Two holiday lets sleeping 2 and 4Situated on the Norfolk/Suffolk border in the lovely Waveney valley, Withersdale Cross cottages are the perfect base from which to explore the beauty of both counties.
Converted in 2011 these Grade II listed cottages provide high quality self-catering accommodation. The Golden Cross sleeps 4 guests and the Kiln sleeps 2. Rent them both together for a party of 6. Both cottages are dog friendly.
Everything is provided to ensure that your stay is as comfortable as possible. You will find king size cosy beds, stylish, quality showers and fully fitted modern kitchens. Outside, the cottages have their own private patio areas with suitable furniture. The owners are very knowledgeable about the local area and are delighted to advise on local attractions and days out.
Harleston is just 2 miles away and is an attractive market town with picturesque streets and narrow alleyways. It has a good collection of independent shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants and a weekly Wednesday market. You will also find within a short drive the market towns Bungay,
Beccles, Diss and Halesworth, each with their own inimitable character.
All prices are inclusive of Gas and Electric. Bed linen, Towels and Tea towels are provided.
A Welcome tray is provided for your arrival.
You can reach the golden sands of Southwold in just under thirty minutes by car. The coastal gems of Aldeburgh and Dunwich are easy to get to and if you are holidaying with dogs, try the wonderful walks at Walberswick on Suffolks Heritage Coast. Traditional seaside fun can be had at Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft.
Locally there is a great choice of places to eat out, ranging from traditional pub food to fine dining. The local pub is a one mile walk from the cottages - don’t miss the chance to try the local ale!
The wonderful historic city of Norwich with its ancient cathedral, shops, theatres and galleries is just 30 minutes away.
There are attractive walks and cycle rides nearby for all ages and abilities. Fishing is available nearby at Weybread (six lakes) and the River Waveney. The local fens, marshlands and the stunning coastline provide a bird watcher’s paradise.