Two Cottages - Suffolk Holidays
Middleton & Blythburgh
on The Suffolk Coast
- 3 dog friendly cottages in Suffolk
- Relaxing holiday in stunning scenery
- Small family run business
- Four Star by the English Tourist Board
- Perfect base to explore the area
- Near Southwold, Dunwich, RSPB minsmere
Two Cottages - Suffolk Holidays - Dog Friendly Cottages in Suffolk
For a relaxing holiday in stunning scenery or a weekend of fantastic walks, our Suffolk cottages are situated in secluded spots close to Southwold, Dunwich, Halesworth and RSPB Minsmere.
Renovated and updated, our cottages provide luxury in a homely atmosphere, making them a perfect base to explore the area, as well as a cosy cottage to curl up in for a week.
All our cottages are rated Four Star by the English Tourist Board
Chantry Cottage in Blythburgh is a picturesque detached late Georgian house in the heart of the beautiful village of Blythburgh and opposite a fine medieval church which hosts many musical concerts.
The cottage will accommodate up to four people in three bedrooms; two doubles (upstairs) and one single room downstairs - the choice is yours.
It has two bathrooms, one upstairs and one downstairs and is an ideal retreat for couples, families, walkers, music lovers and bird watchers. Well behaved dogs and children are welcome.
Flint Cottage in Wenhaston, nr Halesworth, Suffolk - is a picturesque terraced late Georgian house in the heart of the beautiful village of Wenhaston and opposite a fine medieval church.
The cottage will accommodate up to two people in one large bedroom.
It has an upstairs bathroom adjoining the bedroom and is an ideal retreat for single people, couples, walkers, music lovers and bird watchers. Well behaved dogs are welcome.
Nil-Desperandum Cottage is a 17th-century oak framed cottage, in the quiet village of Middleton, Suffolk. It contains original features with up to date amenities. Sleeping 4, the cottage is perfect for family holidays and for couples wanting a romantic hideaway.
The story behind the cottage's unusual name is that it was supposedly made from the timbers of a ship called Nil-Desperandum, which was wrecked off the coast of Dunwich 400 years ago.
Close to the centre of the village, but set well back from the road, the cottage has good sized gardens (enclosed to the rear) and parking for 2 cars.
“We stayed at Chantry cottage over the festive period - and to say the place is idyllic is an understatement. When we arrived, the cottage was warm and inviting, with a bottle of wine that welcomed us with open arms. The magnificent Blythburgh church that stands opposite was beautifully lit and the village was peaceful and quaint. The perfect setting for a yuletide getaway (think: Rose Cottage in 'The Holiday') with log burner and twinkling Christmas tree to match. There are plenty of walks accessible right from the front door, or if you'd rather skip to the pub lunch at the end (like us), there's a cosy stop just around the corner that offers a wicked list of food, beverages and friendly staff to complement. The sun pouring into our bedroom window on a frosty Christmas morning was the tree-topping-star of our stay. We finally understand that feeling of 'Hygge' the Danish go on about! We left Chantry well-rested, ready to face the big bad world once again - but we know we'll be retreating back here again soon enough!”
- Natalie Hartley