Southwold & Surrounding Villages Cottages
Roll up for a Suffolk holiday in Southwold. Browse through a marvelous choice of Southwold holiday cottages below or read more to find out more about this wonderful part of the county.
What is Southwold like?
When you think of Southwold, images of its iconic beach huts, lighthouse and historic pier spring to mind, alongside its galleries, shops, brewery and restaurants. Southwold benefits from offering something for everyone, from family seaside holidays or a romantic weekend away, to fun-filled getaways for you and your four-legged friend.
What can I do in Southwold?
The high street offers an eclectic mix of shops, galleries and boutiques in addition to a fascinating amber museum. You'll also find a wonderful choice of pubs, restaurants and tea rooms on the high street alongside a selection of delis and specialist grocery shops. These are perfect places to stock up on provisions for your self-catering cottage or for a gourmet picnic!
The high street is conveniently located close to the beautiful sand and shingle beach. Being a family friendly beach, the area just south of the pier is covered by lifeguards during the summer months. There are lots of lovely walking paths to explore in and around Southwold, including a lovely trail that leads towards the harbour and crosses over the river towards Walberswick. When you return towards the harbour area, don't forget to visit Mrs T's for some delicious fish and chips - a very tasty treat whilst on holiday in Southwold. Then for a post-walk refreshment, take your pick from a selection of charming Southwold pubs (many of which are dog-friendly!), such as The Lord Nelson run by publican David Sanchez.
Where can you stay in Southwold?
We have a fine selection of cottages to suit all tastes and requirements including family friendly cottages near to the beach, cosy cottages with quirky interiors and stunning seaside apartments. Boasting a varied portfolio, we are able to cater for both romantic holidays for two or for bigger parties at our larger cottages which sleep up to 15 people. So no matter what your party size, we can cater to your specific requirements and ensure you have the very best holiday in Suffolk. Our portfolio has been put through its paces to ensure all properties meet VisitEngland's stringent criteria, therefore any customers booking with us can be confident they are staying in a quality cottage.
Where is the best location to stay around Southwold?
There are many villages close to Southwold such as Reydon, Wrentham, Blythburgh and Wangford. Click here to visit our list of towns and villages close to Southwold. Want to find out more? Visit our guide to holidaying in Southwold
* Please note the guide prices do not include other optional fees such as pet fees