The recession may be coming to an end, but there is still a long way to go for many families who have had to dip into savings to make it through the tough financial times of the past two years. The good news for these families is that you can still have an enjoyable, fun and relaxing holiday in 2010 simply by booking up at one of the many hotels in Suffolk.
The county of Suffolk is based on the Eastern coast of the United Kingdom and makes up the region of East Anglia with neighbouring counties of Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire. It also features a number of beautiful and entertaining attraction which are all within an 30 minutes to 1 hours drive from any of the various hotels in Suffolk.
Maybe you want to visit the Easton farm park which is located near the beautiful town of Woodbridge and will provide a fun filled day out for the entire family as you look around the farm and check out the animals. The farm was briefly closed a couple of years ago as a safety precaution during the foot and mouth crisis, and there are now even more stringent practises in place to make sure that both your family and the animals are all safe.
If beach holidays are more of your type of thing, then Suffolk has something to offer you too. Located within the hour from the various hotels in Suffolk is a number of award winning beaches. Lowestoft is probably the premier beach of the county and offers acres of unspoiled sandy beach, which is a popular tourist attraction for the public during the summer months. If you are planning on heading for Lowestoft then make sure that you leave early enough as it can be difficult to obtain a parking space without having a lengthy walk if you do leave it too late rhubarb candle.
If shopping is your cup of tea then why not visit the town of Ipswich, it has a number of quality shops to keep you amused and when you have looked through those there is also a couple of shopping precincts that will offer you even more bargains. Staying in one of the Ipswich hotels in Suffolk will also enable you to take in the sights, sounds and maybe more from the historical football ground of Portman Road, the home of Ipswich Town Football Club, a club which has been managed by two of the greatest England managers, Sir Alf Ramsey and Sir Bobby Robson.