Staying in Suffolk

Turn your Suffolk Walking Festival into a short break! Suffolk is full of amazing places to stay and some of the best eating choices in the region. 

Suffolk is one of England's most unspoilt and beautiful counties. From our heritage coastline, famous for its wide estuaries, sailing clubs and the best fish and chips in the country (probably!), to historic heartlands of rolling landscapes and picture-postcard villages, to the wild west of vast forest and open heathlands containing miles and miles of walking and off-road cycling routes, the county offers something for everyone. Sleepy we are not, Suffolk is the home of horseracing, the capital of silk, and the birthplace of writers, poets and artists. 

This is the county that hosts Latitude, Aldeburgh Music and the Bury Festival. From Jimmy's Farm to RSPB Minsmere, Suffolk is the home to world class events and attractions. 

Suffolk offers a wonderful range of accommodation from luxurious hotels to cosy holiday cottages to snug B&Bs and even the odd log cabin plus some very special glamping.

To find your perfect self-catering home-from-home visit our official accommodation partner Suffolk Secrets. Suffolk Secrets are the leading holiday letting agency in Suffolk and are proud supportors of the Walking Festival. With over 500 cottages in prime locations including Southwold, Aldeburgh and Lavenham, they are bound to have the perfect holiday home for you. Visit their full portfolio HERE

To plan your visit further then visit these websites for more information on what's on and where to stay:

Visit Suffolk - your online the whole county

West Suffolk (the west of the county stretching from Clare in the south to Brandon in the north and including Bury St Edmunds, Newmarket, and Mildenhall)

The Heart of Suffolk (from Constable Country to the picturesque "wool towns" including Lavenham, Sudbury and Hadleigh, plus Stowmarket, Needham Market and Eye)

Ipswich (our county town with vibrant waterfront and wonderful parks)

Suffolk Coast (the heritage coastline of Orford, Aldeburgh and Southwold, the sandy beaches of Felixstowe and Lowestoft and inland gems incliding Framlingham with its famous castle)