Romantic Breaks Suffolk

Romantic Breaks Suffolk is the perfect holiday destination, full of charming villages and medieval towns, and its bounty of great produce and restaurants make it a special spot for foodies. Suffolk boasts some outstanding countrysides, great coastline and many places to visit.

Once branded the “curious county” during a short-lived ad campaign, Suffolk is famed for arts luminaries including John Constable, Thomas Gainsborough, Benjamin Britten and latterly Ed Sheeran, but has much more to boast about. Suffolk is great for short breaks, it’s a place where you can unwind. Situated on the East coast of England this glorious county is filled with natural beauty.

The Home of Horseracing, you can explore Constable Country and experience maritime life in Ipswich. Why not immerse yourself in history in Bury St Edmunds, or simply spend long, lazy days by the sea. The fabulous attractions and great days out in Suffolk mean you can do as much or as little as you want.

Why Choose Suffolk?

The Suffolk countryside is full of beautiful places to visit and the stunning scenery is sure to make romance blossom. Suffolk is on the East coast of Britain and is the first place to see the sunrise.

There’s nothing more refreshing than a seaside Romantic Breaks Suffolk which boast 50 miles of stunning coastline where you can relax and unwind on the beach as well as discover the historic towns and picturesque villages, each with their own story to tell.

Ipswich is the place!

Ipswich is a vibrant and culturally diverse county town and regional centre with a strong heritage. Ipswich is a town steeped in history and you’d be hard pushed to move far in the town centre without seeing something worth stopping for. Ipswich is the oldest Anglo-Saxon town in England and has a rich heritage and proud history.

Ipswich is just over an hour from the capital by train and benefits from road links to the Midlands and the North and is also close to Cambridge, Norwich and Essex.

Stone Lodge Apartments

Stone lodge Apartments is situated in a quiet location in Ipswich and ideal for Romantic Breaks Suffolk. The apartments are beautifully decorated and furnished to a high standard. Stone Lodge Apartments, is situated within walking distance of Ipswich town centre, the train station and easy access to the major road routes.

These apartments are ideal for a weekend getaway, corporate let or perhaps a romantic break or for those wishing to spend longer in order to explore the multitude of areas and places of interest in the Suffolk, Norfolk, and Essex areas. Stone Lodge Apartments is your perfect location in Ipswich for Romantic Breaks Suffolk.

Places to visit when enjoying Romantic Breaks in Suffolk

A favourite tourist destination for decades, Suffolk is peppered with fantastic places that you can visit and inspirational ideas for your perfect short break. From pristine beaches to the fascinating historical attractions that you can discover a short break in Suffolk is the place for you. The Suffolk Coast is the ideal place for a couples getaway, countryside is full of beautiful places to visit and the stunning scenery is sure to make romance blossom. Suffolk do ‘cosy and romantic’ very well so make Romantic Breaks Suffolk the location for your romantic escape!

Bury St Edmunds

This historical town’s cobbled streets are full of independent shops, award-winning restaurants, cafes and historical landmarks. The perfect treat for the shopaholic in your life! Start off with a stroll through the town with a bit of retail therapy, followed by a meal in one of the many eateries and if you fancy a bit of culture why not the visit the St Edmundsbury Cathedral and Abbey Gardens for a romantic stroll through the flower filled grounds.


Otherwise known as Constable Country, this area is home to part of the Dedham Vale and Stour Valley Area of Outstanding Beauty and is the birth place of famous painter John Constable and also the location of his most famous works. Treat the art lover in your life to a walk along the river stour at Flatford which is the place in Constable’s most famous painting The Hay Wain. The white cottage in the background of the painting is still there, now known as Flatford Mill.


Ideal for couples, start your day in Woodbridge and head down to the marina, where you can explore the historic Tide Mill before setting off on a walk along the river Deben, with a stop off at The Tea Hut.

In the evening, get dressed up and head to The Crown for pre-dinner cocktails and a slap up meal from their award-winning menu. Catch the latest blockbuster and enjoy a pre-film meal at The Riverside Theatre where you can snuggle up on the double couch seats!, or take a drive out to the surrounding villages and sit by the fire with a glass of wine and a delicious meal made with locally sourced produce. Perfect to whisk your loved one away for Romantic Breaks Suffolk.