The Hideaway, is a charming end-terrace fisherman's cottage located in a quiet residential area of the Suffolk coastal village of Kessingland.
Offering self-catering accommodation less than a five minute walk from the sand and shingle beach it is an ideal base for exploring the east coast.
Recently updated whilst retaining its original charming features, The Hideaway, offers comfortable and welcoming accommodation with two bedrooms, through bathroom, well-equipped kitchen and Gas Central Heating. It boasts a private enclosed and south facing courtyard, perfect for enjoying the Suffolk sunshine.
With local pubs, beautiful beaches, coastal resort towns and several historic houses all close by there’s plenty to explore.
The Hideaway has everything your group could require during your break to ensure it feels like the ultimate home away from home.
Kessingland is a relatively unspoilt, wild beach, and thanks to its size and rural location it rarely feels crowded, even during the sunniest summer days..
Swimming, and water sports such as wind surfing are popular here, and this part of the coastline is a good place to take bracing walks at any time of year. Benacre Nature Reserve can be found at the southern end of the beach and is home to a wide variety of bird life, particularly during spring when many migratory birds land here.
The beach can be accessed down a very short flight of steps. Alongside the village, a promenade runs behind the beach.
A number of cafes can be found at the beach front. Further facilities can be found in the centre of Kessingland, where a settlement has stood since Palaeolithic times, making the village and surrounding area of great interest to archaeologists. The village is also home to Africa Alive, an African-themed wildlife park.