Admiral House is a modern and luxurious family holiday home in the popular coastal village of Walberwick. There's an abundance of space for guests young and less young to relax and enjoy everything the village and beach has to offer with lots of other places to see and explore locally. A fabulous house with parking for at least four cars, large lawns and a garden/chill out room, what more do you need for a long holiday or a short break at any time of the year?
Entrance Hall and Utility
From the sweeping gravel drive, you're welcomed into Admiral House through a solid oak door and into the entrance hall with doors off to twin bedroom one, the family bathroom and the kitchen. You'll find hanging space for coats and storage for shoes and boots and benches to sit whilst you put them on. The utility area has a washing machine, condenser tumble dryer and a sink with draining below a large window that overlooks the drive.
Twin Bedroom One
Located away from the living spaces, this twin bedroom may be the sleeping quarters for those looking for a little quieter time at night. With the family bathroom opposite this twin bedroom could be suited to any less able guests in the group. For storage you have with chest of drawers and clothes hanging facility, there's a bedside lamp and the large window overlooks the garden.
Conveniently situated off the hall/utility space, this family bathroom has a corner shower cubicle with an adjustable height shower head, WC, hand basin and bath with central taps. The Velux window brings in lots of light and the heated towel rail keeps you nice and warm.
With a stable door leading out to the patio and huge window overlooking the garden, this super stylish Bryan Turner bespoke kitchen incorporates granite worktops, a two oven Electric AGA. and island unit with granite worktop. Other appliances include a free-standing Fisher & Paykel fridge and freezer with ice maker and water dispenser, an integrated dishwasher, and a microwave.
The dining space is adaptable for sophisticated dinners, leisurely lunches, and jolly family meals. The exceptionally long dining table easily seats 10 and there's a curved window with a bench overlooking the garden.
The dining space leads to the inner hall with doors to the twin bedroom two, the living room, and stairs to the first floor.
Twin Bedroom Two
The second of the ground floor twin bedrooms with chest of drawers, a central bedside table with lamp, window seat and a door to the en suite shower room, which has a large shower cubicle with sliding door, WC, a hand basin, and heated towel rail.
This triple aspect sociable space has a central decorative fireplace and plenty of seating on two three-seater leather sofas and armchairs. There's a built-in bookcase stacked with novels, cookery books and games and through the huge windows you have good views over the garden. For your entertainment, you'll find a large flat screen TV with Freeview and an iPod docking station.
Carpeted stairs with a handrail lead up and round to the first-floor landing with wooden bannisters.
Super King Bedroom One
A bright double aspect bedroom with views of the garden. Guests can enjoy the super king bed with bedside tables and lamps, clothes hanging facility and a sturdy chest of drawers. A door leads into the en-suite shower room with shower cubicle, WC and a hand basin.
Super King Bedroom Two
Another very big bedroom with super king-sized bed and large window. For your clothes you have a large wardrobe and drawers are provided in an antique desk. Beside the bed are tables with lamps and a door leads to the en-suite bathroom with shower cubicle, WC and a hand basin.
First Floor Twin
Wooden standard size twin beds make this room perfect for adults or children. With storage for clothes in drawers and hanging facility, there's plenty of space to read, play and relax. A door opens to the en-suite shower room which has a shower cubicle, WC and hand basin.
The original garage at the house has been converted into a children's / garden chill-out room with soft rattan furniture, dart board and other games. Double patio doors open wide to let in the sun.
From the road, the driveway inclines alongside the house and sweeps round to the back where you'll find parking for at least four cars. The driveway is tarmac and shingle with a York stone paved terrace from the front door and the terrace. There is also a separate paved pedestrian entrance to the property.
Admiral House has a large garden mainly laid to lawn with shrubberies. The garden is enclosed with a variety of fencing and hedging but is not 'secure' for dogs and children so please keep an eye on them. The owner is making some improvements to the garden and new photos will follow soon.
A BBQ is provided for use by guests but charcoal is not provided.
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 lovely detached self-catering holiday home is equipped with central heating and appliances include a flat screen TV and ipod docking station. The kitchen is well equipped with a Two Oven Electric AGA and island unit with granite worktop. Other appliances include a free standing Fisher & Pykel fridge and freezer with ice maker and water dispenser, an integrated dishwasher and a microwave. There's a washing machine and condensing tuble dryer in the utility.
A travel cot and high chair are available from the property owners on request at the time of booking.
Walberswick is a hidden gem in Suffolk. Until the early 20th century the village was a trading port, but today it is one of Suffolk’s top tourist attractions with picture postcard village green with tea rooms, restaurants and two public houses (The Anchor and The Bell), art gallery, original crafts and gift shops. The village is famous for its annual crabbing competition and guests will enjoy the stunning sandy beach and marshland.
Admiral House is located just minutes from the harbour and a pretty walk over the Bailey a footbridge to the popular town of Southwold which boasts several excellent pubs and restaurants as well as a range of independent shops and galleries. The town’s sandy beach is adorned with a string of colourful beach huts that lead along to the Pier.
Guests can walk along the tow path to the Harbour Inn, enjoying the view of the fishing boats and yachts along the way or, during the summer, be rowed across the estuary in the ferry boat . Fresh fish, purchased from the iconic black Walberswick fishermen’s huts are a must!
If you're looking for adventure further afield then Pleasurewood Hills, a very popular theme park with over 35 rides, is not too far away in Lowestoft. With rides for little children, families and thrill rides for the adrenaline junkies, Pleasurewood Hills promises an action packed outing for everyone.
Another excing day out is Africa Alive. Set in 100 acres of stunning Suffolk countryside, Africa Alive has five species of African savannah animals including giraffes and lions. The park is also home to some rather amazing primates including bushbabies and the rare golden-bellied mangabeys. There are great indoor and outdoor adventure play areas as well as restaurants, free parking and a gift shop.
If you are visiting between November - February a trip to Horsey Beach is a must. Here you can witness breathtaking views of the hundreds of grey seals.