February Half Term in Suffolk? So many reasons to say yes!

As January brings the back to school vibe, thoughts of February Half Term start to appear at the back of every parents mind. Before it starts looming on the calendar, why not book a spontaneous break in Suffolk for the whole family to enjoy? Simply pack your scarves, gloves and wellington boots and set off for a February family adventure!

Get outdoors

The stunning Suffolk coastline and countryside is the ideal choice for an impromptu break this February half term. According to the MET Office, February 2018 ranked amongst the top 10 sunniest Februaries in the UK since 1929. What could be better than getting the kids outdoors taking a break from technology whilst they enjoy some warming winter sunshine? This February feel the fresh air in your lungs in some of Suffolk’s stunning wide open spaces before cosying up by the fire.

Lambing Season at Jimmy’s Farm

Your perfectly timed arrival into Suffolk this February half term means you will be here for the start of lambing season at Jimmy’s Farm. In addition to the usual menagerie of rabbits, guinea pigs and alpacas, you will be some of the first to see and get up close with this seasons new-born lambs.

Snowdrop Walks

February means snowdrops in Suffolk! Why not take in the stunning snowdrop garden and walk at Kentwell Hall and Gardens and warm up with a hot chocolate in the cosy tearoom afterwards?

Ideal for families no matter the weather

Suffolk is home to a fine collection of attractions that are open all year round, so should there be a drop or two of rain you and your family will be spoilt for choice for things to do. Suffolk has it covered for adventure seekers with go karting, climbing walls and swimming pools galore. The maze of stone passages at Orford Castle are a wondrous place to keep active imaginations busy, and 91 steps to the castle keep to climb!

With more reasons than ever to book a family break in Suffolk this February Half Term, what are you waiting for? Book online with Best of Suffolk today or contact our friendly and knowledgeable team who will be more than happy to help.

Sources:
Met Office: https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/climate/uk/summaries/2018/february
Jimmy’s Farm: https://jimmysfarm.com/
Kentwell Hall: http://www.kentwell.co.uk/events/hall-gardens/spring-bulbs
Orford Castle: https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/orford-castle/