This beautifully-presented bungalow has been completed to a high standard and enjoys spacious accommodation with far-reaching, rural views.
On the edge of the pretty village of Friston, this property is ideal for exploring the Suffolk Heritage Coast.
There is ample parking at the property, which sits in a slightly elevated position, just a 10-minute walk from the village pub.
From the front door the entrance hall offers access to all rooms.
There is a single room looking over the front of the property and the two larger bedrooms look over the back garden.
There is a shared family bathroom with the choice of a bath and shower over.
The double aspect, open-plan living space is a wonderful area with the sitting, dining and kitchen area leading out through the back porch to the enclosed pet friendly back garden.
There is plenty of space for all the guests to sit inside during cooler evenings or outside during the summer months.
Active guests can enjoy walking right from their doorstep, excellent road cycling, off-road cycling nearby, kayaking and a numerous golf courses.
There is a good village pub, located about 10 minutes' walk from the property.
The village of Snape is just five minutes away, with three excellent pubs for food and home to the world-famous concert hall at Snape Maltings, where there are numerous events all-year-round.
Guests can enjoy the popular, vibrant coastal town of Aldeburgh with its wide selection of shops, eateries, pubs, award-winning fish and chips and an excellent independent cinema.
Further up the coast is Southwold with its famous Adnams Brewery, pier and again, excellent selection of shops, cafés and restaurants.
The popular fishing village of Orford is an easy drive, with its magnificent castle enjoying far-reaching views, a variety of pubs and the famous smokehouse and wonderful Pump Street Bakery.
This spacious property offers an excellent standard of accommodation and a perfect base for exploring Suffolk.
About the location
Saxmundham 3 miles; Aldeburgh 5 miles.
The quiet Suffolk village of Friston is ideally placed to explore the beautiful Suffolk heritage coastline, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, including several nature reserves.
Friston is also great for the attractive popular coastal towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold, with an excellent choice of pubs, restaurants, independent shops, galleries and tea rooms.
Two miles from Friston is the well-known Snape Maltings Concert Hall, offering world class concerts and musical events throughout the year, and home of the annual Aldeburgh Festival held in June.
The Maltings also has interesting shops and galleries as well as an RSPB nature reserve with lovely riverside walks and river boat trips along the estuary.
Family fun can be found at nearby Leiston Long Shop Museum with 200 years of local history, or with the animals at Easton Park Farm or Africa Alive, while history is on display at Framlingham and Orford castles or the Anglo-Saxon site of Sutton Hoo..