Suffolk Guide to accommodation, restaurants & pubs, attractions & places to visit

Welcome to Suffolk! In this local Guide you’ll find listings of forthcoming events, concerts, Art Exhibitions and plenty of things to do throughout the year. We also have a guide to Suffolk Restaurants, Pubs in Suffolk and, of course, where to stay, so book your Summer break in Suffolk now! You’ll find a guide to Suffolk Hotels here and a Wedding Guide here to help you find out all about this romantic county. So use the Suffolk Guides to find what’s on offer & then click straight through to make a booking.

Weird and Wonderful Wood

Weird and Wonderful Wood at Haughley Park – Credit: Heritage Snapper There’s something for everyone at Weird and Wonderful Wood, a friendly and laidback event where like-minded individuals gather to...

National Gardens Scheme

Gardens Open in Suffolk The National Garden Scheme (NGS) raises money for charity by encouraging people to open their gardens to the public on specific dates throughout the year. In...

Christmas and New Year in Suffolk

There are plenty of Christmas happenings in Suffolk this year! If you want to jumpstart the season, you’ve come to the right place! Santa’s Grottos, Christmas markets, and festive pantomimes...

Halesworth

Halesworth has a lot of heritage and history, dating back to the Middle Ages. The River Blyth, on which the town sits, was made navigable in 1756, marking the town’s...

Moulton Packhorse Bridge

The ancient road from Bury St Edmunds to Cambridge features a medieval bridge spanning more than 20m. Although the name implies the bridge was strictly intended for packhorses, it is...

Southwold Railway

The age-old port of Southwold connects heathland and marsh on the coast of Suffolk on the most easterly point of the UK. The harbour became of less importance during the...

Suffolk and the Suffragettes

Did you know that two leaders in the Women’s Suffrage movement lived in Suffolk?  Millicent Garret Fawcett was the daughter of Louise Dunnell and Newson Garrett and was born in...

Bawdsey Radar Station

Between the two World Wars, radar technology was developed and tested in Suffolk. Today, you can visit the place where much of the groundbreaking work was practised. In 1937, RAF...

Hadleigh

Hadleigh is a quintessential market town situated near Ipswich, though being far enough to preserve its own unique character and history. Prior to the 17th century, Hadleigh was a cloth-producing...

Newmarket

Newmarket is sure to capture the hearts of both horseracing enthusiasts and lovers of quintessential English towns. This is the perfect location to explore the Forest Heath area, which is...

RSPB Havergate Island

Throughout the spring and summer, avocets and terns breed prolifically at RSPB Havergate Island. During the autumn and winter, the refuge provides protection for a myriad of waterfowl and wading...

RSPB Lakenheath Fen

Lakenheath Fen Lakenheath Fen nature reserve, which was once a carrot patch, has become a habitat for a wide range of species in the last 12 years. Marsh harriers, hobbies,...

Westleton

Westleton is a charming little village set on the beautiful Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is home to the renowned RSPB Minsmere and sits within...

RSPB North Warren

RSPB North Warren near Aldeburgh is an excellent and easy-to-access getaway if you want to enjoy the great outdoors in all its glory. There are many different habitats to explore,...

Days Out in Lowestoft

Lowestoft, located on the border of Suffolk and Norfolk, is a port and seaside resort with a fascinating history. Lowestoft was one of the 20th century’s pillars of the fishing...

Pakefield

The Tramway Hotel, Pakefield by Adrian S Pye, CC BY-SA 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons Pakefield sits on some of Suffolk’s most dramatic coastline, near Lowestoft. This charming village is sufficiently...

Days Out in Felixstowe

More than half of the UK’s containerised shipping business is handled at the Port of Felixstowe, Suffolk. The Orwell Estuary is protected by Landguard Peninsula, an apt name for an...

Days Out in Newmarket

Whether you’re a dedicated horse-racing enthusiast or simply a fan of lovely English villages, Newmarket is sure to please. In the Forest Heath area near Cambridge, Ely, Bury St Edmunds,...

Lowestoft Beach

Lowestoft is the UK’s most easterly town, and its seafront provides a traditional seaside experience, with sandy beaches worthy of their Blue Flag award, Royal Plain Fountains, Victorian seafront gardens,...

Lowestoft

The beautiful town of Lowestoft sits in the northernmost part of the Suffolk Coast. It is not only the most easterly town in the UK but also the first location...

Orford Holiday Cottages

Set on the beautiful Suffolk Coast, Orford is an attractive fishing village that boasts a world-class nature reserve, intriguing historical sites, and charming seaside holiday cottages. Orford cottages provide a...

The Angel Hotel, Bury St Edmunds

This magnificent boutique hotel in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, surprises most with its touch of urban chic on the historically inspired theme of Bury St Edmunds. This 4-star Georgian ivy-clad...

Felixstowe Beach

Visiting Felixstowe Beach Families flock to Felixstowe beach on the Suffolk coast year after year. Despite its primary function as a port for giant ships and boats of all types,...

Self Catering Cottages in Thorpeness

Our collection of Thorpeness holiday cottages can help you find your coastal dream holiday home. From family-friendly activities to some of the finest coastal walks in the region, this quaint...