enjoying a typical dish outdoors in one of its many restaurants and then strolling through one of its art galleries open to the public or simply taking a pleasant and safe boat ride to fall in love with the incredible landscapes of the east coast of Suffolk.
Did you know that between 1889 and 1974 this county was divided into two: East Suffolk and West Suffolk?
Top 7 travel tips in Suffolk
If you love royalty and its stories, a visit to Framlingham Castle, a spectacular 12th century tourist attraction, is a must. Anecdotally, the land on which the castle was built belonged to Queen Mary I and now houses a splendid public garden and the remains of the old Framlingham workhouse. A walk along the ramparts is an unforgettable adventure, and admiring the panoramic views of Framlingham from the 10.5 metre high castle walls is an unforgettable experience. You can also enjoy it with the little ones of the house as they have a family route where to close the visit you can have lunch in the palace cafeteria.2. Walk through Snape Maltings
Snape Maltings is ideal for browsing the most amazing boutiques, food outlets and current art exhibitions. Once an industrial building where beer was brewed, it was renovated in 1969 and is now a cultural centre par excellence. It hosts concerts and a variety of seasonal shows. Snape Maltings is located on the marshes overlooking the River Alde, offering reed field exploration, boat trips to see the whole landscape and feel the British breeze in every pore of your skin.3. Immerse yourself in nature at the Suffolk Owl Sanctuary
The Suffolk Owl Sanctuary is a nature reserve located in Mid Suffolk. Since 2001 it has been open to the public for all, tourists and locals alike, to observe over 80 owls and birds of prey, including vultures and a bald eagle. In addition, twice a day you can watch flight displays or learn about animal conservation initiatives in the region. Within the reserve you'll find the Woodland Walk and share it with meerkats and red squirrels.4. At RSPB Minsmere you'll see the rarest birds you can imagine
RSPB Minsmere is another Suffolk nature reserve home to countless species of wildlife and rare birds. Located on the Suffolk coast, it's the perfect place for birdwatching and photography, with the expert favourite being the nightingale, especially in the spring season. There's nothing to worry about as they have guided tours for first-timers who want to get to know it in depth. It is important that you wear waterproof shoes as it is quite wet.5. You won't believe the amazing exhibits at the Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum
This museum opened in 1975 and displays over 66 aircraft in its various indoor and outdoor sections. Not only can you observe them, but they also allow you to feel like a pilot by climbing into the cockpits of some of the aircraft, such as the Fokker F27 Friendship. The Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum also displays some vintage vehicles and war-related exhibits.6. Climb Southwold Lighthouse
This lighthouse has enjoyed great popularity since its construction in 1887. To this day it guides ships up the east coast to Southwold harbour. At the top of the 113 steps, you will be amazed by the entire landscape of the town of Southwold. For safety reasons you should wear closed shoes and very young children will not be allowed inside.7. Tour The Fens
The Fens is a much-visited marshland area in the east of England. It is over 3,800 square kilometres of ecological extravaganza with a myriad of wildlife species within, most notably whiskers and bitterns. One of the experiences you can have here is adventure walking on the Fen Edge Trailer. In the winter months, there are those who practice something akin to ice skating known as fen skating.
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