Nil Desperandum

Middleton, Nr. Saxmundham

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Late Availability / Special Offers
Special offer
Any three nights from Friday November 22nd 2019 to Monday 3rd February 2020 was £420 Now £350

Cottage sleeps maximum of four.
Price includes beds made for your arrival, towels and any fuel used during your stay.
There is an additional charge of £30 for a pet.
Please quote Nil seasonal price.

Nil-Desperandum is a 17th century oak framed self catering cottage, in the quiet village of Middleton, Suffolk. It contains original features with up to date amenities. Sleeping 4, the cottage is perfect for family holidays and for couples wanting a romantic hideaway.

Internally the newly decorated accommodation has a beamed lounge/dining room with a stone floor and a wood burning stove, whilst the kitchen includes integrated appliances including a dish washer, fridge and an electric oven and gas hotplate. The property also benefits from full gas central heating. The ground floor twin bedroom has an en suite shower/WC whilst to the first floor, accessed via a steep staircase, is a generous double bedroom and bathroom with large power shower enclosure with WC and basin with storage cupboard upstairs.

Naturally there is central heating, Free Sat, flat screen TV, WiFi and laundry facilities. Linen and towels are provided. One well behaved dog permitted by prior arrangement.
Nil Desperandum Self Catering Cottage, Middleton has its own thatched village Adnams pub, The Bell. It serves excellent drink and food with a warm welcome from the landlord. We also have a farm shop which now has its own small cafe serving light lunches. We are on the edge of some very fine walking and from the cottage you can complete serveral round walks to Westleton - home of two good pubs and a village shop.

Or visit RSPB Minsmere and Dunwich - home of the lost village and have locally caught fish and chips on the beach. Snape maltings home of Benjamin Britain is within a 15 minute drive where you can spend an afternoon shopping, exploring or walking.

Seaside destinations of Southwold with its pretty seaside huts and famous pier are a 20 minute drive North or heading South will take you to Aldebrugh - plenty of fishing boats to watch - or Orford - home of PInneys oysters- with an interesting spit owned by the National Trust.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Allowed
  • Parking
  • Pet Friendly
  • WiFi

Nearby Attractions

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