- £1,184 per week
- £169 per night
- 13 Guests
- 6 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- No Pets
A traditional period property on Pier Avenue the heart of Southwold with fabulous views over the marshes and the sandy beach, shops and cafes nearby.
Marram House is a spacious family holiday home on the Suffolk coast - perfect for a self catering holiday in Southwold. This charming three storey property has six bedrooms and two bathrooms, offering comfortable holiday accommodation for family and friends looking for a seaside holiday. The kitchen dining/ room is well equipped with a large farmhouse style table and an Aga, a warm and welcoming spot to relax and chat over dinner. There’s a separate sitting room with plenty of seating for all guests as well as a playroom and conservatory. The six bedrooms are on the first and second floors, all nicely furnished and bright and airy. Outside there’s a lovely large split-level rear garden with lawned area, barbecue, terrace with table and chairs, steps to patio area, all fully enclose so a great option for children.
This delightful holiday home is in the popular Pier area with its pastel coloured beach huts and promenade. A great option for a seaside holiday on the Suffolk coast with all amenities close at hand.
Shop: 350 yards Pub: 350 yards Beach: 170 yards
Why we love this property... after a day on the beach or strolling around the town simply relax in the garden while the children let off steam!
Sitting room: TV, DVD, music centre, feature fireplace with electric fire. Kitchen/dining room: Electric cooker and hob, Aga, fridge freezer, fridge with icebox, microwave, dishwasher, large table and chairs, CD radio, electric fire. Utility room/playroom: Books, games and toys, fridge, washing machine, dryer, double doors onto the garden. Conservatory: Seating.
Cloakroom: Washbasin and WC.
Bedroom 1: Twin beds. Bedroom 2: Twin beds, connecting door to Bedroom 3 which is very convenient for young families. Bedroom 3: Double bed and cot. Bedroom 4: King size bed.
Bathroom: Bath with shower over, wash basin. Shower room: Shower, washbasin, WC .
Bedroom 5: Double bed. Bedroom 6: Three single beds. Shower room: Shower, wash basin and WC.
Outside: Fully enclosed large split-level rear garden with lawned area, barbecue, terrace with table and chairs, steps to patio area.
Parking: Driveway for one car and roadside parking
Sleeps: 13 in 6 bedrooms.
Minimum hire: 3 nights. High season minimum stay 1 week.
Pets: Sorry, no dogs.
Heating: Warm-air heating and electric fires.
Notes: Please note, stag and hen parties are not permitted at this property. Wi-Fi, linen provided, please bring your own towels. Travel cot available. Check in: 4pm. Check out: 10am.
Southwold Pier Area - It is often said that nothing changes in Southwold. However, the much-acclaimed pier was rebuilt in 2001 and was the first to be constructed in England in over fifty years. It now fits in well with the painted beach huts, promenade and colourful flowerbeds. There is a shop, cafes and an alternative amusement arcade there. The selection of properties' hereabouts makes it an ideal location to stay in Southwold if you require quiet accommodation that is also close to the beach, town centre and the many footpaths across the marshes leading you to the less explored areas of the town.
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 king/super-king bed
- 2 double beds
- 7 single beds
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 3 WCs
- Towels not provided
- Garden or courtyard
- Enclosed garden or courtyard
- Private parking
How far to ...?
- Beach 0.1 miles
- Pub 0.2 miles
- Shop 0.2 miles
- Welcome pack
- Ground floor WC
Important - please note
- Please note, stag and hen parties are not permitted at this property.
- Check in: 4:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
Marram House is a wonderful old house in a fantastic location. It has many fabulous original features and it was lovely and spacious for our large family gathering. The garden is also lovely and spacious. However, the house is in need of a very deep clean and a lot of TLC. We could barely open the 'conservatory' and back door to the garden. The wooden frames were so old and swollen, we were frightened that the glass in the doors would break when opening and closing them. The lounge sofas were old and could do with replacing. The cushions on the sofas also had rather unpleasant aromas, we had to remove them from the sofas. The kitchen wasn't very well equipped and most of the crockery and saucepans were dirty with unpleasant scratched surfaces on the saucepans. Most of the surfaces were sticky. The dishwasher was not very efficient, the dishes came out dirty. There were only 3 dishwasher tabs left for us, so we spent lots of time washing dishes and pans. Weirdly, there were about five 'steamers' for veg, but not one of them fitted either of the two available saucepans. There were only two tea towels. The bedrooms were spacious and comfy, but felt dusty, especially the curtains. We also found previous guests underwear in chest of draws in the front bedroom, the one with the cot, which, although we saw funny side, was rather unpleasant. The bathrooms were adequate, but could be updated without spoiling the character of the house. Having said all that we all loved Marram House, we didn't let these issues spoil our fun, but it would be so much improved by a good clean, new saucepans and new dishwasher.