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Expect the unexpected in Suffolk!

If Suffolk isn't on your radar, we challenge you to take a look. And now there's no better time to start exploring the real Suffolk for yourself.

We dare you to open your mind, broaden your horizons and fully immerse yourself in our breathtaking countryside, coast and some of the UK's prettiest villages.

Bordered by 50 miles of glorious coastline and topped with breathtaking skies, it's the perfect holiday destination, which draw in artists and writers from around the world, and has a bounty of great produce and restaurants, which makes it a hotspot for foodies.

Holiday in Suffolk and visit the Home of Horseracing, explore Constable Country, experience maritime life in Ipswich, immerse yourself in history in Bury St Edmunds, or simply spend long, lazy days by the sea. The fabulous attractions and great days out in Suffolk mean you can do as much as you want, or as little. Sometimes, in a place this rich and beautiful, just being is pleasure enough. 

Now the beauty of Suffolk is no longer a secret, visit on a mini-break or holiday and we'll show you a few things you never expected in a county full of hidden surprises.


Discover Hidden Gems

Stretching from Lowestoft to Long Melford, Lakenheath to Leiston, the county is far bigger than people think (not to mention boasting the UK’s most easterly point). Famous for the world-renowned Latitude Festival, the beautiful Suffolk Coast and enough heritage to shake a stick at, this is just the start of our journey.

While we never tire of the county’s picturesque countryside, the inspiration behind the works of John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough, and a diverse coastline and countryside offer, there’s much more to Suffolk than you think.

Experience the county’s wealth of hidden gems. Discover Newmarket, the home of horseracing. But don’t just spend a day at the races, truly immerse yourself into the atmosphere by going behind the scenes at the racing headquarters. Alternatively, you could explore the wizarding world of Harry Potter by visiting the home of the young wizard’s parents, as well as the birthplace of his arch-rival, Voldermort. Alternatively, you could travel in time to visit 3,000-year-old Egyptian artefacts or the 19th century windmills. Or if you’re looking for something even quirkier, why not visit the House in the Clouds or go on a UFO trail? With so much to discover, Suffolk is the perfect place to escape to and explore all year round.

If you’re intrigued about any parts of Suffolk’s heritage and cultural offering, the New Year is just around the corner, and the perfect time to get ahead of the rush and book that mini-break or holiday you've been desparately searching for. 

Plus, what better way of celebrating the start of the New Year than with a luxury break to Suffolk. Enter here to find out more!