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Southwold Cottage 6

Southwold, Suffolk, East of England

Southwold Cottage From £1411 Availability

The delightful and beautifully restored Victorian Southwold Cottage is located in a quiet spot in the heart of the trendy Suffolk town of Southwold. With spacious accommodation for six plus a dog, this wonderful holiday home is a fabulous base.

The ever popular Southwold is fantastic with charming independent shops, cosy restaurants and pubs and a wonderful beach featuring colourful beach huts. Southwold is one of Suffolk’s most picturesque seaside towns, and it is easy to see why Southwold Cottage is booked so frequently.

The cottage was recently refurbished to a very high standard. It is stylish, superbly comfortable and offers super comfy furnishings, a gourmet kitchen, a cosy wood-burning stove and three spectacular bedrooms. Much attention has been given to the detail, and the colour palettes are wonderful. The living area is open plan in design with a stylish and comfortable lounge around the wood burner, an elegant dining table and a top-notch kitchen. The DeVol kitchen cabinets are painted a cool olive colour, and the kitchen is complete with a Miele range cooker, other Miele appliances, a Belfast sink and, of course, a Nespresso coffee machine. Sparkling white countertops and striking bronze taps complete the picture giving you no excuse not to come up with a delicious gourmet meal. Guests can sit at the quality dining table with a glass of wine, keeping the chef company!

All three bedrooms are upstairs in various muted shades of blue. You can choose been the Cornish, azure or eggshell blue panelled rooms, all of which offer a warm and elegant ambience. All of the bedrooms are illuminated with natural Suffolk light from the big windows. The master bedroom features a superb kingsize bed and a beautiful ensuite shower room. The other bedrooms offer double beds and share the outstanding family bathroom with its fabulous roll-top bath and shower. It is decorated in the same way as the ensuite shower room.

Outside the door, you can venture on foot to enjoy the delights of Southwold and the bracing coast where you will find the attractive, bustling fishing harbour and the iconic pier. What joy!

Southwold Cottage is found in a quiet little corner of the very scenic town of Southwold. There are few seaside towns quite so quintessentially British as Southwold. With its fine sandy beach and beach hut lined promenade, its refurbished pier and its renowned lighthouse, the town offer a wonderful holiday environment and a welcoming atmosphere.

Southwold lies between Aldeburgh and Lowestoft on the Suffolk Heritage Coast. It is almost an island, being bounded by the North Sea to the East, by the River Blyth and Southwold Harbour to the South West and Buss Creek to the North. There is only one road in and out of the town.

The town is home to the famous Adnams Brewery, a previous winner of The Good Pub Guide’s Brewery of the Year. The brewing rooms are set just behind the High Street adjacent to the town’s iconic lighthouse. You can take a brewery tour throughout the year and can sample the Adnams beers everywhere.

The Southwold Pier is another town focal point. The pier is lined with shops, eateries and amusements. It is a very popular place to be! The working lighthouse is a coastal mark where you can take a tour. It is open subject to weather conditions and is very interesting.

You can take some lovely walks straight from Southwold Cottage. A delightful walk is to cross the River Blyth by foot ferry to Walberswick, crossing back by the footbridge and exploring the trackbed of the old Southwold Railway. This is a gorgeous area where you can enjoy fresh air, good food and wonderful hospitality.

Lowestoft is another fabulous seaside town with much entertainment including the wonderful Somerleyton Hall and Gardens, the East Anglia Transport Museum, Africa Alive, Sparrow’s Nest and Gardens, the Marina Theatre and various other museums.

Aldeburgh is a wonderful escape and is world-renowned thanks to its connection with Benjamin Britten, the founder of the Aldeburgh Festival which takes place every June. It is very pretty with pastel-coloured 19th-century homes lining the promenade and a wonderful pebble beach with fisherman’s huts selling the local daily catch.

Stunning lodge with large decking at Azure Seas in Suffolk ref 4

Lowestoft, Suffolk, East of England

Stunning lodge with large decking at Azure Seas in Suffolk ref From £854 Availability

9, Ocean Glade Phase 1 - Azure Seas Park, Suffolk

Stunning lodge with a modern and homely interior, beautifully furnished. With large outside decking area to relax in the sunshine.

2 bed lodge, sleeps 4. With central heating, double glazing, full wrap-around decking and free WiFi. Platinum-Deluxe rated.

Modern fitted kitchen with integrated oven, separate gas hob rings, built-in microwave, integrated full-size fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
Dining area with table and chairs.
Homely lounge with free standing furniture, electric fire and TV with Freeview.

Utility room with washing machine for guest use.

Bed 1: King-size bed, en-suite shower with toilet and wash basin
Bed 2: Two single beds

Family shower room with toilet and wash basin.

Good to know
• Linen & Towels: Not included
• Dog friendly: Yes, 2 small dogs allowed, fees apply
• WiFi: Yes
• Parking: Allocated, next to accommodation
• Heating: Central heating & electric fire

Enhance your stay with additional service, please contact us for price & availability
• Linen package (towels not included) subject to availability
• Early check-in
• Late check-out

• CONTRACTORS & commercial vehicles: NOT PERMITTED
• GROUPS: Restrictions WILL APPLY for all-male or all-female parties of 3+ people if not immediate family or couples, please contact us prior to booking
• LEAD BOOKER: MUST BE 21 at the time of booking and one person staying in the accommodation must be over 21 years old.

This lodge is located in Lowestoft. Dip Farm Pitch and Putt and Gorleston Golf Club are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the area's natural beauty can explore Norfolk Broads and Kessingland Country Park. Pleasurewood Hills and Royal Naval Patrol Service Museum are also worth visiting.

Suffolk Rose Hall 22

Suffolk, Suffolk, East of England

Suffolk Rose Hall From £12672 Availability

Welcome to the extraordinary Rose Hall on the Suffolk Heritage Coast, with its wetlands, beaches and gentle waterways typified by nearby Orford. Rose Hall lies on the edge of the village from which it takes its name. It is the perfect home away from home and offers plenty of space, making it an ideal setting for large family gatherings, birthday parties and anniversaries. This charming country house has an air of privacy, yet it is only 5 minutes away from the local gastropub and is within easy reach of Woodbridge, Wickham Market and Orford.
Recently renovated, this Grade II Listed Hall is a former rectory and the oldest parts of the house date to the early 1700s. It is the perfect backdrop to discover the delights of Suffolk.
Private gates open to a curving gravelled drive that leads to the elegant front facade of the house and courtyard with its fine stone fountain. The house is of an L‐shaped configuration. The gorgeous interiors feature well-proportioned rooms throughout, with modern yet homely furnishings, contemporary paintings, and toasty fireplaces. The ground floor has a flexible and appealing layout. The inspiring dining room with wooden floors, large windows and chandeliers at the bowed eastern end can comfortably accommodate 12-14 guests. Bright and light, the elegant conservatory/garden room at the north end of the house is filled with olive trees. It is ideal for laid back breakfasts and relaxed evening dinners. The elegant drawing room, cosy sitting room well-equipped kitchen with breakfast bar and pantry all enjoy lovely views of the outside garden and courtyard.

The first floor consists of a sophisticated large master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, six bedrooms with double beds – one of which share an adjoining door. There is a further additional twin bedroom with two single beds. All the bedrooms have been thoughtfully designed and benefit from superb far reaching elevated views over the garden. The second floor provides three final bedrooms, two doubles and a twin single. The space lends itself well to teenagers, and young adults stay.
Across the courtyard is the former coach house, now serving as a brilliantly converted and styled games and party room. The wood-panelled clubhouse has bi-folding doors, bar, snooker table and relaxing lounge area.
Outside you will feel spoilt, and the ample garden provides much privacy and seclusion with its walled private swimming pool, tennis court, garden, and pond. A well‐known designer has recently replanted areas of the gardens, and the cedar tree and lawns create a soothing and restful ambience.
The tennis court is surfaced with Astroturf and sits wonderfully amongst the paths and borders, and the superb outdoor pool and pool house offer a private spot to cool off, catch some sun and eat a light lunch prepared in the kitchenette.
This part of Suffolk has also become a celebrated cultural hub, with the popular galleries and concert hall at Snape Maltings and the seaside town of Aldeburgh, with its annual Festival of Music and the Arts. The surrounding countryside offers endless walks across farmland and through nearby Tunstall Forest.

Rose Hall is brilliant for families, together you can enjoy exploring local attractions and historical sites like the Dunwich Heath and Beach or the Orford Ness National Nature Reserve. And if that wasn't enough, there are the charming nearby villages of Aldeburgh, Woodbridge and Framlingham - all offering a selection of shops, galleries, a cinema and restaurants. Thorpeness House is the perfect seaside escape offering a stress-free stay where you can truly recharge your batteries. * Please note that it is possible for smaller groups of up to 16 guests to book Rose Hall for a reduced price during selected low season dates. Please note that groups of 16 will not have access to the second floor bedrooms. If you would like access to the entire house, you will need to select 22 guests at the time of booking.

Nestled on the east coast of England, just over an hour from London, Suffolk is a fabulously peaceful, rural county with miles of sandy beaches and magnificent views!

Starting at its southern border with Essex and stretching all the way to Lowestoft and the Norfolk coast, the 50 miles stretch of enchanting and often wild coastline of Suffolk has a little something for everyone! With charming villages, medieval towns and exquisite natural beauty all set against breath-taking skies it is a true feast for the eyes!

Rose Hall in located in Orford, within 10 minutes of The Orford Ness Nature Reserve is wild, remote and exposed. It contains the ruined remnants of a disturbing past where weapons, including atomic bombs, were once tested ad perfected. Rare and fragile wildlife thrives in this lovely spot.

The small fishing village is arguably one of the prettiest villages on the Suffolk Coast. Boasting the historic Orford Castle, pretty cottage and welcoming pubs. As well as the renowned Pinney's delicious smoked fish and the Pump Street bakery.

The charming town of Aldeburgh, with its highly distinctive architecture, colourful boats and fresh-fish shacks stretching along the beach, is as unique as it is charming.

World-renowned for its connection with Benjamin Britten, born in nearby Lowestoft but who spent the last 30 or so years of his life living here, Aldeburgh is believed to have inspired many of the works by the prolific composer.

The impressive four-metre high 'Scallop' on the town’s Blue Flag beach is inscribed with the words ‘I hear those voices that will not be drowned’ from Britten’s famous opera Grimes which stand out against the glow of the Suffolk sky. You can even visit The Red House which Britten stayed in until his death in 1976 for an informal snapshot of the life he led here.

In nearby Thorpeness you can hire a boat and row blissfully in and around the little islands of the 3ft-deep lake for a quaint day out with the family.

A maze of market towns like Bungay, Beccles and Bury St. Edmunds that dot the ever-intersecting rural roads amid the beautiful agricultural landscape and thatched cottages of villages, Suffolk embodies the slow pace of life that so many of us can only dream of. And yet, this county is rich in history, housing the grand estates of Framlingham Castle and Ickworth House, it holds the Home of Horseracing in Newmarket, and even endless attraction including the Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park near Lowestoft or The Otter Trust near Earsham with a huge collection of otters!

Thanks to a huge National Lottery grant and fundraising, Sutton Hoo is transforming the way that we tell the story of one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of all time. The National Trust manages the hauntingly beautiful 255 acre estate with its far-reaching views over the River Deben. Visitors can walk around the Royal Burial Ground and discover the incredible story of the the ship burial of an Anglo-Saxon King and his treasured possessions.
Just along the coast, The village of Thorpeness nowadays is epitomised by its stunning East Anglian. Aside from the absorbing landscape, this region has become incredibly popular amongst devotees of the Art’s. Thousands flock here every year to celebrate the likes of the Aldeburgh Carnival, Thorpeness Regatta, fireworks in August, Thorpfest and Latitude Festival, or simply just to visit Snape Maltings. Others visit to be absorbed by the history and beauty epitomised by Dunwich Heath, Sutton Hoo – Woodbridge and Orford Ness National Nature Reserve.

With the nearest train station situated in Campsea Ashe, it’s easy to jump on a direct train to Lowestoft or Ipswich to do some further exploring.

Superior 6 berth holiday home in Suffolk, 6

Saxmundham, Suffolk, East of England

Superior 6 berth holiday home in Suffolk, From £1190 Availability

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This holiday home will appeal to both families and couples. Families will enjoy the indoor/outdoor pools, mini golf, arcade and beaches within 6 kms. Couples will enjoy a stroll around the lakes, the quiet, cosy accommodation, numerous nearby country pubs and the beautiful surrounding villages. Please visit https://www.parkholidays.com/our-parks/suffolk/carlton-meres/caravan-holidays for further information about the 5 star park.

There is an extra cost per person to use the pool (book with reception) but it also includes clubhouse entertainment.

The space

Open plan living room/kitchen, with dining table and breakfast bar. Two bedrooms and two bathrooms (one bath and one ensuite), small dressing room, sofa bed in lounge. Access to outside balcony through double doors off lounge.

Guest access

Free parking, wheelchair access

This lodge is located in Saxmundham. Lonely Farm Country Park and Suffolk Coast and Heaths reflect the area's natural beauty and area attractions include RSPB Minsmere and Easton Farm Park. Congo Rapids Lost World Adventure Golf and Oasis Camel Park are also worth visiting.

The Cartlodge 2

Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, East of England

The Cartlodge From £323 Availability

Shimpling is tucked away in peaceful countryside and close to some of Suffolk's prettiest villages. Clare, Cavendish and Long Melford are all close by, as is Lavenham, which is a true picture postcard village with timber framed houses and a wonderful church. There are a number of places of historic interest in the area including Kentwell Hall, Long Melford Hall and Gainsborough House. Historic Bury St Edmunds offers good shopping and dining facilities in addition to the Greene King Brewery, where tours are available.

The Cartlodge, Maltings Farm is a fabulously converted single storey farm building, situated in a courtyard setting with private garden.  It is designed to really give the wow factor, sympathetically combining old world green oak beams with hi-spec, luxurious contemporary styling.  Ideal for walkers, cyclists, romantic breaks. Shop: 6 miles  Pub: 0.5 miles.

Ground Floor:
Open Plan Living Area  comprising a kitchen with electric cooker, microwave and fridge  
Sitting/Dining Area with a plasma screen TV and surround sound system and DVD
Utility Area with washing machine and drying area
Shower Room with a shower cubicle, washbasin and w.c..
Bedroom 1 with a double bed

Garden: Patio area and communal garden. Tennis court.
Parking: Private.
Heating: Full central  heating.
Also Provided: Books and games. Welcome Pack. Bicycles available.

The Cartlodge 4

Harleston, Suffolk, East of England

The Cartlodge From £355 Availability

The Cartlodge rests near Harleston, Suffolk and sleeps four in two bedrooms.

The Garden Den 8

Southwold, Suffolk, East of England

The Garden Den From £2186 Availability

Located just a short stroll from the shops, seaside and pubs of charming Southwold, The Garden Den comprises of two properties, perfect for a group of up to eight friends to holiday together both in privacy and proximity.

With two separate entrances, each property sits in a quiet cobbled courtyard.  The larger of the two properties, the Garden Lodge, opens up to a beautiful kitchen and living area with wooden flooring, panelled walls and feature fireplace.  The open plan kitchen is a perfect space for cooking up an evening meal to be served at the large central dining table.  You’ll find all you need to a high specification from a Wolf range cooker with four ring gas burners to Miele fridge freezer and dishwasher, plus a Nespresso coffee machine, KitchenAid mixer and Miele washing machine and dryer.

A stylish yet comfortable lounge area holds a Smart TV and cosy wood burning stove to keep your living quarters warm and toasty in colder months.  Up to the first floor you will find further luxury with a master suite boasting a super-king Hypnos mattress and en-suite with rain shower and WC.   A charming double room has the added benefit of a stunning Juliet balcony allowing you to open the doors and look out on the courtyard.  A further twin room, that can be turned into a double, finishes the floor.  

The neighbouring Mole End, continues the stylish décor with a convenient entrance hall, holding storage for shoes and coats and a washing machine and dryer tucked away for convenience.  A double room with Hypnos mattress has access to a gorgeous, tiled bathroom with walk-in rain shower and roll top bath.  

Taking the steps to the first floor you will find a charming kitchen and sitting area, with Miele electric oven and four ring gas hob, dishwasher, Nespresso coffee machine, Smart TV and small dining table.

The Garden Den provides an ideal spot for groups of two families or friends to keep their own independence whilst being just a few steps from each other, all located in a bustling central spot in the Southwold South Green area. 

A small seaside village on the Suffolk Coast, Southwold combines a sandy shingle coastline with a bustling market town with much to see and do.   Clamber to the top of the town’s working lighthouse, operating since 1887, this remarkable landmark is a great place to survey the coastline from its inland location.

The calling card of many a British seaside town is the pier, and Southwold doesn’t disappoint.  Southwold pier has many crafty shops and a wall of crazy mirrors to keep the kids entertained.  An eccentric Under the Pier show offers an array of weird and wonderful coin-operated interactive machines which is well worth a visit and why not finish it off with some chunky fish finger sandwiches at The Boardwalk on the pier or for the best local fish and chips head to Sole Bay’s Fish Company.

Follow the pastel-painted beach huts to the shingle and sand of Southwold Beach, a great spot for pebble-skimming, splashing in the water and taking in the vintage charm of the local beach.  For further coastline exploring why not take a drive to Aldeburgh Beach, one of the most popular on the Suffolk coast, with a host of quirky historic buildings from a Martello Tower, a converted windmill and a Norman church lining the coast.  A history of art and culture is connected with Aldeburgh with Caroline Wiseman’s gallery located right on the beach.

Under an hour’s drive away is Framlington Castle a magnificent 12th century fortress with a fascinating history.  Embark on the 10.5m high Wall Walk that has stood for over 800 years looking down on spectacular views of Framlingham mere.  There is also a workhouse and exhibition to explore, detailing the former residents of the Castle including Mary Tudor, who was proclaimed Queen in 1553 at the Castle itself.

More historic findings can be discovered at Suffolk’s awe-inspiring Anglo Saxon burial site at Sutton Hoo, the subject of Netflix film “The Dig.”  Alongside the site itself you can look out from the 17-metre-high viewing tower, take a stroll through the charming woodland or pay a visit to the High Hall exhibition featuring replicas and original objects found at the site.

The Greenhouse 7

Woodbridge, Suffolk, East of England

The Greenhouse From £1267 Availability

With charm and character in abundance, The Greenhouse is a fantastic retreat for seven guests wanting to relax, unwind and enjoy the picturesque Suffolk village of Woodbridge and its surrounding Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Greenhouse has undergone a sensational renovation to offer luxurious, tasteful spaces with wonderful nods from the past. It is a pet friendly property so you can even take your furry friends along to this gorgeous rural retreat.

Woodbridge offers much charm and is sprinkled with excellent art galleries, cosy cafes, wonderful restaurants and traditional, colourful fishing boats bobbing in the water. You will enjoy long walks along the River Deben, mesmerised by the water activity and gorgeous views with Sutton Hoo on the horizon. You can stop at one of the many countryside pubs and soak up the heritage of this beautiful Suffolk village, stopping at the famous Tide Mill and its bustling market.

The Greenhouse sits in the heart of the village. It is beautifully presented throughout with amazing interior design, outstanding craftsmanship and fabulous character. The living room is drowned in natural light which streams through a wall of picture windows which also offer wonderful views across Elmhurst Park. It is a beautiful room in calm natural tones with a large wall-mounted Smart television for your enjoyment and a log burning stove for a crackling atmosphere as a rural chill descends. This room leads through to an impressive sun room which enjoys superb views where you can dine in style. The large, modern kitchen diner is amazing with gorgeous features including exposed beams and red brick walls. It offers an excellent array of cabinetry and appliances as well as a sociable island with stools so that the chef in your group always has company. The dining area is stunning with its beautifully carved beams and natural wood table.

The Greenhouse boasts three sublime bedrooms and three stunning bathrooms. One of the rooms enjoys a sumptuous, beautiful dressed super kingsize bed and a walk-in wardrobe and the other two offer lavish kingsize beds, one of which also offers a sofa bed for an extra guest should you have more than six guests. This characterful room offers ancient beams and much charm. The two kingsize rooms boast ensuite bathrooms, the second with a relaxing bath and overhead shower. The family bathroom is gorgeous with a freestanding bath to soak away any stresses you may have left and a separate shower.

The Greenhouse also comes with a private garden for relaxation, playing with your furry friend and soaking up the Suffolk sunshine.

It is easy to see why Woodbridge is known as the ‘gem’ in Suffolk’s crown and has been named as the best place to live in the East of England! This picturesque, vibrant market town sits on the banks of the River Deben offering excellent shopping, superb pubs and wonderful restaurants as well as numerous activities indoors and outdoors. On the edge of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Woodbridge is an excellent base to explore the Suffolk countryside and visit the stunning Suffolk Heritage Coast. It is situated roughly 8 miles from the sea and is close to some major archaeological sites of the Anglo-Saxon period, including the Sutton Hoo burial ship. The town’s tide mill is a very successful tourist attraction. It was one of the first tide mills in the country and unquestionably the last working one, operating for well over 800 years. The mill has a fascinating history. The earliest record of a tide mill is in 1170 when it was owned by the Augustinian Priors until Henry VIII confiscated it. In 1793, the present mill was built in the site of the earlier ones. It was opened to the public in 1973 and restoration work has brought it back into use as a fully working tide mill.

Thanks to a huge National Lottery grant and fundraising, Sutton Hoo is transforming the way that we tell the story of one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of all time. The National Trust manages the hauntingly beautiful 255 acre estate with its far-reaching views over the River Deben. Visitors can walk around the Royal Burial Ground and discover the incredible story of the the ship burial of an Anglo-Saxon King and his treasured possessions.  

The Orford Ness Nature Reserve is wild, remote and exposed. It contains the ruined remnants of a disturbing past where weapons, including atomic bombs, were once tested ad perfected. Rare and fragile wildlife thrives in this lovely spot.

The Greenhouse is within an easy drive of the charming coastal village of Aldeburgh. Aldeburgh offers highly distinctive architecture, much charm, a welcoming ambience and a lovely beach. Famous for its connection with the composer Benjamin Britten, it boasts a stunning ‘Scallop’ sculpture on the beach which is four metres high and is inscribed with the words ‘I hear those voices that will not be drowned’ from Britten’s famous opera Grimes. There is an annual Aldeburgh Festival which takes place in June and was originally founded by Benjamin Brittan. You can visit The Red House where he stayed for a glimpse of his life. Visitors can buy the freshest of catches at the fisherman’s huts on the beach for your alfresco supper or visit the numerous art galleries.

Just along the coast, Thorpeness is a magical, mystical village where you will find The Meare, an artificially created, Peter Pan themed boating lake. The landings and tiny islands have Peter Pan names such as  ‘The Pirate’s Lair’ and ‘Wendy’s Island’. Visitors can hire rowing boats and enjoy family rowing on the water. Thorpeness Golf Club is regarded as one of Suffolk’s finest with 18 holes and par 70, just a stone’s throw from the beach.

The Hidden Hollow 4

West Stow, Suffolk, East of England

The Hidden Hollow From £1253 Availability

The Hidden Hollow is a magical fairy-tale re-creation of Shire Hollow, a real-life Hobbit house, sleeping up to four guests. Modelled on JRR Tolkien's Middle-earth fantasy world, this magnificent construction recreates the imaginary dreamland of life in The Shire with this full-scale human-sized hobbit house.

The Hide Out, Aldeburgh 4

Aldeburgh, Suffolk, East of England

The Hide Out, Aldeburgh From £540 Availability

The Hide Out rests in Aldeburgh, Suffolk, and sleeps four guests in two bedrooms.

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