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Picking a place to go is difficult when they are all so different.   You may be looking for a relaxing short break by the sea, a cultural get-away in town or to explore the countryside.  You can always mix and match your choices and whatever your plans, we will help you find your destination.   We will give you all the information you need from places to stay, places to see and all the things to things to do, and most importantly, how to get the most out of your visit.


The Suffolk Coast

This is a much-loved destination, and here you will encounter world-class culture, exquisite food, heritage and wildlife.  It has over 50 miles of stunning coastline, peppered with historic fishing towns and villages, each with its own story to tell.  This is east coast Britain which means it’s one of the first places in the country you get to see the sunrise.  The sunsets are pretty incredible too.

Suffolk Wool Towns

Places to visit in Suffolk don’t come more picturesque than these historic towns and villages which have changed little since Tudor times and hold some of the most beautiful Suffolk attractions: timber-framed buildings, crooked streets and huge, lavish churches.

Constable Country

This is for art lovers and non-art lovers.  You can’t help to be inspired by this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on Suffolk’s southern border.  Here you can walk in the footsteps of John Constable, discovering the landscape that inspired his greatest paintings.

The Brecks

In the north of the county, Suffolk’s beauty becomes wilder: the ancient landscape is home to soaring hawks and twisted pines, while shady Thetford Forest is the perfect place to unleash your adrenaline through adventure sports.


If you’re looking for unique places to visit in Suffolk, look no further than Newmarket, the global home of thoroughbred horse racing, home to over 3000 horses and the former home of kings.

Bury St Edmunds

The architecture tells a thousand-year tale of tragedy, drama, and greatness;  In the town and in surrounding villages you’ll find gourmet restaurants, street cafes and an excellent selection of both independent and favourite high street shops.


This historic town is where deep maritime history meets a cutting-edge arts scene with a vibrant nightlife, markets, museums and waterfront to rival many a European city.

Shotley Peninsula

This area of Suffolk is the place to head for even more fresh air, riverside walks, country pubs and all things nautical.

So what’s not to like? Suffolk is the perfect place to unwind in one of the driest parts of the country, either for a short break or holiday – we think you’ll fall in love and want to return over and over again.  Start planning your mini-break or holiday now.