Dog Friendly Cottages Suffolk

Looking for the best dog friendly cottages Suffolk has to offer, then you will be in for a treat, there are so many choices for holidays in Suffolk with dogs.

Dog Friendly beaches are plentiful in Suffolk. From the ever popular Aldeburgh, to the secluded sands of Kessingland, you and your dog will have acres of stunning Suffolk shore at your disposal. If you are planning a holiday in Suffolk with your dog away from peak season, there are no restrictions on any of the county’s beaches, meaning you and your dog can enjoy an early morning beach stroll or an evening paddle.

If you are planning on having a holiday in Suffolk with a large family or maybe getting together with family and friends, these Dog Friendly Suffolk Holidays could be what you are looking for.

14 Dog Friendly Cottages Suffolk

52 Exning Road

Dog friendly cottages Suffolk
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New Market, Suffolk

Sleeping up to 10 people in five bedrooms, this contemporary holiday home is surrounded by the breath-taking scenery of the Suffolk Countryside. Make the most of the large enclosed garden at 52 Exning Road and enjoy the fresh air on the well-kept lawns, or sip on a refreshing glass of lemonade as you bask in the sunshine out on the patio. This property is pet friendly.

From £971

River View

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Brantham, Suffolk

River View sleeps up to nine people in five bedrooms, this chic property lies between the towns of Ipswich and Colchester, with Colchester famed for its Norman Castle, Roman remains and zoo and Ipswich for its historic centre, Christchurch Mansion and its revitalised waterfront and docks area. There are plenty of footpaths around the village, many leading down to the river a perfect spot to walk your dog. This property is pet friendly.

From £716

The Cart Lodge

Cratfield near Halesworth, Suffolk

The Cart Lodge is a wonderful barn conversion which sleeps eight people in four bedrooms. Perfect for families or friends, this retreat is laced with character, quirky features, and a country feel. The beautiful Suffolk Heritage Coastline features unspoilt heathlands, whilst the coastal towns of Southwold and Aldeburgh are all within a short drive. This property is pet friendly.

From £624

St Michael’s House

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St Michael South Elmham, Suffolk

Sleeping up to 11 people in nine bedrooms, St Michael’s House is a semi-detached, Grade II listed, 16th century farmhouse surrounded by tranquil countryside in the beautiful hamlet of St Michael South Elmham. It has great character throughout. The cottage near Bungay provides an excellent base for families and friends to get together and enjoy rural Suffolk. This property is pet friendly.

From £998

Doves Barn

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Needham Market, Suffolk

Doves Barn Sleeps up to 22 people in eight bedrooms, you can also bring a dog along too. This lovely 16th Century converted barn is ideal for a special family gathering. Leading off the stunning sitting room, is a fabulous games room with pool table, a giant Connect 4, and a karaoke machine!

From £3,078

The Barns at Butley

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Butley, Suffolk

Sleeping up to 14 people, with four dogs joining you. If your party size is greater than 14, then book Pottery Barn too to allow your party size to be 20 people. . The Barns at Butley provide spacious accommodation for a large gathering of family or friends. Besides the superb facilities at the Barns including a hot tub, sauna, jacuzzi and treatment room, Butley is close to the coast and busy towns of Aldeburgh and Woodbridge.

From £5,577

Grove Farm House & Black Swan Barn

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Thornham Magna, Suffolk

Sleeping up to 16 people in eight bedrooms, with one dog permitted to stay. Grove Farm House & Black Swan Barn are a wonderful spot for a getaway. The renovations to the properties have been sympathetically done to keep a lot of the features such as the inglenook fireplaces and exposed beams. There are large open-plan living spaces in each property and enough space in the dining areas to seat all your guests.

From £2,984

Little Tey Barn

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Little Tey, Suffolk

Sleeping up to 14 people in six bedrooms, four dogs can also stay. Situated close to the Essex-Suffolk border and set in three acres of private gardens including a  wood fired hot tub, Little Tey Barn is a luxurious escape. The large, open-plan living space boasts a well-equipped kitchen including an Aga and integrated appliances, and there is dining space for up to 14 guests.

From £3,940

Belstead House

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Aldeburgh, Suffolk

Sleeping up to 12 people in six bedrooms, two dogs can stay too. Belstead House is a beautiful Victorian property situated in the heart of Aldeburgh. There is lots of space for a relaxing family holiday with the opportunity to explore all that Aldeburgh and the beautiful Suffolk Coast has to offer.  The property provides spacious accommodation with a separate dining room and sitting room alongside a large breakfast kitchen which opens out onto the patio area and garden.

From £2,214

Rose and Court Barn

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Shelley, Suffolk

Sleeping up to 10 people in five bedrooms, two dogs are welcome.Rose and Court Barn are two adjoining properties which can be booked together for a fantastic break for friends or family. The two barns are situated around a beautiful terrace and garden with swimming pool and tennis court which are available for guests to use.

From £1,048


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Aldeburgh, Suffolk

Sleeping eight people in four bedrooms, with one dog.Architecturally unrivalled in Aldeburgh, Shellseekers is a unique property close to the beach, restaurants and Aldeburgh High Street. The property is ideally located for families and friends wishing to explore the local area and further afield. There is plenty of comfy seating in the living area as well as a large Smart television, perfect for a movie night.

From £1,001

High House

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Wrentham, Suffolk

Sleeping up to nine people in five bedrooms, two dogs are welcome. High House is a perfect home for a get together with family or friends including your four legged member of the family. The house is situated in Wrentham and has easy access to the beautiful Suffolk coast and Southwold; or head inland to visit the market town of Beccles which has access onto the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads.

From £490

The Old Rectory

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Sleeping eight people in four bedrooms, two dogs are welcome.A former Georgian rectory dating from 1776 situated in the beautiful Blyth Valley. The Old Rectory is a stunning Grade II Georgian former rectory with big windows providing light and airy rooms and lots of space for entertaining along with beautiful gardens. It is situated on the edge of Heveningham.

From £1,082


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Ilketshall St Andrew

Sleeping eight people in four bedrooms, with three dogs. Threeways is a spacious, tucked away holiday home set within a large, dog friendly garden. Perfect for families and friends wanting to get away from it all. Threeways has extensive grounds to explore, making it ideal for a holiday for your dogs as well. There is a summer house and a number of areas for you to sit and enjoy the views, maybe while enjoying some locally brewed drinks from St Peter’s Brewery.

From £751

The Presbytery

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Higham, Constable Country

The Presbytery sleeps 10 people in five bedrooms, two dogs are permitted to stay. There are beautiful views across the Stour Valley and the property has lots of original features to give it character. The kitchen is well-equipped with a large range style cooker and both the sitting room and study have fires to give a cosy feel to your stay. The outside space has a large wooden climbing frame and there is a patio area with garden furniture and a barbecue.

From £703

Looking for more choices in east Anglia, why not check out Dog Friendly Cottages Norfolk

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