The Pink House Southwold , Suffolk Reference PINK
The Pink House
Southwold & Area
7 nights from£430
The Pink House is a cosy cottage situated in the heart of the iconic Edwardian seaside town of Southwold and has recently been listed in The Sunday Times 'Best 100 Holidays'.
At a glance
- Wood burning stove
- The Sunday Times 'Best 100 Cottages' award
- Central Southwold
- Family Hideaway
- Two bedrooms
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Southwold Holiday Guide
Southwold in Suffolk is a delightful seaside town: its colourful beach huts, stylish shops and restaurants, lovely sandy beach, award-winning Pier and atmospheric harbour, not to mention Adnams Brewery, all add to its timeless appeal.
Southwold really does have everything you need for a traditional British holiday, and a stay in one of our holiday cottages in Southwold, provides the perfect base to enjoy its many attractions. Bring your bucket and spade for some genuine seaside fun, take a gentle stroll along the promenade, marvelling at the spectacular views of the town, beach huts and Lighthouse, or spend an afternoon in the Electric Picture Palace, Southwold’s delightful 68-seater cinema.
Adnams’ Sole Bay Brewery is at the heart of the town and you may smell the hops as you walk by. You can also book an Adnams Brewery Tour, sampling some of the ales and beers, or purchase your tipple of choice from Adnams Cellar and Kitchen Store on the high street.
The locally caught fish is outstanding and a walk along the Harbour with its characterful, ramshackle fishing huts is a ‘must’. Try The Sole Bay Fish Co and the newly opened Southwold Smokehouse or fish and chips from Mrs T's and sit on the harbour wall to eat them. You can buy your fresh fish here at the harbour – ask and they’ll keep it on ice for you if you want to continue your walk across the Bailey Bridge and along the River Blyth tow path the to pretty village of Walberswick. There are some lovely walks around this area, click here to find out more.
For the brave-hearted there is the Coastal Voyager for a speedy trip out to sea crash
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The Pink House is a cosy cottage situated in the heart of the iconic Edwardian seaside town of Southwold on the Suffolk Coast and has recently been listed in The Sunday Times 'Best 100 Holidays 2017'
"There's not much new to report in Southwold. It remains the prettiest resort on the Suffolk coast, with a bonkers pier, charming beach huts and fish shacks down by the harbour. The only thing that's changed is that, in this time of Brexit uncertainty, it's likely that all the best cottages will be snapped up by summer staycationers by the end of this month. So, if you want to live the dream, you'll need to act fast. The Pink House, which sleeps four, will do fine: it's your typical cosy 19th-century seaside cottage, near the Adnams brewery and a few doors up from the Sole Bay Inn."
The cottage is open plan on the ground floor with a galley style kitchen overlooking the courtyard and opening into the living and dining area with cosy woodburner for the cooler months. The proximity to the beach and high street, as well as the renowned Adnams Brewery and Distillery, makes The Pink House a great choice at any time of year.
Entrance: from the street and into the open plan livin area.
Open plan living area: table and chairs for four, sofa and chairs, multi-fuel woodburner, TV with Freeview and DVD player, CD player, iPod dock, books and games.
Kitchen: Galley style kitchen with gas cooker, fridge and microwave.Door to shared rear courtyard .Stairs to :
Bedroom 1: with double bed, wardrobe and dressing table, hairdryer.
Bedroom 2: bunk beds for children only, chest of drawers.
Bathroom: bath with shower over, hand basin and WC, washer dryer. Please note the bathroom is accessed through the bunk bedded room.
The cottage is available for short breaks and weekly holidays throughout the year.
Bed linen and towels are provided. A cot and high chair are also available.
A starter pack of logs, kindling and firelighters are provided for the woodburner from November to end of March; further supplies of firewood can be bought in the town. The shared courtyard has a table and chairs - the entrance to the property next door is accessed through the courtyard.
Parking is not designated and is on the street....