• This substantial seaside property has kerb appeal aplenty plus interiors chock-full of traditional charm and beautiful furnishings to assure the comfort of every guest.

You can book this property from:

  • £1216 per week
  • £174 per night

Features

Nearby activities

  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Watersports
  • Surfing

Special Features

  • WiFi
  • Sea or coastal views

Beds & bedrooms

  • Bed linen provided
  • 2 king/super-king beds
  • 2 single beds
  • 1 bunk bed

Kitchen

  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer

Bathrooms

  • 3 bathrooms
  • 3 WCs
  • Towels provided
  • Bath
  • Shower

Outdoors

  • Garden, courtyard or patio
  • Enclosed garden
  • Private parking

Accessibility

  • Ground floor bath/shower room
  • Ground floor WC

Important - please note

House Rules

  • Check in: 4pm
  • Check out: 10am

Description

Intro

Sea views and Victorian styling plus private parking and a pretty garden – all are waiting to welcome and delight visitors to this double-fronted family home. With two sitting rooms, seemingly acres of space and additional outdoor storage it poses only one question: how soon can you get here?

Bedrooms and bathrooms

Fine period features and stunning sea views define the elegant bathrooms and bedrooms which are arranged across the first and second floors – beautiful as well as practical, they really demonstrate the owner’s attention to detail and dedication to guests’ comfort. On the first floor you’ll find a spacious double bedroom with a lovely view to the sea, plus a twin-bedded room and a large bathroom with Victorian-style tiled walls and floor, a large corner shower cubicle and a traditional roll-top bath. Above, the master bedroom on the second floor has a king-sized bed and stunning views thanks to two large windows – stretch out on the sofa here and enjoy some me-time while you watch the world go by. A second cosy bedroom has bunk beds and so is ideal for children, and the bathroom on this floor features a bath and separate shower cubicle plus pretty tiling. A shower room on the ground floor, easily accessed either through the kitchen or from the garden, is a great additional convenience and, like the bathrooms, comes complete with a heated towel rail for home-from-home comfort.  

Cooking and dining

The aged floorboards of the front hallway guide your first steps towards a well-planned kitchen with fitted cabinets, contemporary tiling and a classic country-style table with bench seats at its centre. Catering for eight is no hassle here thanks to the gas range cooker, large fridge freezer, coffee maker, microwave, dishwasher and walk-in larder. Share food and fun outdoors too – the rear garden comes complete with table and chairs.

Outside

A pretty tiled path leads from front gate to doorway, setting off beautifully the bay windows and seaside-style planting to each side. At the rear of the property, the paved garden features mature shrubs and a pergola with climbing plants, plus furniture for outdoor dining opportunities. A shed attached to the property provides the perfect storage space for bicycles and beach essentials, and a door enables movement between garden and street without having to go through the house – great for easy access to the ground floor shower room when you need to wash off the sand and seasalt!

Practicalities

Two sitting rooms and a wealth of ground floor conveniences make this substantial seaside home a wise choice for big and multi-generational holiday groups – there really is space for everyone and a wealth of ‘wow’ factor features throughout.  Sandy toes are sure to be a daily occurrence with the beach so close by, so the ground floor shower room is a really useful facility, as is the neighbouring utility room where there’s a coat rack, storage and a washing machine and tumble dryer. WiFi, a Smart TV and toy box will provide entertainment for all ages, and there’s an off-street parking space in front of the owner’s garage – more is available on the roadside outside.

Reviews

Lovely house with nice festive touches i.e, Christmas tree etc which we were not expecting.

Mr C,

Wye Cottage is a beautiful property in a perfect location very close to the beach and the town of Southwold, with the added bonus of a private parking space. It was well equipped and spacious and had plenty of games, books and beach equipment. We had a great week in Suffolk and were able to enjoy the amazing weather for late October. I would definitely recommend Heritage Hideaways and in particular Wye Cottage.

V. D,

Beautiful house, great location and lovely weather- perfect!

Previous Customer,

Very enjoyable. Wye Cottage is a lovely home to stay in. Southwold had good weather and is my favourite place in the U.K with lots of lovely places to eat and varying menus and prices. My family and I were very comfortable and happy staying at Wye Cottage. It is a very spacious home with excellent facilities and so close to the beach. Many thanks to Heritage Hideaways.

Mrs M,

We've had a lovely week! Great accommodation- well stocked! Our top tips: Sutherland House- Superb food. Enzo's Pizzerla- Enzo is a great character! Food lovely. The Little Fish n Chip Shop- Best fish and chips ever! Adnams Tour- fun! Lighthouse Tour- excellent! River Cruise from The Harbour- v.relaxing. Aldeburgh cinema- great rainy day option.

Previous Customer,

We have had such a lovely time in this beautiful house that has been a real home away from home. Such a delight to wake up every morning and see the sea. We also appreciated the lovely range of children's books that kept our kids entertained at bedtime and as parents of a 4 month old baby, the excellent laundry facilities. Thank you, we hope to come again.

The Slotover Family,

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