Located just out of the centre of Aldeburgh in Suffolk, Fairfield Cottage sleeps 4 people, and is only a short walk to the centre of Aldeburgh - and the beach.
The pebble beach is only 100 yards away, and makes a nice place to spend the day; you can also take the coastal walk to nearby Thorpeness and hire a rowing boat on the Meare. Aldeburgh offers a range of cafes, pubs, restaurants and shops; and a couple of fish and chip shops - all of which can be easily walked to from Fairfield Cottage.
Should you fancy exploring some of Suffolk's other delights, you can visit Walberswick and Southwold a few miles up the road; or how about visiting Snape Maltings which has a few shops and a cafe. The National Trust property of Sutton Hoo is also worth a visit during your holiday at Fairfield Cottage.
There are 2 bedrooms at Fairfield Cottage, with both bedrooms being doubles, which means Fairfield Cottage sleeps 4 people. You have central heating and a wood burning stove; with a TV, CD player, DVD player and Wi-Fi all being included. Fairfield Cottage has a washing machine, tumble dryer and dish washer; your bed linen and towels are also included in the price of your holiday at Fairfield Cottage.
Outside you have a small garden with furniture, and parking for one car - there is additional parking just round the corner, on a car park.
Holidays at Fairfield Cottage start on a Saturday, with short breaks also being available.
Fairfield Cottage is set on a small road, off Aldeburgh's high street
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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.