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40 Kessingland Cottages

Kessingland near Lowestoft, Suffolk (Ref. 24904)

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  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 2

  • Pets No

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  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 2

  • Pets No

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  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
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  • Icon/Feature/Shop Pub/shop < 1 mile
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  • Icon/Feature/By the sea Seaside
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  • “This holiday cottage was comfy, clean and very convenient.”

    It wouldn't be so good for old or disabled people as you had to climb down steps to get to the beach, but for us it was fine. The area was very quiet and peaceful with no cars going past and only the sound of the sea and gulls to listen to. In one direction was Lowestoft with a great little free museum, a wind turbine, a harbour, a busy beach and colourful beach huts of many varied designs and a cheery feel (although car parks very full in August) and in the other direction was arty Southwold ...

    It wouldn't be so good for old or disabled people as you had to climb down steps to get to the beach, but for us it was fine. The area was very quiet and peaceful with no cars going past and only the sound of the sea and gulls to listen to. In one direction was Lowestoft with a great little free museum, a wind turbine, a harbour, a busy beach and colourful beach huts of many varied designs and a cheery feel (although car parks very full in August) and in the other direction was arty Southwold with it's hilarious home made slot machine amusements on the pier, awe inspiring lighthouse, pretty and interesting houses and view of Sizewell B (scary but fascinating). Kessingland beach itself was less populated (we almost had the beach to ourselves, apart from lots of friendly dog walkers in the evenings) with a wild and natural feel, rather like Dungeness, with a shoreline full of coastal plants and wildlife. We saw kestrels, rabbits and also lovely little bats. The cottage felt secure and homely. We loved watching the lights on the sea at night or going onto the beach and looking up at the stars. The cottage was better equipped than advertised as it had a washing machine (extremely useful!!) and lovely little surprises all over the place, such as binoculars, beach chairs, a huge choice of dvds, a guitar and bongo drums in an upstairs cupboard and board games. The beds were comfortable but I still found myself waking early and unable to resist getting up to see the beautiful sinrise over the sea from our balcony. Then I would snuggle back down again. Although we don't have a dog I can see that it would be a fantastic place for people to go on holiday who wanted to bring their pet as everybody seemed to walk their dogs along the coast and chat to each other about their dogs as they went along. I almost wished we had one too, although I don't think our cats would be pleased about it. However, even without a dog the walking was marvelous, along the beach in both directions and also at nearby nature reserves such as Carlton Marshes. If you love history (e.g at Lowestoft Museum, Framlingham Castle and lots of fascinating churches, some of which have thatched rooves or old religious paintings in them) nature, the sea and would like a practical, comfortable, homely, clean place to stay in then this is the cottage for you.

    - Mrs Swallow, August 2019

The property

This attractive, comfortable terraced cottage boasts excellent beach and sea views, and is situated on a development of holiday homes in Kessingland on the popular Suffolk Coast.

This Kessingland cottage has an open-plan living area on the ground floor, with a well-equipped kitchen and a patio door opening onto an enclosed porch - perfect for a moment of peace, sitting and reading a good book.

The upstairs boasts two comfortable bedrooms including a double room with a balcony overlooking the wonderful coastal scenery.

Enjoy excellent access to the extensive sand and shingle beach, popular for kite surfing, watersports and bathers alike.

A short distance from your cottage will bring you to the centre of Kessingland with its amenities, Africa Alive!

wildlife park and a children's play area.

The property sits between the popular seaside towns of both Southwold and Lowestoft and is a perfect location for exploring Suffolk and the Norfolk borders for all the family.

Summary

  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double with balcony, 1 x twin
  • Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC
  • First floor shower room with shower, basin and WC
  • Open-plan living area with kitchen, dining and sitting area
  • Electric heaters
  • Electric oven and hob, fridge, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi
  • Power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off road parking for 2 cars
  • Shared use of communal grounds
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop and pub/restaurant 1 mile
  • Beach 1 min walk
  • Note: Children must be supervised due to balcony.

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About the location

KESSINGLAND

Lowestoft 6 miles; Southwold 8.5 miles.

The quiet Suffolk coastal village of Kessingland is nestled between Southwold and Lowestoft, on the 'Sunrise Coast' a region of Suffolk enjoying 27 miles of award-winning beaches and part of the Suffolk Heritage Coastline, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offering unspoilt beaches, beautiful heath lands and a wealth of nature reserves, including NT Dunwich Heath and RSPB Minsmere, along with pretty southern Broadland market towns. Kessingland enjoys good beach fishing and local amenities include pubs, restaurants, shops, a tea room, children's park and the award-winning attraction Africa Alive. Nearby Lowestoft has two piers, an active harbour with a marina and berthing for larger ships, a golden sandy beach with attractions which include scuba diving, snorkelling, kite surfing and jet skiing, and a cinema and a theatre. Yarmouth offers lots of family fun with traditional seaside entertainments. The local surrounding area has a great wealth of places to visit with something to please every family member on a beach-side holiday.

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