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Lovely mid-terrace cottage in a quiet location, in the village of Pakefield. En-suite bedroom. Enclosed courtyard. Short walk to a dog-friendly beach. Superb promenade walks. Lowestoft 1 mile. (Ref. 923949)
7 nights from £285Book Now
Spacious semi-detached cottage in Lowestoft. Character holiday home with variety of bedrooms, spacious living areas, enclosed garden. Short walk to town amenities. (Ref. 925624)
10% off - Sat 11th Feb to 18th Feb 2017
7 nights from £376Book Now
A lovely mid-terrace cottage close to the centre of Lowestoft, close to the beach, pier and shops. WiFi. Enclosed garden. Perfect base from which to explore both Norfolk and Suffolk. Norwich 26 miles. (Ref. 925708)
7 nights from £342Book Now
Southwold: home of the beach hut. This charming destination on Suffolk's North Sea Coast is the quintessential English seaside town; a place whose Victorian pier, quirky cinema and evocative lighthouse transport you back to a different era. If you're a parent searching for an alternative seaside destination to take the kids to next summer, you may have just found it- Hurray!
Of course there's a lot more than just history and sand on offer in Southwold- Read on to find out why you'd be smart to book a cottage holiday in this amiable seaside destination.
Attractions near your Southwold holiday cottage
Renowned for the expense of its beach huts, the multitude of attractions in Southwold, together with the town's nostalgic air, help justify the high rental cost of these charming shoreline shacks. Families who book a holiday cottage in Southwold will love exploring the town's beautiful 1830's lighthouse and Victorian pier; whilst Southwold's charming Electric Picture Palace, iconic Adnams Brewery and array of boutique shops, art galleries and eateries are sure to be a big hit with couples.
Daytrip Destinations close to your cottage in Southwold
If you'd prefer to potter around and see of Suffolk's other sights during your holiday in Southwold, there are a number of daytrips destinations close by which are worthy of exploration. Walk, drive or jump on a ferry to the mysterious little village of Walberswick which lies on the South bank of the River Blyth. Made famous by its busy port and beautiful surroundings, Walberswick is a great go-to destination when you'd like a break from the much busier Southwold. Alternatively, take the coast road to the town of Aldeburgh, and prepare to be seduced by one the UK's most esteemed seaside destinations.
From weekend short breaks to sunny summer holidays, our Southwold holiday cottages invite you to enjoy the spoils of the Suffolk coast!
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