Suffolk is a coastal haven, offering a beautifully untouched, classical seaside resort with a lush countryside and picturesque meadows. The county is rich with culture, where you can indulge in such festivities as the Aldeburgh Festival at Snape Maltings Concert Hall, or go see a classic performance at the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds. If the city doesn’t take your fancy then how about enjoying some of the miles and miles of rural, pristine countryside that Suffolk has to offer. With cycle tracks leading you to historical towns and walking routes taking you through some of the finest scenery that the South of England has to offer, you’ll be making your own little adventure that everyone can remember. Keen to see some of Suffolk’s famous wildlife? Then look no further than the flattering selection of zoo’s, wildlife parks and animal sanctuary’s to keep the family entertained. Then let’s not forget the county’s biggest Theme Park Pleasurewood Hills, which is home to plenty of white knuckle thrill rides and rollercoaster’s for the kids to enjoy! Whether you’re planning a short trip or a long stay, Suffolk has plenty to offer and enjoy for all age groups… So why not give it a try and check it out for yourself?
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If you’re looking for a short and relaxed break then Suffolk is the place to be, with its ease of access and wealth of History. You’ll be heading to one of the most well preserved areas of the country where everything oozes that ancient beauty from our forefathers. From London’s Liverpool Station you could be there in little more than one and a half hours – you’d still be in the airport if you were going abroad! Couple this with cheap hotel fees starting at as little as the cost of a basic Travelodge and you can see why Suffolk is such an appealing, affordable place! You’ll be able to spend less money on accommodation and travel, and more money on the holiday! Maybe you don’t fancy staying in a hotel? Maybe you want something with a little more rural charm? Well then why not retreat to the countryside and rent out a cosy cottage for a few nights! With the fantastic array of holiday cottages on offer Suffolk has plenty of quiet scenic locations for you to enjoy a short, relaxed stay in some of England’s richest countryside. If you want to experience all this on your next holiday then don’t delay, Suffolk’s just a short journey away!
Mid-week breaks are fantastic in Suffolk as there is always plenty going on to warrant a trip; whether you’re just staying for a few nights or maybe even a little longer. It is home to Newmarket – one of the most popular racecourses in the United Kingdom, which regularly has meetings both on week days and weekends for holiday makers to enjoy. There are also plenty of annual festivities that go on throughout the year, ranging from the Aldeburgh Literary festival in spring through to the Bury St Edmunds Christmas fayre in winter. These events always arouse a great deal of the public and it’s lovely to go down and be part of the atmosphere! If you’re the type who likes fresh food, Suffolk is also very popular with its farmers markets. The county boasts 3 large certified markets and several smaller offerings which stock wide ranges of meat and vegetables at quality prices. If you’re looking for family fun, you’d be silly to pass up the opportunity to go to Pleasurewood Hills, Suffolk’s leading theme park. Boasting adrenaline pumping rides such as Wipeout, it’s a great day for the whole family and well worth a visit!
During the weekend Suffolk has all the hustle and bustle of a County that’s teaming with life, and there are plenty of places on offer to satisfy your thirst for a nightlife or just a quiet drink. Heading to one of the local cities you can expect to find some of the Countries greatest traditional English style pubs. Serving the finest in classic Suffolk brewed ale; you’ll be able to taste the history just as much as you can see it! Fancy something that’s a little more of a riot? Then head over to Ipswich and get on down to one of the many nightclubs and venues. The areas around Buttermarket and the centre offer plenty to choose from with bands playing regularly on a weekend, so you’ll have ample to look forward to! Alternatively, if you’re just after a quiet weekend away why not just head to the hillside and play some golf over at the Hintlesham Golf Course? Being the most well known course in the county, it’s not only the best at what it does but also perfectly situated for a weekend retreat. Set just outside of Ipswich but with enough distance that you still feel far enough away to relax, the course has a hotel with full spa and swimming facilities. Now how about that for a weekend comfort? In case you need an exotic car to make your holiday pleasurable, you can lease from Car Leasing Made Simple.