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Short breaks in Suffolk

As you plan your Easter break in Suffolk, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to your accommodation. There are so many wonderful hotels and self catering options that you are sure to find something that fits your lifestyle and your budget. Here are just a few of the options open to you for a short break.

The Swallow Suffolk Hotel, Golf and Country club is a very special place. It is situated in the wonderfully picturesque setting of Bury St Edmunds. There is so much to do here that you won’t really need to leave the site - although, of course, we hope that you do get out an explore all that the area has to offer. The hotel has its own beauty salon and leisure club including a swimming pool, sauna, steam room and spa. There is also an 18 hole Championship golf course. The whole family is welcome at the hotel and there is also a fantastic restaurant on site.

At the southern end of Aldeburgh you will find the Brudenell Hotel. It occupies a wonderful position right next to the sailing club. This is the perfect choice if you are looking for some peace and relaxation. Most rooms have a view of the sea or the River Alde along with the beautiful countryside in the area. Wifi is available throughout the hotel and the restaurant is flexible and informal. Why not take advantage of the ‘Luxury Night Stay’ offer? £199 for two people including afternoon tea when you arrive, chocolates and a fruit basket in your room, a three course meal and bottle of wine and then a champagne breakfast in the morning. It sounds idyllic.

Also in the Aldeburgh area is the Thorpeness Hotel, Apartments and Golf Club. This prestigious and comfortable hotel has a special offer over Easter with a stay from the 10th to the 13th April. The break costs from £339 per person and this includes buttered hot cross buns and a pot of tea on arrival, complimentary chocolates, champagne and canapés, a quiz night, a round of golf on one of East Anglia’s best courses, an Easter egg hunt on the Saturday, rowing on the Meare, cycle hire, tennis, three nights bed and breakfast and dinner on each night. The hotel is in a wonderful position next to the Meare and only a five minute walk from the beach.

In Ipswich you will find Hintlesham Hall. This hotel is very special. It stands in 175 acres of beautiful Suffolk countryside and is a Grade 1 listed Elizabethan Manor House. Within this historic setting you will find beautiful rooms along with a newly equipped gymnasium and a beauty salon. Easter Sunday lunch promises to be a real occasion on 12th April. It will cost £34.50 per person and children are welcome at a reduced price.

Finally, if you are looking for a short break with a difference, you may want to consider Baylham House Farm in Ipswich. This rare breeds farm offers self catering accommodation in the annexe of the old farmhouse. Sleeping up to four adults and a baby the annexe is well equipped and you’re very welcome to help with the lambing, calving, feeding and shearing if you wish. Equally, you can just sit back and watch - it’s a great choice for a family break.