Holiday cottages in Suffolk

Landscapes beautiful enough to inspire a great artist and a coastline worthy of an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ status; Suffolk is an inspiring place to stay.

These cottages can be found in the area made famous by painter John Constable, close to the colourful heathlands of the coast or nestled in the woodlands of a Georgian palace.

By staying in these restored historic cottages, such as 17th-century Thorington Hall, you’ll be helping us to maintain their original features as well as the treasured landscapes they sit within.

The brick exterior of Bridge Farm Cottage, Dunwich, Saxmundham, Suffolk

Bridge Farm Cottage, Saxmundham 

A peaceful retreat surrounded by grass meadows, pine forests and sea views.

The exterior of The Round House, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk

The Round House, Bury St Edmunds 

Cosy up in this folky rotunda deep in the woodlands of the Ickworth Estate.

The brick exterior of Gardens House, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

Gardens House, Bury St Edmunds 

An idyllic stay on the Ickworth estate with a lakeside garden and homely interior.

The exterior of Carpenters Cottage, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

Carpenter's Cottage, Bury St Edmunds 

A Victorian farm cottage set on the Ickworth estate and finished with an elegant décor.

The exterior of Thorington Hall, nr Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk

Thorington Hall, nr Stoke-by-Nayland 

A striking eight-bedroom farmhouse with fine historic detailing throughout.

The exterior of Thorington Lodge, nr Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk

Thorington Lodge, nr Stoke-by-Nayland 

An ivy-clad gate lodge on the side of a 17th-century Suffolk farmhouse.