“Fabulous house. So stylish and well stocked. Weather was amazing and the garden was well used. Would love to come back”
“Absolutely loved it! House is perfect, garden is wonderful and views everywhere are stunning. You know we will be back.”
“Our second stay and a long one this time. House a pleasure to be in - though we went out a lot to concerts and events, such a pretty garden. Pepper (mini schnauzer) came for a couple of days - and loved the walks. Dry weather helps too.”
Aldeburgh Lodge Gardens has been furnished to an exceptionally high standard with quality sofas, armchairs and beds which combine comfort with great style; designer tables including a striking Noguchi black ash coffee table and an extending dining table with six chairs, with colour introduced in artwork and generous rugs covering the oak flooring. All three bedrooms have brilliant sea views, one with convertible day bed to give flexibility for five guests or simply to be used as a studio or study.
Sitting on an elevated position set back from the coast road between Aldeburgh and Thorpeness, this holiday home has a single garage and 2nd off road space in the car park with a garden path leading through the front lawn to the house. A raised deck wraps around three sides with the spacious north facing garden designed to capture the sun with a with built-in BBQ and decked area furnished for outside dining, or simply relaxing and making the most of the view.
You’re welcomed into a hall with glazed front door and access to the cloakroom, kitchen and living space. There’s a cupboard housing the washing machine, additional space for coats and beach gear and stairs rise to the first-floor landing. Floors, other than the bathroom, are stripped wood, scattered with rugs and all windows have wooden blinds so you can make the most of the view and choose privacy when you wish.
With WC and pedestal wash hand basin.
A stunning triple aspect L-shaped room with floor to ceiling windows giving panoramic views of the beach and sea to the east, the town to the south and Thorpeness and the iconic Scallop shell to the north.
The sitting area has an effective gas log burner to take the chill off during cooler months and patio doors make this a fab space in the summer, leading onto the deck that wraps around the house. An extending dining table and six chairs invite you to enjoy meals in the comfort of your holiday home.
The kitchen is well equipped with a range of units with granite worktops, housing a fan assisted oven with extractor hood and four ring gas hob, a slim line dishwasher and full size retro fridge freezer, plus a free standing microwave.
Open tread wooden stairs rise to the first-floor landing where the two bedrooms, studio and bathroom are.
Literally, wake to the sunrise in this double aspect room with floor to ceiling windows giving breathtaking views of the beach and sea from your hazel wood king size bed. Sit back in the Ercol love seat with your morning coffee and paper. There’s storage in a built-in wardrobe, chest of drawers and bedside table.
Another lovely light room where you can enjoy the views to the north of the famous Scallop through floor to ceiling windows. Furnished with super king zip and link beds so you can choose between twin or double; bedside tables and a comfy chair.
Cleverly furnished with a stylish three seater sofa which can be used to accommodate an additional guest or as an additional room to relax with a book or enjoy the views. There’s also a built-in wardrobe and built-in chest of drawers.
Modern bathroom with slate flooring, contemporary white suite, double ended free standing bath with both rainfall and removable showers over and shower curtain, low-level W.C., vanity sink unit with glass top, heated towel rail and window giving natural light.
An attractive garden path leads up to the house from the communal car park where you have use of a single garage with electric door and an additional allocated parking place. Sitting on an elevated position on the coast road between Aldeburgh and Thorpeness, Aldeburgh Lodge Gardens has a raised deck running around three sides of this semi-detached house so you can follow the sun. Steps lead down to the spacious and fully landscaped north facing garden, designed to get sun for most of the day with a built-in BBQ and decked area furnished for outside dining or simply relaxing and making the most of the view. The garden is beautifully landscaped with lawn, pond and gravel areas planted with grasses and flowers; a fence runs around the property to contain ‘little guests’ and pets!
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 self-catering holiday cottage is equipped with central heating, a modern gas fire and appliances include a Smart TV plus Wifi. The kitchen is well equipped with a range of units with granite worktops, housing a fan assisted oven with extractor hood and four ring gas hob, a slim line dishwasher and full size retro fridge freezer, plus a free standing microwave. ; there’s also a washing machine in the hall cupboard and a fabulous brick BBQ (charcoal required) in the garden.
This Suffolk holiday home is located on the beautiful coast road between Aldeburgh and Thorpeness. There's a gate from the back garden onto a footpath which runs down to the parking, just across the road from the shingle beach and just yards from the heart of the town, where you'll find excellent restaurants, pubs, cafes and a wide range of independent shops, convenience stores, art galleries and huts along the beach where local fishermen sell their wares. For dog owners, this is one of the best spots between 1st May and 30th September as dogs are only allowed on the stretch of beach in front of the house during these months.
The picture-postcard village of Thorpeness and world renowned Snape Maltings are also great places to visit nearby. The area is excellent for cycling, sailing or golf and there are many interesting walks, including Hazelwood Marshes and the Sailors’ Path which starts approximately ten minutes walk from the house and boasts some of the finest lowland marsh and heathland scenery to be found in the British Isles.
A well-behaved dog is welcome downstairs. Please note that only ONE dog is allowed here and please ensure that you respect the neighbours and don't let your dog bark too much or allow it to get out of the garden, which is fenced. If you wish to bring a dog it must be mentioned at the time of booking on the booking form and is subject to our conditions of booking.
Please note that, whilst precautions have been taken to contain children and pets on both the railing on the deck and below the deck, we do recommend supervision, particularly as there’s a small pond. Neighbours also have access through the garden to the path, although it’s rarely used.
Sorry, no 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
All bookings are subject to our terms and conditions which you can read by clicking here.