A guide to finding a holiday or short break in Bungay
So, you are here using the Bungay tourism information website and are considering a Bungay holiday or short stay. Well the team here at Love Bungay would like to make the planning and booking of a holiday or short break in Bungay as painless as possible, which is why we have created this guide to How to Come on Holiday or Short Break to Bungay.
Choose when to come. Bungay is great for a holidays all year round, so come and get cozy in the Winter, bask in the countryside during Spring, soak up the sun on the beach in the Summer and hazy Autumn days are not to be missed. Many people like to plan their short break or holiday around a popular event in the Bungay area so it’s certainly worth checking out the what’s on guide for Bungay.
Once you have decided what dates you would like to enjoy a short break or holiday in Bungay, you will want to consider what form of holiday accommodation in Bungay will be most desirable for you and the rest of your gang. If you have children, the holiday parks of Bungay are very popular. If you don’t have family or friends who could put up with you and you may want to stay in a Bungay bed and breakfast or, perhaps, a hotel in Bungay, all of these are perfect for short breaks in Bungay.
However, if you are staying a bit longer, you may wish to enjoy a self catering break in one of Bungay’s many superb holiday lets. If you find a bed and breakfast, hotel or holiday let that you like, our advice is to book as soon as you can to avoid disappointment, as this part of the world can be very popular and you can find that holiday accommodation places are taken up quickly by the eager and those in the know.
Once you have booked your holiday accommodation in the Bungay area, then you will want to plan what do to on your holiday in Bungay. Our useful things to do in Bungay guide will be your best resource, as will our what’s on guide. Some highlights include the Bungay Black Dog Marathon and the town’s Bungay Celebrity Walk.
Now you’ve found where to stay and what to do take a look at our Bungay transportation section to find out how to get around.
Right, well that’s about it, then. You’re well on your way to enjoying an amazing short break or holiday in one of the nicest places in the UK. You may want to check out our handy downloadable Bungay visitor guide, too. If you enjoyed our post about how to come on Holiday or a short break in Bungay, please like our Love Bungay FaceBook page or follow us on .