Accommodation Choices in Suffolk
Suffolk has a large range of diverse accommodation to choose from and this is just a very small sample. If you’d like to see more of what bed and breakfasts, guest houses and hotels are available to browse on our site.
1. Kessingland Beach Holiday Park (Park Resorts)
Kessingland Beach Holiday Park is in Lowestoft right next to the popular seaside resort of Southwold. There are two swimming pools, a children’s club, soft play area and of course the local beaches to provide hours of fun for the family.
The facilities are fantastic with over 300 static units on the site, 26 chalets, 47 touring tent pitches, indoor pool, paddling pool, a water sports programme, spa baths, darts, ten pin bowling and store for groceries!
Three nights could cost you as little as £107!
2. YHA Blaxhall, Suffolk
The YHA Blaxhall is a redbrick property which has recently been refurbished to provide comfortable accommodation in what was once the village school. It now offers good disabled access and great facilities for families. For bird watching, seafood, cycling and walking, YHA Blaxhall is a great option. In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this former school is on the edge of the unique habitat of Suffolk Sandlings. Visit the bird reserves at Minsmere and Orfordness or immerse yourself in the area’s Anglo Saxon heritage at Sutton Hoo. Tasty meals are served in our restaurant. Check-in 17.00 hrs Check out 10.00 hrs Please note, we do not charge an additional temporary membership fee. Discounts are not available for members of YHA (England & Wales) or IYHF as part of this booking.Facilities include Restaurant, Linen Included, Common Room, bike parking, free car park, Breakfast not included,
3. Colston Hall – B&B
Colston Hall is a sixteenth-century farmhouse with cottages which allows them to offer self-catering or B&B accommodation. It’s convenient to take day trips to the local attractions and it’s peaceful too!
There are 18 rooms, most with en-suite – just check! The property follows a strict non-smoking policy and offers free car parking to guests.
You can explore the peaceful market towns of Woodbridge, Framlingham, Halesworth and Debenham or discover the scenic Suffolk Heritage Coast at Aldeburgh, Southwold and Dunwich.They also offer meeting facilities for businesses and organisations, free wi-fi and on-site coarse fishing.
Accommodation starts at around £100 per night for a double.
4. Sunny Cottage, Southwold
This is a lovely self-catering end terrace cottages which face open fields in the small village of Blyth. There are miles of walking footpaths, sandy beaches close by, pubs, shops and restaurants within an easy stroll.
The cottage offers a double room, a twin bed bedroom, bathroom with bath and shower, lounge, dining room and well-equipped kitchen with off road parking and a small but private garden.
Prices start from £295.00 pp
5. Chapel Cottage, Long Melford
This is a two bedroom detached cottage set back of the street. Long Melford is a beautiful town with a lot of old buildings and sites close by. It’s a good all year round choice of accommodation in this area as it’s cosy and well heated with a wood burning stove in the sitting room for those chilly evenings.
It’s beautifully presented in a country cottage style.
This is only a very small number of the accommodation establishments on offer in Suffolk. If you know of more or are an owner of a hotel, bed and breakfast or guest house please get in touch to list your accommodation with us.