A little path takes you through a gate and into the courtyard where you’ll find the stable door opening into the large, light, airy and well-equipped kitchen; a great space to prepare meals at home. You’re sure to enjoy relaxing in the living/dining room beyond, with open fire and generous sofas for cosy evenings. Originally a bookshop, the additional ground floor room can be used as a bedroom with comfy day bed and en suite shower, or simply as a reading room with memories of a bygone era! Both the king and twin rooms on the first floor are tastefully furnished, and you're sure to lay back and unwind in the luxuriously deep slipper bath sitting in the pretty bathroom.
Corner Cottage is in a convenient position for exploring the Suffolk coast and countryside or, simply, chilling and making the most of facilities in Dennington with the occasional duck waddling past! The courtyard is fully enclosed with a high wall, perfectly secure for children and dogs.
There are a couple of steps up to the stable door which opens directly into the spacious kitchen, wrapping round and up a step into the living/dining room. Doors from here open onto the staircase, the reading room with shower room beyond, and a front door (not generally in use). Hard flooring runs throughout (quarry tiles in the kitchen, wood in the living/dining room and tiles in the reading room) with rugs to keep you snug.
A light and airy room with skylights has bags of room and character, particularly in the ornamental fireplace and unusual settle seat. The chef is sure to appreciate the Classic 90 Rangemaster with five-burner gas hob, electric fan oven, gas grill and griddle. All other necessary appliances are housed in the built-in cupboards; under counter fridge, three drawer freezer, dishwasher and washer dryer. There’s also a microwave, Lavazza coffee machine, kettle and four-slice toaster. If you have young children there’s a lovely large area where they can play.
Warm and welcoming, this L shaped room has an extending circular table with six chairs so you can enjoy meals at home. The living area has two comfy sofas positioned so you can make the most of the warmth from the open fire and/or choose your favourite soap on the 39” Smart TV which. A beautifully carved blanket box sits between two carver chairs and the bookcases are well stocked with reading material and games.
Originally a bookshop, this wonderfully bright room is ideal for an extra guest with a full-sized day bed which can be made up for you; or simply as an additional room where you can sit with a good book! There’s a small chest of drawers and some coat hooks. Concertina blinds give privacy from the road and blackout curtains will stop the light bothering you.
Conveniently next to the bedroom so, effectively, an en suite, with large shower cubicle, WC, washbasin and clothes dryer hanging from the ceiling so you can dry any laundry you need to do whilst away. A window gives natural light and there’s a mirrored bathroom cabinet.
A door opens onto carpeted stairs rising to the first floor where doors open to both bedrooms and the bathroom. There’s hard flooring with rugs and hooks at the bottom of the stairs for your coats.
Double aspect with view of the impressive church. You’re sure to sleep well in the wrought iron double bed which sits between retro bedside drawers and a pretty little table. There’s ample space in the built-in wardrobe for hanging your clothes and storing cases.
An attractive fireplace is a key feature in this room where sturdy twin beds sit by the window with a little chest of drawers and rug between them. This wardrobe also has bags of space for unpacking.
Relax and unwind in the luxuriously deep slipper bath with hand shower for hair rinsing! There’s a petite washbasin with its own towel rail, WC and natural light.
There’s a gravel path with some shrubs running around two sides of the cottage and wrought iron fence dividing it from the pavement. A gate takes you into the courtyard with high wall giving you full privacy from passers-by and a safe place for children and dogs.
Whats Included? All prices include 100% cotton bed linen, towels, heating and electricity, plus a welcome bottle locally sourced fruit juice and biscuits to help you get your break off to a relaxing start.
This end of terrace catering holiday cottage is equipped with central heating and there’s a Smart TV Wifi. The kitchen is well equipped with a chic Classic 90 Rangemaster, an under counter fridge, three drawer freezer, dishwasher and washing/dryer. There’s also a microwave, Lavazza coffee machine, kettle and four-slice toaster.
A travel cot and high chair are available from the property owners on request at the time of booking.
This self-catering Suffolk country holiday accommodation is within easy reach of the Suffolk Coast as well as being an ideal location from which to explore east Suffolk's villages and market towns. It is located in Dennington near to Laxfield and Badingham, just off the Suffolk tourist route, around four miles from the market town of Framlingham with its early motte and bailey Norman castle built in 1148.
The village itself is great for guests of all ages. The Dennington Queen, a 16th Century country pub with dining, is just across the road; offering a cosy atmosphere, real ales and home-cooked food. Pop out for brunch at The Neathouse; well known for its friendly staff, fresh food, snacks and coffee. St Mary church is well worth a visit; the exterior is impressive but reveals nothing of the treasures to be found within. For little guests, head to the playground and playing fields where they can let off some energy!
A maximum of two well-behaved dogs are welcome downstairs. 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.
Whilst there is a ground floor bedroom and shower room, making Corner Cottage suited to guests with mobility issues, there is a 30cm lip into the shower, steps to the back door entrance and an internal step.
Corner Cottage sits on the corner of Laxfield Road and A1120 Tourist Route, ideal for exploring Suffolk but there is an element of traffic noise. The small courtyard has a high wall (approx 5ft) and a gate making it secure. The cobbles are a little uneven so you would need to keep an eye on toddlers.
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