Suffolk Bed and Breakfast
If you're looking for a fabulous Bed & Breakfast in Suffolk
you've come to the right place for the best selection. Here's a taster of what you can expect, but for a full listing of all our B&B's in Suffolk please see Suffolk B&Bs
or click here for Luxury B&Bs
B&B in the Woodbridge areaMill Lane B&B, Butley
is a haven of peace and tranquillity. Located at the top of Butley Creek near Woodbridge and Orford, this is an ideal accommodation option for nature lovers (especially if you are looking for somewhere to accommodate a horse or pony!) or those wanting to unwind and relax. The ensuite bedrooms are light and airy and a tasty breakfast of locally sourced produce is served each morning. Please click on the link above for more information.
Suffolk Bed and Breakfast Guide - further inland, towards Bury St EdmundsKingfisher Barn, Eye
, offers its guests peace and tranquility through and through. Located just 40 minutes from the Suffolk Coast and overlooking a picturesque pond and common, this self-contained annexe comes at a very reasonable price. The accommodation is luxurious, with a Kingsize bed, modern wet room and other mod cons such as central heating, Wi-Fi, combined LCD/DVD TV, fridge and cafetiere. Breakfasts are included and are served in the owners' kitchen using top quality local products and free range eggs. This unique B&B is ideal for cyclists, walkers, birdwatchers or couples wishing to escape city living.
Suffolk has many stunning Villages and Towns but these are our top picks - Long Melford
and Bury St Edmunds
is also close by, so this is a great base to explore the countryside.
Wroughton Lodge near Lavenham offers spacious accommodation in an attractive house with large gardens, is set in a quiet village location. All rooms are delightfully furnished and enjoy full en-suite facilities. There's an out-door swimming pool and hard tennis court too, both of which can be made available to guests, so for a bit of an activity break take a look at Wroughton Lodge
Suffolk Bed and Breakfast - Farm Stays
Taking a break on a farm
can be a great option - the experience can be relaxing, educational and a good way to explore the working country life of Suffolk, with a farming family as your host and guides. If this appeals to you then check out Newmans Hall Bed and Breakfast, Sudbury
. For a rural escape that isn't quite a farm, check out these B&B's -Barking Bed & Breakfast
offers cosy cabin accommodation in a beautiful village with a variety of public footpaths, open farmland and woods on the doorstep. Equipped with sofabed, shower room, stocked fridge, tv and wi-fi and with your own verandah overlooking the lovely garden and the resident chickens, you'll feel right at home in this little retreat. Situated within a few miles of Stowmarket, Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich, this is a great base from which to explore. Thurstons B&B
is a Grade II* Listed Tudor farmhouse with a fully restored barn surrounded by its own woods, ponds and beautiful gardens offering spacious and exceptional bed & breakfast accommodation. There are a variety of bedrooms on offer in the barn, varying in size and style, but all rooms with hairdryer, Wifi and flat screen televisions plus inbuilt DVD players. So blend the old and the new at this fabulous country escape close to Saxmundham and the Coast. Red House Farm B & B, Saxmundham
is also near Saxmundham and is set in 6 acres of picturesque meadowland in the Alde Valley and here you can enjoy their horses, pet Hebridean sheep, ducks and chickens who provide the free range eggs for sumptuous breakfasts served in the dining room!
Historic B&B's in SuffolkThe Old Rectory Country House
is a peaceful retreat between Lavenham and Sudbury. It is a delightful house, steeped in intriguing history, with extensive gardens, a pool and tennis court. Find out all about it here - The Old Rectory Country House, Great Waldingfield
For a luxurious Suffolk country bed and breakfast check out College Farm, Hintlesham
, pictured above. Located just six miles from Suffolk's county town, Ipswich, College Farm offers B&B accommodation in a 15th Century Grade 2 listed Farmhouse. One room is in the ground floor converted stable for easy, stair-free access, and all rooms are tastefully furnished and have added extras - such as period furniture and lovely, countryside views - to make your stay more comfortable. Click on the link above for more details.Find more Luxury B&Bs in Suffolk hereHaughley House
is a manor house dating back to medieval times. Free tea and gorgeous homemade cake are available upon arrival, and delicious home-cooked breakfasts are served at a time of your choosing. There are three rooms in the oldest part of the house (with stair lift access). Afternoon tea can be taken in the garden where you can view the vegetables that you will eat at dinner! There is also a croquet lawn which guests are free to use. The oak-pannelled drawing is a great place to relax with a tipple, and dinner is served in the elegant dining room. Haughley House is ideally situated for visiting other areas of Suffolk including the Heritage Coast, and there are many and varied walks available from the house.
Avondale House B&B is a Victorian house in a quiet but central location in the lovely town of Framlingham
. All rooms are en-suite with their own Tea and Coffee making facilities. Framlingham offers plenty of attractions and is also situated close to the Suffolk Coast, Woodbridge and Ipswich, so it's well positioned for the best of Suffolk. Find out more here Avondale House B&B, Framlingham
Possibly one of the most romantic B&B options available - and definitely one of the most unique - is Gypsy Hollow, Halesworth
. Here you'll stay in the authentic bow-top wagon located in a tranquil and private area, relax in the Summerhouse and the Spa, and enjoy delicious, home-cooked breakfasts straight from the nearby farm (including Glos Old Spot/Berkshire pork and fresh eggs) each morning! There is a kitchen area for you to do your own cooking (with farm produce available to buy all year round), or an evening meal can be provided if required.
If you want to go a little more modern than a Gypsy Caravan we have just the thing for you - a 1970's Vintage caravan! Owned by the same people as Gypsy Hollow, this quirky, cosy 1970’s Castleton Classic vintage caravan has all the creature comforts you could want or need, including a double bed with luxury linen and fluffy towels, kitchen with kettle and ring hob, plus a shower with plenty of flowing hot water. Find out more - Blackberry Way Vintage CaravanFind other unique and unusual places to stay in Suffolk here
Suffolk Coastal B&B's
If you're seeking a peaceful B&B retreat on or close to the Suffolk Coast
we have lots of great options for you. Top listed are those in and around the Southwold, Dunwich and Aldeburgh mid coastal area
and beneath them are B&Bs around the North (Lowestoft) and South (Felixstowe) Coasts -
A short walk from the town centre and blue flag pebble beach at Aldeburgh is the The Fairway Bed & Breakfast
an Adults Only bungalow. Ample off-road parking, a King Size en-suite room which includes a delicious full English Breakfast. Perfect for a peaceful getaway. Valley Farm B&B
is located in Peasenhall a few miles inland and it's a beautifully preserved 17th Century Grade II listed farmhouse set in 20 acres of meadows. Two well equipped double bedrooms with bathrooms await you, and you start your day with a delicious home cooked breakfast on the Aga. From here you can walk to the pub, the deli, tea rooms, butchers, shop and post office and explore the glorious countryside or drive over to the Coast.Willowtree Cottage B&B, Kelsale
Situated just 20 minutes drive from the coast, this delightful and modern cottage sits in a mature orchard on the outskirts of the village of Kelsale. With peaceful surroundings and close to Saxmundham, Snape and Aldeburgh, this is a perfect base for your stay. Snape Maltings and RSPB Minsmere are also just a short drive away. The accommodation is light and airy with one double room and en-suite shower. In the summer months, enjoy breakfast on the terrace, overlooking the orchard. There's plenty of choice available from a traditional English Breakfast with local produce to fresh out-of-the-oven Croissants and Brioche plus home-made Marmalade and jam. For more information, see Willowtree Cottage B&BChurch Farmhouse, Uggeshall
is a Grade 11 listed country house set in 3 acres of stunning gardens just 5 miles from Southwold and a few miles from the Coast at Covehithe. Here you'll enjoy enjoy the most delicious breakfast with homemade marmalade, local Suffolk bacon, free range eggs from the village, local sausages and Waveney mushrooms etc. and you can request Dinner here too, as frankly, you won#'t want to leave when you arrive! Find out all about Church Farmhouse here Farmhouse B&B in Kelsale
offers a warm welcome and the owners will be happy to share their wealth of information about this fascinating area of Suffolk where there's plenty going on all year round. From the Farmhouse you can easily reach a variety of Suffolk top attractions including Aldeburgh Music at Snape Maltings and RSPB Minsmere. Find out more and book your stay here - The Farmhouse B&B Kelsale
At Hare Lodge, Peasenhall
you can enjoy a relaxing break in a unique new England style B&B in the Suffolk countryside in the lovely village of Peasenhall (home to award winning royal favourite Emmetts Deli & Smokehouse), yet within easy reach of the Suffolk coast and RSPB Minsmere. Offering double bedrooms with king size beds, en suite shower rooms in 2 acres of mature gardens, this period B&B, dating back to the 16th Century, is a great choice for those who love the countryside and the coast. Check it out now - Hare Lodge B&B Peasenhall
Nearby you'll find Valley Farm B&B
, a beautifully preserved 17th Century Grade II listed farmhouse set in 20 acres of meadows. A well equipped double bedroom and bathroom awaits you, and you start your day with a delicious home cooked breakfast on the Aga. From here you can walk to the pub, the deli, tea rooms, butchers, shop and post office and explore the glorious countryside or drive over to the Coast. The Old Custom House B&B
is a 16th Century Custom House and possible (former) jail house in the lovely village of Blythburgh. Conveniently located just off the A12 for short drives to Southwold, Walberswick and Aldeburgh, the B&B has an "upside down approach" with living areas upstairs and bedrooms downstairs (not in a cellar though!). Take a look at this unique and historic B&B - Old Custom House B&B, BlythburghHolly Tree Cottage
is located in the village of Darsham just a few miles from the Suffolk Coast but within walking distance of the train station connecting through to Ipswich and London Liverpool St. In addition to a warm and friendly stay, you can expect plenty of character from this cottage which is full of nooks and crannies, and not quite what you would expect. For details on how to book, please see: Holly Tree Cottage
For a comfortable, relaxing stay, visit Field End B&B, Leiston
. Located South of the town centre, the property is a re-furbished Edwardian house. Field End is family friendly and you will find games, cards, jigsaws and a radio for your entertainment in the lounge/dining room. A Breakfast Menu is provided, with food prepared using local produce where possible. Simple or vegetarian diets are also well catered for. Please note that the Suffolk Tourist Guide includes listings of accommodation that are not rated by the AA or Visit Britain or other independent bodies. This is not a quality reflection on those providers - the costs of obtaining and maintaining ratings can be prohibitive, particularly for the smaller B&Bs with just one or two rooms available where it might not be cost effective to maintain a rating. Our policy on the Guide is not to restrict consumer choice by refusing to list non-rated B&B's - it's your choice!
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