Where better place to stay in Southwold than in a Fisherman’s Cottage.
This delightful property has been beautifully renovated to offer
stylish coastal accommodation for up to 8 guests. It’s all in the
detail and the owners of Fisherman’s Cottage have put a great deal of
thought into that. The result - shuttered windows, elegant grey sofas
with gold cushions, open fireplaces with wood burning stoves (three in
total) and a fabulous range cooker to make your holiday catering a
little less onerous. Bedrooms are beautifully decorated in blue and
white with pretty bedding and adding to the coastal charm. Outside the
pretty courtyard garden is delightful, furnished with blue painted
table and chairs… perfect for alfresco dining and sipping cocktails as
the sun sets. What more could you ask for?
Southwold has some great shops, cafes, delis, pubs and restaurants so
you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to dining. Alternatively visit
one of the independent grocers, bakers and butchers and cook up a
treat. A visit to Southwold wouldn’t be complete without heading off to
the pier, dating back to the 1900’s, it was originally built as a
landing point for the steamships which use to stop off at the town.
Don’t forget to visit the lighthouse - this distinctive landmark at the
centre of the town has been guiding vessels into the historical harbour
since the late 1800’s.