SUNSET HOUSE, 37 BLYTHVIEW, BLYTHEBURGH
Blissful views, beautiful house, stunning countryside!
With elevated views across the River Blyth to Wenhaston, Sunset House is a Grade II Listed home. This 4 bedroom home is bright and spacious with accommodation arranged over three floors, with the capacity to sleep 8 guests over four bedrooms and 5 beds. Surrounded by approx 10 acres of communal grounds the site also holds a swimming pool and leisure suite available to Sunset House guests.
This impressive residence sits close to the Suffolk coast with easy accessibility to Southwold, Aldeburgh, Dunwich, Orford, Thorpness, and Snape and just 2.5 hours from London.
5 MINUTES FROM THE SUFFOLK COAST
OPEN PLAN SITTING ROOM / DINING ROOM / SNUG
SLEEPS 8 GUESTS
COMMUNAL INDOOR POOL / GYM / GAMES ROOM
PRIVATE GARDEN WITH TERRACE
APPROX 10 ACRES OF COMMUNAL GROUNDS
CLASSIC ARCADE GAMING TABLE
LATITUDE FESTIVAL 1 MILE AWAY
65” SAT TV WITH SONOS SOUND BAR
Situated in the heart of Blythburgh village Sunset House sits in approx 10 acres of communal gardens and has stunning views over the Blyth Valley.
Blythburgh is a small village in north east Suffolk, 5 minutes from the coast at Southwold. It is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty with a medieval church and three local public houses.
Dunwich villages stands out in a region with as much history as the Suffolk Coast. This tiny community, often know as the lost city of England, undoubtedly has a tale to tell.
Today, you can visit the National Trust Dunwich Heath to explore the village's expansive forest, health and beach, discover more about its intriguing past at Dunwich Museum and experience some of the best fish and chips around from The Ship Inn and the cafe on the beach.
Aldeburgh is a world-renowned thanks to its connection with Benjamin Britten, the founder of the Aldeburgh Festival which takes place in June each year. Pastel-coloured 19th Century holiday villas line the promenade and to the east, the pebble beqach with fisherman's huts selling the daily catch.