Sundial Cottage (Aldeburgh, Suffolk) Reviews
Description:Holiday cottage in the coastal town of Aldeburgh, Suffolk.
Newest Review: ... we were there so we didn't need to try it out. It looked like it would create a very cosy ambience in the winter though! The living room decor is quite nautical with cream and blue. There was a large sofa, a matching chair and a wicker chair placed in the bay window recess, as well as a large sturdy wooden coffee table and TV cabinet. The TV was a flatscreen, but there was no DVD player ... more
Customer Sundial Cottage (Aldeburgh, Suffolk) Reviews (1)
by - written on 24/07/12 (Very useful, 23 readings)
We only went 50 miles away for our summer holiday but Aldeburgh is lovely (we have stayed here before for a night at The Brudenell hotel) and when we were looking for a cottage to stay in, this one jumped out at us because of it's brilliantly central location and lovely gardens (front and back). The cottage is situated in a small side road that links the seafront and the high street. It is mid terrace and a traditional cottage with a contemporary feel. Above the door is the sundial that gives the cottage its name, and the door is a stable door (where the top can be opened out as a window) which was very nice for airing the living room! The room ... Read the complete review
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