Woodbridge cottage holidays Holiday rentals - country and coastal cottage to rent in Woodbridge
Woodbridge is a historic market town located 12 km along the river Deben from the sea and a short distance from Ipswich Town. Woodbridge offers fantastic shops with excellent pubs and restaurants along with several activities both indoors or on the water. Woodbridge is situated on the edge of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is the perfect touring base to explore the Suffolk Coast and tourist attractions including some major archaeological sites of the Anglo-Saxon period along with the Sutton Hoo burial ship.
With a history of sail, rope making and boatbuilding that dates back to the Middle Ages, Canoeing, boating and walks along the river into the Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB are all great ways to encounter life in Woodbridge.
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|Local airport||Norwich (89km)|
|Nearest major airport||Stanstead (94km)|
|Nearest train station||Woodbridge (GA)|
Woodbridge is just across the river from Rendlesham Forest, location of the infamous Rendlesham UFO Incident of 1980, and Sutton Hoo and AONB making it the perfect place for a holiday cottage to discover and explore Suffolk and East Anglia. The low-lying coast is a great way to appreciate the full beauty of the East Coast, spot wildlife and the perfect photo opportunity. .See all rentals
Things to see and do in Woodbridge
Woodbridge and the surrounding area is full of interesting villages, open coastline and countryside to explore. Rendlesham Forest is located just under 1km from town where you can partake in country walks, bike park or discover scupltures in Tangham Wood.
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|Tide Mill Musuem||✔|
|National Trust Sutton Hoo||✔|
|Easton Farm Park||✔|
|Orford Ness Nature Reserve||✔|
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Woodbridge has something to offer everyone, whatever their age all year round. From the beautiful Suffolk countryside, the expansive coastline, golden beaches and unspoilt seaside towns. An ideal holiday rental location to relax, enjoy slow pace of East Anglian life.