This pretty village is located in the heart of the Suffolk countryside, with Saxmundham to its east and Diss to its west. It is surrounded by idyllic scenery, with plenty of opportunities for secluded walks through ancient woods and meadows, and along a stunning stretch of coast. This unspoiled landscape is dotted with opulent Tudor homes and picturesque villages which time seems to have forgotten. Local landmarks to look out for on self-catering holidays in Brundish include the Church of St Lawrence. Nearby, in the hamlet of Crown Corner, there is a pub serving a selection of local drinks and good food, and there is a small supermarket in the neighbouring village of Laxfield. A scenic drive eastward from your holiday cottage in Brundish, the Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty covers more than 150 square miles, with spectacular shingle beaches, sweeping estuaries, saltmarshes, farmland, and forest to explore. The seaside towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold both have beautiful beaches where sunbathing and swimming can be enjoyed. Close to Brundish, Saxmundham is a charming town with independent shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs. A market is held every Wednesday at Market Place, just off the High Street, with a variety of stalls selling fresh produce from the Suffolk fields and coast.
Escape to serenity at Woodland Retreat Shepherd’s Hut, a gorgeous wooden-clad romantic cottage nestled among woodland in Brundish, Suffolk. Cuddle up in the cosy modern space, relax on the deck and explore the woodland, before ending the day around the outdoor fire. You can even bring your horse.
The Hobart Spring is an impressive rural property surrounded by the beauty of East Anglia and is perfect for special celebrations. The pet-friendly cottage boasts beautiful expansive grounds for entertaining, as well as elegant décor and exposed beams and panelling, log fires in hearths and Aga.
Recommended Places to Visit When Staying in a Brundish Holiday Cottage
Explore this unique collection of self-playing musical instruments, with educational talks and demonstrations.
Discover children’s play areas and friendly farm animals at this popular family attraction.
Don’t miss this excellent museum, with exhibits exploring 18th-century engineering.
These Victorian buildings house a variety of shops, galleries and eateries, a short drive from Brundish.
Treat yourself to a tour of the Suffolk countryside, on the back of a camel.