Dower House Granary, Lower Ufford | Hawkeswade Barn, Lower Ufford | Gardener's Cottage, Great Bealings | 1 Tudor Cottages, Blaxhall | Sewell Barn, Sutton | The Granary at Sheppards Farm, Tunstall | The Garden House, Hasketon | The Studio at Yew Cottage, Lower Ufford |
Mole End Cottage, Letheringham | Hollyhock Cottage, Marlesford | Deben Cottage, Eyke | Netherfen, Eyke | No.6 Coastguard Cottages, Shingle Street | 16 Theatre Street, Woodbridge | Willow Farm Cottage, Lower Ufford | 3 Quay Cottages, Bawdsey Quay | Lime Cottage, Lower Ufford | 5 Ferry Road, Bawdsey Quay | Goat Cottage, Marlesford | Orchard Cottage, Ufford | Tarka Cottage, Kettleburgh | Bluebell Cottage, Kettleburgh | Hope Cottage, Hacheston | The Old Stables, Pettistree | Perrinott House, Hollesley | White Cottage, Woodbridge | 2 Church Corner, Tannington | Lilla Cottage, Woodbridge | Pepperswash Cottage, Framlingham | Mill Cottage, Ufford | The Granary, Great Glemham |
The Meadow Dairy, Bawdsey | East Lane Cottage, Bawdsey | Martello Tower Y | Bala Cottage, Felixstowe Ferry | Thatched Cottage at Kettleburgh | The Granary Rookery Farm, Hacheston | Rockhopper, Waldringfield | Green Point Granary, Bawdsey | Blackbird Cottage, Woodbridge | Sparrow Cottage, Kettleburgh | 11 Theatre Street, Woodbridge | 11a Theatre Street, Woodbridge | Brand Barn, Sutton | Vancouver Barn, Sutton | Hollybank Cottage, Ufford | The Old Mill, Glevering | Meadow Lodge, Ufford |
The Old Rectory, Alderton | Watermill Cottages, Kettleburgh | Theatre Street, Woodbridge | Vale Farm Barns, Sutton | Butley Priory | Sheppards Farm Barn (10), Tunstall | Sheppards Farm (12), Tunstall |
Suffolk Cottage Holidays self catering cottages in Woodbridge and throughout the Deben estuary provide ideal accommodation for anyone interested in sailing, walking, bird watching, beach holidays, horse riding and cycling.
“Wooded banks, sandy beaches and dry landing places. Gently sloping cornfields and lush green marshes, it has no other river to compare it” so wrote W.G Arnott in his book Suffolk Estuary. Its quiet charm has, fortunately never faded.
An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, heaths, forests, quiet sandy lanes and byways, footpaths and cycle routes offering fantastic views of the estuary and the coast. Remote pebble seashore, low craggy cliffs and sandy estuary beaches makes this an ideal holiday destination for some peace and quiet in a beautiful location.
Woodbridge, the navigable head of the Deben estuary. The town’s ancient centre has retained all its Old World charm has some great restaurants and superb antique shops and galleries. The Tourist Information Centre (close to the railway station with good services to London) has loads of information on the town and the area.
From here to the coast (nine miles) are quiet and pretty rural villages, many little altered for centuries. Ramsholt: red crag cliffs, an excellent pub and a medieval round towered church surrounded by the Suffolk Sandlings overlooking the river Deben, strung with moored yachts and bobbing sailing dinghies.
Alderton, pretty terraced cottages, old houses, a fine flint clad church and great views of the sea and estuary. At the road’s end at the mouth of the Deben Estuary stands the tiny village of Bawdsey Quay, with a lovely sandy beach and panoramic views across the estuary, the sea and the extensive grounds of Bawdsey Manor. A foot and cycle ferry takes the visitor to Felixstowe Ferry (great place for crab fishing) , a tiny huddle of fishermen's cottages and a couple of pubs, crab fishing.