Holiday homes Mildenhall are based in a small market town in Suffolk, East of England and are perfect for a quiet retreat. There's plenty of history in this small town, especially with the opening of the huge RAF base in 1934. It became immediately famous as it was selected for the England to Australia air race and it attracted famous participants, like Amy Johnson the 'Queen of the air' and also royal spectators King George V and Queen Mary. The Mildenhall Museum is also a great place to find out about the town's history while you stay in Mildenhall accommodation. It contains displays of the history of the RAF base, as well as local history and wildlife and also information about the Mildenhall Treasure. One of the famous things you can find out about when holidaying in a holiday home Mildenhall is the Mildenhall Treasure. It consists of a hoard of Roman silver objects buried in the 4th century and is considered to be one of the most important collections ever found from the Roman Empire.
Mildenhall holiday homes are lucky to be situated near the River Lark, which is home to a variety of fish and therefore perfect for the keen fisherman or for taking a quiet fishing holiday. Mildenhall accommodation is also close to the towns of Newmarket and Bury St Edmonds which offer the visitor the chance to spend some great days out in neighbouring towns while in Mildenhall.