Strafford House, Aldeburgh self catering accommodation

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Strafford House, Aldeburgh

Quality Grade: 5

Sleeps: 12

Pets Allowed: No

Property Ref: BSK

Strafford House is one of Aldeburgh’s significant Grade II listed properties situated in the most desirable of locations with balconies overlooking the beach. Refurbished and superbly equipped, it is ideal for a traditional family holiday or get together with friends and can be booked for special occasions. On the ground floor there is a super sitting room with window seating giving great beach views, Sky TV and feature fireplace, a stylish dining hall with seating for 14 and double doors opening into the spacious kitchen and morning room. There is a first floor drawing room to enable guests to relax and enjoy the sea views from the comfort of their armchair as well as a superb bedroom suite on the top floor with en-suite bathroom, sofa bed, Sky TVs and two large bay windows, again overlooking the sea. As visitors enter Strafford House they will experience the history associated with it; there have been many famous visitors over the years including Thomas Hardy, J M Barrie, H G Wells, William Holman Hunt and W B Yeats. All the character and charm has been retained in this remarkable house but now it has the added benefit of Sky TV in four rooms, modern bathrooms and a well-equipped kitchen. Just a minute’s walk leads to Aldeburgh’s high street with its mix of shops, high quality restaurants and independant cinema. Aldeburgh is well known for its association with the composer Benjamin Britten; his inspired annual Arts and Music Festival is held at the nearby Snape Maltings, attracting many well known names and visitors. A convenient town for exploring the Suffolk Heritage Coast, just a short drive away are the towns of Southwold and Woodbridge as are the villages of Thorpeness, Orford, Dunwich and Walberswick. The RSPB reserve at Minsmere is easily accessible and a 15-mile journey south leads to the Sutton Hoo Anglo Saxon Burial Ground, one of Britain’s most important and atmospheric archaeological sites._Charming sitting room with Sky TV, feature fireplace and bay window. Dining hall (seats 14), double doors into kitchen/morning room with gas/electric range cooker, Sky TV, table and chairs. Utility. Cloakroom with shower cubicle/W.C. First floor: Spacious drawing room with Sky TV, single sofa bed (alternative sleeping), door to balcony with sea views. Twin-bedded room with bay window overlooking the sea, en-suite bathroom. Two twin-bedded rooms. Bathroom/W.C. with over-bath shower. Second floor: Large bedroom suite with 5ft bed, sofa bed, seating, two Sky TVs, en-suite bathroom. Two twin-bedded rooms, one with en-suite bathroom, one with en-suite shower room._ Elec and full gas CH incl Gas/elec range incl Roadside parking (for 2 cars); public car park 20 yds Shops 10 yds Five TVs (Sky - full package) Three video/DVDs CD Auto wm/tumbledryer M/wave D/washer F/freezer T/cot H/chair Small front garden and balcony Duvets with linen and towels Non-smokers only , Friday to Friday, .