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Highlights in Suffolk
- The ultimate foodie destination
- Historical and unique towns
- A unique breed of horses
- Special market and wool towns
- The wildest holiday experience
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Suffolk
Wondering where to stay in Suffolk? Nature-filled north, the busy coastal towns or the wonderful Wool Towns of the west, the county of Suffolk offers amazing experiences and incredible settings to spend some time with family and friends. Lowes, Beccles or Bungay in The Broads and Waveney Valley are great to explore the waterways and the beaches. Heading east, Dunwich, Woodbridge, Orford or Thorpeness boast an incredible wild beauty along the rugged coastline. And the Wool Towns in the west, such as Clare, Sudbury or Lavenham are medieval and old villages with fascinating history. Find your holiday rental now! Which one are you going to choose?Well presented properties for all travellers
Detached and semi detached holiday rentals in and out of Suffolk offer the travellers cosy accommodation, lovely rooms, fantastic lounges, open plan kitchenettes and the best amenities to have a fantastic time with friends, family or a romantic getaway to celebrate a special occasion. Fantastic lettings close to the main areas with eateries, pubs, shops and main attractions. If you crave for some privacy, look for fenced properties with their own garden
Holidays in Suffolk
The area and getting around
Suffolk is a historic area in the east of England. The Suffolk Coast is a popular destination for family holidays, nature lovers and beach-goers alike. A holiday here is plenty of options for a whole day, a weekend getaway or a whole week. Looking for couple and family activities? The landscape is the first on the list. The stunning scenery invites you to explore the walking trails, take a ride on your bike, go birdwatching, wait for the right light to catch special moments with your camera or simply have a lazy day at the beach. There is always something to do, to see and to look forward to. Are you starting to plan your next trip to Suffolk yet?A whole world to discover
Travelling with children to Suffolk is a great option. Kids will have the time of their lives exploring nature or admiring rare animals from different breeding farms, parks full of pretty animals, playgrounds in the forest, lots of festivals and the best country sport all: crabbing! Get your bucket and see how fun it is trying to catch as many crabs as your friends. Adults can enjoy these activities too as well as fantastic visits to the breathtaking Framlingham Castle, Orford Castle or Bungay Castle. Visit the medieval towns of Woodbridge or Bury St Edmunds and the beautiful gardens of Glemham Hall, Melford Hall, Helmingham Hall or Christchurch Park to immerse yourself in fantastic strolls in and around Suffolk and combine heritage and culture exploring them.
Travellers and activities
Discover a county full of fantastic pubs and the best breweries, where the stories about beer making involve monks and female brewers. And why is Suffolk the foodie county? Because of the amazing and growing reputation of its gastronomic offer that includes award-winning restaurants, world-class food and drink producers, excellent markets and fantastic cooking and food festivals. From tastings to cookery demonstrations and activities for the whole family can be enjoyed at the acclaimed Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival. And even better… What about foraging your own food and then cooking it with the best county’s food experts?Suffolk for markets lovers
Do you love markets and browse around the stalls to find the perfect gift of bargain? Halesworth has lots to offer including culture and festivals, beaches and great shopping. Farlingham is a medieval market town with a stunning castle and lots of vineyard tours. Another interesting market town is Stowmarket, surrounded by splendid countryside and family attractions such as Stonham Barns or the Owl Sanctuary.
Have you been to the furthest east point in the UK? It is in Suffolk. If you make it to Lowestoft and reach Ness point first thing at the crack of dawn, you will be the first one to see the sunrise in the UK!
Top 5 travel tips in Suffolk
Ascot is known for the horse races event held every year and Newmarket is famous as the home of horse racing. Spend some days discovering the great tradition that links Suffolk to horses at the Racecourses, Tattersalls auction house, National Horse Racing Museum, the Jockey Club, the National Heritage Centre for British Horseracing and Sporting Art. The popular Punch horses were first bred in Suffolk, where the line started from a single stallion. These chestnut draught beauties are gentle, stocky and hardworking.2. Visit the maritime town of Ipswich
Ipswich boasts a stylish marina in a historic location where tradition meets cutting-edge culture. Stroll around the old streets and get to know about the past of this maritime town, see the masterpieces by John Constable and enjoy theatre plays or shows at DanceEast. For water lovers, there are boat trips up the river you can book for a day and enjoy a perspective of Ipswich from the water.3. Have a drink at the smallest pub in the country
Claimed to be the smallest pub in the country, the Nutshell, located in Bury St Edmunds is a tiny and historic pub in town that has been serving beer to his clients since 1867. The maximum number of people squeezing in was 102, but do not worry! On Friday night, you can easily find a spot to enjoy a cold beer.4. Go wild in Suffolk
To have the wildest holidays in Suffolk why not try swimming in the beautiful rivers, fly some hawks, go on a safari to spot the red deer or sleep under the stars? The area of The Brecks is plenty of wildlife, especially the Thetford Forest that has from deer to buzzards and the most unique landscapes to explore. In Brandon Country Park, there are three trails, each one offering different possibilities: the Purple Trail with a fabulous arboretum and the popular Beech Avenue, the Red Trail to spot birds, squirrels and deer and finally, the Orange trail, a harder but very rewarding one that leads to the haunted mausoleum, admiring the fantastic beauty of the deep forest.5. Surfing in Suffolk
Cannot wait to get on your board? Suffolk has about 50 miles of coastline with some of the best spots in Lowestoft, Southwold and Walberswick. This was a well-kept secret by locals. More surfers have discovered that the northerly swells, especially from October to March, and benefit from these three spots in Suffolk, making it ideal to surf the waves during those months. The rest of the year it is also possible to keep practising this fantastic water sport.