Saxmundham 2 miles.
A charming, cosy cottage near the town of Saxmundham in Suffolk.
The comfortable living in such a fantastic rural location make this cottage perfect for a small family to enjoy a break away.
The ground floor is set with a lovely homely sitting room, a warming room complete with a quirky rug, comfortable seating, TV and an open fire in a fantastic brick fireplace, the perfect relaxing room for when the weather isn't so warm.
If it does get warmer and you still want some family time then open the patio doors and let the country air fill the room.
Downstairs there is also a traditional cottage-style kitchen with tiled flooring and wooden fixtures, the ground floor is complete by a fantastic conservatory-cum-dining room, a large conservatory with ample dining furniture and a sofabed for optional extra sleeping.
The first floor boasts two fresh, bright bedrooms with plenty of storage.
A family bathroom with stylish wooden flooring completes the interior of Rose Cottage.
To the rear of the cottage is a delightful, compact lawn area perfect for sitting out in the sun.
Saxumndham is less than 2 miles north, a delightful town with shops and a museum as well as art galleries, markets and a train station.
Within driving distance is the popular destination of Lowestoft, a seaside town well worth visiting whilst you're in the area.
Rose Cottage is a charming cottage in a fantastic location.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with open fire. Conservatory with dining area and sofa bed.
About the location
Southwold 15 miles; Ipswich 22 miles; Lowestoft 25 miles.
Saxmundham is a small market town located on the River Fromus, in the heart of Suffolk’s Heritage Coast. The town is well serviced with independent shops, local museum, supermarkets and a train station, as well as art galleries, a weekly market and a farmers’ market. Situated so close to the coast, Saxmundham is a great base for a seaside holiday; within easy reach of Aldeburgh and Thorpeness, as well as Dunwich, Southwold and Walberswick, you could enjoy a different coastal location each day. Also close by is the inland market town Framlingham with beautiful historic architecture, a castle and an array of independent shops. South of the town there is the well known tourist destination of Sutton Hoo, an ancient Royal Anglo-Saxon burial site. With Ipswich an easy drive south, and Norwich an easy drive north, there’s so much to see and do in and around Saxmundham.