Cottages around the Shotley Peninsula

Found in south Suffolk, the Shotley Peninsula is found in the Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and is home to a number of idyllic towns and villages that are lovely holiday destinations. Our holiday cottages in the Shotley area can be found near Shotley Gate, the village at the tip of the peninsula. Shotley gate is very close to Harwich, Felixstowe and Ipswich, to name just a few of the popular Suffolk towns that are easy to visit from the peninsula.  

Our cottages in the area are all completely unique and offer our guests the opportunity to choose from a range of property types, sizes and required amenities. Our luxury homes in the area offer you unrivalled coastal views, while our dog-friendly accommodation lets you bring every member of the family along. We have period properties with original features, modern intimate apartments perfect for couples and large homes ideal for a big group or family trip. Much like the rest of our Suffolk portfolio, our cottages around the Shotley Peninsula offer something for every holidaymaker.  

Things to Do near Shotley 

Wherever you chose to stay in the Shotley Peninsula, there are many neighbouring towns and villages to explore. Freston, for one, can be found near the banks of the River Orwell. Its most well-known feature has to be the magnificent Freston Tower which is a six storey Tudor folly. 

If you want to purchase some locally sourced produce or are looking for a tasty lunch or afternoon tea, the Suffolk Food Hall in Freston is a must! This award-winning food hall offers a great selection of fresh fruit and veg, locally caught fish and locally-reared meat and poultry. The Suffolk Food Hall complex also has an onsite kitchen store, garden centre, children's play area, restaurant, fishmongers and a cookery school – so it's a great place to visit with all the family! Nearby at Wherstead, you'll find Jimmy's Farm – an excellent family attraction with nature trails, an onsite butchery and farm shop. Jimmy's Farm – owned and run by TV chef Jimmy Doherty – also hosts some fantastic food and drink-themed events throughout the year. 

Just north of the Shotley Peninsula and across the River Orwell, you'll find Felixstowe which is the perfect place for a seaside holiday. Stroll along its beach-hut lined promenade and discover an interesting mix of shops and boutiques along its high street. Enjoy great days out with all the family at its seafront amusements or spend hours making sandcastles on the beach. There are plenty of places to visit nearby such as Landguard Fort or Trimley Marshes. 

Shotley Peninsula has a selection of beautiful and peaceful villages to relax and unwind in including Chelmondiston and Pin Mill – famous for its excellent riverside pub - The Butt and Oyster. Stutton is also a peaceful and traditional village and you'll find a range of windsurfing and sailing opportunities nearby at Alton Water Park. 

Whether you love to discover the great outdoors, explore some beautiful riverside walks, sample some delicious local produce or have a Suffolk adventure with your four-legged friend, this wonderful area offers so many holiday possibilities. 



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