On the edge of the Norfolk and Suffolk border, this contemporary bungalow provides a great base from which to explore the many varied attractions found in this beautiful part of East Anglia.
Ideal for a romantic getaway, this contemporary bungalow for two guests is on the edge of the Norfolk and Suffolk border and provides a fantastic retreat for couples, plus one beloved canine companion. Within the surrounding villages of Pakefield and Kessingland, you will find everything you need for a relaxing holiday from traditional seaside strolls to romantic eateries. Located less than a mile from the sea on the Suffolk coast, Pakefield Beach is dog friendly all year round, perfect for relaxing walks. Take a trip inland, approximately 13 miles, to the magical waterways of the Norfolk Broads or the many English Heritage sites that dot the landscape, welcoming all members of your family – human or canine!
Arriving at the property, this bungalow will entice you with its brightly coloured décor. Curl up in the lounge and catch up on any must-see programmes or rustle up something tasty in the kitchen. When night falls, the double bedroom beckons. Outside is a private, enclosed garden with garden furniture and a charcoal BBQ, perfect for your four-legged friend to stretch his legs while you relax on the bench overlooking the pond.
Further afield, 13 miles north, Great Yarmouth offers a traditional seaside day out, with amusements, a funfair, a popular market and a lovely beach; the dunes to the north are dog-friendly all year round. To the south, the towns of Southwold (10 miles away) and Aldeburgh (25 miles) are a must-visit for any stay in Suffolk. The Southwold Ferry takes you on a gentle crossing on the River Blyth and there is no charge to bring along your canine companion. While in Aldeburgh, music lovers can visit The Red House – the home of composer and art collector, Benjamin Britten.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.