200 year old self catering cottage in Suffolk

From $37 / night

Rutland, East, England
200 year old self catering cottage in Suffolk
2 bedrooms
3 guests
7 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 3
Type: Cottage
Per week: £210 - £280
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: No
Description of the Rutland vacation cottage rental
Driftway is a two hundred year old cottage which has been renovated to a high standard of modern comfort. Set in a row of pretty cottages in a peaceful part of Suffolk, it is off the beaten track, in the middle of ideal walking and cycling country, yet close to the Suffolk heritage coast.

The property is suitable for up to 4 people. The main bedroom has a king-size (5 ') double bed and the second bedroom has a single bed with another one stowed underneath. A travel cot is available on request.

The cottage has a large living room with traditional open fireplace. There is a door to the stairwell, leading to the two bedrooms and a shower-room with basin and WC. The kitchen is fully equipped and has a refrigerator, washing machine, cooker and micro-wave oven.

There is heating throughout and the cost of electricity is included in the rent. The cottage has a garden and parking for two cars at the front and a secure rear garden with herbaceous and perennial flowering plants and a patio. A portable barbecue and garden chairs are provided.

This is a peaceful retreat, and as such the cottage does not have a TV or telephone. It does, however, have a radio, CD/mini-disc and DVD player, as well as a stock of books and games.

Mike Haselip

Area Information
The Cottage is in Sotherton Corner, a hamlet mid-way between Southwold and Halesworth. It is convenient for:
The Suffolk heritage coast trail.
Coastal towns of Southwold and Aldburgh.
RSPB nature reserve at Minsmere.
Drowned village of Dunwich.
Facilities for fishing, riding, tennis and sailing.
Several golf courses in the area.
Norfolk Broads.
Riverside walks.
Notable churches including Blythburgh, Westhall, Wenhaston and Wangford.
The charming market town of Halesworth.
Village of Walberswick, with its nature reserve and annual crabbing competition.
Transport museum at Lowestoft.
Vinyards, wineries and breweries open to the public.
Suffolk Wildlife Reserve.
Local pubs and restaurants.
Concerts at Snape Maltings
If you are interested in researching your family history not only is Sotherton close to a number of churches but it is mid-way between the Record Offices in Ipswich and Lowestoft which house the records for this part of Suffolk.

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Nov 13 2016 Mar 31 2017 - - £210 - 1 Week
Apr 01 2017 Sep 30 2017 - - £225 - 1 Week
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