The Suffolk Coast
As the nearest coast to London to have remained largely undisturbed and an area of outstanding natural beauty famed for its world class culture, heritage, landscape and food, The Suffolk Coast is the perfect place to escape to and explore this Spring.
Regular train services run to Ipswich, Lowestoft, Felixstowe, Beccles and Woodbridge in Suffolk. Check timetable and fares using our Journey planner.
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Stunning landscapes packed with vibrant colours and wildlife, dramatic open skies and rolling seas offer space to breathe and time out to relax and unwind with family and friends.
Charming seaside and bustling market towns provide great places to stay, eat and play - plenty of retail therapy on offer with wonderful independent shops, antique fairs and markets. Fabulous local, seasonal food and drink on the menu at restaurants, pubs and cafes will delight all Foodies.
For those who want to be outdoors and active, the sweeping countryside makes the perfect playground for cyclists, walkers, families and nature lovers alike. Bracing countryside and coastal walks along blue flag beaches will invigorate and revive - whatever the weather!
There’s plenty of choice when it comes to resting your head too; whether it's a cosy country cottage nestled in the heart of a sleepy Suffolk coast village, a converted barn to house the extended family, or a luxury hotel with panoramic views out to sea - you'll always find the right place to stay on The Suffolk Coast.
Whether you want to play on the beach, sample quality local food, experience world class arts and culture or discover some of Britain's rarest wildlife, your journey starts here on The Suffolk Coast.