- DVD player
- Internet Access
- Linen provided
- Washing Machine
- Beach within 30km
- Golf within 30km
- Other rental properties on site
- Pet Friendly
- Short breaks available
On the banks of the River Stour, within a historic brickyard, you will find this beautifully converted potting shed - the perfect setting for a relaxing and romantic getaway. If you’re looking for calm and seclusion by the water you’ll find them here.
Once a simple shed, this delightful property is now a light, contemporary space where you can enjoy cosy interiors, mature gardens and sunsets over the river. The interiors are airy and stylish, the greenhouse is a wonderful sun trap, the surrounding grounds are picturesque and peaceful and the Suffolk Heritage Coast is an idyllic setting for long walks and pub lunches. This has the makings of a very unique holiday.
Come rain, shine or snow, this is a magical location - a short stroll will take you to a local pub, longer walks will take you to other charming eateries and the RSPB mudflats are right on your doorstep. The Shotley Peninsula and the beautiful Suffolk Heritage Coast stretch out around you, waiting to be explored, and towns like Mistley, Parkeston Quay, Harwich and Felixstowe are well worth a visit.
The track to the yard can be a bit bumpy, especially if it has been raining.
Nearest Train Station:
At one end of the property there is a double bedroom with antique furniture and a platform bed accessed by a ladder. At the other end there is a kitchen, a shower/toilet and a greenhouse with two mature vines and a variety of other plants, and to the front there is a conservatory with wooden floors, a dining table and a wood burning stove.
The shed nestles within a mature garden complete with a brick terrace, a selection of pots, a large old slate table and chairs and a barbecue. Through the garden and down to the river there is a private enclosed terrace where you can watch the sun rise or the birds feeding on the mud flats.
Conditions of Rental
Bedding, towels and a welcome basket are included, and there is a