Explore two counties in one visit from this lovely home on the Suffolk coast, perfect for couples looking to recharge the batteries and visit the popular attractions of this part of East Anglia.
Just a leisurely walk from a wonderful dog friendly beach and positioned between the villages of Pakefield and Kessingland, this one bedroom home provides a great location for exploring both the Norfolk and Suffolk coastlines and the Norfolk Broads. The larger towns of Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth provide a traditional range of seaside fares with quayside, seafront illuminations, pier, promenades, arcades, fun fair and sandy beach. While quieter resorts such as Southwold and Alburgh provide quintessential coastal heritage with charming eateries, beach huts and craft shops galore. A short drive away are the Norfolk Broads, renowned for diverse wildlife, fishing and lazy days boating along the waterways and which are best experienced by day boat hire.
When arriving at the property, you will initially enter the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner which enjoys a spacious and bright atmosphere and is ideal for relaxing after a day exploring the area. The comfy leather sofas are arranged around the Smart TV/DVD, while the table and chairs provide a spot to enjoy any type of meal whether it be a quick bite to eat or a celebratory occasion. The well-equipped kitchen area provides everything required for holiday dining with electric oven and hob, fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine. The double bedroom provides amble storage and is perfect for a good night’s rest, and a day bed can be supplied to accommodate any young ones. Completing the accommodation is the contemporary shower room, enabling guests to refresh and re-invigorate with shower and WC.
The garden provides a place to relax outdoors with patio and garden furniture with a charcoal BBQ provided, or why not relax on the bench overlooking the pond and feed ducks and the fish. There is off-road parking for two cars.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.