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Suffolk Tours - Woodbridge Tudor Treat
Single Centre

Your stay at the Woodbridge Tudor manor house and luxury country hotel, Seckford Hall , really sets the scene for the historic Suffolk treasures you will explore on this tour. A single centre break, it is ideal for those who want to try out a cycling holiday for the first time, or who fancy mixing gentle cycling with a relaxed stay in a magnificent setting. Our selection of 4 meticulously prepared tours lets you explore castles, coast, marshlands and market towns, estuaries and seaside as the whim takes you. Head for Framlingham Castle where Mary Tudor learnt of her accession or tour market towns or coastal villages where 16th century cottages rub shoulders with more recent neighbours.

Tour details

Tour Name
Woodbridge Tudor Treat
Single Centre
Tour Reference
Tour Duration
3 days and 2 nights
Start Day
Any Day
Tour Grade
Board Basis
Bed & Breakfast
From £284 to £298 per person

is in a 4 star hotel with pool and spa facilities near Woodbridge. We are pleased to discuss details on request.

Tour at a Glance

This single centre break is an invitation to treat yourself in style and enjoy being only a short pedal away from historic castles, countryside, rivers and coastlines. It is ideal for those who want to try a cycling holiday for the first time or who simply fancy mixing some cycling with a stay in a beautiful Tudor manor house.


From your base at Seckford Hall near Woodbridge, there are 4 excellent circular rides to choose from, taking in some more real Tudor treats and timeless countryside. Enjoy castles, coast, marshlands and market towns, sleepy sheltered river inlets and history around every gentle bend.

Day One - Arrive & relax
Arrive, relax and enjoy the facilities of the hotel

Day Two – Choice of circular rides
Take delivery of bikes. Choice of circular rides.
Mileage: Min 9 Max38

Day Three – Choice of circular rides & depart
Mileage: Min 9 Max 38

You really are free to choose which direction your break takes you on this short holiday.

Our selection of meticulously planned routes cover distances between 9 and 38 miles, to cater both for those first timers who just want a ‘padded saddle of a cycle trip’ and for those more experienced cyclists who would like to get to grips with a little more mileage.

We pride ourselves in ensuring that you experience the best of the area and that you travel the most comfortable distances for you.

Perhaps you’ll consider a river trip through the hauntingly beautiful landscapes around Snape Maltings, from Orford with its 12th century castle keep and mysterious more modern day monuments along the Ness, or maybe along the River Deben at Waldringfield.

There’s a working post mill on the Green, a curtain-wall castle dripping with Tudor tales to tell, and a vineyard for a real taste of Suffolk out at Framlingham . Sutton Hoo, site of the Anglo-Saxon ship burial, boasts a breath-taking array of treasures from a darker era, whereas in the picturesque estate village of Easton, you can come face to flank with living history when you meet the huge local working horses, the famous Suffolk Punch.

We won’t blame you of course, if you just fancy savouring a long relaxing lunch at one of the many inviting riverside pubs that make Suffolk’s coastline so unforgettable. Then again, you may feel that Felixstowe is the place for you for a spot of sea air and come back to base via the foot/cycle ferry over the river mouth.

Who knows, you may just choose to stay a little closer to your temporary Tudor pile and browse the all-too-inviting shops in Woodbridge or take a look at the riverside’s rather unusual tide mill. There’s certainly plenty to explore, however energetic you feel and on this tour, your rest really is up to you.

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