When it comes to the English coastline, it doesn’t get more idyllic than Suffolk. Famous for its local cider, fresh fish and seafood, charming villages, and even for its prolific culture, this is a region of the country that has a bit of something for everyone. If you’re interested in food and drink then you’re in luck, while if you’re more of an outdoor lover then you’re also in luck, and even if you have dreams of merging blustery beach walks with fascinating museums, when it comes to Suffolk, you are still in luck.
If you’re looking for somewhere to stay along Suffolk’s lovely coast then we have a truly wonderful range of seaside cottages to choose from. Whether you’re travelling with family and friends or looking for a romantic pied-a-terre just for two, we have the coastal cottages for you. Choose a beautifully decorated home perfect for a couple, which features both a lakefront dock and a short walk to the beach near Aldeburgh.
Alternatively, you could head to Kessingland, where you’ll find a pastel-painted former fisherman’s cottage waiting for you, and if that’s not enough to tempt you, why not try something more modern, such as a lakeside home with views over the waterfront in Lowestoft. Or treat yourself to something a little more traditional near Southwold, where you can stay in a wonderfully refurbished cart house, with countryside views, a hot tub and just a few short miles to the beach.
The Suffolk coastline has plenty to offer its visitors when it comes to things to do and places to go, regardless of the time of year you’re visiting or the type of weather you’re treated to. Of course, if the weather is fine, then you’ll want to spend most of your time out of doors, tramping along the sandy beaches and exploring the charming towns along the coastline, as well as further inland.
In Bury St Edmunds, for example, you can visit one of two (or both) of the town’s breweries, while also paying respect to its long history as a site of pilgrimage and taking in its handsome Georgian architecture, while over in Lavenham, the region’s ancient wool trade comes to the fore in this almost perfectly preserved medieval market town.
Visit in June and you’ll want to get caught up in the festivities at the Aldeburgh Festival of Music and Arts, while you can chase the winter blues away with a visit to the charming and atmospheric turn of the century cinema during the colder weather. However you choose to spend your time in Suffolk, you’ll be glad you did so while staying in one of our excellent coastal cottages.
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