Thorington 2.8 miles.
This stone-built, semi-detached, Grade II listed cottage is situated on the former Thorington Hall Estate in High Street near Thorington, conveniently located for exploring the Suffolk Heritage Coast between Aldeburgh and Southwold.
Sympathetically-restored with exposed beams, cottage stairs and gothic-style windows, this cottage is brimming with character.
It offers fabulous accommodation, ideal for families and small groups of friends wishing to explore the popular Suffolk Heritage Coast.
There are two delightful bedrooms, one of which offers en-suite facilities.
There is a cosy living area featuring a well-equipped kitchen, a dining area where you can plan the day’s adventures over breakfast, and a sitting area.
Boasting a warming woodburning stove, this space is perfect for escaping the cold on those cooler winter evenings.
Outside, the kids and dog will love playing in the large, enclosed lawned garden, while you soak up the sun with a good book and enjoy alfresco dining on warm summer evenings.
With a network of country lanes and walking trails nearby, this offers the perfect base for walkers and cyclists of all abilities looking to uncover the beauty of the Suffolk Coastline.
An easy drive away, the delightful town of Halesworth is home to a selection of independent shops, restaurants, and friendly pubs.
Practice your swing on the nearby golf course set over 50 acres at High Lodge Leisure, and peruse the selection of antique dealerships in the nearby village of Yoxford.
Venture to the RSPB North Warren reserve at Aldeburgh, with the chance to see a wonderful selection of birdlife, butterflies and wild flowers.
RSPB Minsmere is just five miles away, with its fascinating flora and fauna offering a wonderful atmosphere for memorable walks.
Dunwith Heath is also a short drive towards the coast, a wild but tranquil reserve, housing its own vast selection wildlife.
This cottage is full of character, well-placed for exploring Suffolk and its beautiful coastline, all year round.
About the location
Halesworth 4 miles; Dunwich 4.5 miles; Southwold 7 miles; Aldeburgh 14 miles.
The village of Thorington is surrounded by splendid Suffolk countryside, close to the Suffolk Heritage Coast between Southwold and Aldeburgh. The village is the home to a local shop and is a great base for exploring this wonderful area. The surrounding countryside is a haven for walkers and cyclists, while nature lovers will fall in love with the abundance of birdlife, butterflies, and wild flowers in the North Warren RSPB reserve at Aldeburgh. Nearby, the market town of Halesworth is full of character offering a weekly Wednesday market, a variety of shops, and independent cafés and restaurants. Visit the Oasis Camel Centre in Halesworth, and on hot summer days build sandcastles and play in the surf on the Blue Flag Pier Beach at Southwold. Venture to Pleasurewood Hills and unleash your wild side with a day of fun at this fantastic theme park! With so much to do around this wonderful area, Thorington is a wonderful, rural retreat for exploring the Suffolk Coastline, all year round.
Note: Max 4 adults as single top bunk is unsuitable for adults.
Note: Cottage is to side of busy main road A12, road noise will be heard.