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Dog Friendly Lodges Suffolk

With a staggering coastline, wonderful countryside and a variety of charming villages and towns, Suffolk has everything for your perfect pet getaway. Whether you roam the streets of Ipswich, soak up the history in Bury St Edmunds, or take a walk along one of the many gorgeous beaches, you and your pooch are sure to have an amazing time.

 

  • Blueberry Cottage, SuffolkInstant Book Overlay Image
    Woodbridge, England
    5.00
    This semi-detached cottage comes fully equipped with a private hot tub. Surrounded by the undulating Suffolk hills, this is a truly special property. The open-plan living area boasts a warm and snug environment which makes for a great social space. The master bedroom comes with an en-suite toilet, and the twin room has an additional pull-out bed, so there’s room for the whole family. With the property all on one level, it’s ideal for wheelchair access too. As well as enjoying your own privacy, with a private entrance, garden and patio area, guests can also take full advantage of the farm’s features, like visiting the goats, sheep, horses and cattle. Beach 16 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 3 miles.
    £126
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  • Carol's Cottage, SuffolkInstant Book Overlay Image
    Wenhaston, England
    These two conversions of old farm buildings are set on a 70-acre arable farm in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 6 miles from the Suffolk Heritage Coastline. They combine comfort with a superbly secluded location. Festive decorations and tree are supplied for Christmas bookings, and installed blackout blinds keep out the brightness when you need to relax and have a lie in! Beside the properties is a footpath leading to farmland, and close by are sandy beaches, RSPB Minsmere and Dunwich Heath (National Trust), whilst Aldeburgh is a little further. Castles, a wildlife park and Sutton Hoo are easily accessible. Farm shop 2 miles and market town of Halesworth 3 miles, shop and village pub within 1 mile.
    £71
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  • Old Corn Mill, SuffolkInstant Book Overlay Image
    Halesworth, England
    This delightful cluster of converted barns can be found deep in the Suffolk countryside, set in 80 acres of grazing meadows on the owner’s working beef farm where the owner lives. Henry’s Barn (ref UKC3168) is a semi-detached barn conversion and can accommodate up to six guests including two guests with restricted mobility, on the ground floor. The Old Dairy (ref UKC3169) is also part of a barn conversion ideal for a couple or small family. The Old Corn Mill (ref UKC3170) is another semi-detached barn conversion and has a large communal seating area, ideal if all properties are booked together, accommodating up to 16 guests.

    Whilst offering holiday makers a cosy and comfortable stay, these 18th-century barns have retained much of their charm and character, and share use of an indoor heated pool which can be booked for private sessions, and is open from Easter to September (please bring your own towels). There is also a large games room with an indoor astro turf pitch for football, hockey and tennis. Ideal for families and larger groups, there is a real emphasis on guests’ comfort. The properties are decroated with a Christmas theme during the festive season, perfect for breaks all year round.

    The village of Walpole is in the Suffolk Blyth Valley on the outskirts of Halesworth, close to the River Blyth. It is an ideal location from which to explore the Suffolk Heritage Coast at Southwold with its brightly coloured beach huts lining the promenade, Aldeburgh for traditional fish and chips on the seafront, or Dunwich to explore the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the RSPB Minsmere, all offering a distinctly individual coastal experience. You are also ideally located to discover the Suffolk countryside locations of Framlingham and the infamous Castle on the Hill, the market town of Halesworth for a spot of retail therapy and the equally beautiful Beccles, a market town situated on the southern network of the Norfolk Broads National Park. Beach 8 miles. Shop 3 miles, pub and restaurant 2½ miles.
    Properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 16 guests.
    £75
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    A stunning collection of beautiful barns set deep in the Suffolk countryside. Each Barn has its own individual layout and offers luxury and comfort. Lovingly restored you can walk around the grounds or relax in comfort.
    Wagtail (ref UK12449) is a beautiful property set over two floors with vaulted ceilings on the first floor living space. Meadow View (ref UK12450) is a semi-detached property overlooking a pond and set over two floors, it retains intriguing original features such as the fireplace and bread oven. Swallow (ref UK12451) is a single level property with an open plan living area, tall ceilings and modern décor that are perfect for a small family. Tawny (ref UK12452) is all one level and is ideal for a small family, with its open plan layout it’s the best place to relax and unwind. Nightingale (ref UK12453) is a unique barn conversion with ground floor bedrooms and living space on the first floor and a balcony with uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside. Avocet (ref UK12454) is a real treat, a semi-detached barn conversion with three bedrooms all en-suite and one friendly for the less mobile. Napier (ref UK12455) sleeping eight people with four bathrooms, is perfect for groups of friends who wish to escape to the country. Dragonfly (ref UK12456) is a beautiful renovated, semi-detached farmhouse with underfloor heating throughout, ensuring the perfect all year round retreat.
    On-site you have access to an impressive cinema room, a vintage style games room, a sauna and a gym completes your impressive amenities. The on-site owners are always around to help you with your stay and make recommendations of places to go, thay can also organise lots of little extras such a beauty treatments, special birthday surprise or simply that something extra to make your stay just perfect!
    Located close to the market town of Halesworth, you will find an array of independent shops, cafes and restaurants. As a market town there is always plenty going on! You are also extremely well placed to visit the Suffolk heritage coast with its long sandy beaches, promenade and award winning fish and chips. Beach 14½ miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 3 miles.
    £127
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  • Oak Cottage, SuffolkInstant Book Overlay Image
    Saxmundham, England
    Located within walking distance of the market town of Stowmarket with its shops, bars and restaurants, this delightful spacious property offers the ideal place for a relaxing holiday with family, friends and pets.
    The large kitchen/dining room is perfect for entertaining, and the ground floor bedroom and bathroom are ideal for the less mobile members of the family. A separate living room with wood burner is the perfect place to chill. Upstairs, you will find two further large bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside is a generous size enclosed garden with seating area, perfect for whiling away the day or star gazing at night with a glass of your favourite tipple.
    Saxmundham is an excellent base for countryside and coastal activities. The area has an array of walking trails, ideal for walking your furry friends, and the coastal town of Aldeburgh, famous for its connection with Benjamin Britten, the founder of the Aldeburgh Festival which takes place every June, is only 7 miles away. For the nature lovers, RSPB Minsmere is only 8 miles away and the beautiful Westleton Heath National Nature Reserve, one of Suffolk’s hidden gems, where you can see a variety of birds and Dartmoor ponies is only 9 miles away. Why not visit the Cold War Museum at Bentwaters or the Transport Museum at Ipswich; you could also stop for a drink along the waterfront. Pleasure Wood Hills Theme Park is less than an hour away and offers a great day out for all the family. There are a variety of antique shops and centres, and if you are looking for a treat, then why not spend a day at the Potton Hall Spa. Norwich is only one hour away and is an ideal day out with its array of shops, market stalls and famous cathedral.
    £96
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  • The Cart Lodge, SuffolkInstant Book Overlay Image
    Cart Lodge is an 18th-century listed, detached property, converted to the highest standard whilst keeping its character, and has unrivalled views over the beautiful Suffolk countryside. As you arrive you will appreciate the quiet and tranquil location. Continue up the drive and Cart Lodge is situated on the right-hand side, a beautiful fully renovated single-storey barn. The owners have installed a ramp to the front door as well as steps so that a wheelchair can access the accommodation which is all on the ground floor.

    As you step through the door into the living/dining room you will notice how bright and airy the property is and you will see the beautiful views across open countryside. This area has a vaulted ceiling and beams with comfortable sofas. One is a small sofa bed suitable for a child. The separate fully fitted kitchen has everything you need to cook a meal or prepare a barbecue. Both spacious bedrooms are on the ground level and comprise of a double, and a twin which can be linked as a double. A cot is also available. The large spacious walk-in shower has a handrail for support.

    The rear lawned garden with decking is ideal for sunbathing, sipping your favourite tipple or a tasty barbecue. The Suffolk skies are renowned for star gazing. What better way to see the milky way than from the hot tub, which is not overlooked. You also have access to the grounds with the large moat. There are two platforms where you can sit and fish (fishing rods are available).

    Fressingfield is only 8 miles from the picturesque market town of Eye with its 11th-century castle, array of shops and restaurants. Why not do the Town Trail and visit some of the historic buildings and museums?

    No visit to Suffolk is complete without visiting the stunning Suffolk coast. A trip to the traditional town of Southwold, home to a famous brewery, is the perfect way to spend a day with its independent shops and restaurants. Close by is Aldeburgh where you will find the famous fish and chip shop. Get there early as it is very popular. Just a little further on is the small village of Thorpeness which is dominated by the Mere. It is popular all year round and bears witness to the village’s fantastical past. In 1910 Stuart Ogilvie bought the hamlet and set to transform it into a private fantasy holiday village. Today the village is just how Ogilvie envisaged it with pretty, mock Tudor houses. You can hire boats and take a trip round the picturesque six-thousand-acre Mere to see the islands and inlets, all named by J M Barrie, the author of Peter Pan, and where you will see statues of Wendy and Peter Pan. There is a regatta on the Mere every August which culminates in a torch lit parade of boats and fireworks.

    There are many activities nearby including golf, horse riding, tennis courts, water sports, cycling and hiking.
    £99
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