Latitude Festival Cottages
Published: Wednesday 1st May 2019
Written by: Aimee Anderson
Heading to Latitude this year?
Whilst the festival itself is more popular than ever, many visitors would rather ditch the tent for a good night’s sleep! If you’re not one for camping we have some brilliant accommodation suggestions.
10 minutes drive
This quintessentially English cottage faces the village green, with a pub situated opposite for your convenience. Only a 10 minute drive away from Latitude, it would suit a couple or a group of 3 who want to escape the crowds at the end of a long day. Room for parking can be found on the quiet street outside.
6 minutes drive
A pretty end-of-terrace cottage just 6 minutes away from the venue, ideal for a family or a group of friends who want both a fun and comfortable Latitude experience. Guests can also enjoy use of the indoor pool and gym - a world away from the muddy world of camping!
8 minutes drive
Sleeping up to 5, Belvedere Cottage would suit a family or a small group of friends who wish to experience the festival with younger festival-goers. Looking out over the Blyth Valley to the front, this is a quiet and beautiful area with paths beside the river all the way Halesworth. Venue just 8 minutes away by car.
11 minutes drive
This delightful Regency manor house complete with large garden, BBQ and hot tub is the stuff of dreams! Sleeping 8, it’s perfect if you wish to add a bit of luxury to your festival experience, and with Latitude only 11 minutes away by car you can enjoy the best of both worlds!
9 minutes drive
Located on the High Street in the popular seaside town of Southwold, Amory House is ideal for large parties wanting to make a week of it in Suffolk. Enjoy sun, sand and scenery at this gorgeous Victorian townhouse, with plenty of activities right on your doorstep.
11 minutes drive
Why not go all out and take an extended family or group holiday? This Big House is just the place for a large family or group gathering, featuring a hot tub, games room and climbing frame with ropes, ladders, slide, swing and tree house. What more could you need?
Whilst you’re in the area, why not explore other nearby attractions? Get to the seaside at Southwold and Dunwich, discover the surrounding AONBs (Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and experience the cultural delights of Aldeburgh.
For more information and things to do, see Visit Southwold.