When you visit Suffolk you’ll be visiting a county that is perfect for long holidays or short breaks.
Why not discover historic Bury St Edmunds with St Edmundsbury Cathedral, the Abbey Gardens and its pivotal links to the Magna Carta? The forest town of Brandon is full of pretty flint buildings, and makes a perfect base for exploring nearby Thetford Forest and The Brecks, or how about staying in Suffolk’s chain of seaside towns along the heritage coast: Southwold, Aldeburgh, Orford, and Felixstowe?
You could explore Constable Country along the southern border – stay in Flatford, East Bergholt or Stoke by Nayland and see the scenery that inspired two of the greatest painters that the world has ever known. Ipswich is one of England’s oldest towns, but with a lively waterfront and thriving arts scene. In the heart of the Suffolk countryside you’ll find the Wool Towns – Lavenham, Kersey and Clare, frequent contenders for the most picturesque villages in England, and in the west is Newmarket, the global home of horse-racing and an exciting lively town in its own right.