“Amazing…apartment is beautiful and a very very high standard. Location is excellent – so convenient for everything and what a view!! Great bathroom – every small detail throughout is perfect. A perfect place to spend Valentines & Anniversary.”
Inside you’ll find a large open plan living area with comfortable seating and plenty of natural light through the large window, a great room to relax in. The kitchen is well appointed with bespoke units and is open to the dining area making the open plan space the perfect room to cook and dine socially. The luxurious bedroom has a king-size bed. The bathroom has a deep sunken bath with shower over the top . Barley Rise is a stunning Southwold holiday let seconds from the sea front with fantastic access to everything Southwold has to offer.
Barley Rise is a raised ground floor apartment with a small flight of five steps leading up to the front door and access to a hallway, with split level internally and doors to the main rooms.
OPEN PLAN LIVING/DINING/KITCHEN:
LIVING AREA: This spacious room has fabulous views over the green at East Cliff and the sea. There’s a huge sofa to snuggle down into with a large glass coffee table in front, a 42” flat screen plasma TV with Freesat channels, a Blu-Ray player and an Ipod docking station. There is a beautiful electric fire with a woodburner feel to it to relax in front of on winter’s nights.
DINING AREA: There’s a large light ash wood table, four leather chairs and a sideboard.
KITCHEN AREA: The modern kitchen has an Encore Bushboard work surface and appliances include a Neff electric oven and induction hob, a dishwasher, a fridge with a freezer compartment, Nespresso machine, a wine fridge and a microwave. A plumbed in Brita Water Filter provides a constant supply of drinking water. (You’ll find a combined washer-dryer machine in the hallway cupboard).
BEDROOM: This room has a king size bed with a Healthbed non-allergenic mattress, mircofibre pillows and duvet. A 22” flat screen TV on the wall with Freeview channels, bedside tables, and a fitted wardrobe with drawers and carpet on the floor.
BATHROOM: The designer bathroom at this lovely property has a sunken bath with a clever shower that you can turn on and off before you get in the shower – it will let you know when the temperature is just right. There’s a striking modern hand basin and a wall hung w.c. with soft closing lid. The floor and the walls are tiled with high quality travertine tiles and the plinth lights provide a lovely soft glow. At the flick of a switch the underfloor heating will make sure bare feet always feel warm.
OUTSIDE: The sandy beach is just moments away, literally just over the green and down some steps to the promenade. The green is a nice spot to sit and read – there’s a public bench looking out to sea. At the bottom of the steps to the right you’ll find Susie’s Beach Cafe, serving pots of tea, freshly ground coffee and delicious bacon rolls, another perfect place to relax in the morning summer sun.
Just around the corner in the other direction is the High St and Market Place with its many shops, Adnams Pubs and restaurants. No distance at all to have to carry home shopping or walk home after an evening out. On road parking is often available in nearby side streets but there is not allocated parking.
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 raised ground floor Southwold holiday let is equipped with gas central heating. Appliances include two flat screen TVs with Freeview channels, Blu-Ray player, WiFi, Ipod docking station, induction hob and electric oven, dishwasher, fridge with freezer compartment, Nespresso machine, Brita water filter, washer-dryer machine and a microwave.
There is dark walnut laminate flooring in the open plan living space and hallway, carpet in the bedroom and travertine tiles in the bathroom.
The sandy beach is adorned with a string of colourful beach huts that lead along to Southwold Pier at one end and towards Southwold Harbour at the other end. Southwold boasts several excellent pubs and restaurants as well as a range of independent shops and galleries.
There is a pretty walk over the Common to the harbour and over a footbridge to the picture-postcard village of Walberswick, home to two good pubs (The Anchor and The Bell) and a long sandy beach. In the summer months you can come back on the ferry which will row you across the river.
Fresh fish can be bought from the fish huts along the harbour. Southwold is home to the Adnams Brewery and the town’s excellent pubs include one of our personal favourites, The Lord Nelson which is just around the corner from the property and where you can try a range of Adnams bitters.