QUAINT AND QUIRKY PERIOD HOLIDAY COTTAGE IN THE HEART OF WOODBRIDGE
Quirky and quaint, 24 Angel Lane is the ideal period cottage for a short break or holiday exploring everything Woodbridge and the Suffolk Coast has to offer. Interiors are stylish and pretty, complimenting the period features and the cottage garden offers a sunny spot to enjoy an evening drink.
This characterful self-catering cottage has two entrances giving guests the choice of going 'up the garden path' into the kitchen or directly into the cosy living room at 24 off Angel Lane. Once inside you'll appreciate the history with staircases going from the modernised kitchen to the large bathroom and another from the cosy living room to the charmiing bedroom with a unique secret door between the two, making it an ensuite for the more agile guests.
A gate on Chapel Street opens into the pretty long cottage garden which is mainly paved with a gravel area where the bistro style table and chairs invites you to enjoy breakfast. There’s no allocated parking for the cottage, however there’s unrestricted roadside parking opposite and a public car park a short drive away on Theatre Street.
Sitting at the back of the cottage with door opening to the garden, the kitchen’s been modernised retaining original features with the addition of a large fridge and three drawer freezer, Bosch washing machine, electric oven with separate grill and four gas rings. A door opens onto the stairs to the bathroom and there’s a steep step up to the living room door.
A charming room with lots of period features – wood burner set in the handsome brick fireplace, studwork, shutters and brick floor with huge rug. The front door opens from Angel Lane and the rooms cosily furnished with two big sofas, table with three chairs for meals, occasional tables and shelves stacked with
Two painted wooden staircases lead to the first floor, one from the living room to the bedroom and the other from the kitchen to the bathroom, both with doors at the bottom, both typical of a period cottage – steep and turning but with handrails.
A lovely sunny south facing room full of character with exposed beams, wooden floor with rugs and unique ‘priest hole’ style door leading to the bathroom. The sturdy king size bed takes pride of place with bedside stools, a chest of drawers and built in wardrobes with additional shelves.
Wonderfully quirky with stairs rising from the kitchen and a miniature door opening from the bedroom for those who are more agile and adventurous? The room’s a good size for a cottage bathroom and has been sympathetically modernised with bath with shower attachment over and shower curtain, there’s a WC, wash basin and window giving natural light.
A gate on Chapel Street opens into the long cottage garden which is mainly paved with a gravel area where the bistro style table and chairs invites you to enjoy breakfast. There’s no allocated parking for the cottage however there’s unrestricted roadside parking opposite and a public car park a short drive away.
All prices include 100% cotton bed linen, towels, heating and electricity, plus a welcome bottle of wine and biscuits to help you get your break off to a relaxing start.
This period mid-terraced self-catering holiday cottage is equipped with central heating, a wood burner and Wifi. Appliances include a TV with FreeSat, a fridge, three drawer freezer, electric oven and grill, gas hob with four rings and washing machine.
This Suffolk self-catering accommodation is located ln the heart of the historic market town of Woodbridge, a couple of minutes walk from Market Hill will a great selection of pubs, restaurants, cafes and shops, with the busy Thoroughfare also within easy walking distance boasting an excellent range of markets, eateries and both high street and iindependent shops as well as an independent cinema and the famous Tide Mill, a rare example of a tide mill whose water wheel still turns.
Guests can enjoy riverside walks along the Deben, the bird life on the nearby mud flats with ‘Birds by Barge’ trips provided by the RSPB between November and February. Woodbridge is also famous for those who enjoy sailing and is great for cycling and walking.
The town is also conveniently located for exploring the Suffolk Coast and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The picturesque town of Aldeburgh is a short drive away, historic Oford and Framlingham. as is RSPB Minsmere, the fascinating historic burial ground of Sutton Hoo, the Bawdsey Peninsular and Quay with unspoilt small sandy beach.
Bookings made within 15 days of travelling discounted by 10%
Sorry, no dogs, smoking or unaccompanied teenagers.
Once you have filled out the online booking form, you will be given the option to pay by credit or debit card, or by BACs transfer. A 25% deposit is requested at the time of your booking to secure your booking. The balance and a returnable good housekeeping deposit are due six weeks before your holiday commences. Please click here to see our full terms and conditions of booking http://www.bestofsuffolk.co.uk/terms-and-conditions
There is no dishwasher at 24 Angel Lane so bring your Marigolds!
The cottage is typical of a period property and may not be suitable for guests with any mobility difficulties. The step to the front door is very steep, both staircases are steep and the steps turn but there are hand rails. There are a couple of steps between the kitchen and living room and also between the bedroom and bathroom. The door between the bathroom and bedroom is particularly quirky and challenging! Take a look at the photos.