Self catering holiday cottages in Snape, Suffolk, England
Snape is a quaint Suffolk village surrounded by beautiful green countryside. Located on the River Alde amongst picturesque surroundings, this is a lovely place for a peaceful cottage holiday in the country yet with the benefit of the sublime Suffolk coastline being only around 5 miles away.
Find a great choice of rural retreats and even farm-stay accommodation. Whatever the cottage you are dreaming of, we hope you find an ideal place to stay.
You may recognise the name of Snape from Harry Potter, as J. K. Rowling named the infamous character of Snape after the village, and this gorgeous settlement, home to the arts complex of Snape Maltings, is also home to friendly people and offers a relaxed atmosphere. Also at Snape is a RSPB Nature Reserve, where keen wildlife watchers can look out for avocets or may be an iridescent kingfisher.
Snape is just 5 miles from the coastal village of Aldeburgh which makes for a fantastic day trip from the village whilst on a cottage break. Aldeburgh features a lovely beach, a yacht club, plenty of cafes and restaurants and it hosts the annual Aldeburgh Festival of arts, created by Benjamin Britten in 1948. Most of the festival is actually hosted in Snape Maltings, so if you are visiting the area in June for the festival, Snape is a great place to stay. The fine coastal town of Southwold is also only 18 miles away so can be reached in around 30 minutes by car.
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1 bedroom Cottage, Aldeburgh.
Luxurious and romantic cottage for two with lavish antique furnishings and a cosy log burning stove with the benefit of direct access to a beautiful nature reserve leading to forests, beach and lakes.
Sleeps from 1 to 2 people in 1 bedrooms
Number of bathrooms: 1
Pet Friendly: Yes (2 dogs welcome)
Rating: Not assessed