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Beccles holiday cottages

12 properties found
Beccles, Suffolk

Nursery Cottage - Beccles

2112

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7 nights

£472 - £840

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Burgh St Peter, Norfolk

Harnsers Nest

2112

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7 nights

£576 - £836

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Burgh St Peter, Norfolk

Barn Owls Nook

2112

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7 nights

£576 - £836

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Ilketshall St Margaret, Suffolk

Tree Tops

2112

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7 nights

£487 - £842

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Bungay, Norfolk Countryside & Villages

The Annexe at Hideaway Cottage

2111

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7 nights

£346 - £587

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St Olaves, Norfolk Coast

Brambling

422

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7 nights

£613 - £1,124

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Geldeston, Norfolk

Hillside - Geldeston

421

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7 nights

£398 - £703

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Bungay, Suffolk

Forget Me Not - Bungay

531

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7 nights

£588 - £922

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Ilketshall St Margaret, Suffolk

Ash

6322

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7 nights

£868 - £1,283

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Ilketshall St Margaret, Suffolk

Cedar

6322

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7 nights

£862 - £1,277

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Thurlton, Suffolk Countryside

The Old Rectory

10542

Our grading

7 nights

£1,553 - £2,639

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Ilketshall St Margaret, Suffolk

Chestnut Tree Barns

14756

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7 nights

£2,125 - £2,551

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Self-catering holiday cottages in Beccles 

Beccles is a beautiful market town and is ideally located on the Suffolk/Norfolk border and at the entrance to the Broads National Park. The town has many historical buildings, a weekly country market, an outdoor lido and a seasonal quayside tourist information office.

In the mid-1700s, Lord Horatio Nelson's parents were actually married in Beccles at the Church of St Michael's which is located in the centre of town. St Michael's imposing bell tower, which stands independently from the church, is a Grade I-listed building and stands at a height of over 96 feet. The bell tower is actually open to the public during the summer months, and visitors can climb the hundreds of steps to the top which affords breathtaking views of the beautiful Waveney Valley, river and beyond.

Beccles has a lovely little museum with informative displays depicting local history. Located in Ballygate, the museum is housed in the historic Leman House building which dates back to 1570.

Other popular summer activities in Beccles include hiring a boat and taking a trip on the broads to Geldeston Locks. The town is also popular with walking and cycling enthusiasts, especially for those taking the Beccles Marsh Trail which takes in the river and countryside surrounding the town. You're also just a short drive from popular Norfolk coastal locations such as Great Yarmouth and Caister-on-Sea.

Book your Beccles cottages and plan your next East Anglian getaway to the beautiful Norfolk/Suffolk border.