5 Church Farm Cottages Reydon , Suffolk Reference FIVE
5 Church Farm Cottages
Southwold & Area
7 nights from£450
Close to Southwold, this pretty beamed cottage is ideal for family holidays on the Suffolk Coast
At a glance
- Romantic hideaway
- Open fire
- Good for families
- full of character
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Reydon Holiday Guide
Reydon is in a fantastic location, just a mile outside the popular seaside town of Southwold on the Suffolk Heritage Coast. As such, it is an ideal base for those wanting all the components of a seaside holiday cottage but in a more peaceful setting.
There is everything you’ll need for your holiday here, with two well-stocked grocery shops, selling essential items as well as locally produced fruit and veg, and an excellent local ‘watering hole’, The Randolph. For the more active, you can easily walk from your holiday cottage to the centre of Southwold where you can enjoy the beach huts, with their eclectic names and colourful paintwork, stop for a coffee on the Pier, climb the Lighthouse for the magnificent views, or simply wander along to the Harbour to buy some fresh fish at the harbour fish shacks or the Southwold Smokehouse – ask for a bag of ice to keep it cold for the walk home! If you can't be bothered to cook then just nip down to The Harbour Inn or The Nelson (known to the locals as The Nelly!) or The Boardwalk Restaurant at The Pier.
There are some great walks right on the doorstep: the ancient woodland of Reydon Woods for starters, as well as a walk across the River Blyth and Bailey Bridge to the charming seaside village of Walberswick. Stop off for a pint and a ploughmans or fish pie at The Bell Inn. Further down the coast, there is a stunning heathland, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which sits under the auspices of the National Trust and RSPB Minsmere.
The kids will also love it here: Southwold beach, the quirky amusement arcade on Southwold Pier, crabbing along the Harbour wall in summer, or gazing in wonder at the animals
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A pretty, red brick cottage close to Southwold on the Suffolk Coast ....
This typical Suffolk cottage was previously two or may be even three small cottages but has now been transformed into a stylish and comfortable cottage next to the village church of Reydon, the neighbouring village to the Edwardian seaside town of Southwold on the Suffolk Coast, with its many attractions ranging from the iconic and award winning Pier, the renowned family owned Adnams Brewery and Distillery with its associated pubs and a wide variety of sporting activities from walking to cycling, tennis to golf, skate boarding and boating, plus of course the beach. There is something for everyone and Church Farm Cottage is only a short walk or drive away and can offer a quiet retreat from the bustle of the town at the end of the day.
The cottage is semi-detached and offers a garden and off street parking for two to three cars, three bedrooms and two bathrooms, together with spacious living accommodation and is available for short breaks and weekly holidays throughout the year.
From the rear of the cottage into the galley kitchen.
Kitchen: with tiled floor, a good range of kitchen storage, electric cooker, large fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, electric kettle, toaster and cafetiere, with some charming examples of vintage kitchen facilities.
Sitting room: two three seater sofas, coffee table, arm chairs and carver chair with cushions, TV and DVD player, radio, inglenook fire place with open fire, rugs on cork tiled floor.
Dining Room: oak dining table and six chairs, side board, lamps, storage and doorway into kitchen.
Shower Room: ground floor shower room with cubicle with step up, WC and hand basin, tumble dryer.
Stairs to first floor; the cottage has two sets of stairs to the first floor, one from the dining room and one from the sitting room, both stairs have stairgates at the top. The stairs are painted and uncarpeted and each have a good hand rail.
Bedroom 1: king sized bed with bedside tables and lamps, painted wooden floor with rugs, hanging rail and chest of drawers, occasional chair, views over countryside.
Bedroom 2: king sized bed with bedside tables and lamps, carpeted floor, chest of drawers and wardrobe, armchair, views over garden and countryside.
Bedroom 3: bunk bedded room for children, bedside table and lamp, chest of drawers, view over countryside.
Bathroom: bath, WC and hand basin.
Outside: prettry garden with lawn, trees and shrubs, off street parking for two cars, garden furniture, views over countryside.
Please be aware that the garden is un-fenced - so care must be taken with small children .
The cottage has gas central heating. On basket of logs with kindling and firelighters is provided for the open fire-in the winter months- and further supplies are available in the village or at Wangford Farm Shop, one mile away.