You'll find Church Farm Lodge within ½ mile of the Crag Path - which runs along the coast in Aldeburgh. Church Farm Lodge sleeps 4 people in 2 bedrooms, and is an excellent location to explore both the coast and countryside in this part of Suffolk.
You can easily walk frim Church Farm Lodge into the centre of Aldeburgh - with its choice of pubs and restaurants. There are a couple of locally famous fish and chip shops too - there's nothing better than getting some chips and eating them by the beach, looking out to sea! You can then walk along Crag Path, heading north, into Thorpeness (about 2 miles from Church Farm Lodge). You'll see the distinctive "House in the Clouds" on your walk too. Head south out of Aldeburgh takes you passed the Martello Tower.
Along the coast, you have several towns to explore. There Dunwich, with its surrounding heaths. Or Southwold, home of the Adnams Brewery - and with a working harbour to walk along; catch the row boat ferry to Walberswick too!
If you think that Church Farm Lodge could be the place for you, find
out more information from
Rural Retreats, why not pop
over and see whether this cottage is available for your holiday dates. You can also find Church Farm Lodge on a map.
The cottages listed below have all been selected cottages and are within 50 miles of Church Farm Lodge.
Orchard Cottage in Suffolk. A small holiday cottage sleeping 2 people, Orchard Cottage makes a perfect rural retreat. Available from Hoseasons, this holiday cottage is worth a look if you're thinking of staying in rural Suffolk...
Four Seasons, a large holiday accommodation in the village of Scratby, just north of Great Yarmouth in Norfolk. Sleeping 8 people, this cottage is big enough for the largest of families. "Four Seasons" boasts fantastic sea views too; you'll be able to enjoy your first cup of tea of the day while watching the sun come up over the sea.
Greystones in Walcott. This large holiday home on the North Norfolk coast makes a great destination for a get-together for friends and family. Close to a pub, close to a shop, and close to the beach - Greystones sleeps 11 people. Well worth a look if you're looking for a large holiday cottage on the east coast.
An apartment near The Staithe at Stalham in Norfolk, Coots Nest at Burton Mill sleeps 3 people, and makes a good place for those looking to make the most of the Norfolk Broads and the North Norfolk Coast
Discover the delights of Suffolk with a cottage holiday at Starlings in Yoxford. Sleeping 7 people in 4 bedrooms, Starlings makes a good place to stay to visit places like Aldeburgh, Thorpeness and Southwold
Enjoy some of Norfolk's tranquillity with a few days at Pitt Farm Barn near North Walsham. A lovely holiday cottages which sleeps 5 people, Pitt Farm Barn is a good place to come and see the sights and sounds of the Norfolk countryside.
Enjoy Norwich, the Norfolkk Broads and the North Norfolk Coast during your cottage break at Manor Farm Retreat. Sleeping 10 people, Manor Farm Retreat is a good place to share a holiday with friends and family.
You'll find Wheatacre Hall Barns in Beccles on the Norfolk/Suffolk border. Wheatacre Hall Barns has several barn conversions on this working farm: Mallard, Coot, Widgeon, Teal, Woodcock, Snipe, Pheasant, Partridge
Set in the heart of Norfolk, Sycamore House near Attleborough can be found in the village of Deopham Green. Sycamore House sleeps 8 people in 4 bedrooms, with your bed also allowed to holiday with you.