Today marks the first year of celebration for the county of Suffolk; the idea came from Yorkshire who have celebrated Yorkshire day for over 40 years, so Suffolk thought they would follow suit. There's so many fantastic experiences to enjoy in the county, so we thought we'd give you some inspiration.
See the beach huts in Southwold
Beach huts go back in history to the 19th century, often used as places for people to get changed in Victorian times. Now they are a feature across many beaches in the UK and around the world and the huts in Southwold do not disappoint. Vibrant colours and paintings line the beach with fantastic views of the historic pier.
Visit Nicholas Everitt Park
This grand park features stunning gardens, the Lowestoft Museum, tennis courts, children's play areas, cafe's and so much more, overlooking the beautiful Oulton Broad.
Take a walk at Dunwich heath and beach
Rich in wildlife and scenery, Dunwich heath and beach is a fantastic place to visit. Located in between Southwold and Aldeburgh and close to RSPB Minsmere, there's plenty of nature to discover and things to do nearby.
Watch the sunset over Oulton Broad
With a variety of pubs and restaurants overlooking the incredible Oulton Broad landscape, its the perfect place to grab a drink and watch the sunset.
Visit the historic Sparrow's Nest Gardens
Located near to the UK's most easterly point, Ness Point, Sparrow's Nest Gardens houses a cafe, a restaurant, bowling greens, war museums and plenty of trees and gardens to walk around. Originally an estate belonging to Robert Sparrow, the council bought the gardens in the late 1800's and in 1939 the Royal Navy commandeered the old theatre and the grounds to set up the HQ for the Royal Navy Patrol Service, known as HMS Europa.
Celebrate Suffolk whenever you like!
There's so much more to see and do in this beautiful county. You could come and explore whenever you want with your own holiday home. With properties for sale across our parks in Suffolk, why not come and visit us and see if our holiday homes take your fancy?