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Suffolk, United Kingdom - Family Rooms for 5, 6 or more - Kids Stay Too

Suffolk

Suffolk
Suffolk – The Scallop Sculpture by Maggi Hambling, Sam and Dennis Pegg on Aldeburgh Beach, a tribute to Benjamin Britten. Image credits to VisitEngland/Diana Jarvis (used with permission)

Suffolk is a low lying county in East Anglia. Norfolk and the ‘Broads’ to the north, Essex to the south and Cambridgeshire to the West.  The Suffolk Coast is an Area of Outstanding Beauty. It boasts 50 miles of coastline. Inland, some of the most scenic villages in England with medieval towns that have inspired artists, poets and novelists.

Where to Stay

Listed below are a selection of properties to meet all budgets and covering a wide area of Suffolk.  All have rooms to fit a family of 5 plus, and are conveniently located near tourist attractions and amenities of the region.

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Beaver Cottage

  • Holiday Cottage in Aldeburgh
  • 3 Bedrooms – Sleeps 5/6 guests

Beaver Cottage, attached to Cob House is one of the largest Aldeburgh houses. It is set in 11 acres of land going down to the river Alde. In a prime area on Suffolk’s heritage coast. From the garden you can walk along the river wall into Aldeburgh, through the North Warren bird reserve to Thorpeness and back along the beach or along old Sailor’s Path to Snape.

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Corton Villas

  • Cottage Style Villas in Corton
  • 3 Bedrooms – Sleeps 5
  • On-site facilities including Heated Pool

Corton Villas at Waterside Holiday Park are situated in Corton, near Lowestoft. Ideally located on the coastal fringes of Norfolk & Suffolk. They offer an excellent base from which to explore many popular seaside towns and numerous local attractions.

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Sunrise Cottage

  • Holiday Home close to Lowestoft town centre
  • 3 Bedrooms – Sleeps up to 5

Sunrise Cottage is situated 20 minutes’ walk from Lowestoft town centre. Ideally located for exploring the town. Lowestoft Lighthouse, War Memorial Museum and Maritime Museum are 10-15 minutes’ walk. Lowestoft South Beach 25 minutes’ walk away.  In Lowestoft there are a wide range of

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The Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast

  • Bed and Breakfast located near Kelsale
  • ‘The Old Stables’ sleeps 6

The Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast set in approximately 8 acres, is situated halfway between Kelsale and Yoxford. Ideal base for exploring all that Suffolk Heritage coast has to offer. This includes Walberswick, Southwold, Dunwich as well as Minsmere Nature Reserve, Snape, Aldeburgh and Thorpeness.

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The Five Bells Inn

  • Characterful Country Pub in Wrentham
  • Family-Plus room sleeps up to 6 guests

The Five Bells Inn, a traditional, oak-beamed country pub situated close to the village of Wrentham and within easy reach of Southwold.  It’s ideally located for exploring the surrounding coast and countryside, as well as a friendly venue to enjoy a home-cooked lunch or dinner. The local church, St Nicholas, has a set of five bells, and from the pub,

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Windmill Lodges

  • Award winning Log Cabins in rural Suffolk
  • Lodges sleeps 2-6
  • Heated Pool in summer

Windmill Lodges are situated near Framlingham, within easy reach of the picturesque Suffolk Heritage Coast.  Ideally located for exploring the areas of outstanding natural beauty. In addition, the pretty seaside locations of Walberswick, Thorpeness, Southwold and Aldeburgh.

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Wylene

  • Award winning holiday home near Bury St. Edmunds
  • 4 Bedrooms – Sleeps 8 plus 2 cots

Wylene is a pleasant, deceptively spacious bungalow on the eastern outskirts of Great Barton village. 4 miles east of historic Bury St Edmunds; famous for its twice weekly street market and the Cathedral’s new tower. It makes an excellent base for exploring East Anglia. Ideal for walking and cycling; it takes about one hour to drive to the coast.

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