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Carlton Meres, Saxmundham
• Sleeps 4 - 8 • Indoor Pool • Family Friendly • Fishing Lake
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Broadland Sands, Lowestoft
• Sleeps up to 10 people • Beachside • Pet friendly • On holiday park
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Best Things To Do In Suffolk

The Suffolk Coast and pretty market towns are just a few things you can explore when visiting Suffolk. Make sure you check out some of these top things to do on your next trip.

Sutton Hoo

A great place to visit for the whole family, Sutton Hoo is the burial site of an Anglo-Saxon royal. It is a beautiful country estate where you can explore the Anglo-Saxon exhibitions. There is also an adventure playground, 245 acres of grounds to walk and explore, a café where you can enjoy lunch with a view and gift shop where you can pick up a souvenir before you leave.

Helmingham Hall

Helmingham Hall is a 16th century Manor House with over 500 years of history. Famous for its Grade 1 listed gardens, this is a beautiful place to visit. There is also a deer park, tearoom and shops for you to enjoy on your visit.

Pleasurewood Hills Family Theme Park

For some adrenaline-fuelled fun on your holiday in Suffolk visit Pleasurewood Hills Family Theme Park. The park has 4 rollercoasters and many more thrill rides, water rides and kid’s rides. With rides for all ages, this is a great day out for the family or group of thrill-seekers looking for some fun on holiday in Suffolk.

Africa Alive

Have a day out at Africa Alive for an unforgettable experience. Discover African animals including lions, rhinos, giraffes, meerkats and many more. There are over 80 species of animals for you to see. There are also animal encounters, a discovery centre and safari train for your little ones to enjoy.

Southwold Pier

If you visit the coastal town of Southwold, make sure you take a walk on the Southwold Pier. Enjoy stunning coastal views across the seafront area and have some seaside fun. There are plenty of attractions as well as restaurants and a bar. Make the most of your trip to the seaside and add the Southwold Pier to your holiday itinerary.

The Suffolk Coast

An area of outstanding beauty, the Suffolk Coast and Heaths is a beautiful place to explore, walk the dog or just enjoy the stunning views. There are also plenty of pubs and cafes throughout for you to try. Explore shingle beaches, farmlands, forests and much more along the Suffolk Coast.

Framlingham Castle

Offering breath-taking views, Framlingham Castle is a must when in Suffolk. Located in the market town of Framlingham, this castle is great for exploring with the whole family. Walk the ramparts to get stunning views from the castle on the hill. After exploring, learn more in the castle’s exhibition and enjoy lunch in the café with a Tudor inspired menu.

Alton Water Sports

For some water fun, Alton Water Sports Centre has an excellent range of activities for all levels. Whether you’re a beginner or water sports expert, there is something for you. Hire equipment, have a go at paddle boarding, or canoe. There is also fishing, walking and cycling trails for you to enjoy in the beautiful surroundings.

Newmarket Racecourse

For horse racing fans, a visit to Newmarket Racecourse is a must. Known as the headquarters of horse racing, there are events on all year round for when you visit. Enjoy an unforgettable experience at Newmarket racecourse with friends or family.

Mid-Suffolk Light Railway

Visit Suffolk’s only standard gauge heritage railway where you can step onboard and enjoy a ride. On operating days, you can ride the train and visit the museum, shop and refreshment room where there is a real ale bar and food available from the kitchen arms. Whether you’re a railway enthusiast or just looking for a fun day out, a trip to Mid-Suffolk Light Railway is an excellent choice.

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