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Holiday cottages for 6 people in Suffolk, East Anglia


A group of six people renting a holiday cottage in Suffolk could be a group of friends visiting Suffolk or a family group looking for a three bedroom cottage.

There are self-catering cottages for six people scattered throughout Suffolk. These may be traditional colour washed or half timbered period cottages for which the county is famed, thatched country cottages or modern pine lodges.

Suffolk is a somewhat unusual holiday destination. It is perfect for weekend escapes from London. People can enjoy the tranquillity of the countryside within a 2 hour journey from London.


suffolk cottages for six people


Beautiful Suffolk - a fascinating holiday hot spot

Suffolk is a renowned beautiful county. Set in eastern England, it has a coast where much boating and yachting takes place. A walk along the coast would reveal numerous marinas and yacht clubs. It is also a recommended destination for learning to sail at one of the sailing schools. Woodbridge on the river Deben which flows to meet the North Sea at Felixstowe is a very popular boating area.

Groups of six people that might just like the idea of rowing on a river, as a holiday activity, might like to visit Flatford Mill, in south Suffolk, which offers inexpensive rowing boats by the hour. There is also a very good tea shop to meet up in for refreshments later.

Self-catering holiday in Suffolk

Seaside towns and coastal nature reserves also feature in Suffolk. Rent a log cabin for six near a nature reserve at Orfordness along the watery landscapes where the River Alde meanders and enjoy a birdwatching and wild flower spotting weekend.

Seaside towns such as Southwold are another fabulous place to visit on holiday. See colourful beach huts, take tea on the pier or go fishing.

Southwold pier

Holidaymakers cannot venture far in Suffolk without coming across an impressive parish church. There are over a thousand churches in Suffolk, many of which are listed and interesting places to visit on holiday to find out more about the history of the area. A wander around an ancient graveyard can be a fascinating experience. Newbies to Suffolk may wish to stay in Dedham, Long Melford or Lavenham, all of which have a handsome historic church and various tourist attractions.

Long Melford

Antiques are another common feature of Suffolk. It is impossible to visit Suffolk without coming across antique fairs, antique shops or eateries that also sell a few antiques. The county is absorbed with ancient and high quality artefacts. It is one of the few British places to visit where a souvenir is more likely to be an object from the past.

We hope that you manage find suitable self-catering accommodation to sleep 6 and have a wonderful self-catering holiday in Suffolk.