A charming, single story cottage for two, in the village of Eastbridge, on the curtilage of Minsmere RSPB reserve.
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|7 Night Stay
|Fri 23 Feb 2024 to Fri 29 Mar 2024
|Fri 29 Mar 2024 to Fri 12 Apr 2024
|Fri 12 Apr 2024 to Fri 24 May 2024
|Fri 24 May 2024 to Fri 31 May 2024
|Fri 31 May 2024 to Fri 05 Jul 2024
|Fri 05 Jul 2024 to Fri 19 Jul 2024
|Fri 19 Jul 2024 to Fri 30 Aug 2024
|Fri 30 Aug 2024 to Fri 25 Oct 2024
|Fri 25 Oct 2024 to Fri 01 Nov 2024
|Fri 01 Nov 2024 to Fri 20 Dec 2024
With a classic, country sitting room and a well appointed kitchen, The Studio is just perfect for two, with a wood burning stove, rural views and a private veranda where you can enjoy your escape to the country. The village of Eastbridge is ideally positioned at the gateway to Minsmere nature reserve and a short walk to a stunning stretch of Suffolk's heritage coast, thereby offering a variety of fabulous walks. The coastal towns of Aldeburgh and Thorpeness are a short drive away and the legendary town of Dunwich is close enough to walk.
Small but perfectly formed, the Studio is a great place to retreat from the world. It's ideal for a couple and Janet couldn't have been nicer when we forgot to check the box to say our dog was coming with us. We left some money after damaging a placemat and she sent a note to thank us. A great stay at a lovely place Gabrielle, (Stayed December 2019)
A great space in an excellent location Norman, (Stayed November 2019)
“Quiet and peaceful studio with comfortable sofa bed. Well-equipped kitchen and excellent shower. Off-road parking on a drive behind a gate. Private outdoor space to sit in. Janet was a friendly and helpful host.” Ruth, (Stayed July 2019)
Friendly food pub 2 mins away. Walks to the coast and around Minsmere. Handy for Dunwich, Aldeburgh and Southwold. Dog friendly. Clean, flowers in room, wine, bread, fruit, and water on arrival. Wildlife - we had a pheasant on the fence just outside. You could have baked a cake or prepared a roast dinner with the available kitchen equipment Paul, (Stayed July 2019)
“What a lovely place! Perfect location for exploring minsmere and the local pub in the village is a real gem! You can easily walk into minsmere from the cottage as we did, and then you can spot even more birds and listen out for bitterns on your way in. The cottage was lovely, and it was great to have some supplies left for us on our arrival. Thoroughly recommend.” Jessica, (Stayed May 2019)
Gorgeous and cosy! I would highly recommend this place. If you come after dark, a torch is absolutely imperative because there are pretty much no lights around - on the plus side, you will see an amazing starry night if it's clear - a real treat. You can create a mini weather system in the (awesome) shower, though don't forget to switch the boiler on beforehand, and cook up a feast in the well-equipped kitchen if you like , but there are some good places to eat (e.g. Regatta in Aldeburgh) as well. Wenye, (Stayed May 2019)
Best equipped cottage we have stayed in. Lovely private garden area to sit in, which gets the sun for breakfast! Fantastic walks, especially through woods and heathland to the National Trust coastguard cottage tea room, and to Minsmere bird reserve. The village has a friendly pub, the Eel's Foot, which does evening meals, and music some weekends. We came without a car, by train to Darsham station then by taxi (you MUST book in advance one of the Halesworth or Leiston taxis, or you will be stranded!). and beware, there are no shops in the village, nearest shops are 3 miles away, so if you come without a car, bring provisions with you as we did (although the cottage kindly had left us some milk and fruit). A great place for an active walking weekend, or for a tranquil time with books. Helen, (Stayed February 2019)
This is a delightful little cottage, tucked out of sight in a quiet location. It is ideal as a comfortable base for walking, bird watching and sightseeing. The owners ( who are local if needed) made us welcome with little extras. When we arrived there was a ready lit fire in the wood burner (it was mid' February when we stayed) fresh flowers, some fresh fruit and a few basic supplies Helen, (Stayed February 2019)
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