Southwold Cottages

Southwold Surrounding Villages on the Suffolk Coast

It would be difficult to find a seaside town that is more distinctly English than Southwold. A promenade lined with colourful beach huts, the serene Southwold pier by the sea, and a vibrant and unique High Street can all be found in this lovely village, boasting a myriad of wonderful Southwold cottages.

A wide selection of Southwold holiday cottages and holiday homes give visitors an abundance of choices to make for a wonderful holiday or even just a short break to Suffolk’s Heritage Coast.

The quaint village of Reydon nearby is home to a number of pubs, shops, and a welcoming community. You can reach Reydon from Southwold via a short cycling route or by bus. Many other surrounding villages, including Wrentham and Wangford, are worth seeing while visiting Southwold.

Walberswick can be found on a ferry ride or a short walk over the River Blyth. This Suffolk coast village is filled with personality and character, with interesting shops, pubs, art galleries, and tea shops around every corner.

The charming market town of Beccles can be found in the North West region of Southwold. The most easterly point of England is found at the River Waveney, which flows into the sea at Lowestoft. This town boasts a myriad of lovely places to eat, shop, and visit some fascinating historical churches.

Evidently, Southwold’s surrounding villages are certainly worth the trip when during your Southwold holiday, and the holiday cottages in Southwold serve as the perfect base for doing so.

Find the perfect accommodation from the the many holiday cottages listed below for your stay in the beautiful Suffolk countryside below. Our list of Southwold cottages is sure to include the perfect place for your and your family. Find a quaint little beach hut, stretch out in the sun, choose from an abundance of Southwold cottages, and make the most of your Southwold holiday!

The Glory Hut Southwold Beach Hut

This wonderful Southwold beach hut is set close to the Southwold Pier and offers a wide collection of great amenities, including a lake where boating is available, an arcade, and putting green just a short drive away.

The Glory Hut Beach Hut is the ideal place to enjoy a sunny day at the beach, with beautiful sea views and all the equipment and necessities to prepare a meal. Explore the Victorian Pier, walk by the seaside, and build sandcastles.

The same owners of The Glory Hut also own the Grace House, a pet-friendly Southwold cottage that gives guests access to the Glory Hut. Southwold brings old charm and modern comfort together. The many famous photographs and paintings of the town speak of the many lovely beach huts for which the town is famous.

Stretching from Gun Hill to the Pier, around 300 colourful beach huts line the seaside at Southwold. Though not technically holiday cottages and even if you can’t stay overnight, the beach huts truly bring a sense of nostalgia to your beach day.

Southwold Cottages

The Southwold Loft

Set in stunning surroundings in the heart of Southwold, this lovely holiday cottage offers guests modern amenities in a spacious bedroom that sleeps two. This self-catering cottage makes for the perfect couples’ getaway with awe-inspiring sea views and so much to do in the surrounding area.

Perfect for long stays and short breaks alike, this Southwold holiday cottage is decorated in authentic Southwold charm and benefits from bright natural light entering through the windows and skylights, conveying an open and airy atmosphere.

Wifi, private parking, bed sheets of the highest quality, and a well-equipped kitchen are all part of the deal when you stay at the Southwold Loft, so don’t wait to make your booking at one of the most prestigious Southwold holiday cottages you’ll find.

Dolphin Cottage

The Dolphin cottage is an authentic British holiday home on the Southwold seafront located a short walk away from Southwold’s high street. The property features bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens, a beautiful dining room and a lovely garden, ideal for having an alfresco dining experience and enjoying a hot cup of coffee while overlooking the sea.

Everything is included in the price: 100% cotton bed linens, towels, heating, and electricity, as well as a bottle of welcome wine and biscuits to help you start your break off right. The Dolphin cottage offers two bedrooms, sleeps four, and welcomes pets onto the premise.

Sweet Pea

This quaint cottage was renovated in 2017 to boast a vast living space with an open-plan living area with light streaming in through the windows overlooking the lovely courtyard featuring patio-enclosed garden amenities. Kids will love this space as there is a pathway from the rooms leading directly to the exciting playground.

Guests can stretch out on one of the two large sofas and watch a movie on the Smart TV. This Southwold holiday home is set far away from any annoying traffic, making it the ideal destination for a relaxing getaway with the family. Sweet Pea offers two bedrooms, sleeps four, and welcomes pets to join.

Harriet’s Cottage

A beautiful array of colours, textiles, and quality fittings decorate the interiors. A door to the shower room and a charming living room with a kitchen is located off a hallway that leads to the stairs to the ground floor. The lodging on the first floor offers a spacious double bedroom, one being well suited for kids as it contains bunk beds and beautiful sea views through the window right above the bed.

Many Southwold holiday cottages maintain their old features, and Harriet’s Cottage is no different. The cottage is quite old, so be sure to take care when climbing the steep stairs.

Outside you’ll find a charming little patio where you can take your morning coffee, and a public off-road parking area is nearby. Harriet’s Cottage offers two bedrooms, sleeps four, and does not allow pets.

Apostle Cottage

The extensive hall meanders through the elegant kitchen and dining area and leads to the lovely courtyard and outside shower where guests can wash off after a day at the beach. Situated right across from the St Edmunds’ Church and Bartholomew Green, the Apostle Cottage offers a history-infused experience with all the modern amenities you may need for a comfortable Southwold holiday. The secluded outdoor area has comfortable seating and bistro-style tables, perfect for a relaxing afternoon with the whole family.

This terraced self-catering holiday house is furnished with central heating, a FreeSat TV, and a variety of kitchen appliances, including a fridge, a three-draw freezer, an electric hob with five burners, a washing machine, a dishwasher, and a microwave that can be used independently. Apostle Cottage offers three bedrooms, sleeps five, and does not allow pets.

Secret Cottage

Nestled deep in the heart of Southwold, Secret Cottage has recently been renovated to become a beautiful cottage that sleeps three and boasts authentic Suffolk charm. The open plan living space features an open fire effect and a well-equipped kitchen ideal for cooking up a fantastic meal.

The ground-floor bedroom offers an abundance of storage space and an additional washing room. Just a short walk away from the high street, the Secret Cottage is the perfect base for exploring all Southwold has to offer.

The cottage also offers easy access to the sandy beach so families can enjoy fun-filled days in the sun and return to a comfortable home. The Secret Cottage offers two bedrooms, sleeps three, and welcomes pets.

The Hive

The Hive has a wonderful atmosphere to it, with ample space and wonderful amenities to make your stay convenient and comfortable. The open plan space is drenched in natural light streaming into the kitchen and dining area that opens onto the patio and an impressive green.

The double-glazed doors in the master bedroom serve as the ideal spot to have your morning coffee in the sun before heading out to the high street just a stone’s throw away.

Like many other holiday cottages in Southwold, The Hive offers easy access to the renowned promenade and pier, in addition to the exciting town with its friendly community. The Hive has two bedrooms, sleeps four, and does not allow pets.

Parsley Cottage

For a traditional British holiday cottage in the beautiful area of Southwold, look no further than Parsley Cottage. Newly refurbished, this cottage is set a short walk away from the sandy beach, the promenade, and the iconic Southwold Pier. Guests will be spoilt for dining options, with a myriad of eateries in the high street.

The Adnams Brewery, the lighthouse, and the St Edmunds’ church are all adjacent to this cottage, so there will always be an exciting experience around the corner. The front door leads you to a spacious kitchen and dining room and two comfortable rooms, one being a Twin and the other a King.

Parsley Cottage offers two bedrooms, sleeps four, and does not allow pets.

Mycroft

This lovely holiday cottage is ideally located in central Southwold and boasts a spacious courtyard garden and off-road parking. Mycroft is pet-friendly, so your fluffy friend can join you on your seaside Southwold holiday and explore the lively town and beautiful beach with you.

The room offers a tasteful seaside theme with a king-size bed, bedside tables with drawers, and a functional storage unit with shelves, drawers, and hanging space, all overlooking the courtyard. Open carpeted stairs lead from the living area to the first-floor landing, where you will find the family bathroom and the two carpeted bedrooms. Mycroft offers two bedrooms, sleeps four, and invites pets to join.

The Smokehouse Cottage

The Smokehouse Cottage is one of the best Southwold cottages and conveys a serene feeling of relaxation and luxury. Set apart from the main road in Southwold, this cottage is just a stone’s throw away from the lovely beach.

The quirky property dates back to the 10th century when it was commonplace for fishermen to smoke their catch of the day here, hence the name. This Southwold cottage is the ideal spot for families and couples to catch a breath of fresh ocean air, spend days in the sun in their private secluded garden, and make the most of their holiday when they visit Southwold Suffolk.

The master bedroom boasts views of the lighthouse and is elegantly decorated. The kitchen is cleverly designed to make the most of every space and offers all the amenities you’ll need for a comfortable stay. The Smokehouse Cottage offers two bedrooms, sleeps four, and welcomes pets.

Garden Cottage

The Garden Cottage is a one-level, ground-floor, self-catering cottage set on North Parade in quiet, serene surroundings. The beach is a short walk away, and the pet-friendly cottage features an open-plan environment with gorgeous views of the garden. Upon entering the house, you’ll find a large open living/dining/kitchen area.

Beyond that, you will find the master bedroom and an inner hall connecting two additional bedrooms and the bathroom. Garden Cottage sits at the end of the sizeable west-facing garden, with a raised sun terrace with sea views and a lawn.

Guests can either walk through the path north of the property or through the neighbour’s driveway to access the property. This wonderful cottage offers three bedrooms, sleeps five, and welcomes pets.

The Teepee

Spend your Southwold holiday or short break in class at this lovely holiday cottage in Southwold. The Teepee is centrally located and offers views of the beautiful Bartholomew Green. A recent renovation has left the property bright and revived, with three bedrooms offering families the opportunity to relax and enjoy Southwold, Suffolk, at its best.

The ground floor holds the dining and kitchen area along with a comfortable sitting space. On the first floor, you’ll find the family shower room and all three bedrooms. Guests can walk to the beach or explore the lively main street with all its great pubs, shops, and restaurants from here. The Teepee Cottage offers three bedrooms, sleeps five, and does not allow pets.

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