Soak up the view from the glorious free-standing master bath in the most opulent of bathrooms. Feel the history of the house in the timber/brick walled master bedroom. Ascend the twisty attic stairs to the funky, reclaimed wood-paneled bedroom with jazzy en-suite shower.
Hardwood floors and Sonos sound system really bring this period house to life with lots of lovely touches throughout.
The lower ground day room offers the perfect retreat at any time of the year. Relax on the south facing decked terrace in the summer and snuggle up with a movie on the mega screen, with under floor heating and wood burner when the evenings draw in.
Lower Ground Floor Day Room
Steep stairs with low head height wind down to this fun day room; fantastic at any time of the year thanks to double doors opening onto the garden in warmer weather and wood burner for chilly days.
A pocket door allows maximum space in this shower room with hand shower, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail.
You’re welcomed into a designer kitchen/dining room with door to an inner hall where central stairs descend to the lower ground and rise to the upper floors.
Ideal for a holiday home, whether you prefer to cook up a storm or simply get a takeaway! This bespoke kitchen with granite worktops has an Everhot Range and integrated Bosch appliances include a large Bosch fridge/freezer, dishwasher and microwave.
The gorgeous living room sits at the back of the house with a window seat to enjoy the spectacular daytime views across the Abbey grounds. Curl up on the curved designer sofa with the large smart TV and wood burner when the evenings get chilly.
Stairs rise from the ground floor inner hall to a landing with doors to the bedroom and bathroom; steep stairs rise up to the top floor suite.
This generous bedroom has a wide sash window with street views across the rooftops, a fabulous feature brick and beam wall and ornamental fireplace. The wooden floors are scattered with rugs. A wrought iron king size bed takes pride of place in this beautiful bedroom, with drawers and bedside lamps either side.
Relax in the opulent free-standing bath and enjoy the scene of the treetops through the sash window in this beautiful bright bathroom. There’s the added bonus of a walk-in double shower with push button rain shower and handheld; a wash basin with bags of drawer space, WC, heated towel rail and personal dressing area.
Top Floor Suite
The second floor is taken up exclusively by a wonderfully colourful and unique bedroom with window perched above Seckford Street; constructed with recycled basketball court panels. The room is furnished with a zip and link king size bed, allowing you to choose twin (2 x 2’6” beds) or double configuration. A desk sits in one corner with chair and there's a built-in cupboard in one corner.
En-Suite Shower Room
A pocket door gives access to this compact modern shower room; the shower cubicle has a push button fixed rose as well as a hand shower, WC , wash basin with blue-tooth speaker and heated towel rail.
This mid-terraced townhouse sits in a great position, close to the Market Square with its classy shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants, as well as on the edge of fields where you can enjoy walks. There’s unrestricted parking outside the house (on a first come first served basis). The rear south-facing courtyard garden is an oasis of calm, overlooking the Abbey School grounds with majestic oak trees and manicured lawns.
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 self-catering townhouse is equipped with a mix of central and underfloor heating and two wood burners. Appliances include two smart TVs, Wifi and Sonos sound system throughout with iPad control. The kitchen is well equipped with electric Everhot range cooker, integrated Bosch larder fridge with icebox, dishwasher and microwave.
A travel cot and high chair are available from the property owners on request at the time of booking.
25 Seckford Street is in a very prestigious location in the heart of Woodbridge, close to the Thoroughfare and just around the corner from historic Market Hill with shops, cafes and The King’s Head, a 15th-century pub serving a variety of Adnams Ales and excellent classic pub food. Fen Meadow is close too, great for kids and pets as it’s predominantly a grassland meadow with a play area, cycle speedway track and small wood.
Woodbridge has an excellent range of markets, cafes, restaurants, pubs and shops as well as an independent cinema and the famous Tide Mill, a rare example of a tide mill whose water wheel still turns.
Guests can enjoy the bird life on the nearby mud flats with ‘Birds by Barge’ trips, with the anticipation of seeing an elusive avocet, provided on the River Deben by the RSPB between November and February. Woodbridge is also famous for those who enjoy sailing and is great for cycling and walking.
Woodbridge is conveniently located for exploring the Suffolk Coast and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The picturesque town of Aldeburgh is a short drive away, as is RSPB Minsmere, the fascinating historic burial ground of Sutton Hoo, the Bawdsey Peninsular and Quay with unspoilt small sandy beach.
As you’d expect of a Grade II listed town house, there are some low ceilings (particularly down to the day room) and steep stairs, not ideal for guests with a mobility challenge, or toddlers!
Sorry, no pets, no smoking or unaccompanied teenagers.
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