Just a stone’s throw from the sea, Reading Room Cottage is a charming period cottage in an outstanding position that boasts both sea views and off street parking. This period cottage is located between the renowned Lord Nelson Inn and the historic Sailors Reading Room Museum.
The cottage enjoys wonderful sea views from the sitting room and master bedroom, through the original ornate windows. Packed full of original character features such as the beautiful floor tiles in the kitchen and wood panelling in the dining area, Reading Room Cottage is both warm and welcoming with a quintessential seaside cottage feel. The rear courtyard with garden furniture is ideal for watching the world go by.
The cottage has a cosy sitting room, dining area leading to small kitchen area with contemporary units and worktops. On the first floor there are three good sized bedrooms with the master bedroom benefiting from those wonderful views of the sea.
What we love about this property
It’s all about the location with Reading Room Cottage. It is perfectly centred for enjoying the beach, High Street shops and exploring the range of local Adnams Ales in one of the most popular Suffolk pubs.
Sitting Room: TV, DVD player, electric fire.
Kitchen/Dining Area: Electric hob, fridge, dishwasher, dining table and chairs, electric oven and hob, microwave.
Shower Room: Double shower cubicle, washbasin and WC, washing machine.
Garden: Rear courtyard with garden furniture and outside WC. Small terrace to the front with attractive garden.
Steep stairs with handrail, one step either side at top of stairs, leading to
Master Bedroom: Double bed.
Bedroom 2: Twin beds.
Bedroom 3: Bunk beds.
Need to know
All bed linen is provided but please bring your own towels.
The property has gas central heating.
There is parking for one car next to the cottage (please note sufficient room for access to neighbouring Cliff House is required at all times).
Due to the age of the cottage there are steep stairs and therefore bookings with children need to be checked with Durrants Holiday Cottages first.