Situated at the end of a private no-through lane, with a unique and hard to come by and peaceful location, The Property offers a seaside escape like no other.
Just 700 yards from the famous pebble beach of Aldeburgh, The Property has easy access to the seafront via short stroll. It will only take you 5 minutes to reach the beach, so you won’t even need to pack a picnic, if you don’t want to! The bustling and charming high street of Aldeburgh is just a 15-minute stroll away (where you can get those all-important fish ‘n’ chips), whilst two supermarkets are just a 2-minute drive away.
The Property has been completely rebuilt into a stunning, modern holiday home which can sleep up to 10 guests in 5 luxurious bedrooms. This impressive, self-catering holiday home has been beautifully furnished to create a truly spacious and stylish property ideal for bringing your whole family or group of friends together. At the heart of the home is a super sociable space; one of the many very special features of this house. A large open plan space unites the kitchen, sitting and dining room to create the perfect space for families and friends to come together. All ages are sure to love it here!
With some ground floor bedrooms and facilities, The Property offer a unique escape to the Suffolk Coast. There is a sloped entrance to the front door to allow for wheelchair access and the ground floor is all on one level. There is also ample parking for up to 4 cars. The generous garden is perfectly private and offers a great space for guests to relax in.
So, whether it is a special occasion, a get together with friends or a multigenerational family getaway, The Property truly does tick so many boxes for your next Suffolk escape!
Beach: 700 yards Shop: 0.4 miles
What we love about this property? There is almost too much to mention… the quiet location, the short walk to the beach, and the private garden which overlooks fields! For a holiday to remember, The Property will have you sorted.
Open Plan Kitchen/Sitting/Dining Room: Kitchen: Well-equipped including range style gas cooker, dishwasher, ample storage space, American style fridge/freezer. Dining Area: Large table with seating for 10 guests. Sitting Area: Ample seating, large 58” Smart TV.
Utility Room: washing machine .
Cloakroom: with WC (this cloakroom is usefully accessible to the garden)
Bedroom 1: Double bed, bedside tables, wardrobe, chest of drawers
Bedroom 2: zip and link 2’6” beds smaller singles suited to children only (can be made up as twin room or king size bed – please let us know your requirement at time of booking) bedside tables, TV, and built-in wardrobes
Bedroom 3: Double bed, bedside tables, chest of drawers
Bathroom: Roll top bath with handheld shower attachment, basin and WC
Bedroom 4: Large room with beautiful views across the marshes. Juliette balcony with safety glass, King size bed, bedside tables. Ample storage. Two comfortable chairs to enjoy the countryside view. Built in storage/wardrobe space. Ensuite: wet room with shower, WC and basin.
Bedroom 5: Large room with King size bed, bedside tables. Two comfortable chairs. Built-in storage/wardrobe space Ensuite: wet room with shower, WC and basin
Outside: Large, private garden which overlooks fields. The garden is mainly lawned with outside dining area equipped with garden dining table and seating for 10 guests.
Heating: Gas central heating
Parking: off road, private parking with space for up to 4 cars
Other: bed linen, towels and wi-fi provided. Please bring your own beach towels.
Aldeburgh and the surrounding area has inspired many authors and poets in the past but the most famous son of the town is Benjamin Britten, who founded the Aldeburgh Music Festival, which now has worldwide acclaim and is held every year in June at Snape Maltings. Fishermen still pull their colourful boats up on the shingle beach and sell fresh fish from the picturesque huts. The wide, mainly Georgian high street has many attractive buildings whilst the seafront properties all have commanding views of the beach and the North Sea. Boating is popular on the nearby Alde estuary where a large variety of yachts can be seen at summer weekends. Just three miles away from this location is the magical Suffolk coastal village of Thorpeness. Thorpeness was created in the 1920s by Glencairn Stuart Ogilvie, an architect, barrister and playwright. Amenities in Thorpeness itself include the Dolphin Inn pub; The Kitchen Cafe; Thorpeness Hotel and Country Club with tennis courts; a superb 18-hole golf course, extensive sports field and the Meare - a large shallow boating lake with tearooms nearby. There are miles of mainly sandy beaches to explore, as well as a myriad of gorgeous footpaths through forests, fields and across the heath.