“A lovely presented cottage, thank you for the gift of wine and biscuits. The area is nice and quiet and we enjoyed visiting the tourist spots. We will recommend the cottage to anyone coming to Suffolk”
“We loved the cottage too! It is very quiet with friendly neighbours. We enjoyed the area visiting, Southwold, Snape and Aldeburgh. Great walks foor our dog in beautiful countryside.”
You're welcomed into the homely open plan living/kitchen/dining room with stairs rising to the first floor landing with a double bedroom, a dressing room and a shower room. Outside there's a graveled garden with a table and chairs for you to sit and relax in the fresh air. There's off road parking and many lovely walks nearby, which you can enjoy with your dog as one well-behaved dog is allowed at Seafarers.
The front door opens into a cosy open plan room with under floor heating and carpeted stairs to first-floor.
A comfy two seater sofa and blanket box (coffee table) are positioned so you can enjoy programmes on the flat screen TV with a Netflix which sit on the bookcase, There's also a stereo with CD player for your entertainment.
The kitchen/dining area has an antique pine table and two chairs and a dresser well stocked with crockery. The fitted kitchen units have an integrated dishwasher, electric hob and oven, a fridge-freezer, a microwave and a Nespresso coffee maker. There is also an integral drinking water filter tap.
Carpeted stairs rise to the landing with access to the bedroom, dressing room (both also carpeted) and bathroom.
A lovely light south facing bedroom overlooking the garden, furnished with a double bed, bedside tables with lamps and a deep cupboard with rail for your clothes and cases.
A convenient multi-purpose room with dressing table with stool and chair with a velux window above, making it ideal for doing your makeup or using as a desk if you need to do a spot of work. There's additional storage in the wardrobe.
The quaint sitting-length bath has a hand shower over and shower screen and there's a WC, wash basin, heated towel rail and natural light from the velux window.
This Suffolk country cottage has a small south facing gravelled garden with a bistro style table and chairs, and an allocated off-road parking space directly outside the gate. Two small/medium dogs (it'll simply be a tight squeeze for big dogs!) are allowed to stay and there are plenty of great walks in the neighbouring countryside.
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 mid-terrace Suffolk country holiday cottage is equipped with under-floor heating downstairs and an electric heater in the bedroom and a heated towel rail in the bathroom. Appliances include a small flat screen TV, DVD player, stereo system with CD player, Ipod docking station, an electric hob and oven, a dishwasher, fridge-freezer, and a microwave. The cottage has tiled flooring downstairs and carpet in the bedroom. WIFI is available.
A travel cot and a high chair are available from the property owners on request at the time of booking.
Seafarers sits in in the pretty village of Fressingfield in the heart of mid Suffolk countryside. The village has a couple of traditional pubs serving good local food, craft beers and wine; The Swan Inn and The Fox and Goose.
This holiday cottage is in an ideal spot for exploring the rolling countryside and picturesque coastline with bustling towns of Southwold and Aldeburgh just 40 mins away; both offering a wide range of eateries, high street and independent shops and wonderful walks along the beach or wild swimming in the sea!
The towns of Harleston is less than ten minutes drive; a vibrant market town filled with historic buildings and an impressive array of independent shops, chemist, delicatessen and several coffee shops. Other great places to visit are the market towns of Halesworth, Diss and Woodbridge, plus historic Framlingham on the hill (voted the best place to live in the country by Country Live magazine!) with fascinating Norman castle.
The surrounding countryside is perfect for long walks or bike rides with many other traditional pubs to break the journey. Those who enjoy messing about on the river can head up to the Norfolk Broads and hire a boat for the day.