Handpicked Cottages to Rent
Suffolk coastal holidays and Suffolk countryside breaks are some of the most breath-taking holiday options that England has to offer. Why not look for the best dog friendly cottages in Suffolk so you can take your pets along to enjoy it all?
Charming thatched cottage based in Thornham Magna. Sitting room has an open fire. Wet room. Large terrace. Wifi. Off-road parking. Diss 8.7 miles. Bury St Edmunds 19.5 miles.
A cosy family accommodation in Friston. All ground floor accommodation. Enclosed garden. Beach nearby. Underfloor heating. Wood burning stove. Aldeburgh 2.9 miles. Sizewell 4.9 miles.
Seaside cottage in Aldeburgh. A ground floor property with sea views. Beach nearby. Garden. Wifi. Off-road parking. TV & DVD player. Sizewell 5.8 miles. Felixstowe 29.7 miles.
Experience a quieter way of life when you stay at this charming 2 bedroom cottage on the edge of an AONB. The accommodation consists of 2 pretty bedrooms, a double and a single, a family bathroom, kitchen diner and tasteful lounge area. Plus, there is off road parking and a lovely private courtyard for alfresco dining.
Oozing with character and charm, this stunning dog friendly accommodation in Suffolk offers a premium family retreat surrounded by beautiful countryside. There are 2 bedrooms, one of which is en-suite, plus a further shower room and open plan living area with exposed beams and woodburner
Explore “Constable country” browse antique shops, or head to the coast when you stay at this stylish and elegant getaway in Suffolk. The cottage boasts a dressing room along with 2 bedrooms, a sophisticated lounge area and modern kitchen with dining area. Outside there’s an enclosed garden and a restaurant right next door.
The superb renovation of this Suffolk cottage offers guests spacious, comfortable and luxurious open plan living accommodation perfect for unwinding after a busy day exploring the surrounding countryside. There is a light and airy king-size bedroom with ensuite, private balcony, WiFi, and parking for 2 cars.
This stylish detached barn conversion in Suffolk has a living space with sweeping glass doors bringing the Suffolk countryside in. The outdoor space has room for alfresco meals and comes with a hot tub. It has two elegantly furnished king-size bedrooms that sleep four, each with its own bathroom.
This Suffolk retreat with its contemporary design has a futuristic feel yet blends perfectly with its lakeside surroundings. There are two bathrooms serving the two double bedrooms that sleep four. The thoroughly modern kitchen is integrated into the dining and comfy living area which is double aspect
This lazy-day luxury cottage dates back has all the trappings of a perfect retreat with lakefront decking that includes a private hot tub and place for alfresco meals. The interior has been tastefully decorated throughout with the contemporary furnishing and fittings complimenting its original features.
The Stables are brilliantly presented, with a space that sleeps 4 guests and welcomes 2 dogs. It is also one of few properties and dog friendly places to stay in Suffolk to offer its own gym and equipment on site! There are 2 bedrooms, 1 offering a king size bed and the other offering a super king with ziplink.
Millers Rest sleeps 4 people and has space for one dog, offering 2 king size bedroom spaces. There is an outdoor area with garden furniture, an open fire woodburner in the main house, and a kitchen suite with washing machine, dishwasher, fridge freezer and more. There is a bathroom space on the ground
Dovecotes is a ground floor holiday home that sleeps 4 people and welcomes 2 pets. One of our favourite properties, this quiet breakaway is stylish and memorable, offering a double bedroom, a twin bedroom, a woodburner, smart TV services and more besides. There’s also a dedicated shower room
A beautiful ground-floor holiday home with one bedroom and one bathroom. There is a wood burner with logs provided, an enclosed patio area with a BBQ and private parking for one vehicle. Framlingham Castle is 10 miles away and Sutton Hoo is 8 miles.
A superb barn with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a well-equipped kitchen. There is a welcome pack on arrival, shared gardens and private parking. Visit Dunwich which is 4 miles or take a stroll along the Suffolk Coast Path.
If you want somewhere to unwind with the dogs, look to this county, filled with beautiful open countryside, medieval towns and 50 miles of coast. Suffolk dog walks really are something to be experienced, and there are plenty of reasons why the Suffolk coast remains one of the country’s most-visited sandy breakaways.
If you enjoy long walks with your dog, then you have a pick for of trails – the Mid Suffolk Path, The Angles Way and the Bury To Clare Walk will give you plenty of options to consider. You’re right in the heart of some of the lushest and breeziest walkways and trails that England has to offer. You can explore it on foot, with a dog, or on your bike. It’s entirely up to you!
The Suffolk Coast Path (here) will take you along the sea’s edge through Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Suffolk nature reserves, such as Dunwich Heath and RSPB Minsmere are some of the finest in the UK, and you can spot a variety of wildlife with man’s best friend at your side.
Then there’s Orford Ness, a 16k spit of land speckled with WWII debris and desolate structures to explore.
Holiday cottages in Suffolk for dogs, should always be memorable for the right reasons. The cottage providers we have hunted for in this list will more than welcome pets. However, as with any Suffolk dog friendly accommodation, do make sure that you and your dog (where possible!) show special care and respect for the nook that you wish to rent and enjoy.
Suffolk has a 50-mile stretch of coast along the most easterly spot in England. Get up early and watch the sun rise over the horizon, it’s a beautiful thing to see at least once. For coastal cottages, choose one near Lowestoft, Southwold, Aldeburgh or Walberswick – they are all delightful towns with a choice of things to do.
Suffolk cottage breaks are great value for a retreat with your family and pet without spending a fortune. Treat yourself to a few nights away and blow away the cobwebs by going on a long country walk in the fresh air. A short holiday doesn’t have to cost the earth, you can have that break you deserve. It is well worth checking out our Suffolk favourites both in-season and during the off-season, as there may be a special offer or two that you can take advantage of. Not only that, but Suffolk remains a wonderful resort to explore all year round. Regardless of the weather, you’re sure to have a relaxing time out here.
Sometimes, all you need is a night or 2 away to feel recharge your batteries and relax for a while. Suffolk offers plenty of cosy cottages where you can spend a quiet few days in self-catering accommodation taking things nice and easy. Look for a cosy cottage with all the handy kitchen appliances you’ll need, ample parking and more – whether you are breaking for a short time and are looking for Suffolk dog friendly cottages that sleeps 2, sleeps 4 or even sleeps 6, there are going to be lots of great cottage resorts worth looking into.
Pet friendly cottages in Suffolk come in all shapes and sizes. From romantic hideaways for 2 to big cottages for a large family or group of friends, you can find them all here.
Out towards East Anglia, within reach of Framlingham Castle, Rendlesham Forest or elsewhere, there are more than a few great holiday cottage spots nestled in the heart of Suffolk. Take on sea views as you walk your dogs along the county’s sandy stretches, or make sure to check out the Suffolk village scene and market towns.
If you are looking for a romantic breakaway in a barn conversion or a quaint cottage close to the heart of Suffolk, we’ve rounded up plenty of choice for you. A self catering holiday in Suffolk can also include plenty of dog walks – and yes, there are plenty of dog friendly pubs scattered across the county, too!
Stay in a traditional seaside town, or book a remote place for a peaceful retreat, you can have your break in Suffolk just the way you want it. There’s history and heritage for you to explore in classic town escapes such as Bury St Edmunds, too.
Be sure to book early though as these are some of the most popular cottages from around the UK. Grab yourself an open fire, a ground floor living area, you name it – and make sure you and your pets are within reach of some of the most majestic walks and vistas that glorious Suffolk has on offer.
Bring your dog along for some serious countryside and seaside fun! There’s no need to leave your pets at home while you discover Suffolk – tackle the beaches and rolling greens together!
If you want to discover other properties, see the rest on our East of England dog friendly cottages page.