- £680 per week
- £97 per night
- 5 Guests
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- No Pets
There is a light and modern interior to this semi-detached period town house situated in the centre of the historic market town of Woodbridge. With large and open rooms, the house is perfect for families wishing to explore the Suffolk Coast in style. Just seconds from local eateries and shops and just over one hour from London by train - leave the car at home!
About this Woodbridge Property: This beautifully presented semi-detached period town house has been completely refurbished to provide contemporary holiday accommodation for up to 5. The front door opens onto a generous sized hall with storage; doors lead to the sitting room on one side and kitchen/diner on the other. Both main entertainment rooms are large and spacious, the sitting room benefits from an elegant contemporary log burning stove, so perfect for winter nights. The fully fitted kitchen too has the holidaymaker in mind, with a sleek finish as well as plenty of storage space and equipment. There is a ground floor shower room, perfect after a day's sailing or a trip to the seaside. Doors from the dining area lead out on to the fully fenced courtyard garden, a delight in the summer for barbecue al fresco dining. The layout of 19 New Street flows naturally and beautifully and whilst still providing areas for quiet reflection and family fun. The spacious feel continues upstairs with 3 generous bedrooms and a family bathroom. The Double Bedroom also has the addition of a sheltered balcony, with views over the Woodbridge rooftops, ideal for early risers who enjoy a morning coffee.
Due to the nature of the property, 19 New Street is only suitable for children aged 5 +. Babes in arms however are welcome.
Exploring: 19 New Street could not be in a better location. Situated in the very centre of the historic market town of Woodbridge, the popular Thoroughfare is just seconds from the front door. There is plenty to do in the area. Keen walkers will love taking a stroll along the picturesque River Deben with plenty of paths to choose from. Perfect for anyone keen on the water, there are opportunities for sailing, canoeing and boat trips within a few minutes walk. Historians too will want to pay a visit to the Anglo-Saxon burial site at Sutton Hoo, just a 10 minute drive away, along with the Tide Mill Museum in Woodbridge itself - one of the first in the country!
For the children, there is plenty to do. The Thoroughfare is bursting with shops including well known high street brands and some independent ones too. Woodbridge also has two generous sized parks - Elmhurst and Kingston, both of which are perfect for picnics or a game of football. The cinema at The Riverside is also popular with families, showing a variety of genres daily.
Parking: There is no designated parking at 19 New Street. There is a car park around the corner (less than a minute on foot) with free parking between 6:00 pm and 8:00 am as well as plenty of others in Woodbridge, and free parking on the streets nearby, in particular, Castle Street. Parking permits can be purchased for the car park at £10 per week from the Tourist Information Centre but these cannot be used at the nearest car park.
Leave the car at home and take the train. With a train station within a 10 minute walk of 19 New Street, you can get to Woodbridge from London Liverpool Street in just over an hour.
Self Catering Eating and Drinking: Woodbridge is a foodie haven - just next door is The Bakehouse Bakery, round the corner is Cook (top quality frozen food). There's also an old fashioned sweet shop, a butcher, fishmonger, outstanding greengrocer, another excellent award winning bakery, farmer's market (2nd and 4th Saturday of every month, held in the community hall behind the Deben swimming pool), regular weekly market (Thursday mornings, in the Hamblin Road car park) and two small supermarkets (Budgens and Co-op) with good selections of local produce. And if you need some good wine or beer to go with your good food you've got Woodbridge Wines on the Thoroughfare and the Adnams shop (who also do some excellent treats and nibbles) near the train station.
Eating and Drinking Out: Where to begin? You really are spoilt for choice. Woodbridge boasts far more good eateries than a town of its size really should. Good eating pubs include The Anchor, The Kings Head and The Angel (NB if you like a G&T The Angel is a must-visit, stocking over 220 gins with a variety of tonics, along with a fabulous selection of other spirits, real ales and lagers). Nearby The Old Mariner serves tapas, while Ye Olde Bell and Steelyard apparently does a great Sunday roast. Restaurants range from family-friendly dining at Prezzo (Italian) and the East Coast Diner (posh hotdogs, pizzas and cocktails), to the more 'grown-up' venues ofThe Table, The Galley,The Riverside (one-stop date-night restaurant and cinema) and The Crown. If you like a curry there is a choice of three good Indian restaurants within a short walk of 19 New Street at Charisma, the Shapla and the Royal Bengal, and for Chinese food you have the Golden Panda.
You've also got a lovely selection of cafes and coffee shops for light lunches and snacks - Wild Strawberry Cafe, Honey & Harvey, The Firestation, The Tea Hut, The Pavilion, Mrs Pipers Tea Shop, Georgian Coffee House... and all of these eateries and more are within easy walking distance of 19 New Street!
For lots more information on the local area, check out Visit Woodbridge.
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 king/super-king bed
- 1 double bed
- 1 single bed
- 2 bathrooms
- Towels provided
- Family friendly
- Enclosed garden
How far to ...?
- Pub 0.1 miles
- Shop 0.1 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Ground floor bath/shower room
Excellent position for all nearby amenities courtyard garden a real bonus