This one bedroom annex is located in a perfect position for exploring the Suffolk Heritage Coast.
Just a few minutes' drive from the popular seaside town of Southwold, completed to a comfortable standard, this lovely accommodation is ideal for couples and solo travelers.
There is wonderful coastal walking right from the doorstep and excellent cycling routes along quiet roads nearby.
Entering from the side door, the well-presented double bedroom is located at the front of the property next to the modern-styled wet room.
Step into the open-plan living room boasting a lovely kitchenette and a sumptuous sitting area, before opening out into a conservatory, which offers the perfect space for enjoying a morning coffee and making plans for the day ahead.
This Wrentham cottage also benefits a small patio outside with a barbecue and table for two to enjoy dining alfresco style on a warm summers' evening, after an adventurous day out exploring.
Located close to the stunning Suffolk Heritage Coast, guests can enjoy an abundance of walking and cycling opportunities.
The famous RSPB reserve at Minsmere is located just a short drive away and is well worth a visit for those who love wildlife.
For some more exotic wildlife why not take a trip to Africa Alive!
which is just a short drive from the property at Lowestoft.
There is a choice of pubs to walk to from here, all are ideal for grabbing an evening meal to save cooking!
With Southwold up the road you will be spoilt for choice on wonderful places to eat and drink!
Consider a stay at this delightful cottage; its well-appointed location will have you returning again and again.
About the location
Southwold 4.6 miles; Lowestoft 9.1 miles
Wrentham is a small village located in Suffolk, near the north-east coast of this wonderful English county. Home to several shops, two pubs and a village hall, it offers all the necessities you need for a delightful stay in East Anglia. Benacre National Nature Reserve is close by, with the reedbeds and lagoons of Benacre, Covehithe and Easton Broads, together with the woodlands and heathlands elevated between them. Much of the Reserve is private land, however there are many features of interest drawing in visitors; over 100 bird species use the area for breeding, wild flowers flourish within verdant landscapes and all along the coastline are picturesque views stretching far and wide. Further along is the breath-taking Suffolk Coast National Nature Reserve, benefitting a rich beach flora and an abundance of resident wildlife. The small town of Southwold, situated in the Waveney district of Suffolk, lies at the mouth of the River Blyth and offers many attractions in the local area such as Alfred Corry Lifeboat Museum Trust, Adnams Distillery, along with its idyllic promenade, charming lighthouse and colourful beach huts adorning the seafront. The Blyth Valley runs 17 miles inland from the coast at Southwold, and is a superb location for cycling, walking and wildlife-watching, whilst the attractive market town of Halesworth acts as the hub of the area benefitting some fantastic facilities. These include a lively Arts Centre, a Millennium Green, a Museum, an Art Gallery and an array of independent shops to be explored. This stunning area of East Anglia is simply not to be missed!