CHESTNUTT COTTAGE WITH SOUTHWOLD BEACH HUT OPTION PHONE TO BOOK OR ASK A QUESTION
Welcome to Chestnutt Cottage
Chestnutt Cottage has the MUCH PRIZED EXTRA OPTION of
(booking at an extra charge) our SOUTHWOLD BEACH HUT
for some, or all, of your Southwold stay.
Our hut is only available to guests who are staying at Chestnutt Cottage.
Chestnutt Cottage makes an ideal base from which to explore Suffolk. The cottage can be booked independently.
Our small, modern, bright, comfortable, well equipped, simply styled, semi- detached holiday home, is highly recommended by our visitors . See reviews
Chestnutt cottage is in Reydon - about 300 metres from Mights Bridge over the river Blyth. It has off street parking for one car, a boon in the busy summer months, and safe, lockable storage for bikes.
We love- reading in the small conservatory ; enjoying afternoon tea in the enclosed, private, well planted, sunny, garden ; strolling home across the common from the harbour, buying fresh fish for supper from Samantha's shed. FOR lots more- see SUFFOLK pages.
THE COTTAGE AND THE HUT ARE NON SMOKING PROPERTIES
WE DO NOT ACCEPT PETS
Welcome to our Southwold beach hut
Our HUT can be hired (at an extra charge) when you also rent the cottage.
You can then book it daily or weekly.
The hut is near the lighthouse
Wonderful, uninterrupted views of the sea and beach.
Public Parking in Pier car Park or on the nearby streets.
Southwold Pier is about 400 metres along the sands or promenade
Public toilets up nearby steps (approx 75 metres)
Susi's beach cafe 100 metres towards the town
Nearby water tap
Calor gas, 2 burner and grill,camping cooker
Chairs, table, cutlery, plates, cups. kettle, saucepans etc.
ANY QUESTIONS ? OR TO BOOK ? PHONE 01473735343
THE COTTAGE & HUT ARE NON SMOKING PROPERTIES
WE DO NOT ACCEPT PETS
We love- breakfast in the hut, and catching the sunrise over the sea; on a calm day, listening to the soft, gentle lapping of the ripples on the sand; if rough, marvelling at the power and roar of the crashing waves as they hurl and shift the shingle, grasping and grinding the smoothed stones, sweeping them further along the shore; afternoon tea and cakes (from the Two Magpies) in the sun on the edge of the promenade; sipping coooled , dry white wine with our leisurely fish and chip supper; at dusk, sighting the rising moon, glistening across the water, all the while, still gazing outwards, towards the far horizon and the sea;