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Seascope Pet-Friendly Cottage in Kessingland, Suffolk

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sleeps 4
2 rooms
2 bathrooms

Seascope Pet-Friendly Cottage description

Holiday home
Seascope is a terraced cottage on a private development in the village of Kessingland in Suffolk. The cottage sleeps four people and has one double bedroom, one twin, two bathrooms and an open plan living area with a fitted kitchen and a sitting room. Outside the cottage is off road parking for two cars and communal gardens. Just a two minute walk from the beach, Seascope is a a superb family holiday cottage right on the coast.

Kessingland is a village in Suffolk, with a sandy beach and a selection of shops, pubs and tea rooms. Kessingland is between Lowestoft and Southwold, and is a great base for enjoying Suffolk's coastline.

Picturesque rolling Fens, unspoilt beaches, and pretty waterways – East Anglia is a dream holiday destination. Norfolk offers beaches, saltmarshes and quaint villages whilst equally as charming are the coast and countryside of Suffolk.

Electric central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Shared use of communal grassed grounds with furniture. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 10 mins walk, pub 1.3 miles. Beach 2 mins walk. Note: Dogs to be kept on a short lead when outside the property anywhere on the Kessingland Cottages site.


  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • By the sea

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Mrs Tucker
June 2016
We love the location of this holiday cottage. The facilities are excellent. We came last year and immediately booked for this year and are going to book for next year.
Mr Cook
August 2015
The location of the property was excellent in relation to the beach which was found at the bottom of some steps at the back of a grassed area. Amenities like shops and pubs were within walking distance through the village or via a short walk along the beautiful beach. There were absolutely fantastic sea views from the property particularly from the balcony on the first floor double bedroom - the sunrise in the mornings was a great way to start the day. An ideal property for those who have a dog as there are beach and coastal path walks on the doorstep. There were plenty of laundered towels available in the property which was a real bonus, and the property was well kitted out with other household items. We had a wonderful holiday and have recommended to family and friends. We would definitely return if the opportunity arose.
Mrs Harris
May 2015
Seascope was in a superb setting with stunning views of the sea and quick accessibility to the beach.
Mrs Tucker
July 2015
We loved the location of the property and its immediate surroundings. The view was outstanding.
Mrs Clancy
July 2014
Comfortable property, good views and great walks.
Ms Wood
October 2014
The location of Seascope is wonderfully quiet with a superb outlook and we loved the proximity to the extensive beach and walks, it was all very relaxing and the cottage was ideal.
Mr Aulich
July 2014
Unique coastline. Good view. Not a typical beach front for bathing etc but relaxing and slightly wild. There are many historically interesting and attractive places nearby. I feel close to older cultures when I move around the churches, pubs and broads. I am a big fan of Ronald Blythe, the local author whose books have lived with me ever since I started reading him thirty years ago. I found brasses in churches that I had rubbed thirty years ago so it was pretty special.
Miss Barnes
February 2014
We loved the location and how comfortable the cottage is. It really felt like a home from home. It was nice to have the Co-op nearby and the big Morrisons just up the road. The views are amazing and direct access to the beach was a great plus. We would definitely stay here again.
Mr Phillips
March 2014
Good views of the sea and the location around the property. The beds were very comfortable and the bed linen and towels were excellent; lovely and warm for a winter stay and there was plenty of hot water. This was our second stay and we will be back again.
Rev Hibberd
June 2014
We enjoyed it from the moment we arrived, it was better than expected. We felt whatever the weather it could not hinder any of the location's enjoyment. There were great views of the sea. The people around were friendly and even our dog loved the walks. We have stayed in many places, this must be counted in the top ten for views, amenities and general all round well-being.
August 2015
we loved our week here, we didn't find the beach too far, we also worked out a short walk along the cliff path to the north and go down the next set of steps you find gives quite a bit of sand. The place was clean and bright. We loved the children's outdoor toys and DVD's. We spotted a previous comment before we left regarding the shower upstairs but we found plug in the pump in the cupboard and it was the best shower ever, although the cable took a little wiggling to reach the plug socket. We would have liked a little info about the village, it would be nice if something could be written about where to find the shops/ play parks etc. There as a lot around which we found by exploring, which is fun but even just directions to the sand would enhance the stay. We would recommend this to others and if we visited the area again would certainly start with this place on our short list.
July 2015
Bright holiday accommodation with amazing views. Don't be put off on arrival as you may be concerned about what you have booked. Park up and walk around to the front of the building where you have an amazing sea view which is undisturbed. The gardens are well kept and there is a private gate down to the 'living' beach. A great place when looking for somewhere to take the dog. We did come home two days early as the bed mattress was far too hard for me and the pillows are extremely flat even when folded in half - would suggest you take your own. The double bedroom has a fantastic view of the beach and the seating allows you to enjoy it either from the bedroom or balcony. Hangers in the wardrobe need to be changed as they bend almost in half when you hang a pair of trousers on them but there is plenty of storage for a holiday. You are left with a good variety of towels but would suggest you use the downstairs shower for power rather than the upstairs shower. You can walk to the Waterfront Restaurant or Sailors Inn along the coast as well as village shops. It is not a seaside village but a good location for visiting Suffolk. Would suggest you get the car to The Five Bells Inn near Southwold. Watch out for the estate caretaker who walks around ensuring all rules are obey - even though you won't have heard of them. I agree with the review in June that the place does need a clean - it was cleaner when I left it than when we arrived.
Denis B
June 2015
This is not a second home but a holiday home and so has little differences. For example there is no freezer and the microwave is also the grill and oven. Having said that there was everything that we needed. Seascope is on a small holiday estate that is very well maintained and peaceful. Shops (including a chippy) are half a mile away. The Waterfront Restaurant (very good and reasonably priced) and the Sailors Home Pub (busy but good food in large portions and reasonably priced) are three quarters of a mile away. The cleaning was the only slight downside - it was adequate but not as thorough as it might have been. We needed to move the settee to recover something and that hadn't been done for a while. Underneath the double bed hadn't seen a vacuum cleaner for a some time either. These were very minor points and overall the cleaning was fine. The rental price was very competitive and we'd go again.
August 2014
Firstly, our impression was, everything is just as the ads said, and more! There were lovely surprises in many cupboards, the special care and attention made all the difference to our stay from the outset. The location was easy to find and all the people we met were friendly. The accommodation lent itself to whatever the weather, it was up to it. The view from the main bedroom was nothing short of stunning! However, our stay was blessed with fab weather. All in all we look forward to booking again. Although we also want to try other sites, with Sykes of course. Very happy memories!
Russell B
September 2014
We found the property lovely and clean, there is no conventional oven or freezer the area is very quiet an excellent place to take your dog really dog friendly. To reach the actually sea it was further away than it shows in the photos.Be warned to reach the beach there are several steep steps its quite a hike. . The views from this property are lovely. There are several shops nearby All in all a nice relaxing holiday
Margaret L
June 2014
fantastic apartment, great view over the sea and lying in bed looking at the sea takes some beating, and the beach is just a very short walk across the grass. plenty of local shops but a very quiet location
Mr Smith
June 2016
The property was excellent, we were very impressed and we have already booked again for next year. The property was very clean an spacious and a wonderful view. We would definitely recommend this property to family and friends.
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