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The historic county of Suffolk is the ideal destination for a short break or family holiday; with spectacular views over the North Sea and beautiful agricultural land stretching far over the horizon, it’s impossible not to be enchanted by this traditional English county. With two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a number of fascinating attractions, Suffolk is sure to impress you and your family this season. If you’re thinking of visiting the area this year and would like some inspiration, keep reading for our guide on what to see and do whilst in Suffolk.
Brandon is a small market town located in the North West of Suffolk. Commonly referred to as a town of two halves, Brandon is not only known for its historic market but also the wonderful wildlife and forests in the surrounding area. Brandon’s market is held every Thursday and Sunday so we would advise reserving your visit until one of these days. If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, a keen cyclist or just enjoy a pleasant walk in beautiful surroundings then a trip to Thetford Forest is a must! With over 300 square miles of forest and lowland heaths to explore, the area is perfect for a family bike ride.
If you’re looking for a fast paced family day out where you can experience thrilling roller coasters, crazy kids activities and the scariest ride in Britain, then we would encourage you to visit the Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park. Surrounded by over 50 acres of woodland, this idyllic theme park is suitable for all ages and prides its self on offering a fantastic experience for the whole family! As well as the rapid rides and colourful characters, this theme park also presents an array of exciting live attractions; from a multi-coloured parrot show and slippery sea lion display, to a daring high dive show, these attractions are sure to keep you on the edge of your seat!
Kentwell Hall is a family run home where visitors are welcomed as guests; free to explore the house, gardens and rare breed farm at their leisure. Reliving the houses rich history, this moated mansion hosts a number of Tudor days throughout the year where visitors can fully immerse themselves in the Tudor way of life. Kentwell Hall is transformed into a 16th century manor with 250 inhabitants all going about their daily tasks like they would in Tudor times. A fantastic experience for both children and adults, Kentwell Hall not only teaches you history but lets you live it!
If you were to simply drive through Suffolk, you would miss many of these top attractions not to mention the stunning scenery, friendly locals and charming atmosphere that Suffolk has to offer. To make the most of your time in this beautiful county, why not rent a self-catering cottage? Our selection of Suffolk cottages are ideal for all holiday types and budgets, so whether you’re looking for a romantic escape, family vacation or group getaway, make sure to check out our cottage page or call our reservations team for more information.