Our fantastic dog friendly cottages in Suffolk boast glorious views of the gorgeous coastline. It is also the most easterly British county, with Lowestoft being the first town in the UK to see the sun rise every morning.
Suffolk is perfect for a holiday with your dog, there are so many places where pooches are welcome, you don’t have to leave them at home. Walking trails, shingle beaches and historical houses are dog-friendly here, and man’s best friend can accompany you to many of the local pubs, even at lunchtime.
Cottages in Suffolk with hot tubs are extremely popular so if your after that added luxury, book quick! Perfect for holidays in summer or winter, a hot tub gives you the ideal spot to sip on a glass of bubbly and watch the clouds float by.
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.
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.
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.
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.
And the Suffolk Coast Path 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
Dog 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.
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.
Be sure to book early though as these are some of our most popular cottages from around the UK.