A large living room at the front has a wood burner to keep you warm in the winter months and the kitchen/breakfast room at the back is well equipped for dining at home. The layout on the first floor is ideal for families and friends with a bathroom sitting between both the big master bedroom with views down the high street and the twin overlooking the courtyard; with an additional cloakroom off the landing.
The charming L shaped courtyard at the back is an added bonus; a great place to relax, perhaps with fish and chips from the famous Aldeburgh chip shop directly opposite. There’s restricted roadside parking close to the cottage and the large Fort Green car park close by; you can purchase a ticket for the week from the Council.
The front door opens into a hall with the stairs ahead, living room and kitchen/breakfast room to the left and a second door to the courtyard garden. There are hard floors other than the living room and stairs which are carpeted; and internal steps between the hall, living room and kitchen/breakfast room.
This modern double aspect kitchen/breakfast room has a large window overlooking the courtyard and smaller one at the side of the house. Units sit on two sides, housing a double oven, ceramic four ring hob with extractor, dishwasher and a washing machine with a free standing large fridge/freezer with three drawers and microwave. A table and four chairs sit by the window.
A big room sitting at the front of the house with L shaped sofa for you to relax and enjoy playing one of the games provided, watch the flat screen TV or DVD (a player provided and selection of DVDs) and enjoy the warmth from the wood burner. There’s also an armchair and nest of tables.
Carpeted stairs with handrail rise to the first floor split level landing. There’s a cloakroom on the lower level and step up to the twin and master bedrooms, both carpeted; the bathroom sits between .
Lovely light room with one large double glazed window overlooking the high street and another giving a great view towards Slaughden at the far end of town. This room’s furnished with a king size bed, bedside drawers and large mirror; there’s bags of storage in a built in wardrobe with hangers and shelves, plus a chest of drawers.
A bright family bathroom with bath, hand shower on an adjustable post with shower door, wash basin, WC, heated towel rail and window giving natural light. Both the twin and master bedrooms have doors to the bathroom giving them both, effectively, an en suite and there are looks on the bathroom side of both rooms for privacy.
Another good sized bedroom with pretty ornamental fireplace, sitting quietly at the back overlooking the courtyard. Sturdy twin beds sit to either side of a bedside unit with a drawer and there’s a built in wardrobe with drawers and hanging space.
This spacious holiday cottage is in a prominent position in the town, directly opposite the famous Aldeburgh fish and chip shop. The front door opens off the pavement and a side gate leads into the L shaped fully enclosed paved courtyard/garden, a great place for leaving beach gear and/or bikes. The door opens from there into the hallway, with the kitchen conveniently straight ahead, making it easy to serve meals in the sea air with a wrought iron table and chairs 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 spacious self-catering holiday cottage is equipped with central heating and a wood burner; appliances include a TV with FreeSat, Wifi and DVD player. The kitchen is well equipped with a double oven, ceramic four ring hob with extractor, dishwasher and a washing machine with a freestanding large fridge/freezer with three drawers and microwave.
A travel cot and high chair are available from the property owners on request at the time of booking. There’s a stair gate between the kitchen and hall.
This spacious detached holiday cottage sits towards the south end of the High Street in the heart of town, directly opposite the Aldeburgh fish and chip shop, literally a few yards from the pebble beach and close to the Brudenell hotel which has a stunning sea facing terrace where you can lap up the sun in the mornings and a stylish restaurant and lounge with sea views in cooler months. The High Street has so much to offer with a range of independent shops as well as some high street brands and a supermarket; plus great choice of restaurants, pubs, cafes and take-aways.
There are wonderful walks along the coast to Thorpeness, passing the famous Scallop shell sculpture to the north or to the Martello Tower to the south; plus pretty walks around the nearby Aldeburgh Marshes and to Snape, just five miles away, with its renowned concert hall, Aldeburgh Music and the Maltings with a variety of shops including kitchen accessories, homeware, delicatessen, clothing, furniture and antiques.