Suffolk Breaks

Suffolk Breaks 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.

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

Why Suffolk Breaks?

Suffolk is on the East coast of Britain and is the first place to see the sunrise. There’s nothing more refreshing than seaside Suffolk Breaks 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.

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 Suffolk Breaks has something for everyone.


Felixstowe is a traditional seaside resort known for its Blue Flag quality sand and shingle beach, long promenade, perfectly kept seafront gardens and variety of seaside attractions.

One of the main attractions is the seafront, it is over four miles long, with a wide promenade that stretches almost the entire length of the beach from Landguard Point to Felixstowe Ferry. Crucially, all year round, for Suffolk breaks, Felixstowe feels lived-in and lively. And that’s because it is a town that has plenty to attract tourists without being exclusively a tourist town.

There is something to suit all tastes and budgets, from fine dining and traditional afternoon tea, to handmade ice creams and fresh, locally caught fish and chips. Take your pick from the charming tearooms, historic hotels, friendly pubs, intimate restaurants and seafront cafes.


Newmarket is an attractive market town situated on the Suffolk/Cambridgeshire border and is famous throughout the world as the home of Horseracing. It is the largest racehorse training centre in Britain and home to the largest racehorse breeding centre.

Newmarket is also the setting for Sir Alfred Munnings famous paintings of horses and made it’s earliest Royal connection since King James I, Charles I and Charles II who had dwellings there which increased the towns horse racing popularity. Magnificently situated amongst downs and heaths, this town is the Uk centre for the million pound horse breeding industry.

There are tours available around Palace House the home of Britain’s National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art, the National Horseracing Museum, the Sporting Art Trust and the Retraining of Racehorses charity. It calls itself the home of racing but Newmarket has so much more than the races.


A wonderful mix of music, food and a friendly atmosphere – Aldeburgh is perfect for the whole family.Located on the Suffolk coast, its Blue Flag, shingle beach is a favourite amongst tourists and locals alike.

Suffolk Breaks at the seaside is the perfect excuse to visit Aldeburgh’s glorious seafront the home to some breathtaking views. Stretch your legs on the ‘Eastbridge Pub and Dog Walk’ while strolling through forest, meadow and beach with a quick stop for tea at the National Trust Tea Room.

For music lovers the Red House tour is a no-brainer. It’s the former home/workplace of Suffolk composer Benjamin Britten where visitors can see his studio, library and gardens.

For delicious fresh fish, head to the fisherman’s huts on the beach. If you prefer your fish already cooked and battered the Aldeburgh Fish & Chip Shop is regarded by some people as the best fish and chips in the UK.

In conclusion, it is time for some great holidays in Suffolk, and  Stone Lodge Apartments in Ipswich Suffolk  is an ideal place to stay for it’s central location. Start planning your holiday now.