If you’re looking for a relaxing holiday in breath-taking surroundings, then Suffolk should be your destination of choice. Whether you’re seeking a couple’s romantic getaway, a family break or weekend wedding accommodation, you’ll find that Suffolk will be somewhere you want to return to, time and time again.
Luxurious Holiday Cottages in Suffolk
Positioned in East England, Suffolk has a beautiful stretch of coastline and countless scenic walks and trails to keep you active during your stay. Artists will simply love spending time in Constable Country and becoming familiar with the landscape featured in many of John Constable’s works. The only question you might have about visiting Suffolk on your next trip, is where to stay? These five Suffolk holiday cottages will provide you with charming and luxurious accommodation when you visit East England.
The Gildhall in Suffolk is a picture-perfect example of a 16th century thatched holiday cottage in Suffolk. Set within the grounds of Higham Place, it boasts three double bedrooms to sleep six. The accommodation also features timber frames, exposed beams and a wonderful winding staircase. Staying at the Gildhall will allow you to feel a strong connection with history, whilst making the most of modern conveniences such as a 42” smart TV. You couldn’t wish for a more scenic view when you stay at the Gildhall. By throwing open the double French doors from the sitting room, you’ll take in the gardens which lead out into fifteen acres of private parkland.
The Old Post Office
This grade II-listed building has undergone substantial renovation work under the care of Suffolk Council’s heritage teams and is ready to welcome you for your next holiday. The generous accommodation sleeps eight people within four king-size bedrooms. Original features have been restored so visitors can take a step back in time to the mid-17th century. You can even curl up in The Post Room and watch the world go by, just as the postmaster would have done. The Old Post Office is located in Higham, within the heart of Dedham Vale.
If stunning scenery is your thing, then The Presbytery won’t disappoint. Book a stay at this five king-sized bed property and you’ll be blessed with spectacular views across the Brett Valley, which feature in John Constable’s paintings. There’s plenty to enjoy at the property, but if you wish to head out, you’ll find the surrounding villages to be entirely tranquil. At the end of the lane, there’s Withermarsh Green, home to just two picturesque crofters cottages. But if atmosphere is more your thing, we also have some of the best pubs in Suffolk located in Stoke by Nayland, Dedham and Polstead.
True art lovers will recognise Fenwick Cottage from John Constable’s paintings, and now you have the chance to stay here too. If you’re looking for cosy, thatched-style accommodation for your next trip, then Fenwick Cottage will make the perfect base. Located in Higham, Suffolk, the property sleeps four people across two king sized bedrooms. As if staying in a Constable painting isn’t enough, guests will also love spending time in our dog-proof gardens with access to fifteen acres of private parkland.
All of the above cottages are entirely dog-friendly so there’s no need to leave anyone at home. Your only decision to make, is which one of these holiday cottages in Suffolk will you book for your next trip to this stunning corner of the world?