Thorpeness Holiday Cottages

Find your coastal dream holiday home in our collection of Thorpeness holiday cottages. This pretty little village just a stone’s-throw from Aldeburgh and Snape is filled with wonders, from fun family activities, to some of the best coastal walks in the region. Within our range of Thorpeness self-catering cottages, you’ll find little and large cottages, dog-friendly and pet-free cottages, luxury cottages and cottages with perfect views. 

Thorpeness is home to Thorpeness Meare, a beautiful man-made lake, which takes pride of place at the heart of the community. Add in a few local pubs, a golf club and the unspoilt Suffolk heritage coastline right on your doorstep, this unassuming village makes for the perfect holiday destination.  

Things to Do in Thorpeness 

The aforementioned Thorpeness Meare is undoubtably the village’s major attraction. Inspired by J.M Barrie’s iconic children’s novel, Peter Pan, Thorpeness Meare was designed to emulate the swash-buckling, magical world of Neverland, right here in Suffolk. This iconic man-made lake provides myriad recreational opportunities including canoeing, rowing and kayaking between Easter and October each year. Thorpeness Meare is also a relaxing place to simply wander around and also offers plenty of lakeside benches. During the main holiday season teas, coffees and refreshments are served at the lakeside tearoom.  

Thorpeness has a fantastic local pub called the Dolphin Inn which serves great food and drink. It has a large garden and in the summer months this is the perfect place for a spot of Al Fresco dining or a cooling beverage. The local golf course also has a fantastic bar with amazing views across Thorpeness that is perfect for an afternoon refreshment, whether you’ve enjoyed a round on the course or not.  

Thorpeness is also within walking distance of Aldeburgh with its charming high street, traditional fishermen’s cottages, galleries and a fantastic choice of restaurants, cafes and pubs. One of the best ways to get to Aldeburgh is via a charming coastal pathway which follows the unspoilt, shingle beach all the way past the iconic shell sculpture by Maggie Hambling. Whilst ambling along this pathway, don’t forget to look out for some rare and unusual coastal plant species. If you’re somewhat of a nature enthusiast, you might also like to stop of at the local wildlife reserve, RSPB North Warren.   



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