Lovely old cottage in rural surroundings. Very clear arrival instructions. Went to Southwold and Dunwich both of which were great. Had fab weather and the beaches were not crowded.
Great location, lovely clean, warm and cosy house. Set in a quiet, rural area. The children loved counting the rabbits from the kitchen window! Mary was lovely and welcoming. Would definitely stay again.
Having relatives almost next door plus around the corner made this place an excellent pick.
Having said that I dont want to subtract away from the actual cottage and its owner at all. Both were excellent.
Mary, the owner was such a lovely person and so helpful to my wife. She met us on arrival and everything was explained very clearly.
The cottage itself is a step back in time almost but wonderfully renovated. It is a mixture of old farm cottage with modern conveniences. The fenced in garden was a complete hit with the kids as was all the openess of the area.
The steps up to the bedrooms are a little tight especially for young children, but you over come this.
This was our final stay on our month's holiday and it was a great way to end it.
Thank you so much Mary
lovely location with plenty of walks, friendly helpful owner. Within easy reach of many coastal resorts and good pubs and restaurants. Ideal for dog walkers
If you love peace and quiet, and enjoying the Suffolk countryside and wildlife, this is the perfect place. Lovely cottage and gardens, full of character and history.
All the equipment you need in the kitchen. Bird watching out of the window whilst eating our meals was an added bonus. Lovely comfy sofa and chairs in the living room, great to sit by the roaring fire and relax. The bed was so comfortable after a days walking we drifted off to the sound of the Little owl exploring outside!
Secure garden for the dogs too, which they loved exploring.
Several great walks straight from the door, which the dogs really enjoyed, and gave us even more chance to watch the local wildlife.
The stores in Fressingfield are well stocked, and open long hours, so no need to venture too far if you don't want to.
About 30 mins drive and you are at Southwold/Walberswick, though over Easter, both were incredibly busy. At more normal times, they are great for wandering on the beach, and relaxing.
Mary, you have a lovely cottage, and you made us feel so welcome. Just wish we had time to stay longer. Next time we will!