Popular Lettings in Woodbridge
Highlights in Woodbridge
- Foodie town
- The market Square
- Woodbridge Tide Mill
- Framlingham Castle
- Family days out
Most popular in Woodbridge
Holiday rentals and lettings in Woodbridge
Central Woodbridge rentals, glorious riverside locations and peaceful lettings that will make you feel like home, most of them close to the centre and the main attractions within walking distance. This is a well-known city for its golfing, swimming, spas and bars. A very welcoming place with lots of history and culture. Some holiday rentals will let you admire the beautiful scenery surrounding if you move 4 or 7 miles away from the city centre.A comfortable holiday rental in Suffolk
Cosy little properties, beamed small cottages or traditional refurbished barns with everything you need. Families, friends and couples are welcome in these rentals that can accommodate up to 6 people depending on the area. Internet services, fully equipped kitchens with all the appliances to enjoy a relaxed evening, parking areas if you take your car with you and pet friendly rentals if you wish to take your little friends. Spacious living quarters, a nice swimming pool to take a little dip and a hot tub for a relaxing getaway.
Holiday in Woodbridge
The area and getting around
Woodbridge is a town in Suffolk, East Anglia, England, about 8 miles from the sea coast. Locals and visitors alike admire the whimsical views across the river, have a coffee on the Quayside or take lovely strolls along its pathways. On Market hill you can enjoy the vintage market, the craft market or food markets held by local producers throughout the year. The rest of independent shops in the area cover every single item you can think of. Come and have a look!Discovering charming Suffolk
Go and sample some of the eateries in and out the city, try some freshly caught fish, and local produce such as asparagus and also the locally-sourced café fare. A casual or more formal dinner at The Crown or a foamy cappuccino at the FireStation cafe. When it comes to tucking in to delicious bites, you are spoilt for choice in Woodbridge! On the banks of the River Deben, Woodbridge is also the perfect base from which to explore the Suffolk Coast and the tourist attractions. A stroll around the shops, a sailing experience and a popular destination for nature lovers and beach-goers alike.
Travellers and activities
Enjoy the outstanding natural beauty of one of England’s finest landscapes where you will find many walking routes through wetlands, ancient heaths, historic towns and stunning beaches. Romantic and quiet walks by the river in an incomparable nature scenery surrounded by stunning views and splendid routes to choose and discover the nationally protected Deben estuary.A paradise for foodie lovers
The Market Square hosts a fortnightly farmers market and there are often other events and markets taking place there, including a very popular antiques market. But Woodbridge and Suffolk itself has grown its reputation as the Foodie County. Many foodies visit the best restaurants to experience this award-winning cuisine or supping the local tipple in a creaky-beamed pub. The Turk’s Head in Hasketon, The Unruly Pig in Bromeswell or The pier in Harwich to name a few. So much food to sample and local delicacies that will raise your taste buds. Supreme local produce, quality ingredients and Michelin-starred chefs will make the perfect combination for a successful recipe!
Did you know that the White Mill on the River Deben in Woodbridge, the current version of which dates from 1793, is one of only two remaining tide mills in Britain?
Top 5 travel spots in Woodbridge
This square hosts a fortnightly farmers market. Woodbridge is a picturesque market town that was voted as one of only six top Foodie Towns in the UK.2. A working mill in the heart of Suffolk
River Deben, where Woodbridge lies, is home to one of the most important landmarks of this area, the Woodbridge Tide Mill that dates from 1170. It has been restored and at certain times, it’s open to the public from May to September. The big oak water wheel turning, grinding of the grains and the traditional production of flour as it has been done for hundreds of years. Children and adults can participate in interactive activities guided by wardens.3. Sutton Hoo, the greatest archaeological discovery
This is a world famous, awe-inspiring Anglo-Saxon royal burial site with lots of strange tales and superstitions amongst the locals. It lies on a stretch of sandy heathland dotted by mysterious mounds of earth. Walk around the ancient burial mounds and discover the story that lies beneath including the ship burial of a king and his cherished possessions. Visit the exhibitions, the full-size reconstructed burial chamber and see original founds from the excavations, including a sword!4. Activities and fun for all
A fun day out with the family and the little ones. You can visit Easton Farm Park, Oasis Camel Centre, history-based kids activities at the Tide Mill or visit East Anglia transport Museum or the Aviation museum. Plenty of fun to have at Suffolk’s nature reserves where the kids can enjoy pond dipping and den building.5. The famous Framlingham Castle
This is a magnificent 12th century fortress with a very fascinating past that makes a wonderful day out for all the family. It has also become famous because it inspired Ed Sheeran hit “Castle on the Hill”, where features lyrical references to this area, the town where he grew up. As a result, the castle has seen a boost in visitors.