Suffolk is a typically English county and has remained mostly undamaged by humans in the last few centuries, with much of the impressive coastline remaining the same as it would have been hundreds of years ago. Seaside Holiday Cottages in Suffolk are a popular choice with holidaymakers heading for the coast because they offer easy access to all the amazing beaches, cliff tops and rocky coves along the coast of Suffolk and they also allow people to travel inland as well to see the rest of the county if they wish.
There are several seaside towns spaced along the coastline of the county, each offering something a little different to the people who visit them, including places such as Orford which is known for is active and buzzing atmosphere and also Southwold which is a typical old fashioned town that could have fallen straight off an artists canvas. Along the coast there are also several heritage sights and nature reserves providing fantastic looking landscapes full of wildlife.
There are many Seaside Holiday Cottages in Suffolk dotted along the coastline, either in small holiday communities or spaced out on their own so that people can choose whether they want to make new friends while being on holiday or just to get away from everything and anyone and relax.
One of the best places to go and visit while staying in one of the Seaside Holiday Cottages in Suffolk is Bury St Edmunds which is home to the ruins of an Abbey which was once the richest and most powerful in England. There is also the smallest pub in England, serving locally brewed Greene King ale which is a local speciality.
As well as pubs and beer the county of Suffolk is also renowned for its great food which is almost entirely sourced as locally as possible and this great food can be eaten anywhere, in one of the many pubs that there are in the villages and along the coast or in the restaurants. Whether it is a family break, a romantic getaway or just a trip with friends, Suffolk is a great location for a holiday.