Steps rise to the front door opening into a hall with the sunny living room to the right where you can enjoy sea views that will not disappoint beyond parklands and the historic Martello Tower over the water to the famous principality of Sealand some six miles away, watch a flotilla of yachts from the many local clubs, view the historic Hook of Holland ferry heading for Harwich haven or wonder at the enormous container ships from China and SE Asia heading for port. There’s a cloakroom and well-equipped kitchen at the back of the house where doors open to a raised balcony with table, bench, chairs and BBQ. Accommodation’s spread over three floors with a twin at the front with sea views, king-size at the back and family bathroom and, occupying the whole of the top floor with uninterrupted sea views and roof terrace, a large master bedroom with en-suite shower room.
Martello Dawn is located off a quiet road leading to the Languard Peninsular. The large raised decking-balcony adjacent to the kitchen is ideal for al fresco dining while watching a glorious sunset. The rear garden is mostly laid to lawn and has a path and gate conveniently giving access to the courtyard car park where there are two allocated spaces.
Steps rise from the pavement up to the front door which opens into the hall with hooks and a shoe rack, stairs leading to the first floor and a door opening to the living room
While away the time sitting in the bay window overlooking the parkland with the Martello Tower to the side and sea beyond. The room’s comfortably furnished with sofas, chairs, coffee tables plus a broadband connected smart-TV and Blueray-DVD player provided for your entertainment and an electric fire to take the chill off the cooler months.
A modern and well-equipped west-facing room with chic table and chairs for meals and glossy units along two sides concealing the dishwasher, electric oven at waist height, ceramic hob with extractor, large fridge and three drawer freezer beneath. There’s a utility area with washer/dryer opposite the cloakroom door. French doors open onto the balcony and rear garden giving easy access for dining outside and there’s a table with a couple of chairs and bench for meals inside.
Two-piece suite comprising of low-level WC and pedestal wash hand basin.
Wide carpeted stairs rise from the hall to the large first-floor landing where a chair invites you to relax with a book. There's ample hanging space in a wardrobe for guests staying in the twin and king and the family bathroom is also on this floor.
This bright bedroom has a Juliet balcony and wonderful sea views. The room’s furnished with twin beds, bedside tables, and a chest of drawers.
At the back of the house with a window overlooking the garden and houses beyond, this good-sized bedroom has a king-size bed with bedside tables and a chest of drawers.
A modern bathroom with three piece suite comprising of low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, enclosed bath, obscure double glazed window, and heated towel rail.
Top Floor Accommodation
Carpeted stairs rise from the large first-floor landing to a small landing at the top of Martello Dawn where there’s a door to the master bedroom.
Wake to the sunrise over the sea with uninterrupted views and roof terrace furnished with a bistro-style table and chairs, making this an idyllic spot to relax with your morning coffee. This large sunny room has a super king-size bed, bedside cabinets, dressing table with stool and small TV, a chest of drawers, and two simply enormous wardrobes.
En-Suite Shower Room
A modern three piece suite comprising of shower cubicle, WC, and pedestal wash hand basin. Obscure double glazed window to the side
This beautiful end of terrace townhouse is located just a stone's throw away from the sea with views that will not disappoint. There’s a quiet road in front of the house with parkland and the historic Martello Tower between the house and the sea, ideal for long leisurely walks along the beach to Landguard Point Nature Reserve and the historic fort. Steps rise up to the front door from the pavement.
There’s a car park at the back of the terrace with two allocated parking spaces and a gate giving access to the rear garden, laid to lawn, with wooden steps rising to the balcony and doors opening to the kitchen. There’s also a roof terrace off the master bedroom with bistro-style table and chairs and fantastic views, as well as a Juliet balcony off the twin bedroom.
Martello Park is situated on the fringe of Felixstowe and is a short drive to the main town and would make an ideal retirement / second home or relaxing place to bring up a family.
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 modern end of terrace self-catering holiday cottage is equipped with central heating and appliances include a TV, Wifi and iPod docking station. The kitchen is well equipped with a fridge, three drawer freezer, electric oven at waist height, ceramic hob with extractor, washer/dryer, dishwasher and microwave. A BBQ’s provided for summer months.
A travel cot, high chair and stair gate are available from the property owners on request at the time of booking.
There’s plenty to do during your stay at Martello Dawn both in the immediate vicinity or further afield with the popular Suffolk Coastal towns of Aldeburgh, Woodbridge and Southwold a short drive away, as is Constable Country
Martello Park, where the house is located, is situated on the southern fringe of Felixstowe which itself is at the warmest end of Suffolk's Sunrise Coast. It is in easy walking distance of the delightful foot ferry across the River Orwell stopping at Shotley Point and then across the River Stour to Harwich Pier on the Essex side used by sailors and fishermen for decades. There’s a grassy park on the doorstep with wildlife areas, walking and cycling routes, playground, water play area (operational in warm weather), picnic area and two kiosks offering delicious home made cakes, traditional seaside fayre, ice creams and a range of refreshments.
Felixstowe itself has lots to offer with a range of shops from Adnams - the famous local brewer and distiller - through to the iconic Marks & Spencer's, plus a good selection of independent restaurants, many with sea views. Felixstowe is unique among Suffolk seaside resorts, having both a rail station and motorway standard road connections to London, the Midlands and the North. Visit the Martello Tower opposite the house; the Pier and amusements; Edwardian gardens, Palace Cinema, Languard Fort, bird watching at the nature reserve and observatory, catch a ferry to Bawdsey or visit the town centre where you’ll find a variety of eateries and shops. This website will help you to plan your visit. http://www.visitfelixstowe.co.uk/
Felixstowe is also very accessible due to a mainline railway line, with regular trains to Ipswich for London, Cambridge, Peterborough and Norwich and fast dual carriageway access.