Snape 2 miles.
Perfectly located for exploring the Suffolk Heritage Coast, this comfortable, detached holiday home is located in the quiet rural village of Sweffling, near an award-winning pub offering locally-sourced drinks and snacks with regular live folk music.
Accessed by a quiet country road, the property is set over the ground floor, and sits within its own pleasant garden.
It offers ample parking, and occupies a slightly elevated position.
This holiday property offers comfortable accommodation, with a well-equipped kitchen, a dining room with electric fire, and a sitting room overlooking the front of the property.
There are two comfortable bedrooms, and a modern bathroom with a bath and shower over.
Just outside the main entrance door to the rear of the property is a patio area, perfect for enjoying a glass of wine or a morning coffee while taking in the fantastic rural views.
For keen cyclists there are some excellent quiet country lanes linking beautiful villages to explore, and some exceptional single-track mountain biking in Tunstall Forest nearby.
Ideally located between Aldeburgh and Framlingham, and only two miles from the famous Snape Maltings with its world-famous concert hall, there is so much to do and explore all year round.
This really is ideal for friends and families to explore Suffolk from a quiet, rural base all year round.
About the location
Tunstall 3 miles; Saxmundham 4 miles; Aldeburgh 5 miles; Woodbridge 10 miles.
The attractive village of Snape is located on the River Alde in the heart of the Suffolk Heritage Coast. Snape is home to a village store and three pubs, all of which offer excellent locally-sourced food. Just outside the village is Snape Maltings a popular destination on the Suffolk Coast and home to a selection of gift shops and independent stores offering a diverse selection of foods, art and crafts. It also boasts a cafe, tea room and pub and is home to The Snape Maltings Concert Hall, the base for Aldeburgh Music whose festival was founded by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears in 1948. Just 10 miles from Snape is the market town of Woodbridge which has a wide selection of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants. The area is a haven for wildlife and there are a number of popular footpaths from Snape including the Sailors’ Path which follows the line of the river to the popular coastal town of Aldeburgh through ancient woodland and heathland. A beautiful and peaceful area that will appeal to holidaymakers all year round.