Holiday home Suffolk coast near Southwold and the Norfolk Broads
Sleeps up to 4. One bedroom deluxe chalet open all year round. Lazy hazy days of summer relaxing in large garden overlooking the sea or a cosy winter retreat. Central heating, electric cooker, walk in shower, TV, DVD and video player, kitchen, bedroom and seating all on ground floor. Bed linen and hand towels included. Well behaved dogs are welcome. Sorry no smoking permitted.
About the Owner
Guestbook comments from the owner
‘This really is a place for all seasons. A fantastic retreat.’ J McKenna.
‘Thank you for a lovely couple of days in your gem of a Beach House, we'd love to come again.’ Eddie and Linda.
‘Outstanding accommodation in delightful surroundings. A great place to bring in the New Year.’ Liam and Ann Christie.
‘We loved being able to walk straight onto the beach.’ Tony, Julia and Oliver.
‘We have had a lovely week in the Little Beach House. We really like the loft gallery. Too many places to visit and so little time.’ Mary and Tom.
‘A beautifully decorated holiday home conducive to the peacefully relaxing ambience. As a teacher-the lack of children around was especially relaxing! We walked into Southwold one day and Lowestoft another, we just really enjoyed sitting in the balcony looking out to sea reading books and magazines. We certainly hope to come again to refresh our minds, bodies and souls.’ Wendy and Brian Tyas.
Myself, mother and daughter spent a lovely long weeke
Activity and Interests
Lowestoft beach has been awarded the Blue Flag status. Large expanse of dunes, sand and pebbles. Visiting seals can sometimes be seen close to the shore. Ideal for kite flying. Kessingland is on the tip of East Anglia's heritage coastline between Lowestoft and Southwold. Near to the Norfolk Broads, a natural wildlife area.
A car is recommended. Limited public transport.
Both Norwich airport and Port of Harwich are 1hr by car.
112 miles from London on A12. Travelling time from Ipswich approx. 1hr. From Kessingland buses run every 1/2hr to Lowestoft and Southwold.
Famous Walberswick can be reached by ferry from Southwold, home of Adnams beer, approx. 8 miles. Lowestoft 8 miles.
Aldeburgh and Snape Concert Hall approx. 25 miles.
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds at Dunwich Heath 16 miles.
Benjamin Britton spent his early years in Lowestoft. Other places of interest - the maritime town of Gt Yarmouth and the historic town of Bury St Edmunds with its cathedral, Abbey Gardens, museums, theatre and shops.
Free entry to Minsmere Nature Reserve, for a limited period.
- Booking Notes:
Same tariff all year round - no increase during school holidays. 20% deposit, non-returnable. Balance 4 weeks prior to arrival. Payment by bank transfer please. Bookings for 3 nights receive 1 night free, and bookings for 5 nights receive 2 nights free excluding school holidays. So that's 4 nights for £213 or 1 week for £355.
Flexible but generally start date arrive after 1pm and depart by 11am.
- Available arrival
- Living Room ...
- Kitchen ...
- Shower room 1 - Shower Enclosure
- Shower room, toilet and hand basin. Supporting hand rails. Tiled floors throughout the ground level.
- 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 4
- Bedroom 1
- Description of sleeping capacity: Sleeps 2/4 (1 Bedroom) Notes on bedrooms: Bedroom with double bed. Cotton bed linen. Additional folding bed.
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Learn more about this holiday rental at the owner's website
- Outside: Large lawn area with flower beds and seated sheltered nooks. Patio with wooden garden furniture. Panoramic views. Cleaning / Towels / Linen / Maid service: Bed linen, tea towels and hand towels are provided. Serviced on changeover day. Bath towels and provisions can be supplied if required at a small extra cost. Other: Large neighbouring house also available, property ref E30 (www.beachouse.co.uk).