The entrance to this spacious holiday home is off Moot Green, leading to the majority of the accommodation on the ground floor. At the front of the house is the light and airy kitchen with dining table by the double doors in the bay; the master bedroom which also has double doors to the garden and the single with sea views and desk for those needing to do a spot of work! Stairs rise to the double off a half landing and onwards to the gorgeous living room with great views over the beach to the horizon to the east and the boating pond and Moot Hall to the north. The second twin, bathroom and shower room are also off the hall.
Running between the house and Crag Path is a large south facing patio style garden; simply a gorgeous place to relax and enjoy the sea air, surrounded by sea holly and whispering grasses. A table with a couple of benches and two carvers give you a choice of places to sit, with a fire pit to extend the day on a chilly evening. Guests will be able to park on roads close by; directly outside the house is restricted but convenient for a couple of hours or overnight, and there’s unrestricted parking near the White Lion Hotel.
You'll feel instantly at home as you step into the entrance hall which runs through the heart of the house with a step up to double doors, followed by the kitchen door on your left, three stairs to a half landing on your right, then the family bathroom. A second door nicely separates the sleeping area with the single, double, twin, shower and utility rooms opening off the inner hall. All the bedrooms are carpeted with tiles in the bath and shower rooms and a stylish Harvey Maria floor in the kitchen.
Stunning light and exceptionally well-equipped kitchen with light flooding through the double doors which open onto the garden. Units wrap around three walls, housing a waist height Neff double oven, microwave, dishwasher, four ring gas hob, fridge, three drawer freezer and Nespresso machine. The island in the centre is a great place to sit and chat to the chef, with five bar stools.
A sleek white extendable dining table with ten bentwood chairs sits in the bay so you can enjoy the sea breezes whilst you dine.
Natural light comes through a high window into this room which has a bath, washbasin, WC and heated towel rail.
Wake to a view of the sea from this quaint single with a desk under the window (for those who need to do a spot of studying, work or great as a dressing table), shelves stacked with books and magazines, plus drawers and a wardrobe for your belongings.
Sleep to the sounds of the sea in this beautiful bright bedroom which has double doors and steps down to the garden where you can enjoy your morning coffee in the sea air. The king size bed has bedside cabinets and there’s plenty of storage in built-in cupboards with shelves and drawers.
Modern shower room with mosaic tiles, a shower cubicle with rain and hand showers, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail.
Off the inner hall, this room with high window on the Crabbe Street side of the house. is a good size and has twin beds with a large chest of drawers between them and a shelf behind full off reading material; there’s also a wardrobe with bags of hanging space.
Very handy after your morning swim in the sea! Washing machine, dryer and hanging rail.
Sitting off the half landing with window over Crabbe Street, this blue room has a handsome roll top double bed with bedside tables, an old school desk, wardrobe, chest of drawers, chair and blanket box.
Wide carpeted stairs rise from the half landing to another landing where there's a chair inviting you to stop and enjoy the views of the boating pond, Moot Hall, and the shingle beach. Three more stairs take you to the living room.
Soak up some of the best views in Aldeburgh from this double aspect living room with the bay at the front overlooking the garden, beach, and sea; and sash windows to the north looking along the coast to Thorpeness.
This stylish and comfortable room has two generous leather sofas positioned for you to enjoy a roaring fire in the attractive fireplace and/or watch the TV with a glass coffee table in front. A retro desk and chair sit in the corner and bookcases are heaving with novels and reference books.
The south-facing patio style garden running along the front of the house with views of the sea and Moot Hall is simply a gorgeous place to relax and enjoy the sea air, surrounded by sea holly and whispering grasses. A table with a couple of benches and two carvers give you a choice of places to sit, with a fire pit to extend the day on a chilly evening. The garden is divided into two with the upper section used by the neighbouring property.
This holiday home occupies the whole of the ground floor and a section of the first floor of an impressive Edwardian terraced house sandwiched between Crabbe Street and Crag Path, overlooking Moot Green where children can enjoy the simple pleasures of the boating pond. The entrance is through a gate off Warwick Court and a path leads round to the garden, with double doors from both the kitchen and the double bedroom on the ground floor, plus the front door at the side.
Guests will be able to park on roads close by; directly outside the house is restricted but convenient for a couple of hours or overnight, and there’s unrestricted parking near the White Lion Hotel.
Whats Included? 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 self-catering holiday cottage is equipped with central heating and appliances include a TV with FreeSat and Wifi. The kitchen is very well equipped with a waist height Neff double oven, microwave, dishwasher, four ring gas hob, fridge, three drawer freezer and Nespresso machine. There's also a washing machine and dryer in the utility room.
A travel cot and high chair are available from the property owners on request at the time of booking.
This wonderful duplex holiday house is in one of the best locations, close to everything in the vibrant and colourful town of Aldeburgh. Literally on the promenade, adjacent to the boating pond, the historic Moot Hall and fish huts which run along the seafront; also a couple of minutes walk to the town centre with an excellent range of restaurants, pubs, takeaways, independent shops, galleries and an independent cinema.
There is a wonderful walk from the front door, along the coast to Thorpeness, passing the famous Scallop shell sculpture, plus pretty walks around the nearby Aldeburgh Marshes and along Sailors Path to Snape with it’s renowned Aldeburgh Music for those looking for some culture and Snape Maltings for a touch of retail therapy!
For the sporty, there are tennis courts; nine hole and 18 hole golf courses (rated as one of the top 100 in the UK) in Aldeburgh and, for those who enjoy birdwatching, boat trips are available on the River Alde and RSPB Minsmere is close by. There are also tennis courts and a golf course in Thorpeness and plenty of easy cycle routes around the county.
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.
The patio/garden running along the front of the house is split level, with the lower section exclusively for your use, however the upper section, separated by plants, is for the use of guests in the apartment above. Passers-by can look over the wall separating the garden from Crag Path so it's not 100% private but you're sure to feel privileged sitting in such a prime location!
This impressive Edwardian house has a ‘flying freehold’ so there may be an element of noise from above and we ask you to respect your neighbours.
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