Finding the perfect park home site is most definitely a key decision when making your move to park home living. Whether you are looking to downsize, upgrade or relocate closer to family and friends, park home life in Suffolk is certainly one to consider.


Suffolk is a county filled with natural beauty, bordered by 50 miles of glorious coastline and topped with breathtaking skies. Situated on the east coast of England, it’s full of charming villages, medieval towns and seaside havens.

There are few places in Britain more picturesque than Constable Country. Set within Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just two hours from London and the Midlands. This rural landscape was where the painter John Constable was born, and where he painted his most celebrated works.

Where to live

Suffolk is home to a variety of fantastic locations, both rural and urban. In recent years the county has become known as one of the most desirable locations for commuters searching for a change of lifestyle. It has a fascinating history, beautiful countryside and some truly picturesque villages. Colourful cottages, remote village pubs and rolling countryside are the norm here.

Bury St Edmunds topped the poll in the east of England in The Sunday Times Best Places to Live guide. The town enjoys a rich history and fantastic architecture with an abundance of pastel cottages, period timber houses and marvellous Georgian squares. Situated less than an hour from the Suffolk coast, Bury St Edmund’s offers residents greater access to the wider region.

Ipswich boasts one of the UK’s fastest growing economies. This bustling town offers easy access to a wealth of retail outlets, independent shops, bars and restaurants.

There are villages aplenty, with favourites including Coddenham, which was the largest settlement in Suffolk during the Roman occupation of Britain. The picturesque Cavendish is famed for its thatched cottages, and Kersey is a village that wouldn’t be amiss on a postcard and is one of the most memorable in the area. Shottisham is the epitome of peacefulness, and with a tiny population of around 200, this quaint village offers a truly rural lifestyle.

A former winner of The Sunday Times best places to live award, Woodbridge offers residents the perfect ‘coastal’ location. The one-time home of artist John Constable, East Bergholt is one of the biggest villages in the Stour valley.

Things to see and do

There are magnificent castles, exquisite stately homes and gorgeous gardens that offer chances for exploration and adventure. There’s also plenty of fun things to do in Suffolk, including rare breed farms, animal parks, living museums, forest playgrounds, festivals, and Suffolk’s county sport: crabbing.

The Suffolk nature reserves are incredibly beautiful and extraordinary in their variety. Rich in wildlife, these special habitats are great places to explore all year round. RSPB Minsmere is undoubtedly one of the finest nature reserves in the country. Its patchwork of lagoons, marshes, woodland and wetland is home to thousands of rare birds, animals and native Suffolk wildlife.