CHESTNUTT HOLIDAY COTTAGE (19A)
CHESTNUTT COTTAGE (highly recommended, simply styled, very well equipped holiday let, sleeps 4) is in Reydon, about 300 metres from Mights Bridge, over the river Blyth. It has safe, lockable storage for bikes, off street parking for one car( a boon in the busy summer months.) Take afternoon tea in the leafy, private sunny garden or, relax in the small, adjoining conservatory.
Our modern, bright, comfortable, well equipped, simply styled, small, semi- detached holiday cottage is highly recommended by our visitors. Explore Suffolk , or enjoy a traditional seaside holiday when you book the Southwold beach hut as an extra option. The cottage can be booked independently of the hut.
THE COTTAGE & BEACH HUT ARE NON SMOKING PROPERTIES. WE DO NOT ACCEPT PETS
We love- strolling home across the common, after buying fresh fish for supper from Samantha's shed ; walking to the harbour along the shore line ; clambering into the rowing boat ferry to Walberswick, tea in a cafe on the Village Green ; back along the river bank via the old railway bridge to The Harbour Inn; stopping there awhile as the sun sets, sipping a glass of wine or sampling the local brew (Adnams), before setting off back home in the moonlight..
SOUTHWOLD BEACH HUT (108)
THIS SOUTHWOLD BEACH HUT can be hired ( at an extra charge)
when you ALSO rent the cottage.
You can then book the hut daily or weekly.
The hut is near the lighthouse.
Wonderful, uninterrupted views of the sea and beach.
Southwold Pier is about 400 metres along the sands or promenade
Public toilets up nearby steps (approx 75 metres)
SUZIE'S beach cafe 100 metres towards the town.
The Lord Nelson is up the steps next to Susies' Beach Cafe
The Sole Bay is up the steps towards Southwold Pier and near the Southwold lighthouse .
Nearby water tap
Hut has calor gas, 2 burner and grill,camping cooker
Chairs, table, cutlery, plates, cups. kettle, saucepans etc.
All we think you may need for your beach hut holiday.
ANY QUESTIONS ? OR TO BOOK ?
We love- breakfast in the hut, catching the sunrise on the shimmering sea ; watching the tide creeping up over the sands ; sitting in the sun on the edge of the promenade, sipping afternoon tea and eating cakes (from the Two Magpies?). At dusk, sighting the rising moon, glistening across the water. Should a wild wind blow, safe in our wooden shelter, we revel in the power and roar of the crashing waves, hurling and shifting the shingle, sweeping the ancient stones ever further along the changing shore, or sheltering in the nearby 'Lord Nelson' for a very welcome pint of 'Adnams.'
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED CHESTNUTT COTTAGE WITH SOUTHWOLD BEACH HUT OPTION