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Cosy detached Bramford cottage in mid-Suffolk village. Close to shop, pubs, takeaway. Conservatory, large garden, study. Ideal touring base. Ipswich 2 miles. (Ref. 3915)
7 nights from £282Book Now
Charming, semi-detached cottage with lots of character, set in the market town of Hadleigh. Woodburner. WiFi. Enclosed garden. Lots of walks and cycling nearby. Ipswich 9 miles. (Ref. 928053)
7 nights from £363Book Now
Beautifully presented 250 year old character cottage with an enclosed garden in the village of Stoke-by-Clare. Woodburning stove. WiFi. Over 40 attractions close by. Clare 2 miles. (Ref. 915376)
7 nights from £373Book Now
A cosy, mid-terrace cottage in the popular hamlet of Pin Mill in South Suffolk. Open fire and woodburner. Close to the river and an excellent location for cycling and walking. Short drive to Suffolk's Heritage Coast. (Ref. 915284)
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Attractive, red brick cottage in Hadleigh. Set within country estate. Comfortable accommodation, woodburning stove, private garden. Beautiful, tranquil location. Lavenham 9 miles. (Ref. 24518)
7 nights from £339Book Now
For a wonderful mix of coastal and countryside attractions, our
Essex cottages are great for family holidays.
Head to the coast for fun, sun and water sports - over 350 miles long and featuring both remote areas brimming with wildlife and a variety of resorts, many with Blue Flag beaches. Enjoy Clacton's Air Show and music festivals. Don't miss the rides at Southend's Adventure Island on the world's longest pier. Stroll along the prom past colourful beach huts at Frinton-on-Sea. Enjoy bracing cliff-top walks along the 'Sunshine Coast'. Or set sail from Burnham-on-Crouch.For cute and cuddly encounters, choose from farm parks and Colchester Zoo. Or pack the picnic hamper and explore one of the many country parks such as Cudmore Grove. Rollerworld, steam trains, museums, go-carts - they're all here.
Walk, cycle and ride! Home of Constable Country, it's easy
to see why the Essex countryside inspired the great painter some
200 years ago. Trace his steps through the Dedham Vale and Stour
Valley and discover rolling farmland, ancient woodlands, rivers and
pretty villages. Or, hopfoot it to Hatfield Forest, one of the
UK's most untouched medieval woodlands, where rare mammals and
birds live in harmony within the trees.
Historic gems near your Essex cottage
Expect lots of stately homes and other ancient treasures.
Highlights include the Jacobean manor of Audley End House,
the neo-classical-style villa of Hylands House and Estate,
Ingatestone Hall, RHS Garden Hyde Hall, Hedingham Castle and Layer
Marney Tower, an impressive Tudor gatehouse.
Another reason to book an Essex cottage is to sample local
delicacies. The seafood bars of West Mersea offer Colchester Native
Oysters. Try wines and Oyster Stout from Mersea Island Vineyard,
freshly-harvested cockles and whelks at Leigh and make sure you
pick up a pot of Tiptree jam.