The light and airy kitchen/dining room at Broadside Cottage is ideal for indoor/outdoor living with a wall of folding doors opening onto the deck, whilst the living room at the front has a beautiful open fire to keep you cosy in cooler months. Both bedrooms are a good size with the luxury modern bathroom well positioned for all guests.
Outdoor space is a key feature here. A front garden separates the cottage from the road with path leading down the side to the big deck, furnished with table and chairs for dining al fresco, sitting above the landscaped garden. A beautiful south facing patio sits at the bottom of the garden with casual seating. Parking is not restricted on Hotson Road and you can usually find a spot close to the house.
You’re welcomed into an L shaped entrance hall with coat hooks and space for footwear. Doors open to the living room, both bedrooms and the lovely modern bathroom.
A large room with light streaming in through the south facing window and handsome fireplace housing an open fire; furnished with a generous leather sofa and enormous comfy armchair, occasional tables, book case stacked with novels, reference books, CDs and DVDs for you to enjoy. Equipment includes a Smart TV with FreeSat and DVD player.
Sliding doors along one wall opening onto the deck and overlooking the garden make this the perfect place to enjoy indoor/outdoor living. The modern kitchen is equipped with an electric oven, four ring gas hob with extractor, dishwasher, washer/dryer, integrated fridge with separate freezer and free standing microwave. The extendable dining table and six chairs sits next to the sliding doors where part of the ceiling is double height with high level windows, making it particularly light and airy.
Sitting quietly at the back of the house with view of the garden; furnished with a king size bed with bedside cabinets and ample storage in the chest of drawers and wardrobe.
Beautifully tiled throughout and exceptionally light with two windows and well positioned for guests in either bedroom or the reception rooms. This spacious room has a wash basin, WC, heated towel rail and bath with an adjustable shower head on a riser rail.
A sunny south facing bedroom with attractive ornamental fireplace, picture rails, sturdy twin beds, bedside cabinets and a tall boy. Shelves are stacked with games and jigsaws to keep guests of all ages entertained!
The garden is a key feature here. A front garden separates the cottage from the road with a picket fence and gate with path leading down the side to the big deck, furnished with table and chairs for dining al fresco, which has easy access to the kitchen plus a BBQ for casual entertaining! There are eight steps down to the landscaped garden (little guests need to be supervised) with beautiful ornamental grasses, shrubs and flowers, it’s shielded from the neighbours by a hedge and fence giving a reasonable amount of privacy. A gravel path winds through the lawn to the sunny south facing patio sits at the bottom of the garden with casual seating.
Whilst there’s no allocated parking, parking is not restricted on Hotson Road and you can usually find a spot close to the house.
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 detached self-catering holiday cottage is equipped with an electric oven, four ring gas hob with extractor, dishwasher, washer/dryer, integrated fridge with separate freezer, free standing microwave, Weber BBQ, a Smart TV with FreeSat, DVD player, iPod docking station and Wifi.
A travel cot and high chair are available from the property owners on request at the time of booking.
This historic single storey house is in an excellent location just yards from the award-winning Southwold Pier with entertainment for all the family – amusements, cafes, fish and chips, shops and a restaurant, plus the expanse of sandy beach with its string of colourful beach huts.
The bustling high street is also just a short walk from the cottage with an excellent choice of restaurants, cafes, galleries and independent shops, including bakeries, delicatessens, butchers and convenience stores. Home to Adnams Brewery, the town boasts many great pubs, including The Lord Nelson where you can try a range of Adnams bitters.Adnams Brewery, the town boasts many great pubs, including The Lord Nelson where you can try a range of Adnams bitters.
The Suffolk Coast is a well-known area for walking, cycling and sailing. There's a pretty walk through Southwold 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, fresh fish can be bought from the fish huts along the harbour. Dunwich, Minsmere Nature Reserve, Dunwich, Minsmere Nature Reserve, Aldeburgh and Framlingham are just a few of the many great places to explore within easy reach.
This cottage is on one level so ideal for guests with a mobility issue, however the bathroom has a bath with shower over and the doors are standard width so may not be suited to a wheelchair. Outside there’s a decked path down the side of the house to the north facing wide deck with plenty of space and outdoor table and chairs to relax and enjoy the garden beneath; two of the three door panels slide back to give ample access to the dining area. There are eight steps down to the garden.
A well-behaved dog is welcome. 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.
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