Built into part of an 18th Century building, Peak Hill Cottage is situated in the middle of woodland with a large back garden, perfect for children to run around and play in the treehouse. Put your feet up and enjoy the home comforts of the rustic furnishings and period features of the cottage, a great retreat to bask in the peace and quiet, yet close enough to enjoy the attractions and amenities nearby villages have to offer.
The interior of Peak Hill Cottage is packed with original features, from the abundance of exposed beams and inglenook with wood- burning stove in the sitting area. There is also a kitchen, dining room, cloakroom and a second sitting room.
The kitchen is fully- equipped with a range of appliances, such as an electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer/ dryer. There is a TV and DVD player in each of the sitting rooms, and for younger children, a travel cot and highchair are available.
The four bedrooms at Peak Hill Cottage consist of a king size bedroom with a 5 foot bed, a double bedroom with 4'6 bed, a single bedroom with a 3 foot bed and truckle bed for an additional child, and a single bedroom with a 3 foot bed.
There is also a family bathroom with shower over the bath and wc, and a further shower room with w.c.
The impressively large lawn garden includes a brick barbecue, outdoor furniture and a treehouse on stilts for the children to enjoy.
Strictly no smoking. No pets allowed. Free WiFi.
The village of Theberton is the perfect location for exploring nearby coastal towns, such as Orford, Aldeburgh, Southwold and Sutton Hoo. Activities ranging from golf, swimming, canoeing, cycling and crabbing, to rural walks, the popular animal park Africa Alive and Minsmere bird reserve, which features in BBC Springwatch. Southwold is a picturesque seaside town, boasting colourful beach huts, a pier and a beautiful sandy beach, and boating lake for pedalos.
Restaurants, tearooms, cafes, pubs farm shops, fish stalls and a smokery are just a short drive away, as are the towns of Saxmundham and Leiston, as is a train station that offers services into the bigger cities of Ipswich and London.