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  • Suffolk Holiday Guide Bungay | Suffolk Cottage Holidays
    golf course canoes for hire as well as the beautiful countryside of the Waveney Valley on your doorstep a haven for walkers and cyclists And further afield there there are many historic houses and castles to visit Somerleyton Hall Framlingham Castle and Dunwich Priory are all a short drive away Photo courtesy of Adam Tinworth Read more Nearby Locations Brampton Holiday Guide Halesworth Holiday Guide Norfolk Broads Holiday Guide Toft Monks Holiday Guide Attractions and things to do Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum Flixton There is an impressive collection of aircraft to visit in this unusually sited Aviation Museum in a tiny village conveniently located next to the village pub With themed collections for the 446th H Bomb Group USAAF RAF Bomber Command and WWII Decoy Crews among many others this is a collection aviation enthusiasts will not want to miss The Street Flixton Bungay Suffolk NR35 1NZ Tel 01986 896644 Website The Fisher Theatre Take your pick from jazz and classical concerts to plays poetry and pantomime This impressive early 19th century theatre was restored with lottery funding and boasts an eclectic and prestigious programme of events as well as a relaxing bar and bistro area for pre theatre refreshments 10 Broad Street Bungay Suffolk NR35 1EE Tel 01986 897130 Website The Norfolk Broads Beccles Beccles the Southern gateway to the Norfolk Broads is close by for a day of messing about on the river Hire a day cruiser enjoy a spot of canoeing or sailing or even take a boating course The Broads is a magical wetland environment home to varied wildlife stunning landscapes and there are a host of charming villages and village pubs to explore The Broads Authority Yare House 62 64 Thorpe Road Norwich Norfolk NR1 1RY Tel 01603 610734 Website Local pubs and restaurants The Castle Inn Bungay Featuring in many prestigious guides The Castle Inn is a family owned and run restaurant with delicious food a genuine welcome and great atmosphere yes we like it Locally sourced seasonal food is at the heart of the dining proposition The Castle is a first class evening dining venue while the lunch menu is more casual and also offers fantastic choice 35 Earsham Street Bungay Suffolk NR35 1AF Tel 01986 892283 Website The Earsham Street Café A real gem of a café tucked away in the heart of Bungay s old town and run by a specialist cake making company banana date and walnut carrot cake indulge and enjoy There are some very moreish sandwiches and lunch specials on offer and the café now opens on a Sunday as well the perfect pit stop for a full English breakfast 11 13 Earsham Street Bungay Suffolk NR35 1AE Tel 01986 893103 Website The Olive Tree Ellingham Tucked away on the Norfolk Suffolk border The Olive Tree has established an excellent reputation for authentic Italian food Offering superb pasta cooked as it should be meat dishes and stonebaked pizzas the kids and the grown ups will love it

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  • Suffolk Holiday Guide Dunwich | Suffolk Coastal Cottage Holidays
    for its fish n chips and local tea rooms But of course the main draw is Dunwich Heath a dramatic and beautiful coastal habitat the heathlands adorned with the purple of the heather in late summer and criss crossed with footpaths and bridleways If you are lucky you may see a Dartford Warbler or the odd seal basking on the beach The National Trust also organises many children s events from nature trails to beach scavenger hunts so it s worth keeping an eye on their website when planning your holiday View Dunwich Holiday Cottages Read more Nearby Locations Thorington Holiday Guide Thorpeness Holiday Guide Walberswick Holiday Guide Yoxford Holiday Guide Attractions and things to do Dunwich Heath Dunwich Heath is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a wonderful place for birdwatching walking and cycling The Red Deer Rut in October is another major draw and the beach café on the cliff top is an idyllic spot to rest your weary feet after a long and bracing walk Note the café is not open on weekdays in the winter Dunwich Saxmundham Suffolk IP17 3DJ Tel 01728 648501 Website Dunwich Museum Dunwich was a great trading port on the east coast of England in the 13th century its wealth reflected in its many churches only the ruins of the 13th century Franciscan friary now remain This excellent little Museum charts the rise of the city Dunwich and its gradual loss to the sea Even Channel 4 s Time Team has filmed here St James Street Dunwich Saxmundham Suffolk IP17 3DT Tel 01728 648796 Website RSPB Minsmere Keep walking along the beach from Dunwich and you ll reach the coastal and wetland reserve of the RSPB with its hides for birdwatchers and numerous footpaths Marsh Harriers Bitterns Avocets gulls Nightingales and Woodlarks all flock here to the reedbeds it s a quite magical place Sheepwash Lane Saxmundham Suffolk IP17 3BY Tel 01728 648281 Website Local pubs and restaurants Dunwich Heath Tea Rooms The delightful cafe on the cliff top is run by the National Trust and is the perfect place to break your walk for a bite to eat The freshly cooked food is always tasty and there s a wide range of cakes and snacks on offer In warmer weather its hard to equal the experience of sitting on one of the benches outside overlooking the sea with a cup of tea and bacon sandwich Dunwich Saxmundham Suffolk IP17 3DJ Tel 01728 648501 Website The Ship Inn Said to have been the haunt of smugglers the ambience of the Ship Inn does not disappoint with its flagstone floors cosy wood burner well stocked bar and delicious home cooked food Winner of a coveted AA rosette this is pub food at its best Just off the beach the Ship could not be better located to recharge after an invigorating walk Dunwich Saxmundham Suffolk IP17 3DT Tel 01728 648219 Website The information provided in these guides is for general information purposes

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  • Suffolk Holiday Guide to Halesworth | Heritage Hideaways
    gallery or book a cinema or theatre ticket at the renowned local Arts Centre The Cut The Cut hosts the fantastic Hightide Festival in April May and the Halesworth Art s Festival in October They are also now showing National Theatre Live as a cinema experience throughout the year The Cut is unique in the area and is run entirely by volunteers Use it or Lose it The town also hosts a Food Drink and Craft Fair in June and an Antiques Fair in August each year The family friendly Angel Hotel on the Thoroughfare is perfect for everyone and suits all pockets Dine in Cleone s the Italian style restaurant or eat in the bar or courtyard where you can enjoy a pizza or pasta dish or choose from the bar snack menu A great holiday location for artists walkers bird watchers and festival goers Halesworth is a short drive from an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Suffolk Coast at Dunwich Heath and RSPB Minsmere as well as being close to Henham Estate which hosts the Latitude Festival and Grand Henham Steam Rally among other events each year Read more Nearby Locations Bramfield Holiday Guide Brampton Holiday Guide Dunwich Holiday Guide Southwold Holiday Guide Attractions and things to do Dunwich Heath Coastal Centre Remote and beautiful with miles of footpaths and cycle tracks Dunwich Heath is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is also close to the bird watching hides of RSPB Minsmere A great place for days out on the beach windswept walks and spotting wildlife the Heath also has a cliff top caf which is cosy and welcoming and serves excellent food Dunwich Saxmundham Suffolk IP17 3DJ Tel 01728 648501 Website Halesworth Golf Course With an 18 hole championship golf course and 9 hole pay and play course Halesworth Golf Course is just outside the market town set in undulating countryside There is also a 10 bay driving range and chipping and putting greens Non members are also very welcome in the Clubhouse Bramfield Road Halesworth Suffolk IP19 9XA Tel 01986 875567 Website Henham Park Home to some very high profile events Henham Park plays host to Flavours Food and Drink Festival May June the Latitude Festival July and Grand Henham Steam Rally September So whether its steam engines and vintage cars music contemporary art and theatre or a celebration of local produce that takes your fancy it s all here but book early Henham Park Beccles Suffolk NR34 8AN Tel 07900 553426 Website Local pubs and restaurants Panther Charters Moored on the Walberswick bank of the River Blyth the Panther is a 30 angling boat offering offshore fishing from May through to October with inshore fishing available out of season The maximum party size is 6 and the skipper welcomes keen amateurs and experienced anglers Walberswick Bank Southwold Harbour Suffolk IP18 Tel 07710 224165 Website The information provided in these guides is for general information purposes only While we endeavour to

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  • Peasenhall Holiday Guide |Heritage Hideaways
    some excellent and well sigh posted routes to follow and the Weavers Tearoom or The Sibton White Horse on the edge of the village will provide refreshment on your return Read more Nearby Locations Attractions and things to do Yoxford Antiques Centre A number of independent dealers have pitches in this warren of an antiques centre enjoy browsing the eclectic collections of furniture clocks glassware paintings and jewellery amongst a host of other curios There s an excellent café and 5 acres of gardens to explore Closed Tuesdays Askers Hill Yoxford Suffolk IP17 3JW Tel 01728 668844 Website Local pubs and restaurants Main s Restaurant Don t let the paper tablecloths fool you this is excellent bistro cooking in an unpretentious environment With quality local suppliers such as Emmett s of Peasenhall you can choose from a varied seasonal menu Roast Pheasant in Cepes Gravy Beetroot and Blue Cheese Tart and Line Caught Skate with Caper Butter just a taster of what s on offer Main s Restaurant is a great neighbourhood restaurant that also has bread baking classes on a Saturday High Street Yoxford Suffolk IP17 3EU Tel 01728 668882 Website Satis House This is special occasion territory with two AA rosettes Satis House offers modern British cuisine Perhaps the signature starter dish of Pan fried Scallops Sweet Chilli Jam and Crème Fraiche followed by Rib eye Steak with Hand Cut Chips and Brandy Sauce and finished with Boozy Pannacotta and Suffolk Berries Now you know why it s special A12 Main Road Yoxford Suffolk IP17 3EX Tel 01728 668418 Website Sibton White Horse This is a quintessential Suffolk pub with great food and great beer Winning many awards for the quality of its food over the years The White Horse is set in a sleepy village and oozes character with its heavy beams inglenook fireplaces and lovely courtyard garden This is a gastro pub that is well worth a detour Halesworth Road Sibton Saxmundham Suffolk IP17 2JJ Tel 01728 660337 Website Snape Maltings Award winning independent shops house and gardens toys and baby clothes a delicious food emporium and art gallery among them Snape Maltings is also home to many events including the opening weekend of the Aldeburgh Food Drink Festival art workshops guided walks along the River Alde and boat trips subject to the weather Snape Bridge Snape Suffolk IP17 1SR Tel 01728 688 303 Website The Huntingfield Arms Off the beaten track unspoilt and down to earth this pub serves real ales and excellent food from homemade pork pies to excellent roasts The dining area has a small number of tables so it is always worth phoning ahead to be sure of a table and in summer the benches on the village green offer an idyllic setting for a pint or a bite to eat The Street Huntingfield Suffolk IP19 0PU Tel 01986 798320 Weavers Tea Rooms Peasenhall The scones heaven on earth This family run tearoom serves quite delicious home baked cakes and makes a

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  • Suffolk Holiday Guide to Reydon | Southwold Cottage Holidays
    known to the locals as The Nelly or The Boardwalk Restaurant at The Pier There are some great walks right on the doorstep the ancient woodland of Reydon Woods for starters as well as a walk across the River Blyth and Bailey Bridge to the charming seaside village of Walberswick Stop off for a pint and a ploughmans or fish pie at The Bell Inn Further down the coast there is a stunning heathland designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which sits under the auspices of the National Trust and RSPB Minsmere The kids will also love it here Southwold beach the quirky amusement arcade on Southwold Pier crabbing along the Harbour wall in summer or gazing in wonder at the animals Read more Nearby Locations Southwold Holiday Guide Walberswick Holiday Guide Wangford Holiday Guide Wrentham Holiday Guide Attractions and things to do Covehithe and Southwold Covehithe is a tiny village set on the crumbling cliff top two miles from Wrentham The ruins of its 15th century church still provide a striking landmark There s a fantastic beach walk here windswept and fairly remote but for those with stamina you can walk to Southwold Pier tides permitting please check enjoy a cup of coffee then head back to Covehithe Covehithe Suffolk NR34 Website Halesworth Golf Course With an 18 hole championship golf course and 9 hole pay and play course Halesworth Golf Course is just outside the market town set in undulating countryside There is also a 10 bay driving range and chipping and putting greens Non members are also very welcome in the Clubhouse Bramfield Road Halesworth Suffolk IP19 9XA Tel 01986 875567 Website Local pubs and restaurants The Angel Inn Wangford At the centre of village life the Angel is a friendly local pub offering good food local beer and many events from quiz nights to a variety of live music on Friday nights Meals are served both at lunchtime and in the evening and a children s menu is also available A great place to spend a relaxing evening after a long day out Wangford Suffolk NR34 8RL Tel 01502 578636 Website The Horse Groom Wrentham Another good local pub just off the A12 the Horse Groom serves food every day and booking is recommended for Sunday lunch This is very much a village pub with pool table and darts board traditional home cooked food and a large beer garden to enjoy in the summer months 1 London Road Wrentham Suffolk NR34 7HJ Tel 01502 675279 Website The Randolph Reydon Serving good quality food and local Adnams Ales The Randolph has a very loyal following and booking is definitely recommended in the peak holiday periods The restaurant and bar area is attractively furnished and there s a wide choice on the menu The Randolph also caters for children and has a separate children s menu Wangford Road Reydon Suffolk IP18 6PZ Tel 01502 723603 Website Two Magpies Bakery Visit the most talked about bakers on the

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  • Suffolk Holiday Guide to Snape | Suffolk Cottage Holidays
    in the area and the six mile Sailors Path which links Snape with the coast at Aldeburgh follows the route of the meandering River Alde If you prefer a more relaxing way to view the wildlife and reed beds of the Alde then opt for a tranquil boat trip along the section of the river from Snape to Iken where you can also rent a canoe if you are feeling sporty View Snape Holiday Cottages Photo courtesy of Charles Cuthbert Read more Nearby Locations Aldeburgh Holiday Guide Thorpeness Holiday Guide Woodbridge Holiday Guide Yoxford Holiday Guide Attractions and things to do Aldeburgh Music Snape Maltings is an inspirational setting for the world famous music hall run by Aldeburgh Music and the renowned programme of contemporary and classical music attracts talented musicians from around the globe The programme highlights are the Aldeburgh Festival in June and the Snape Proms which runs throughout August each year Snape Maltings Concert Hall Snape Suffolk IP17 1SP Tel 01728 687110 Website Snape Maltings Award winning independent shops house and gardens toys and baby clothes a delicious food emporium and art gallery among them Snape Maltings is also home to many events including the opening weekend of the Aldeburgh Food Drink Festival art workshops guided walks along the River Alde and boat trips subject to the weather Snape Bridge Snape Suffolk IP17 1SR Tel 01728 688 303 Website The Sailors Path The section of the Sailors Path from Snape to Aldeburgh is said to follow the route of the smugglers of old An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty this six mile walk follows the path of the River Alde from the marsh and reed bed habitat through woodland before emerging on to the road by Aldeburgh s golf course Aldeburgh Tourist Office 48 High Street Aldeburgh Suffolk IP15 5AB Tel 01728 453637 Website Local pubs and restaurants Snape Maltings Café 1885 Award winning café and the ideal venue to rest your feet after a bit of retail therapy at Snape Maltings There s an all day brunch menu with a full English breakfast not for the faint hearted as well as a tasty lunch menu including Deben River Mussels Smoked Fish Platter Homemade Soup of the Day and Café 1885 Ploughmans Snape Bridge Snape Suffolk IP17 1SR Tel 01728 687175 Website The Crown Inn A 15th century smugglers inn with all the character that invokes beams brick floors an inglenook fireplace There s a real focus on locally sourced produce the pub rears its own livestock and uses veg from its own allotment it doesn t get more locally sourced than that The menu is mouthwatering the beer is Adnams and its just 5 minutes walk from the Maltings Bridge Road Snape Suffolk IP17 1SL Tel 01728 688324 Website The Plough Sail Pub The Plough Sail is a lovely light open plan pub restaurant and a popular bolthole for the many visitors to the Maltings and Aldeburgh Music The menu choice is extensive and you can

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  • Suffolk Holiday Guide to Thorington | Heritage Hideaways
    Home Holiday guides Suffolk Cottages Thorington Holiday Guide Thorington Holiday Guide Thorington is a little hamlet just 10 minutes drive from the well known coastal resort of Southwold and the seaside villages of Walberswick and Dunwich making it a great base for a holiday cottage on the Suffolk Heritage Coast The bustling market town of Halesworth is also close by and has an excellent range of shops and restaurants as well as an 18 hole golf course and renowned arts centre The Cut Thorington is a beautiful village and you would need to travel by car a short distance to the shops or amenities such as The Queen s Head in Bramfield a lovely pub serving good food Bramfield also has an excellent butcher s and grocery shop riding school and pretty church and the whole area is linked with some well marked footpaths and cycle paths View Thorington Holiday Cottages Read more Nearby Locations Bramfield Holiday Guide Halesworth Holiday Guide Walberswick Holiday Guide Yoxford Holiday Guide The information provided in these guides is for general information purposes only While we endeavour to keep the information up to date and correct the views provided reflect a personal viewpoint and Heritage Hideaways cannot be held liable for loss damage or disruption caused by errors or omissions relating to the information contained in these area guides Please also refer to our website terms and conditions Holiday cottage search Property name ref Area Any Aldeburgh Area Southwold Area Suffolk Countryside Cromer Area Norfolk Broads Town village Any Aldeburgh Brampton Cromer Dunwich Halesworth Horning Needham Oulton Broad Overstrand Reydon Snape Southwold Thorpeness Toft Monks Walberswick Wangford Wrentham Yoxford Walberswick Sleeps Any 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Arrival date Length of stay Any 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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  • Suffolk Holiday Guide Wangford | Suffolk Cottage Holidays
    butterflies View Wangford Holiday Cottages Read more Nearby Locations Halesworth Holiday Guide Reydon Holiday Guide Southwold Holiday Guide Wrentham Holiday Guide Attractions and things to do Africa Alive For families a day out at Africa Alive Safari to gasp at the lions and laugh at the meerkats is highly recommended The re creation of the African Savannah sees giraffes rhinos zebra and hyenas roam freely and there are birds of prey flying displays a Wild Zone play area for the under 5s and the chance to be a Keeper for the Day White s Lane Kessingland Suffolk NR33 7TF Tel 01502 740291 Website Oulton Broad The southern gateway to the Broads National Park Oulton Broad is home to Watersports Clubs offering everything from sailing to canoeing and kayaking Fishing is a popular pastime as well of course as simply taking a day trip on a cruiser and enjoying the stunning natural scenery of the area Carlton Marshes Nature Reserve nearby is also well worth a visit 6 Yacht Station Bridge Road Lowestoft Suffolk NR33 9JS Tel 01502 589556 Website Somerleyton Hall and Gardens This stately Tudor Jacobean mansion is set in stunning gardens with ornate glasshouses topiary and rose beds and its famed yew hedge Maze designed and planted in 1846 You can visit the Hall and Gardens or just the Gardens and Maze and relax in the lovely tea rooms afterwards Open April to September Lovingland Suffolk NR32 5QQ Tel 01502 734901 Website The Cut Halesworth Arts music theatre cinema The Cut has a varied and exciting programme of events throughout the year There are two high profile arts festivals annually High Tide in early May showcases the theatre of exceptional new playwrights while the Halesworth Arts Festival in October focuses on music and the performing arts New Cut Halesworth Suffolk IP19 8BY Tel 01986 873285 Website Local pubs and restaurants The Angel Inn Wangford At the centre of village life the Angel is a friendly local pub offering good food local beer and many events from quiz nights to a variety of live music on Friday nights Meals are served both at lunchtime and in the evening and a children s menu is also available A great place to spend a relaxing evening after a long day out Wangford Suffolk NR34 8RL Tel 01502 578636 Website The Randolph Reydon Serving good quality food and local Adnams Ales The Randolph has a very loyal following and booking is definitely recommended in the peak holiday periods The restaurant and bar area is attractively furnished and there s a wide choice on the menu The Randolph also caters for children and has a separate children s menu Wangford Road Reydon Suffolk IP18 6PZ Tel 01502 723603 Website The White Hart Blythburgh A traditional village pub on the A12 the White Hart has stunning views over the River Blyth from the patio garden and is a popular stopping off point for the Coastal Voyager River Blyth cruises Offering hearty home cooked food

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