The welcoming hallway opens into the well equipped kitchen with breakfast bar which extends into the dining room and through to the large living area with wood burner set into the open fireplace; floor to ceiling French windows open onto the decked terrace making it ideal for outside dining. Accommodation is divided between the ground floor with twin and double rooms, an en suite shower room and family bathroom; both bedrooms on the first floor have stunning views – the twin has a luxurious en suite bathroom and the king size has an en suite shower room.
Located in a quiet location, just a short walk from the beach and The Ship gastro pub, this detached holiday house is set back from the road and has an exceptionally large garden which leads down towards the marshes, overlooked by the super galleried terrace.
Guests are welcomed through a small porch with coat hooks, into a welcoming hallway with doors opening to the living room, kitchen/dining room, the two ground floor bedrooms and family bathroom. Stairs rise to the first floor.
Ground Floor King
Super big bedroom at the back of the house, overlooking the drive; carpeted and furnished with a wooden king size bed, double wardrobe, bedside cabinets and chest of drawers.
Ensuite shower room
Fully tiled with walk-in shower flush with the floor, basin set into a vanity unit, WC and heated towel rail.
Ground Floor King/Twin
A big sunny bedroom overlooking the terrace with garden beyond. The Orla Kiely wallpaper is a great feature in the room which is furnished with zip/link beds that can be made up as a king or twin beds (2'6") and bedside drawers, a unique colourful chest of drawers, chair and built in wardrobe.
Conveniently located off the hallway, between the two ground floor bedrooms, with bath and shower over, basin WC and heated towel rail.
Light and bright open plan layout with large floor to ceiling French windows that open out on to the decked terrace and doors from the hallway into both the kitchen and living areas.
The kitchen area has a wonderful Rangemaster with ceramic hob and six burners, two ovens, plate warmer, grill and extractor fan. The American style fridge/freezer has a water cooler; there is a dish washer, a water softener, microwave and Nepresso Coffee Machine. The sink is positioned in a ‘breakfast bar’ so that you can enjoy the view whilst doing the chores and chatting to guests who can use the two bar stools.
Leading through from the kitchen, the dining area has an extendable table with ten chairs.
Adjacent to the dining area, the living area has a state of the art Hunter wood burning stove and is furnished with three large comfortable sofas, chair and table with flat screen TV. There's also a dresser and bookcase stacked with reading material for you to enjoy, plus occasional tables and a coffee table. Superfast Broadband is an added bonus!
Carpeted stairs lead from the hallway to the landing with two bedrooms leading off it, both carpeted.
First Floor King/Twin
Exceptionally large and light bedroom with stunning view from the Juliette balcony over the garden, fields to the sand dunes and North Sea. The room's furnished with zip/link beds that can be made up as a king or twin beds (2'6"), a sofa which opens into an additional quality bed, blanket chest, chest of drawers, dressing table and chair.
A luxurious modern and bright bathroom thanks to the skylight; with bath, shower cubicle, WC, wash basin, bidet and basket drawers for storage.
First Floor King
Wake up to the sun in this North/East facing bedroom with Juliette balcony where you can enjoy the far reaching views. This is another spacious room with two seater sofa at one end, positioned perfectly to enjoy the view, king size bed with bedside cabinets and velux window above, dressing table with chair and chest of drawers.
En-suite shower room
A lovely light shower room with velux window, corner shower, wash basin, WC, heated towel rail and basket unit for storage.
Seadrift is set back from a quiet road - St James’s Street, with a gravel drive and front garden with borders with shrubs.
At the back of this super self-catering holiday home is a stunning spacious garden with very large elevated terrace overlooking the garden and panoramic views of the Dingle and Westwood Marshes - cows can often be seen grazing. There is plenty of room on the table and chairs for outside dining and a BBQ is provided.
The garden itself has traditional cottage garden borders with a willow fence dividing the top and bottom half making this area great for ball games!
A Utility room is located close to the house and has a sink, WC, washing machine and dryer – ideal for sandy feet and beach gear!
The back garden is fully enclosed – ideal for children and dogs; plus there’s a dog kennel and run.
All prices include 100% cotton bed linen and towels, plus a welcome bottle of wine and biscuits to help you get your break off to a relaxing start.
This contemporary detached self-catering holiday house is equipped with oil fired central heating and Hunter wood burning stove. Appliances include a TV with FreeSat HD+ and ipod docking station, plus Superfast Broadband.
The kitchen is well equipped with a state of the art Rangemaster, American style fridge with freezer with water cooler, dishwasher, microwave Nepresso machine and cafetiere. There’s a washing machine and dryer in the utility room.
A travel cot and high chair are available from the property owners on request at the time of booking.
Tucked between Aldeburgh and Southwold on the Suffolk Coast, you’d hardly believe that this small unspoilt coastal village was the capital of East Anglia around 1500 years ago or that it was at the centre of the wool trade through the Middle Ages. Hundreds of years of coastal erosion mean that most of this is gone leaving behind a rural idyll.
The garden at Seadrift slopes down to the Dingle and Westood Marshes - the largest area of uninterrupted freshwater reed beds in the UK – giving wonderful views from the holiday house. Bitterns and Marsh Harriers nest within the reeds which are harvested for thatching.
The village is well served with a popular pub, The Ship Inn, a Fish and Chip tea room and the Bridge Nurseries. Nearby in the Westleton area you’ll find a village store and post office and The Crown, serving local beers and excellent pub food.
Southwold is only 15 minutes drive and Aldeburgh approximately 20 minutes. The area is also great for walking, cycling and exploring, with many wonderful walks straight from the front door, including Dunwich Forest and for bird watchers Dunwich Heath.
A well-behaved dog is welcome downstairs and will enjoy it’s own kennel with run in the garden . If you wish to bring a dog it must be mentioned at the time of booking on the booking form and is subject to our conditions of booking.
This is a great house for children with enclosed garden and bags of space for running around. Sorry, 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
All bookings are subject to our terms and conditions which you can read by clicking here.