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Chantry Cottage Blythburgh, Southwold & surrounding area

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An ideal retreat for couples, families, walkers, music lovers and bird watchers. Blythburgh, set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just inland from Southwold Dunwich and Walberswick, is close to the RSPB’s Minsmere nature reserve, the location for BBC Springwatch. Chantry Cottage combines charm and character with comfort and convenience. The cosy sitting room has a wood burning stove and there is a dining room and separate kitchen. Bespoke wooden windows provide extra comfort and style. Both upstairs bedrooms enjoy views over the pretty cottage garden, towards the Church and the Blyth Estuary.

Here is the starting point for numerous walks along the coast or inland along the River Blyth to Wenhaston and Halesworth and is convenient for music lovers attending the Latitude Festival at Henham Hall and the Aldeburgh Festival.
The White Hart, just a few minutes walk from the cottage, serves home cooked meals.


Central HeatingClose to pubDishwasherDVD playerElectric CookerFreezerFridgeGarden FurnitureGarden/CourtyardGround Floor BedroomLog Burner / Open FireMicrowaveOne DogParkingTelevisionTowels providedTravel cot/ cotTV with FreeviewWashing MachineWiFi


Ground Floor:

Sitting room
With a flatscreen television and DVD player and a cosy wood burning stove.
Dining room
Large room with table and chairs with access from the kitchen and utility room. Plenty of books and games.
Well equipped with an eye level oven, ceramic hotplate, microwave, dishwasher and fridge with separate freezer. The kitchen door leads into the garden.
Utility room
With its own back door, the large utility room has a sink, washing machine and drying rack with ample storage space for bicycles, walking boots and coats. Another door from here leads to the dining room.
Bedroom three
Singe sized brass bed.
En-suite shower room
With power shower, WC and hand basin. Heated towel rail.

First Floor:
Bedroom one
King-size brass bed. Delightful views over Blythburgh Church and the cottage garden.
Bedroom two
Double sized brass bed with views over the South facing garden.

To the front of the garden there is a gravelled area providing off road parking for two cars and a good sized South facing garden with a small terrace and seating area.

Additional Information:
The garden is very private and not overlooked, it is reasonably secure but not completely dog proof.
One well behaved dog is welcome (small additional charge).

Floor plan

Surrounding local area

Chantry Cottage is opposite the imposing Church in Blythburgh which dominates the surrounding countryside and estuary. The Church, sometimes called the Cathedral of the Marshes hosts a number of events and concerts throughout the year. There is a pub in the village, The White Hart a short walk from the Cottage.

If you are interested in walking there are numerous footpaths heading towards Walberswick and Southwold taking in the views of the River Blyth. This also provides an excellent opportunity for bird and wildlife watching. RSPB Minsmere is approximately 20 minutes drive. Both Southwold and Walberswick have a number of excellent restaurants and cafes to tempt you following your exertions or join a tour of the Adnams brewery and distillery to find out how the drinks are made.

Looking further afield, Beccles sits on the border between Norfolk and Suffolk. This is a pretty market town with a number of independent shops. The town has access to the Broads via the River Waveney and there are opportunities to explore the river either on your own or with a crewed boat. If you are interested in historic houses Somerleyton Hall is a fine example of Victorian architecture with 12 acres of gardens designed by William Andrews Nesfield.

Although there is a lot on offer in the local areas surrounding Chantry Cottage you will find a cozy, peaceful hideaway when you return at the end of the day to relax in the cottage.

Guest reviews

Delightful and very comfortable cottage, lovely position in the village with splendid views of a truly magnificent mediaeval church, excellent location for exploring the Suffolk coast and AONB. Very well presented and exceptionally well equipped. The kitchen wanted for almost nothing. Bravo!

Mr A Stubbs, September 2018
1 of 2

It was a short break with our elderly parents, the character of the cottage was superb, it was a very lovely cottage. The communication and instructions were very clear, the setting was superb as was the cottage.

W.Dagnan, June 2018
2 of 2

Welcome hamper included

A complimentary hamper will be awaiting you on your arrival containing milk, tea, fresh coffee, bread, butter, eggs, juice, wine and cheese, along with other essential items to prepare a light snack or breakfast. There may be some regional variations.


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