Suffolk Holiday Parks

Holiday Homes - Caravans, Lodges, Touring & Glamping in Suffolk

Suffolk sits in East Anglia bording Cambridgeshire to the west, Norfolk to the north and Essex to the south. It boasts over 100 holiday parks with many dotted along the coast that stretches from Lowestoft beach in the north to Felixstowe in the south.

The Suffolk Coast is a 50-mile stretch of heritage coastline and area of outstanding natural beauty situated just two hours from central London. As well as being a wildlife lover’s paradise and a photographer’s dream, The Suffolk Coast is one of the best places to visit in Suffolk if you are into quaint fishing villages, fabulous beaches, great food and culture.

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Of the many things to see and do in Suffolk such as castles, medieval towns, stately homes and gardens,  the Suffolk Wool Towns are not to be missed. These historic towns and villages have changed little since Tudor times and hold some of the most beautiful Suffolk attractions: timber-framed buildings, crooked streets and huge, lavish churches. There’s also plenty of fun stuff for kids in Suffolk, including rare breed farms, animal parks, living museums, forest playgrounds, children’s festivals and crabbing.

Of the many things to see and do in Suffolk such as castles, medieval towns, stately homes and gardens,  the Suffolk Wool Towns are not to be missed. These historic towns and villages have changed little since Tudor times and hold some of the most beautiful Suffolk attractions: timber-framed buildings, crooked streets and huge, lavish churches. There’s also plenty of fun stuff for kids in Suffolk, including rare breed farms, animal parks, living museums, forest playgrounds, children’s festivals and crabbing.

Suffolk Coast Beaches

The Suffolk Coast is known for its magnificent beaches that hug the 50 miles of coast. At the very northern tip of Suffolk is Lowestoft Beach - one of the best in Suffolk. Lowestoft's golden sandy beach is a popular destination during the summer months hosting a number of activities including water sports and beach volleyball. The other attraction of Lowestoft is the easy access to the waterways and lakes of the Suffolk Broads. Other popular villages and beaches that are easily accessible from your holiday park are....

  • Southwolf village with its coloured beach huts, lively pier and charming pubs
  • Orford - a tint fishing village that also boasts ots own medival castle dating back to 1165
Kentwell Hall

Kentwell Hall is one of England’s finest Tudor houses that stands within the largest moat in the county and a 3/4 mile driveway lined with ancient Lime Trees. The tour of the house takes you past important works of art including 14th century pictures, tapestries and stain glass windows.

Kentwell’s magical gardens are spread over 30 acres and include Walled & Sunken gardens. The Cedar lawn is not to be missed and is the perfect setting to sit and wonder at some of England’s tallest Cedar Trees and the Sculpted Cedar that is designed on the theme of the Tower of Babel.

The house is around 20 minutes drive from Bury St Edmunds off the A134. For further information of opening times, tickets and special events please visit their website.

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