Lime Blossom Cottage Wrentham , Suffolk Reference LIME
Lime Blossom Cottage
Southwold & Area
7 nights from£600
Lime Tree Cottage offers a chic and boutique style of holiday cottage close to the Suffolk Coast.
At a glance
- Boutique luxury
- Close to the coast
- Spacious and family-friendly
- Romantic hideaway
- Garden and parking
- June 2018
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— Bec, Pheobe, Gabriel & Kate
- October 2017
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— The Cook family
- December 2016
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Wrentham Holiday Guide
Wrentham is a small and thriving village on the A12 and a great place to book a self-catering cottage holiday. The sandy beaches at Kessingland and Southwold are a short drive away, and the picturesque waterways of the Norfolk Broads at Beccles and Oulton Broad are within easy reach.
There is excellent walking around the village, through pretty lanes, past thatched cottages and over the well-marked footpaths and bridleways of the Benacre Estate down to the sea at Benacre and Covehithe. Worth a look is the beautiful medieval church and ruins here. There is a wonderful circular walk from Southwold to Covehithe too.
And there is everything you could possibly need right on the doorstep in Wrentham itself: a Community Playing Field with a range of children’s play equipment, a tennis club, bowling green, two good pubs serving Adnams Beer, an excellent café, as well as a village shop and Post Office, antique shops to browse, a Chinese takeaway and a fish and chip shop!
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As featured In Country Living Magazine May 2018 ...
This charming cottage has recently been transformed into a chic, boutique style holiday cottage by the owner who has a wealth of experience as a former stylist for interiors and magazines, so come and share the comfort and luxury.
Situated in the rural village of Wrentham, the cottage is five minutes drive from one of the iconic beaches on the Suffolk Heritage Coast at Cove Hithe and 10 minutes drive from the renowned Edwardian seaside town of Southwold - 'the Jewel of the Suffolk Coast'. The cottage is ideally placed to explore the coast and countryside throughout the year or enjoy a traditional seaside family holiday discovering the delights of the historic town of Southwold: the iconic pier and lighthouse, famous Adnams Brewery and pubs, the Boating Lake, Mini Golf, skate park, tennis courts and golf course and the miles of cycling and walking paths up and down the coast.
Lime Tree Cottage is set back from the High Street and has many of the facilities required for a special holiday, off street parking, a garden to enjoy, storage for bikes and superb facilities inside. The windows in the cottage overlooking the High Street are double glazed.
Entrance: through the garden to the back door of the cottage and into the kitchen and dining area. The ground floor is generally open plan having been formed by knocking the original two cottages into one spacious and bright living area and decorated in relaxing blues and greys with pretty vintage furniture mixed with modern comforts and equipment. Table and chairs for 6, range cooker, dishwasher, fridge, good storage cupboards and slate floor throughout the ground floor.
Utility room: cloakroom with WC and hand basin, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Garden Room: designed for relaxation, this light and airy room overlooks the garden with desk and chair and armchair.
Sitting Room: sofa and armchairs, TV with Freeview, coffee table, rugs, feature wood burning stove shared with next door library. Window overlooking the garden.
The Library: designed for relaxing and reading with well stocked book shelves and armchairs, feature wood burning stove shared with sitting room. The original two sets of stairs from each of the original cottages have been retained in both the sitting room and library and have doors at the bottom.
First Floor: Master Bedroom with 5' wrought iron bedstead, bedside tables and lamps, chest of drawers and hanging facilities, polished wooden floors with rugs.
Double Bedroom: with 5' bed, bedside tables and lamps, chest of drawers and hanging facilities, polished wooden floors with rugs.
Twin Bedroom: with two 3' beds, bedside tables and lamps, chest of drawers and hanging facilities, polished wooden floors with rugs. Please note that access to the bathroom and shower room on the first floor from this twin bedroom is either through the double bedroom or down the stairs and up the second set of stairs. This is a result of combining two cottages.
Bathroom: freestanding claw foot bath, WC and handbasin, polished wooden floors with rug.
Shower Room: shower cubicle, WC and handbasin, polished wooden floors with rug.
Please note that some guests may find the staircases quite steep so care should be taken with children and this cottage may be unsuitable for people with mobility issues.
Outside: Parking for two cars is available behind the cottage at the back of the garden, with the garden path leading to the back of the cottages.
The garden has been recently redesigned by Laura Arison, a gold medal winner at the 2016 Hampton Court Flower Show and has interesting planting and paths through to sitting areas and stylish garden sheds which are ideal for sitting or painting or general relaxation!
The village has a good newsagent with grocery section, there is a cafe, a fish and chip shop and Chinese takeaway, together with two pubs serving the local Adnams Ales and Spirits. The beautiful Heritage Coast is just a five-ten minute drive away, making this the perfect cottage to explore the surrounding coast and countryside.
There is WiFi at the cottage.
Egyptian cotton bed linen, towels and energy costs are all included. Beach towels are not provided.
The cottage is centrally heated with a wood burner for which one basket of logs will be provided on arrival. Further supplies can be found in the village.
1 x Dog is welcome at an additonal cost of £15...