Whether you are looking for a delightful farmhouse, a timber framed inn, a contemporary hotel, a beautifully located camping and caravan park or a hostel, there is somewhere for everyone in Suffolk.
VisitEngland have been assessing accommodation for over 20 years and, with the AA, visit most accommodation businesses in the UK. From hotels to self catering cottages, and from farmhouse B&Bs to camping sites, all businesses that participate in their rating schemes are independently assessed and awarded a 1-5 star rating. When choosing somewhere to stay always look for VisitEngland's or the AA's star rating for the reassurance that the business has been checked out, before you check in.
Tourist Information Centres can provide excellent help and advice on where to stay to meet your needs. All Tourist Information Centres are listed on the Interactive Map.
Accommodation listings can also be found on websites covering the Sunrise Coast between Lowestoft and Southwold, the Suffolk coastal area, Ipswich, the South and Heart of Suffolk, Bury St Edmunds and the west of Suffolk.
For an an extensive choice of self-catering cottages in Suffolk, visit Suffolk Secrets. Suffolk Secrets have a strong belief in promoting sustainable tourism and protecting and enhancing our natural environment. In 2013 they funded the development of the Sailors Path, a long distance footpath between Snape and Aldeburgh. You can choose from over 300 Visit England assessed self-catering holiday cottages, ranging from wonderful seaside locations to glorious rural retreats.
The Visit Suffolk website also has comprehensive listings of all Visit England assessed accommodation in Suffolk.
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