About a cottage holiday in Suffolk
Welcome to Suffolk!
Suffolk stretches from Newmarket in the west to the most easterly point of Britain. Suffolk boasts a wide range of landscapes from beautiful coast land, forests and sandy beck lands. Known in the art world as Constable country due to the famous artist John Constable who gained much inspiration from the area in his works.
Suffolk is rich in countryside with flowing rivers in wooded valleys and rolling hills. Its easy, even today, to see why Constable loved the area so much.
The Broads are located in both Norfolk and Suffolk. Lowestoft (Suffolk) is a great starting point for a holiday on the broads. However, if a boating holiday is not for you there are plenty of self catering holiday cottages in and around Lowestoft for you to enjoy.
Cycling and Walking in Suffolk
There are many great walks and cycle rides to be enjoyed in suffolk. The North East of the county has gently rolling countryside and its easy to avoid steep slopes. There are plenty of quiet rural roads and pathways that can be explored in Suffolk. Suffolk Council also provides a large number of cycle routes where you can enjoy the many wonders of this county.
There are many miles of coastline in Suffolk. Running from Felixstowe in the south to Lowestoft in the north there is plenty for all. Coastal walks, beaches, ports and busy seaside towns. If you are looking for a cottage holiday near the coast there are a wide range to choose from e.g Southwold
Central Suffolk is a great location for a holiday. Well connected to major railway lines and good road infrastructure and a great selection of large and smaller town. There is also plenty of lovely countryside to explore in central suffolk. Cottage breaks in towns such as Woodbridge, Stowmarket Bury St Edmunds and Halesworth are good places to start your search