The beautiful county of Suffolk is home to some truly picturesque towns and villages, all steeped in rich history and heritage!
Our luxury Suffolk holiday cottages sit in prime locations with uninterrupted sea views, right on the beach, in the heart of country estates and deep in the beautiful Suffolk countryside. There really is so much to do in Suffolk!
Whilst you’re here, you can explore Suffolk’s coastal villages, the Brecks, ancient woodlands, valleys and coastal villages. If you love a good walk, cycle or a horse ride, then Suffolk’s low-lying, gentle landscape is perfect for you.
The Suffolk Coast is a popular destination for nature lovers and beach-goers. The charming seaside towns, such as Aldeburgh and Southwold are great for family holidays and the historic villages are romantic places to stay. The villages and towns on the coast, once rich trading ports in the middle ages, were the inspiration for the composer Sir Benjamin Britten. More recently it has inspired Maggi Hambling, whose much loved, Scallop sculpture on Aldeburgh Beach which celebrates Benjamin Britten’s work.
From the east to the west, under breathtaking skies, the varied landscape of Suffolk changes subtly. On the coast in the east, you will find a coastline of shingle shores, sandy beaches!
There are five estuaries and associated saltmarsh, mudflats, grazing marshes and reed beds, plus the internationally famous RSPB Minsmere, where you can watch avocets and marsh harriers and if you’re lucky, hear bitterns booming in the reed beds.
Suffolk is steeped in fascinating cultural history and the arts are as vibrant today as they were in centuries past. From exploring Constable County, partying at Latitude Festival or enjoying an evening at Snape Maltings with their varied cultural calendar, we think Suffolk can put on quite a performance!