Blue Moon, a quaint cosy cottage close to the sea.

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Spend Christmas in the peaceful coastal village of Kessingland, a short stroll from the beach you will discover this beautifully decorated former fisherman's cottage. Newly renovated, this comfortable holiday home from home is ideal for two couples or a family with younger children. Within walking distance you will find the local pub, a fish and chip shop and a restaurant overlooking the sea. We are a only few miles from beautiful Southwold and a mile from the family attraction "Africa Alive".

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The beautifully decorated lounge features comfortable chesterfield seating for five to six adults around a wood-burner stove along with a smart TV and wifi hub.
The dining room has seating for 4+ around a traditional table. Plus a small fridge/freezer and a larger Wine cooler/fridge. There is also dedicated workspace available from within the antique bureau which also features a desk light and USB ports for charging phones etc..

The small, fully equipped kitchen, features a 4 burner stove with full oven and grill, Microwave, Washing Machine/Dryer, Coffee Maker, Kettle, all utensils. all plates, dishes, cutlery, mugs, wine glasses, tumblers-long and short are provided.

The brand new fitted luxury bathroom features a Victorian roll top bath and a full walk in shower.

Upstairs the main bedroom features a king size bed with wardrobe and drawer unit and a quaint corner seat with convenient mirror and table.

Bedroom two has a double bed, clothes hanging space, drawers and a feature wall which includes a small library.

This leads to the smaller bedroom three, which features a single set of bunk beds (sleeps two) more suitable for younger children. These bunks are full length but slightly narrower at 2'6" wide (81cms). The lower bunk is at floor level and the higher bunk has slightly lowered headroom at one end.

Please let us know if you require a stair gate for the top of the stairs, lower stairs are behind a door and need no gate facility.

Outside is a small enclosed courtyard (quite a SunTrap) with an original flint stone wall plus a drinks table, parasol and seating for six.

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Kessingland, England, i-United Kingdom

Blue Moon cottage is in a very peaceful area on a quiet, unmade road with no passing traffic and little footfall. However takeaways, pubs, shops, restaurants, and beach are all within a very short walk.

Kessingland is both a popular family holiday destination and also an area of the highest historical importance. It has been an area of intense interest to archaeologists as Palaeolithic and Neolithic tools and implements have been found here and the remains of an ancient forest lie buried on the seabed. Kessingland was also famously the richest village in England in medieval times and was once two villages – Kessingland and Kessingland Beach Village. The latter has a small area of Victorian fishermen’s cottages and eccentric architecture. It’s also the UK’s most easterly village.

A huge, unspoilt beach attracts many visitors – but even on the hottest, busiest Summer day there is still plenty of space for everyone.

Kessingland is known as one of the very few areas along the East Anglian coast where the beach is growing and the sea receding. Kessingland also has a wide stretch of sand and sand hills. The beach has grown for a century, and this is supposedly as a result of the famous writer Rider Haggard spotting the erosion problem in the late 19th Century and planting marram grass which saved the beach – where he had his beach house for writing, now demolished.

The beach also runs into Benacre nature reserve – famous for bird sightings every spring as migrating birds hit British land fall.

Kessingland offers a restaurant called The Waterfront, which, as it’s name implies, is right on the beach. There’s also a very friendly pub called The Sailors Home. In addition to a large and welcoming bar (which allows dogs), the pub has a restaurant (no dogs!). Fish and Chips are their speciality!

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