Believe it or not I don’t think I have ever been to Suffolk. I’m not sure how that is even possible, being as we love visiting different places in the UK. Suffolk just has not appeared on our places to visit list, although I am not sure why. It has so much to offer.
Suffolk is on the East Coast of England with miles of beautiful coast line to enjoy, areas of outstanding natural beauty, little villages to visit. Suffolk is also very popular as it was home to artist John Constable, people visit Constable Country see what inspired the artist. If you are a fan of the horse racing then New Market is the perfect place for you to visit.
As I have spoken about before, when we holiday in the UK we like to be able to take our dogs with us. As we have two, it really does cut down on the the accommodation that will accept both and the kids. Sometimes I think it’s the kids the owners should be more worried about than the dogs…….
Suffolk Secrets offer a fabulous range of dog friendly cottages, perfect for a break away with the dogs. Suffolk Secrets actually have a lot of different dog friendly cottages available so it was difficult for me choose my favourites, but here they are.
Suffolk Secrets dog friendly cottages
The Stables is a gorgeous new barn conversion in the small village of Bramfield. It sleeps 4 people over two bedrooms, one double and a twin, not forgetting two dogs. With open plan living, a large garden with a fabulous patio to enjoy. The Stables is in the perfect location for lots of walks and only a mile from the nearest pub.
The Dairy is newly converted, and has stunning interiors and beautiful views. Located just outside Lavenham, it’s only a mile away from the nearest pub and shop. The Dairy also has it’s own lift, so it’s perfect for people with mobility issues then it’s the perfect holiday property. The Dairy sleeps 4 people and 2 dogs, with shared gardens that are perfect for the dogs and the children.
Little Ducks is a gorgeous little cottage in the heart of Southwold, close to the high street and only 150 yards from the shops an nearest pub. The cottage is beautiful inside, with plenty of space, 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, plus welcomes 2 dogs. Although the garden isn’t massive, its a lovely court yard style space that is plenty big enough. The cottage is perfectly located for hoping in the car and heading out for long walks with your dogs.
The Coach House is located in Dunwich and was originally a stable block, that has lovely been restored into this gorgeous holiday home. The Coach House sleeps 8 people over 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Not forgetting the 3 dogs, which will be perfect for when we holiday with my sister as her family. There is a large garden with gorgeous views over the marshes and out to the sea.
Have you ever visited Suffolk? Which location would you recommend for first time visitors?
*This is collaborative post. As always thoughts and opinions are my own.*