3+ Bedroom Cottage in beautiful Southwold, Suffolk, 1 row back from beach

3+ Bedroom Cottage in beautiful Southwold, Suffolk, 1 row back from beach


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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 9
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

This delightful 3 bedroomed terraced holiday house is situated in the heart of Southwold just off the high street and one row back from the beach. The house has 2 double bedrooms, another bedroom with 2 singles, a small bolt hole room which has a further single bed for a child and a sofa bed down stairs. A bathroom and shower as well as a sink in each of the three bedrooms. This is a second home so very flexible on return swaps.

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Who we are

  1. We are a family of 5 - James, Sally, Ben (9), Robert, and Jessica - farmers from Bedfordshire, love to travel, this is our second home.

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Southwold - tourist website - http://www.visit-sunrisecoast.co.uk
Nestled alongside the beautiful Suffolk Coastline, sitting on the side of the Blyth Estuary, lies the beautiful town of Southwold.
Southwold is the quintessential seaside resort with it’s simplicity in character and traditional nature creating the perfect haven from the demands of modern society.
The award-winning beach runs alongside rows of the famous Southwold beach huts, gleaming in the sunshine in their vibrant colours. The award winning Southwold Pier houses gift shops, café’s, restaurants and the bizarre ‘Under the Pier Show’.
The town is steeped in maritime history with the Southwold Museum and Sailor’s Reading Room providing an insight into the towns past. Maritime success relied upon the beacon from the Lighthouse, built in 1890 and standing an impressive 101 feet above the town.
Southwold’s High Street is the perfect location for some retail therapy with an eclectic mix of independent retailers alongside plenty of cafes and restaurants that serve quality, locally sourced food, exquisitely cooked and washed down with a pint of local ale from the world famous Adnams Brewery, which is brewed in the town.
Take in the sights of the harbour and walk along the banks of the River Blyth, where you will find the bridge or foot ferry that will take you across the estuary to Walberswick. Go crabbing in Walberswick.
Fantastic fish and chips at the harbour or fish and chip shop in Southwold
Visit Southwold Pier for amusements, shops and cafes.
Southwold Boating lake provides a fun day out for any visitor, whether you wish to take to the water in a small boat, walk around the lake and admire the local wildlife or simply sit back enjoy a traditional afternoon tea in the tea room.
The Electric Picture Palace is a cinema like no other, with 64 seats, and a rising "Tiny Wurlitzer"

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