"Thank you for letting us stay in this fantastic house. 2 adults and 5 teenagers and we have all had the best time. Perfect position to visit everywhere. We will be back."
"Thank you for another lovely girls weekend in your beautiful cottage! We love it here! We’ve had a lot of fun, been very comfortable and explored some of the countryside. We look forward to staying again."
"This is our third Suffolk holiday and the cottage has been a wonderful base to explore Framlingham, geo-caching at Dunwich Heath, Walberswick, Southwold, Aldeburgh and Snape Malting. Recommend the SeaSpice restaurant in Aldebugrh for special birthday celebrations. Halesworth is a little gem! Children have enjoyed walking down to the butchers for sausages, the bakers for rolls and the grocers for fresh fruit smoothies. The cottage has everything and we have had a fabulous week. Look forward to returning."
Enter an open plan reception room which consists of a modern kitchen, a dining area and living area with comfy sofas arranged in front of the wood burner. Two bedrooms are located on the fourth floor and two on the third where there’s also a large landing and the luxury bathroom. On the lower ground floor is a great games room with snooker table, large flat screen TV and separate utility room as well as a large shower room.
Fascinating woodwork abounds at Timberwheel Cottage. When the property was renovated these were discovered and are believed to date back a watermill in the 1370’s with four sections pieced together to create a wheel – the numbers can still be seen engraved into the wood.
There’s parking for two cars in front of this semi-detached cottage. A door opens from the kitchen to a sunny deck, furnished with a table and chairs, where you can enjoy meals in warmer months. An outdoor staircase descends to the garden below where there’s a patio with BBQ and door opening out from the games room.
Enter a lovely double aspect open plan reception room with dining area with oak table and chairs leading to the modern kitchen with the cosy living room at the other side, furnished with comfy leather sofas and chairs, positioned around the wood burner.
Attractive kitchen units with corian work surfaces house a Zanussi oven at waist level; separate built in combination microwave, oven and grill; ceramic hob; Neff fridge/freezer; there’s also a juicer and De Longhi espresso/filter coffee machine. A half glazed door opens to the outside deck, ideal for al fresco dining; pin lit stairs go down to the games room with another open tread staircase rising to the first floor.
Equipment includes a TV and DVD player, Sony music system with auxiliary cable for iPhones. There’s a cabinet with books, DVDs and board games for you to enjoy. The dining table extends to seat twelve guests with six chairs positioned around it and an additional six located in bedrooms which you can add if you’re entertaining.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR:
Stairs from the sitting room lead down to the:-
Great for kids of all ages with snooker table, futon, flat-screen TV and X Box; the ceiling has an abundance of exposed ceiling timbers and there’s a fitted carpet.
A feature round window overlooks the garden which a door, through a small porch, gives access to; there’s also an opening to the utility room with shower room beyond.
With washing machine and two sinks as well as the linen and boiler cupboards.
This modern shower room has a double walk-in shower tray, washbasin, heated towel rail and window looking out to the garden.
Open tread stairs with attractive wrought iron balustrade rise from the dining area on the ground floor to a carpeted landing with window to the front; the ideal spot to relax with a book with two bucket chairs and a little coffee table.
Full of period features with the exposed floorboards, wall timbers and lovely original ornamental fireplace; there’s a double bed, bedside shelves with lamps, two chairs, built-in wardrobe and window to the front of the cottage.
A lovely large carpeted room with window to the garden. The zip and link super king bed gives the option of twin or super-king configuration with bedside drawers and lamps, large built-in wardrobe/cupboard. The ceiling beam, as well as exposed wall timbers, are attractive features.
Overlooking the garden, this is a luxurious bathroom with bath, large walk-in rain shower, washbasin, WC, heated towel rail and fabulous back lit mirror.
Wooden open tread stairs from the first-floor landing lead to the second floor, carpeted throughout:-
The open tread stairs rise from the first floor directly into this characterful room. An original beam runs across which guests need to duck beneath to access the zip and link beds which give the option of a super king or twin beds. There’s a lovely circular draw unit beneath the central window.
With dormer window overlooking the garden, this is a light room with an abundance of exposed beams in the sloping ceiling; built-in wardrobe cupboard and furnished with a double bed, bedside cabinets and ornate free-standing mirror.
There are two separate seating areas to the rear of the property – The wooden deck accessed from the kitchen with table and chairs at tree level, making it a great place for breakfast or al fresco dining. A wooden staircase descends from here to the patio where a BBQ is provided for you and there’s a garden for the kids to enjoy. Off-road parking for two cars is available on the gravel directly in front of Timberwheel Cottage.
Whats Included? All prices include 100% cotton bed linen, towels, heating and electricity, plus a welcome bottle of prosecco and chocoloates to help you get your break off to a relaxing start.
This contemporary terraced self-catering holiday cottage is equipped with gas central heating and appliances include a TV with FreeSat HD+, DVD/CD player, DAV/Internet/FM radio and ipod docking station. The kitchen is well equipped with Neff fridge and separate freezer, electric oven and grill, ceramic hob with four rings, washing machine, dishwasher and a built in microwave at eye level.
A travel cot, high chair and stair gate are available from the property owners on request at the time of booking.
Halesworth is a bustling market town in north east Suffolk, with a pedestrianised Thoroughfare leading to the Market Place where you’ll find great cafes, restaurants, pubs and take-aways, plus a good range of shops, many independently owned, selling everyday items plus local meats, food and produce including organic, clothing, gifts, antiques etc. The town is renowned for 'The Cut' Arts Centre – a performing arts centre in a converted Maltings offering a wonderful mix of arts, music, theatre, comedy, cinema, workshops and Art Exhibitions. There’s a two week Arts Festival in the autumn and a cafeteria and licensed bar, with food available an hour before most evening events.
Halesworth Golf Course is minutes away, set in 190 acres of stunning undulating countryside with an 18 hold championship golf course; 9 hole pay and play course; undercover floodlit driving range; golf shop and clubhouse lounge area with restaurant and bar.
Timberwheel Cottage is about ten miles away is the Suffolk Heritage Coast; a lovely area to visit at any time of year, popular with walkers, bird-watchers and cyclists; renowned for its big open skies and mild and dry climate with seaside towns of Southwold, Aldeburgh, Orford and Walberswick to enjoy.
This semi-detached holiday cottage is full of period features with low beams so please watch your heads. The stair cases are wooden and open tread, not ideal for guests with a mobility issue.
Sorry, no pets, 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 here