Southwold Holiday Cottages

Southwold is one of Suffolk’s most popular coastal spots due to its gorgeous sandy beaches, picturesque market square, fabulous pubs, shops and eateries, family entertainment, walks, seafood... The list goes on and on! We are proud to offer a very large portfolio of holiday cottages in the Southwold area and can genuinely offer our holidaymakers a very varied and expansive collection of holiday homes.  

Whether you’re looking for that by-the-sea romantic cottage, or a large family home to host a big birthday bash or long overdue reunion, we are sure to find you the perfect match in our Southwold collection. Choose from dog-friendly homes, luxury properties, apartments with unrivalled sea views, old cottages, new conversions, homes with private gardens, hot tubs and much, much more!  

But our lovely holiday cottages aren’t the only draw to Southwold, this area has so much going on for a fairly small Suffolk town, it’s almost unbelievable! With the other equally lovely spots of Walberswick, Reydon, Lowestoft and the Suffolk countryside all within a short distance from Southwold, you don’t have to limit your adventures to just one place, which is the true beauty of a holiday here.  

Things to Do in Southwold 

Southwold is famed for its gorgeous sandy beaches and safe, clean waters that are perfect for a paddle or a swim. The Denes Beach, south of the pier, is dog friendly all year round and, despite being just a stone’s-throw from Southwold’s busy centre, has a distinctly remote feel to it. There is a car park behind the beach, in the direction of Southwold Harbour and then just a short, flat walk to the sandy shore. The beach itself doesn’t have many facilities, but there is a public toilet block and a kiosk selling drinks, snacks and ice creams near the car park.  

Southwold Harbour is the town’s true gem: a rustic, no-frills harbour dotted with an array of fish and chip bars, seafood shacks and some of the best views in Suffolk. Sole Bay Fish Co does some of the best fish and chips in the region and all of their fish and seafood is fresh from the daily catch. They also have a separate fish and chip restaurant in the centre of Southwold called The Little Fish & Chip Shop. 

If you fancy escaping the crowds even more, head to Walberswick Beach, just south of Southwold. The best way to get to Walberswick is to use the Walberswick Ferry that takes you over the river from Southwold Harbour, otherwise the drive around can be very long and awkward. Walberswick is a great place to make some lifelong memories with the kids (and unleash your own inner child), as crabbing, kite flying and surfing are just a few of the super fun activities you can enjoy during your time here! 

Southwold is home to Adnams Brewery, the leading East Anglian producer of beer and gin. The brewery itself is just off the High Street in Southwold and you can book a tour where you’ll find out all about the Adnams brewing process and the history of the brewery. Most of the pubs in Southwold also supply Adnams beer and gin, so you will have ample opportunities to sample a local tipple. 

Southwold proves time and time again that it is a wonderful place to stay, so why not come see for yourself?



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