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About the Holiday Home

Downstairs the hub of the house is the kitchen-diner with an adjoining utility room with washing machine, fridge-freezer and ample space for coats and boots. A comfortable lounge with open fire and a downstairs w.c. complete the picture.

The first floor has three bedrooms :- a master with ensuite shower room and superking bed, a second twin bedroom (by prior arrangement beds can be linked to make another superking double) and a large twin room. By prior arrangement only a single bed put-u-up is available for a child at no extra cost. There is a bathroom with wc and overhead shower.

Stairs lead to the second floor with another cloakroom and two bedrooms. One double bedded room and one single. There is a cot on the landing. A stairgate can be fitted at the top of the stairs.

Outside, the lawned garden holds seating for up to ten. In the garden there is a washing line and there is a gate out to the front garden flower bed.

Postcode of cottage NR34 7NX.

  • Two well behaved dogs are welcome. Owners must agree to the dog ettiquette.
  • Children welcome: cot, stairgate and high chair provided: childrens' books on the landing.
  • For an Affordable Holiday at a reduced price, guests meet fuel costs and provide their own bedlinen and towels.
  • There is no charge for cleaning but guests are requested to leave the property in a clean, orderly condition.
  • Smart TV
  • Gas fired central heating
  • Free WiFi

  • Gas fired central heating
  • Free WiFi

About the area

Situated in a quiet residential close, we welcome guests who enjoy peace, quiet and a country community.

The village of Wrentham straddles the A12 but High House is quietly tucked away from the main road. The village has a village stores with part time post office, a wine shop, a clothes/general hardware shop, a children’s playground, a cafe and a pub. Another country pub is less than a mile away on the edge of the village.

Wrentham lies less than two miles from the Suffolk coast at Covehithe. Small supermarkets and boutique shops are a short country road drive away in Southwold – a delightfully old fashioned bucket and spade resort. High House is in the perfect location to enjoy a country or seaside holiday.

Suffolk is a great county for bird watchers, cyclists and walkers . Boat, kyack and paddleboard hire nearby on our Suffolk rivers like the Waveney at Beccles and on the Broads. Plenty to enjoy right on your doorstep.Family attractions like Africa Alive, Framlingham and Orford Castles and Camel Park are within a short drive.

Old piece of driftwood on a beach
Flowering heather on the broads
Beach huts on a sandy beach

Other Attractions

An image of Benacre Broad, disappearing into the sea

Covehithe, Benacre & Dunwich

Covehithe and Benacre, our neighbouring coastal parishes, are being stolen by the sea and have been for centuries – like Dunwich which was once a large town with a port.
Covehithe Church on a sunny day

Covehithe Church

The church is inland but a 15 minute walk along a footpath from there takes you to the beach. Fun for dogs and children! At the border with Norfolk, the Broads provide boating opportunities.
A beautiful Suffolk church

Historic churches and ancient buildings

Suffolk is favoured with many very pretty villages, historic towns, National Trust houses/ countryside and ancient buildings to visit (25 min drive to Somerleyton Hall). Castles are within easy reach. If you enjoy visiting historic churches, Suffolk is bursting with them!