Place To Visit in Suffolk

Our Suffolk Holiday Cottages provide access to a wide variety of best secret attractions, from quaint fishing villages to larger seaside resorts and the chance to walk or cycle through the rolling countryside. View some of the most popular local attractions below or visit our 'What's On' page to see a selection of local events and activities near Snape Holiday Cottages in Suffolk.

Things To Do in Suffolk

In Suffolk there are always many exciting places to visit and interesting things to do. Your visit to Suffolk will fly-by and you will wish you had booked a longer holiday. Don’t worry if you don’t get to see everything on this trip. You can always come back later in the year for a mid-week break, a quick break or couples weekend to recharge your batteries. Bring your children, bring your pets take a stroll, have a peddle, canter on the beach, and enjoy everything Suffolk has to offer.

Places To Visit - Suffolk Holiday Cottages

With Snape Holiday Cottages in Suffolk our tranquil cottages are in  Blaxhall which is a village near to Aldeburgh, Dunwich, Easton, Orford, Orford Ness, Snape, Snape Maltings, Southwold, Thorpeness, Walberswick and Woodbridge.

You can visit many of these location using Local Transport to save fuel costs, parking costs and to be kind to the Suffolk environment. You can also help the local economy by using our Village and Farm Shops.

Places to Visit in Suffolk

Aldeburgh, Suffolk

Aldeburgh is a charming and sedate seaside town, which grew from an old medieval fishing and shipbuilding centre.

Blaxhall, Suffolk

Blaxhall is a charming little village and civil parish in the Suffolk Coastal district of Suffolk.   

Dunwich, Suffolk

Dunwich, once a prosperous town of 4000 inhabitants, it has been ravished for hundreds of years by great storms and coastal erosion, until today most of Dunwich has been claimed by the sea.

Easton Farm Park, Suffolk

From meeting the animals to horse riding across the countryside, there is something for everyone at Easton.

Orford, Suffolk

Steeped in history, this attractive small town is overlooked by its 12th century castle keep built by Henry VII for coastal defence.

Orford Ness, Suffolk

Internationally important nature reserve, with a fascinating 20th-century military history. Take a short boat trip to this wild and remote shingle spit, the largest in Europe.

Snape Village and Snape Maltings, Suffolk

Since Roman times, this village has been a small port dealing with grain and coal.

Southwold, Suffolk

Surrounded by peaceful countryside and award-winning beaches, the heritage resort of Southwold is a haven from the demands of modern society.

Thorpeness, Suffolk

The seaside village of Thorpeness was bought as the old fishing hamlet of Thorpe and turned into the village as it is known today.

Walberwick

Walberswick is a village and civil parish in Suffolk Coastal, Suffolk, England. In 2001 there were 299 people living in Walberswick.

Woodbridge, Suffolk

Set on the River Deben, this attractive market town was once a port, noted for its shipbuilding and sail-making industries.

Suffolk Cottage Holidays

Admiral Cottage Suffolk and the Nelson Studio Suffolk provide ideal accommodation for child friendly holidays in Suffolk giving you a base from which to explore all of the places to visit and things to do in Suffolk or as a cosy bolt-hole for a couple looking for a valentines getaway in Suffolk. Stay for a week to really unwind or enjoy some weekend breaks in Suffolk to recharge your batteries. Being animal friendly accommodation in Suffolk your furry friends can come along as well. Admiral Cottage Suffolk and the Nelson Studio Suffolk are the ideal start for your two-wheeled outings, two-legged strolls or four legged canters in Suffolk

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