Built in 2017 this spacious modern holiday home, with big garden and parking, offers excellent accommodation for a holiday or short break within walking distance of an excellent pub and just a short drive to picturesque SouthwoldMeadowsweet is in the village of Blythburgh, within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just inland from Southwold on the Heritage Coast of north-east Suffolk. This self-catering holiday home is within walking distance of the White Hart Inn, an 18th century pub with warm and welcoming atmosphere, serving good food and local beers either in the extensive beer garden overlooking the estuary or by the fire. There’s also a village shop stocked with newspapers, sandwiches, cakes, local crafts and foods which also offers home deliveries.
Blythburgh is in an excellent location for the many attractions of the East Suffolk Heritage Coast, which include coastal and rural walks and cycling routes and, for bird watchers there is the renowned RSPB sanctuary at Minsmere, within easy driving distance.
Within five miles is the renowned coastal town of Southwold, famous for its iconic pier, Georgian and Victorian architecture, individual shops and traditional pubs. The picturesque coastal village of Walberswick is also worth a visit with long stretches of sandy beaches, village green with gift shops and tea rooms and a couple of great pubs serving excellent food and local beers.
Both the big well-equipped kitchen and the large living room, opening off the welcoming hallway, have double doors to the garden. There’s also a utility room, study with day bed for extra guests, and a cloakroom on the ground floor. All bedrooms on the first floor are a good size, the master with king size bed has an en suite shower room and there’s a lovely family bathroom.
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle on a small estate, Meadowsweet has a ample off road parking for four cars and a big garden, mostly laid to lawn with a wide patio furnished with two sets of outdoor furniture so you can relax in the sun whilst the kids run around.