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Holiday Cottages in Suffolk, a special selection of wonderfully romantic cottages, many with lovely open log fires and accepting pets.

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The Wobbin

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The Wobbin is a charming 18th Century grade II listed farm cottage sleeping 6, with beautiful views over farmland and Nature reserves to the Blackwater Estuary. See www.grove-cottages.co.uk for full details and online booking.

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Take a Digital Detox

Borleymere Shepherd's Hut in Suffolk

Life moves at a fast pace. And things seem to be getting faster by the minute. More and more people remain glued to their mobile phones for the entire day; some even walk down the street sending texts or checking out their newsfeed on whichever social media platform is flavour of the month, and it…

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Romney, a holiday cottage in the Stour Valley

The walled garden at Romney in Suffolk

Sleeping up to five people, Romney in the lovely village of Cavendish is a beautiful Victorian cottage available as a holiday let through boutique cottage agency The Grove Cottages. This romantic holiday cottage has all the elements needed for a very special short break in Suffolk: deep sofas, a cosy log fire, a pleasant dining…

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Creative Adventures in Suffolk

Suffolk Walking Festival ©Monika Koch

If you are planning a visit to Suffolk this spring or summer, what about joining a photography workshop or nature-themed walk while you are here? The evocatively named Wild Adventures Under Suffolk’s Skies is a company specialising in themed walks, predominantly along the Suffolk coast. Their programme for the year includes sleepovers on the RSPB’s…

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Christmas in Suffolk

Farm Cottage, The Grove Cottages, Suffolk

The festive season has become rather frenetic for many people these days: lunches with colleagues, dinners with friends, get-togethers with the family, Christmas shopping and a host of other commitments that can leave us feeling exhausted when the Big Day finally arrives. There’s something quite appealing about the idea of ‘getting away from it all’…

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