Cravens Manor, Southwold self catering accommodation

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Cravens Manor, Southwold

Quality Grade: 4

Sleeps: 12

Pets Allowed: No

Property Ref: BGY

Only 5 miles from Southwold, this magnificent 16th-century Tudor house stands in 2 acres of secluded gardens of lawns and mature trees, within which visitors enjoy sole use of an ,outdoor heated swimming-pool, with a large summer house, and an adjacent hard ,tennis court,. The spacious interior is heavily beamed throughout and has been carefully furnished to complement its age, providing a very comfortable holiday base for exploring the Suffolk coastline and surrounding area.Picturesque Southwold is a quiet and unspoilt seaside town with the shallow promenade and line of beach huts lending it a turn of the century air, and a selection of interesting shops, inns and good restaurants. Nearby Dunwich is a small remnant of a once thriving, sizeable town that has slowly and famously been engulfed by the sea, with a well-kept museum telling the dramatic story. Dunwich Heath has a National Trust car park commanding widespread views of Minsmere Nature Reserve, a bird-watchers’ paradise, and close by is Westleton Heath National Nature Reserve, one of the last surviving expanses of the east Suffolk Neolithic heathland. The attractive coastal town of Aldeburgh lies within easy reach, well known for its annual arts festival. Launched by Benjamin Britten, the festival served as a means to showcase the works of the composer, and those of his contemporaries, and soon moved to a collection of disused maltings, just south of the village of Snape. Converted into one of the finest concert hall venues in the country, the Snape Maltings complex makes an interesting place to browse around, even outside the summer festival period, with craft shops, galleries, pub and tearoom. Golf, fishing and sailing at Southwold. Riding 3 miles. Pubs 2 miles._Large entrance hall. Spacious, beamed living room with open beamed studwork separating reading area. Large dining-room. Drawing room with open fire. Large farmhouse kitchen. Pantry. Utility. Cloakroom/W.C. Two staircases to first floor: Playroom with TV. Beamed double bedroom with four-poster bed, en-suite dressing room and en-suite bathroom/W.C. with over-bath shower. One further double bedroom. Twin-bedded room. Bathroom/W.C. with over-bath shower. Second floor: Double bedroom. Two twin-bedded rooms. Bathroom/W.C. Sloping ceilings throughout second floor._ Elec and oil CH incl Open fire – fuel incl Parking Shop 1 mile Two TVs Video DVD Tel – incoming and emergency/local outgoing calls only Auto wm T/dryer M/wave D/washer Freezer Cot Garden with furniture and summerhouse Barbecue ,Hard tennis court , ,Outdoor heated swimming-pool, (June–mid Sept) Duvets with linen Non-smokers only .