A traditional beamed cottage retaining many original features, Whitewalls has been let through Suffolk Cottage Holidays for more than a decade.
Fully refurbished and considerably extended in 2016/17, the property has lost none of its traditional charm. With the clever use of oak and glazing, the dining room, hall and new kitchen are bathed in light. a third double bedroom, two bathrooms and a lovely contemporary kitchen have been included. The perfect property for family or friends, Whitewalls is in the Suffolk coastal village of Snape, close to the Alde Estuary and the sea and a very short walk from Snape Maltings Concert Hall.
ALDEBURGH 6 miles (9.5 km), ORFORD 7 miles (11 km), SOUTHWOLD 18 miles (29 km), DUNWICH 17 miles (27 km)
The property: Refurbished throughout, the cottage has been beautifully extended to include several glaszed walls which bring loads of additional light into this delightful traditional Suffolk cottage. A brand new bright and sunny fitted kitchen with island unit with breakfast bar; the wall facing the garden now has fully opening bi-fold door opening onto the garden where, in summer, there is a table and chairs directly in front of you.
A tasteful mix of contemporary design and original features, the hall has traditional white brick flooring throughout, whist the sitting room and dining room retain the old malting pamment tiles, once a feature of the maltings house at the Snape Maltings. The dining room retains its original bread oven whilst the sitting room has a new wood burning stove in the old inglenook fireplace.
A new wooden staircase leads stright up to the 1st floor where there are three good sized bedrooms, two of which have the choice of singles / superking beds, the third has twin beds.
The garden has been charmingly landscaped to create discreet seating areas amongsth the shrubs and trees and new willow fencing to give privacy within the garden.
Parking: There is parking in the drive for 1 to 2 cars
The Area: In the heart of the Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in the centre of the tiny village of Snape, this delightful little beamed cottage makes the perfect base for enjoying the many concerts and activities at the Snape Maltings, the International Concert Hall. Snape has a lot to offer: a complex of shops, restaurants, galleries at Snape Maltings, three excellent village pubs all serving food, a village shop, fabulous riverside and coastal walks and lots of opportunities for off road cycling near by.
Just ten minutes drive from the pretty seaside town of Aldeburgh, with its golf course, sailing and yacht clubs, gently sloping beach and fine restaurants you can be assured of a really wonderful holiday. And not to forget the famous Fish and Chips, you may have a to queue but they're well worth the wait! Walkers will enjoy the five mile walk - The Sailor's Path - which takes one beside the estuary and across some beautiful heath walks, marshland broad walks and woodland paths to the sea at Aldeburgh.
- Sleeps 6
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 1 Well-behaved pet allowed
- WiFi available
- Friday changeover
- Open fire/woodburner
- Bed linen provided
- Towels provided
- Travel cot
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- No smoking
- Enclosed garden
- Nearest shop 0.1 mile
- Nearest pub 0.1 mile
- 5.5 miles from the coast
- Ground floor bathroom
- A good sized cottage garden, newly landscaped with garden furniture and charcoal barbecue
- Parking in drive for one car (two if they are small)
- Electricity, bed linen and towels are provided, please bring your own beach towels
- In consideration of other visitors please do not smoke in the cottage
- A wifi service is provided, there is also a phone - please leave money for calls if used
- Air source central heating to the ground floor and for water heating, electric radiators for the first floor
- There is parking for bicycles in the garden shed
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|Band||Date Range||7 night price *|
|A||21st April 2017 - 4th May 2017||£687.00|
|B||5th May 2017 - 25th May 2017||£780.00|
|C||26th May 2017 - 1st June 2017||£927.00|
|B||2nd June 2017 - 20th July 2017||£780.00|
|C||21st July 2017 - 31st August 2017||£927.00|
|B||1st September 2017 - 28th September 2017||£780.00|
|A||29th September 2017 - 19th October 2017||£687.00|
|B||20th October 2017 - 26th October 2017||£780.00|
|A||27th October 2017 - 21st December 2017||£687.00|
|C||22nd December 2017 - 24th December 2017||£927.00|
* Please note: guide prices are based on the current year's prices and do not include optional items such as pet fees.