Saxmundham holiday cottages are perfectly located for exploring Suffolk’s unspoiled countryside and coast. Vast swathes of purple heather, heath and marshland surround the town, while long, shingle beaches await discovery a few miles to the east. Despite its close proximity to London, this tranquil area has remained gloriously uncrowded, making it a paradise for exploring ancient woods, grand Tudor homes and picturesque villages which time seems to have forgotten. This ancient market town is just a short drive from both the Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the enchanting Suffolk Coast National Nature Reserve.
The Farmhouse is a stunning restoration on Sibton Park in Suffolk, and it possesses multiple unique features as well as modern sophistication and rural charm. The pet-friendly cottage offers a tennis court, a truly spectacular swimming pool, and an interior replete with exposed beams and more.
Enjoy a cottage holiday in a luxury Suffolk country cottage with its own moat. This six bedroom holiday cottage in Saxmundham comes complete with a swimming pool, hot tub, tennis courts and a rowing boat for the moat. Pets welcome.
Visit the historic Sibton Park estate nestled in the Suffolk countryside with a stay at The Farmhouse, a large child-friendly cottage that dates to the 17th century and has been faithfully restored to feature original thatched roof and brick floors re-laid to accommodate underfloor heating.
Hillcrest is a Suffolk barn-style holiday home sleeping 4-6 guests offering luxury self-catering holiday accommodation near Saxmundham, surrounded by fields and gardens. Available all year, book this accessible and pet-friendly property for holidays exploring the Suffolk coast and countryside.
This classic Georgian Manor in Suffolk with luxury en-suite bedrooms, a 4,500-acre country estate with leisure features including gym, games room, cinema, pool and hot tub, makes this a perfect exclusive-use location for birthdays, anniversaries and special celebrations.
Wandering along the river bank into the town centre, you’ll pass a series of historic landmarks, including graceful St John the Baptist Church, on Church Hill. Look out for the quaint Monks Cottages, the beautifully painted town sign and the old post mill tower. Saxmundham’s maze of streets is packed with independent shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs. There’s also an excellent museum, where the story of this thriving market town is told. 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. Head to KB Stannard and Son for the highest-quality meat.
From your holiday cottage in Saxmundham, some of the area’s best places to eat and drink will be a stroll away. Try the Bell Hotel for a pint of local ale or a delicious meal, prepared with fresh, seasonal ingredients. Main’s Restaurant and Trinity’s also have a good reputation, while Trawler’s Catch is the place to go for fish and chips. Saxmundham is also a great base for visiting Suffolk’s classic seaside resorts, with Felixstowe, Aldeburgh, Southwold and Great Yarmouth all a short and scenic drive away.