This architecturally stunning and spacious self-catering holiday house is close to the tip of Shotley Peninsula, an awe-inspiring location between the River Orwell and the River Stour – an ideal destination for those who enjoy whiling away the time watching birds, wildlife, cargo ships and sailing boats.
This iconic holiday home is sympathetic to its context and reflects current concerns of sustainability. Primarily single storey, it’s wonderfully configured with the three large bedrooms and bathrooms at the back of the house, allowing the roomy open plan living space to enjoy views of fields and the river through a wall of windows and doors opening onto the deck and garden. The lookout, on the first floor, has exceptional views of the River Orwell and Harwich Harbour and is a great place to relax with a book, watch the TV or enjoy the surrounding wildlife, sailing boats and cargo ships.
Upper Lodge is located on a quiet rural lane and has off road parking at the side for three cars. The informal garden, with ample space to kick a ball, wraps around three sides of the house with a long deck at the front for relaxing in the sun and a shed where bikes or sailing gear can be stored.