This stylish and exceptionally contemporary property offers everything you could want from a holiday home based in Southwold. Being a short walk to the beach and pier, The Property offers spacious accommodation throughout including a modern fully fitted kitchen/dining room, well-proportioned living room, both fitted with smart televisions, five bedrooms and three bathrooms, games room and private garden, making this an ideal place to spend time with your family or equally perfect for groups of friends looking to celebrate a special occasion. The property is located a short walk to the town centre which offers an array of local amenities including shops, cafes and pubs. Pub: 0.2 miles Shop: 0.2 miles Beach: 0.2 miles
This property also has two day beds and can therefore sleep 2 additional guests (12 in total). Please let us know at time of booking if the day beds are required for your stay.
Why we love this property: A superb, newly constructed modern townhouse located a short walk to the beach and pier with spacious accommodation throughout. Ideal for large groups.
Sitting Room: Comfortable seating, smart TV, DVD player
Kitchen/Dining Room: Fully fitted units with double electric oven, gas hob, fridge freezer, dishwasher, microwave and wine fridge. Dining table and chairs.
Cloakroom: Wash basin and WC.
Bedroom 1: Twin bedroom, bedside table, wardrobe, garden views
Bedroom 2: Bunk bed (bottom bunk 4x6ft), wardrobe
Bedroom 3: A beautifully spacious room with king size bed, large windows, day bed to sleep 1 additional guest (if the day bed is required, please let us know at time of booking) En-Suite Shower Room: Shower unit, heated towel rail, washbasin and WC.
Family Bathroom: Bath, separate walk-in shower unit, wash basin, heated towel rail and WC.
Bedroom 4: King bed, vaulted ceiling with glass with views of the sea, day bed to sleep 1 additional guest (if the day bed is required, please let us know at time of booking)
Bedroom 5: Twin bedroom, vaulted ceiling with garden views
Shower Room: Walk in shower, heated towel rail, wash basin and WC.
Outside: Patio and garden area, gas barbeque, summer house housing games area, pool table, smart tv with games console.
Parking: private driveway parking for 2 cars
Garage: Utility area housing washer/dryer, ping pong table for indoor or outdoor use.
Heating: Gas fired central heating
Notes: Wi-Fi, bed linen and towels provided.
Southwold is a quintessentially British seaside town located on the stunning Suffolk coastline; famous for its iconic beach huts, towering lighthouse and Adnams brewery. The town is surrounded by water making it almost an island, with one road in and out; it is joined to Walberswick only by an old railway bridge, suitable for walkers and cyclists, which adds to the charm of this historic fishing town. There is a thriving community which keeps the town running; there are markets, craft fairs, street fairs and carnivals held throughout the year, celebrating both the history of the town and the local spirit. The 1600s were a historic era for Southwold; in 1634 the butchers, which still trades today, first opened its doors; in 1659 was the great fire of Southwold which saw much of the town burn to the ground and is the reason the town has its famous ‘Greens’; and 1672 saw the Battle of Solebay, in which both the English and Dutch claimed victory and is celebrated through local anniversary ales and spirits. With dog friendly pubs, footpaths to neighbouring villages, sandy beach, fish and chip shops, three convenience stores, fresh fish from the harbour, crazy golf, an array of restaurants, a brewery and a distillery, you will have plenty to enjoy when you visit this exciting and famous seaside town; just watch out for the seagulls pinching your chips!
Southwold Pier Area - It is often said that nothing changes in Southwold. However, the much-acclaimed pier was rebuilt in 2001 and was the first to be constructed in England in over fifty years. It now fits in well with the painted beach huts, promenade and colourful flowerbeds. There is a shop, cafes and an alternative amusement arcade there. The selection of properties' hereabouts makes it an ideal location to stay in Southwold if you require quiet accommodation that is also close to the beach, town centre and the many footpaths across the marshes leading you to the less explored areas of the town.