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Best Hotels in Suffolk (county)

How to Find the Best Suffolk Hotels with Hotels.com

Waiting for your trip away to begin is intriguing and exciting, imagining all the wonderful sights you’re going to see and memories you’re going to create. So doesn’t it create a bit of an anti-climax when the planning and organisation of your perfect getaway seems neverending. At Hotels.com, we mix our easy-to-book online booking system, the top-notch experience of our travel experts and the insight and recommendations of our verified guests to bring you a service you’ll want to come back to visit time and time again. As we make it our business where you sleep, we provide you with a wealth of advice, ideas and tips to make the planning process even simple, so all you have to do is pack and get going on your latest adventure. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to experience your ideal hotel in Suffolk. Book a hotel in Suffolk now with Hotels.com and you won’t be disappointed!

What's Suffolk like?

A hub of sport, Suffolk houses one of the nation’s favourite racecourses, Newmarket, as well as Ipswich Town Football Club, Speedway racing and cricket that you simply don’t want to miss. With a gorgeous array of sights and landmarks including churches and cathedrals such as Long Melford Church and St. Edmundsbury Cathedral, agricultural wonders like Framlingham Castle and The Abbey, along with local loves including Hollow Trees Farm Shop and Easton Farm Park. If nature and parks simply mesmerise you, then Christchurch Park, Abbey Gardens and Holywells Park offer you exceptional grounds and picturesque views. Understand and learn more about Suffolk’s past in the future with the county’s whole host of museums, not to mention Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum, Little Hall Lavenham and Dunwich Museum for those eager to get involved with the county’s heritage. And when the day’s sightseeing has exhausted your tired legs, then after a rest in your Suffolk hotel, you can sit back and relax in Suffolk’s many theatre and concert venues and tantalising eateries.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Suffolk

An East Anglian county situated within the historic heart of England. Largely arable and with a flat hills throughout, it is the perfect destination for keen walkers and hikers or those simply looking to explore this area more, with the Suffolk Coast and Heaths as an Area of Outstanding Beauty. Agriculture is equally a massive draw and remains to be a huge source of income and interest for locals and tourists alike, with many flocking to Ipswich in May for the Suffolk Show. If horseracing is your hobby then Newmarket is home to the UK’s horse racing industry. The landscape of Suffolk is pure bliss with heathlands known as “The Sandlings” running along the entire county’s coastline, decorated by wetland Trimley Marshes, a wetland protected by Suffolk Wildlife Trust and the Cretaceous chalk on the west of the county. Book a hotel with Hotels.com now in Suffolk and see the beauty of the UK’s countryside.