No 4 The Courtyard Sleeps 4 (2 bedrooms)
The entrance to this 2 bedroom property is an internal staircase over two floors. The large hallway leads to the open plan living area where there is a fully equipped kitchen, dining table and a comfortable sofa with two arm chairs. There is a view over the private Courtyard garden. The property is furnished to a high standard throughout. There is a twin bedroom, a family bathroom and a master ensuite double. A small staircase leads up to a study area and to the large terrace which is a wonderful spot to enjoy a coffee or a glass of wine.
Newly converted to a very high standard these properties are in a delightful position within the heart of Snape Maltings home to the world famous Concert Hall. There is House and Garden, a food hall filled with local produce, wonderful eclectic clothing, Little Rascals for children, books and cards as well as an antiques centre and music shop. Cafe 1885 and the Gransary teashop offer great food for relaxing stay - from the moment you arrive to when you leave. Staff are on hand to meet you and to show you to the lovely properties. All have fully equipped kitchens, comfortable sofas and beds with quality linen, free view TV and most have WiFi. The location is perfect - right beside the River Alde with walks to Iken and Aldeburgh. It is a bird watcher's paradise with a host of different species all year round. Snape Maltings is just 5 miles from the shingle beach at Aldeburgh with Southwold's sandy beaches further up the coast. A host of wonderful restaurants awaits.
About the Owner
About Sue Partington
Our family has lived has Snape Maltings for over 49 years, gradually transforming the Maltings from its industrial heritage to the cultural village you see today. The individually owned homes are part of this wonderful location and we hope that you will enjoy being here as much as we do.
Activity and Interests
Special interest holidays:
During the year there are events held locally that are of special interest especially at Dunwich and Minsmere. Sutton Hoo is a short distance away. Please see the website for further details.
Aldeburgh's shingle beach has a wonderful shoreline and is only 5 miles from Snape Maltings. The famous Scallop structure lies between Aldeburgh and Thorpeness along a stretch of Suffolk coast which is most attractive. Sandy beaches and a pier can be found at Southwold which is 12 miles away.
The nearest airport is Norwich which is 40 miles away with Stansted being 75 miles. The use of a car is considered essential although there is a bus service which has connections to a railway station.
The nearest village is Snape which is 1 mile away and is accessible by footpath and road. There are many places of interest nearby including Sutton Hoo (8 miles), Orford and Framlingham castles (6 miles) and with Woodbridge Tide Mill (8 miles) and museum providing a wealth of local information. There are many food producers within a 5 miles radius of the Maltings. Minsmere and Dunwich are further up the coast within 16 miles.
Snape Maltings is close to a wide range of shops, restaurants, supermarkets, banks and farm shops yet is in a very peaceful and tranquil part of the Suffolk countryside.
Additional pricing information
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The booking process is either by using the website, email or telephone. A 25% deposit is required to secure the booking with the full balance payable 6 weeks prior to your stay. A good housekeeping deposit of £100 is also required at the time of paying the final balance.
It is possible to stay here for a week with the changeover day being Friday or Monday. Weekends are from Friday to Monday with mid week stays from Monday to Friday. It is possible to have different length of stays as we are very flexible!
- Available arrival
- Bathroom 1 - Toilet, Bath (no shower), Shower Enclosure
- Shower room 1 - Shower Enclosure
- 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
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- Outside: There is a communal garden space for the properties with outside seating. Within a few steps there is the River Alde with walks to Iken and Aldeburgh, the world famous concert hall - home to Benjamin Britten and Aldeburgh Music. There is a wonderful array of shops, galleries, restaurants and an antiques collectors centre. River trips are available from March until October. There is a Farmer's Market on the first Saturday of the month with various other events throughout the year such as the Aldeburgh Music festival in June, the renowned Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival in September. There are various exhibitions held throughout the year.