Lower Ground Floor
Wooden stairs (with no banister) descend to the utility room which has a washing machine, dryer and sink – ideal for beach or sailing gear!
A small courtyard leads to the front door, opening into a porch with hooks and doors to the cloakroom, with the kitchen/dining room and the rest of the house ahead of you,
Fabulous modern open plan style kitchen/dining room leading south through to the living room; door to the terrace and garden and up carpeted stairs to the first and second floors.
The U shaped kitchen sits to the left, the dining table with six chairs to your right, and a breakfast bar dividing the two so the chef in the party can chat whilst preparing meals. The kitchen is extremely well equipped with integrated appliances including a fan oven/grill at waist height with microwave above, four ring gas hob with extractor, large fridge and two drawer freezer and dishwasher. A handsome dresser has a good selection of glasses for your stay.
A great facility for a holiday home, downstairs from the kitchen, and equipped with a washing machine and dryer, enabling you to keep all the beach gear out of the way.
The big bay window has a fitted cushion so you can make the most of the amazing view over the terrace and garden to the rooftops and sea beyond. An inviting three seater sofa and couple of chairs offer seating for six, with occasional tables, a good selection of books, TV with FreeSat and Pure portable speaker for your entertainment.
Carpeted stairs rise to the first-floor landing where you’ll find a double and twin bedrooms, plus the family bathroom. There’s carpet throughout other than the bathroom.
Wake to the sun rising over the sea, with wide sash windows allowing you to make the most of the view. The king size bed takes pride of place with bedside drawers, a wardrobe with additional drawer, dressing table with stool and mirror.
Sitting at the back of the house, this is also a good sized bedroom with twin beds and table between them. There’s a chest of drawers and coat stand with hangers for your clothes.
A luxurious room, conveniently located for the twin and double, with both a bath and large shower cubicle with adjustable hand shower, wash basin, WC and window giving bags of natural light.
Carpeted stairs rise from the first to second floors where there’s a door to the top suite.
Light and airy with shuttered sky lights and view of the sea over the rooftops. This room’s furnished with a king size bed, bedside drawers, a chest of drawers and has a hanging rail with space for shoes.
Chic modern shower room with double walk in shower, wash basin with drawers beneath, WC, heated towel rail and sky light allowing the sun to stream in.
10 Church Walk’s east facing terrace with sea views has to be one of the best places to relax with friends and family. A door from hallway gives access to a patio, furnished with rattan and glass table with six chairs and an additional coffee table; with steps down to the landscaped garden. There’s off-road residential parking on Church Walk for one car; a great asset in Aldeburgh, and additional cars can be parked on roadside parking nearby on The Terrace, or in one of the council car parks.
All prices include 100% cotton bed linen, towels, heating and electricity, plus a welcome bottle of wine and biscuits to help you get your break off to a relaxing start.
This mid terraced self-catering holiday house is equipped with a fan oven/grill at waist height with microwave above, four ring gas hob with extractor, large fridge and two drawer freezer and dishwasher. There's a washing machine and dryer down in the utility room. Entertainment's provided with two Bose speakers, TVs in the living room and kitchen/dining room and FreeSat.
A travel cot and high chair are available from the property owners on request at the time of booking.
Aldeburgh is a fashionable seaside town for family holidays and short breaks and this elegant holiday home is perched at the top of the Town Steps which descend to the bustling high street and through to the promenade which stretches along the pebble beach from Slaughden at one end to Thorpeness at the other, bordered by the iconic colourful seaside houses and the fisherman's huts, where you can buy fresh fish. There's a wide range of shops, boutiques, galleries, an independent cinema, restaurants, cafes, pubs and hotels along the high street.
Renowned for its cultural history, guests can enjoy a range of activities in the town and at nearby Snape Maltings, with the Annual Festival for Music, art exhibitions, literary and poetry festivals.
There are also stunning sea and landscapes to be enjoyed on walks around the lowland marshes and heathland, the coastal path to Thorpeness and wonderful Sailors Path to Snape, with opportunities for sailing, golfing and cycling locally as well - something for all the family!
Sorry, no pets, smoking or unaccompanied teenagers.
If you’d like the beds in the twin bedroom pushed together to make into a super king size please let us know; they don’t actually zip together but, with a fitted sheet and mattress protector, they do work as a double.
Once you have filled out the online booking form, you will be given the option to pay by credit or debit card, or by BACs transfer. A 25% deposit is requested at the time of your booking to secure your booking. The balance and a returnable good housekeeping deposit are due six weeks before your holiday commences. Please click here to see our full terms and conditions of booking http://www.bestofsuffolk.co.uk/terms-and-conditions
There is one off road parking spaces on Church Walk, please respect the neighbours as this is a private road with no public access. There's additional parking in the church car park close by for a small fee, or at public car parks in town.