This period holiday cottage dates back to the mid 19th Century and was originally home to the village schoolmistress. ‘Teacher’s House’ has been tastefully restored and furnished to a high standard and offers light and airy self-catering accommodation. It has a pretty, enclosed garden and country and coastal walks straight from the front door, as well as being a great location for exploring further around the Suffolk Coast.
Guests are welcomed into Teacher’s House via a small hall with space for shoes and coats. The bright and well-equipped kitchen/dining room opens off to the back of the house and the cosy sitting room overlooks the front. Stairs rise to the first floor and a master bedroom with king size bed, a double-bedded room, and a spacious bathroom with both corner shower and inviting roll top bath.
The front garden of this pretty semi-detached holiday cottage is predominately laid to pea shingle with off road parking for three cars. There’s a well-stocked border and flowerbeds with space to sit and enjoy the evening sun. A gate to the side leads you through to the safely enclosed rear garden, which is beautifully laid out with terrace and patio areas furnished for you to relax or BBQ in the fresh air. This garden is part walled and part fenced giving privacy and a feeling of seclusion, while still allowing glimpses of the attractive grounds of the picturesque Old Rectory manor house next door.