The perfect rural escape for couples - a cosy, self-catering holiday cabin on the Suffolk coast with wonderful sea views.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Located on the peaceful Suffolk coastline within its own private grounds, The Easternmost Cabin is a beautiful retreat where couples can relax and leave the hustle and bustle behind. The cosy, comfortable and well-equipped cabin is just a two-minute walk from the secluded beach and is the perfect base from which to explore the surrounding area. Stunning sea views can be enjoyed from the comfort of the home or on the outdoor decking, which is a lovely spot to have breakfast or an evening drink.
The wonderful cabin features a surprisingly spacious open plan living area with an arched window that provides gorgeous views of the coast. When it’s time for tea, the modern kitchen is fully equipped with an oven, hob, fridge, dishwasher and other essentials. Meals can be shared inside at the table or outside on the decking if you fancy dining al fresco. There’s also a seating area with a widescreen TV and a comfy sofa for snuggling up in the evenings. The king size bedroom boasts impressive views of the beach and cliffs of Covehithe, as well as a luxuriously comfy bed and an ensuite shower room. The cabin can be enjoyed all year-round, with underfloor and central heating to keep you warm on cooler days.
Outside the property is the decked terrace and grassy green, which both have seating. Guests can cook a meal on the barbecue or share a bottle of something under the stars, whilst listening to the calming sounds of the waves and watching the boats go by. The garden extends to the end to the cliff edge where a small path leads down to the beach.
With the beach right on your doorstep, the cabin is ideally located for strolls down the scenic coastline, bathing in the sea or maybe even spotting some of the rarest wildlife in the country. A twenty-minute walk or very short drive down a private track will take you to Southwold. Known for its sandy beach, hut-lined promenade, working lighthouse and award-winning pier, the charming seaside town makes an excellent day out. As well lots of traditional fish and chip shops, there are also plenty of restaurants and pubs where you can eat, and shops to stock up on essentials.
3 nights stay from £571 - £647.
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