Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Suffolk
When was the last time you had a break? Here we bring you Suffolk cottages with hot tubs, that are affordable, well equipped and encourage you to switch off your phone, take some time off work and enjoy relaxing in rural Suffolk.
Suffolk is a low-lying county situated in East Anglia with 50 miles of coastline, some beautiful beaches. The home of horse racing is the perfect holiday destination for everyone, whether you want to reax and enjoy the vistas, top up your tan, get involved in something more active or explore the idyllic villages and medieval towns this county caters for all.
All our hot tub holiday homes offer comfortable and affordable accommodation no matter what size the party you can even bring along the dog at one of our pet friendly lodges with hot tubs.
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Expect to find open plan living, well-equipped kitchens, en-suite bathroom facilities and much more, along with the delight, after a long day at the beach or sight-seeing, of sinking into the warm bubbles of your own private whirlpool-Heaven!
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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Suffolk
In our bid to bring you the best holiday experience in Suffolk, we have come up with a list of the top 10 places to visit and things to do in Suffolk. Enjoy your holiday!
1. Sutton Hoo
Explore the atmospheric ancient burial mounds dating back to the 6th and 7th centuries before marveling at the replicas of treasures found on an Anglo-Saxon king's burial ship from almost 1500 years ago, recently discovered, most of the pieces have been sent to the British Museum but the exhibition is still well worth a visit. Explore the replica burial chamber to see how the treasure surrounded the king. Discover artifacts from the burial mounds including one of a warrior and his horse in which gold and weapons were found. Sutton Hoo gives us an insight into the life of our ancestors and is a great day out for all the family.
2. Southwold Pier
Stretching 623-feet into the North Sea this world-famous pier has plenty of attractions for young and old alike. Check out the traditional punch and Judy show, see the weird and wacky "Under the Pier Show" or have fun in the amusement arcade. Try a spot of fishing off the end of the pier, pick up some unusual souvenirs at one of the quirky giftshops or grab a bite to eat. Enjoy breathtaking views or simply sit and soak up the sun.
3. Explore Constable Country
John Constable best known for the famous painting "The Hay Wain" was born in Suffolk in 1776 and many of his works portray the outstanding beauty of the Suffolk countryside. You can cycle or walk in the artist's footsteps by following the Painter's trail which will take you through woodland, marshes and meadows where you can see the exact spots where the most famous British landscape painter's works were created. If you like a dabble yourself, bring an easel. Suffolk is beautiful enough to capture the heart and imagination of any artist.
4. Framlingham Castle
An impressive 12th century fortress Framlingham castle has a rich and chequered past. Once owned by Mary Tudor the daughter of Henry lll, it was at Framlingham that she heard the news, she had become England's queen in 1553. Enjoy amazing views from the "wall walk" from the original castle wall which stands at 10.5 metres high and is over 2 metres wide. Bring a picnic and relax while the little ones play in the glorious grounds before returning to your hot tub cottage where you can live like a queen enjoying a relaxing soak in your own secluded jacuzzi.
5. Palace House
Suffolk is the home of horseracing and for something a bit different, why not visit Palace House, a National Heritage Centre located on Charles ll's former palace and stables. Home to 3 attractions, the National Horseracing Museum, National Art Gallery of British Sporting Art and The Rothschild Yard, a flagship training facility for retired racehorses. Learn about the origins of racing, what makes a great thoroughbred and ride a winner on the simulator. Afterwards head over to the Rothschild yard for the chance to meet some former racehorses or watch the 2 daily demonstrations on how these magnificent creatures are being retrained for a life outside the sport.
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6. Ickworth House
This stunning Italianate Palace is located near Bury St Edmunds and was designed to impress. Former home of the Earl Bishop, it houses a vast array of treasures collected over its 200+ year history none more spectacular than the "Fury of Athamas" statue which portrays a Greek tragedy and can be found in the Great Hall. Discover what a servant's life was like in the 1930's with a visit to the working kitchen or take a leisurely stroll round the extensive grounds.
7. Africa Alive
Formerly known as Suffolk Wildlife Park, Africa alive is an 80-acre walking safari located at Kessingland. Home to over 80 species of animals including African lions, meerkats, monkeys and hunting dogs to name a few. Enjoy the "Plains of Africa" experience or visit the Lemur enclosure where you can walk through the enclosure. Meet the meercats and Aardvarks and check out the Discovery Centre. With plenty to see and do, a choice of eating and watering holes this visit to the continent of Africa is a fun day out for all the family.
8. St Edmundsbury Cathedral
The grounds on which this cathedral sits have been a place of worship since 1065. The present-day cathedral was built from 1503 onwards and was built in a Gothic and Gothic Revival architectural style. Its nave, choir and baptismal font are something to behold. The new tower which was completed in 2005 boasts a magnificent vaulted ceiling and the church is proud of its American connections too. Martha's Vineyard is named after the daughter of Bartholomew Gosnold who founded the American colony of Jamestown Virginia which was the first English settlement in 1607.
9. Pleasurewood Hills
Located just 10 minutes from the seaside resort of Great Yarmouth this theme park set in 50 acres of parkland provides an action-packed day out for kids and adults alike. Enjoys the thrilling rides such as Wipeout the fastest and tallest ride in the East of England or get drenched on the log flume. Relax and enjoy the parrot and sea-lion shows or let the little run wild in the Kiddie Zone, with a wide choice of of restaurants, cafes and snacks there is something for everyone at Pleasurewood hills.
10. The Denes Beach
This sand and shingle beach near Southwold is quieter than its neighbour Pier Beach and is safe for canoeing, windsurfing or swimming. Popular with wind-surfers the good news for those staying at one of our pet-friendly cottages with hot tubs is there are no dog restrictions and dogs on leads are allowed all year round, making it the perfect place for a long lazy day soaking up the sun.
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