Beautiful Thorpeness Rental sleeping up to 5 guests
S10251 is a modern family home located in the heart of Thorpeness.
S10251 is a modern, charming and cosy property situated in the heart of Thorpeness. It has been tastefully furnished with attention being paid to the details and for the comfort of the guests. A conservatory overlooking the pleasant enclosed rear garden is a real sun trap and makes a welcome addition to this comfortable holiday choice. The beach and the Meare are just a few minutes' stroll away. You will find S10251 a relaxing base for exploring this area of great countryside and small attractive towns such as Aldeburgh, Southwold and Snape. Also rspb Minsmere nature reserve, famous now for BBC Springwatch, is only fifteen minutes drive away. Shop: 15 yards Pub: 25 yards.
Sitting Room: HD Smart flat screen TV with internet access, DVD, CD, hi-fi, open fire.
Dining Room: Table and chairs.
Kitchen: Electric oven and hob, fridge freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer.
Shower Room: Shower, washbasin and wc.
Bedroom 1: King size bed.
Bedroom 2: Double bed.
Bedroom 3: Single bed.
Bathroom: Bath, overbath shower, washbasin and wc.
Garden: Enclosed rear garden with furniture.
Parking: Off-road parking.
Heating: Gas heating.
Pets: One well-behaved pet welcome.
Notes: Wi-fi and towels provided.
Just a mile north of Aldeburgh is this fascinating seaside village built in the 1920s by Glencairn Stuart Ogilvie , an architect, barrister, playwright and good friend of J.M.Barrie the author of Peter Pan. The mock Tudor style buildings are now the hallmark of Thorpeness where the amenities include the popular Dolphin Inn with great beers and food , the Thorpeness Hotel with its 18 hole golf course , the Thorpeness Country Club with social facilities, children's club in school holidays and a thriving tennis facility and The Meare - a large shallow boating lake that is a recreation of the Peter Pan story. Close by the Meare are both traditional tea rooms and also a more contemporary Kitchen & Bar establishment housed in the same building as the renowned Thorpeness Emporium. Thorpeness also has "The House in the Clouds" and it's own fully renovated Windmill. The beaches are mainly sandy and behind the village is a myriad of footpaths over heath and common land. Where else might you find the proposition of a lovely, attractive and friendly village bordered on one side by the North Sea and the Meare on the other ? We think it is Unique?