Hol­i­day let­tings agency opens its new home in Woodbridge

Suf­folk Cot­tage Hol­i­days cel­e­brated the open­ing of its new Woodbridge of­fice with a stylish Sun­day Tea party.

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The area’s lead­ing hol­i­day let­tings agency is one of the first firms to move into the land­mark Deben Wharf de­vel­op­ment, and on Sun­day Au­gust 5 threw open its doors to home­own­ers, hol­i­day­mak­ers and other spe­cially-in­vited guests.

“Prop­er­ties and peo­ple are what make our world go around here at Suf­folk Cot­tage Hol­i­days,” says Gen­eral Man­ager Ju­lian Brack­en­bury. “We’re ex­cited about all the prop­er­ties show­cased in our self-cater­ing port­fo­lio, and we’re es­pe­cially de­lighted to have our own new home in one of Suf­folk’s most ex­cit­ing new com­mu­nity projects – Whis­stocks in Woodbridge.”

Suf­folk Cot­tage Hol­i­days is part of the Orig­i­nal Cot­tages fam­ily, a leader in the self-cater­ing hol­i­days mar­ket that of­fers a choice of 4,300 hand-picked prop­er­ties across the UK. A unique busi­ness struc­ture guar­an­tees a per­sonal, lo­cal ser­vice to home­own­ers and hol­i­day­mak­ers alike, and Ju­lian was joined at the Suf­folk Cot­tage Hol­i­days of­fice launch by his team of hol­i­day let­tings, prop­erty re­cruit­ment and man­aged services spe­cial­ists.

Prosecco served from be­spoke Ital­ian tuk-tuk bar Prosecco O’Clock and a de­li­cious Af­ter­noon Tea by Ara­bella Reeve Cater­ing added ex­tra sparkle to the oc­ca­sion, which was at­tended by Mayor of Woodbridge, Cllr David Mor­timer and Tide Mill Trus­tee John Lem­ing, who gave a talk on the his­toric river­side land­mark – one of only two work­ing tide mills in the UK.

“The new of­fice sup­ports our aim of pro­vid­ing the very best ser­vice to hol­i­day­mak­ers and home­own­ers across the Suf­folk coun­try­side” says Ju­lian “and we were de­lighted with the sup­port we re­ceived for our event – a huge thank you to all who came along. It was the per­fect way to of­fi­cially open our fan­tas­tic of­fice and we look for­ward to wel­com­ing more peo­ple to our new lo­ca­tion. We won’t al­ways have Prosecco and cake on of­fer, sadly… but we can al­ways stretch to a cup of tea!”.

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