Eva's Cottage Wenhaston sleeps 3, central village location

A charming and cosy mid 1800’s terraced cottage, set in the heart of the village and a short walk from an award winning pub. Eva’s cottage was completely refurbished in 2017/18 and offers a double and single bedroom suitable for three adults or a couple with a child age 10 years plus. Downstairs there is a cosy living room with a Clearview wood burner leading to a well equipped kitchen and wonderfully light dining room which has French doors onto the sunny patio and mature garden. A private path to the side of the cottage leads to Church Common which is at the bottom of the garden. One dog welcome to stay here too! 

Guest Reviews:

Hello Trish, 

Just a quick note to say what a pleasure it was staying in your lovely holiday cottage.

It was just perfect!!!

Hopefully be staying again soon, CS April 2022

A lovely cosy cottage in a very peaceful setting, perfect for a New Year getaway, with everything needed provided.  Loved the woodburner! Easy to get to the coast and nearby towns.  All in all, very good! JN Jan 2022

Hi Trish, we and our dog  have just spent another lovely week in Eva's cottage, Wenhaston. Our second and have booked again for next year. The cottage is beautifully maintained, so clean and homely with everything necessary for a perfect break no matter what the weather. Ideally situated for plenty of dog walking around a very pleasant village location. Jim and Sue, May 2021

 

BOOK NOW: Choose your arrival date below, continue with our online booking system for payments with your debit or credit card or email bookings@suffolkcoastalcottages.co.uk as usual for any queries and payments by BACS/debit/credit card. Thank you, Trish.

 

Room By Room

Please note that the cottage stairs are winding and quite steep, there is a handrail,  so this property is not suitable for children under 10 years or an adult with mobility problems.

Front garden with entrance door opening into:

Sitting Room
A fully carpeted cosy room with comfortable two seater sofa and armchair, Clearview wood burning stove and smart TV and DVD player. Suffolk latch doors lead to the stairs and kitchen.

Kitchen
A range of hand painted kitchen units, wooden work surface and stainless steel sink; built in electric oven and hob. Fridge freezer, microwave, washing machine, kettle, toaster, cafetiere.

Dining Room/Sun Room
Table and dining chairs for three, with two canvas director’s chairs and side table. Large characterful map of the local area. Seagrass rush matting floor.
There is a folder with information about the local area and various maps and guidebooks.

 

First floor

Landing:
Carpeted floor with Suffolk latch doors to:

Double Bedroom
Double bed with bedside table and lamps with front aspect towards the church. Built in wardrobe and small chest of drawers. Carpeted floor.

Single Bedroom
Single bed, with chest of drawers. View to the garden and Church Common beyond.

Bathroom
Completely refurbished bathroom with bath and shower over; wash basin and WC. Shaving point.

 

Also note:

Welcome wine and biscuits on arrival!

Cycle storage available in rear garden

Single occupancy - small discount, please ask

 

Photos

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Accommodation Features

Sleeps: 3
Number of Bedrooms: 2
No. of Ensuite Bathrooms: 0
No. of Family Bathrooms: 1
Bed Linen Supplied: True
Towels Supplied: True
Change Over Day: Any day
Short Breaks All Year: True
Shower over bath with WC and basin: True
Wood Burning Stove: True
Washing Machine: True
outdoor drying space:: True
Microwave: True
Fridge Freezer: True
Iron and Ironing Board: True
Hair Dryer: True
TV With Freeview: True
DVD: True
Heating Configuration: Gas
Central Heating: True
WiFi: True
Dogs Allowed: True
Number of Dogs Allowed: 1
Parking: On-Road
Secure Cycle Storage: True
Garden Furniture: True

Other:

Please ask for padlock in advance for secure cycle storage.


Front Garden:
A low wall forms the boundary at the front with a gate and path that leads to the front entrance door. The front garden has hedging and some inset planting. A path at the side gives access to the rear garden gate and leading to Church Common at the rear.

Rear Garden:
The very pretty enclosed rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area and well stocked borders to the sides containing a mixed variety of mature perennial planting. A pergola leads through to the end of the garden where a wooden shed is located.

NB. There is a pedestrian right of way at the rear of the property to adjoining properties (this is rarely used apart from neighbours taking wheelie bins to front of road)

Guest reviews

  • We had a lovely week at Eva's Cottage with the weather on our side. When we stayed last year it was still in semi-lockdown so only pubs outside open and couldn't really get the full Suffolk hospitality experience.
    This year was really nice visiting the local towns and villages and eating at the pubs. We had an idyllic couple of days wandering around Southwold and on the ferry to Walberswick. Such a wonderful place to watch the world go by. The walk along the river from Wenhaston to Blythburgh was full of wildlife.
    The food at the Queens Head at Blyford and the White Hart at Blythburgh was particularly good. Fish and chips at the Little fish and chip shop in Southwold also recommended.
    Eva's Cottage was once again really nice and well equipped and an ideal place to get away from normal life. Our dog Teddy loved the garden chasing his ball down the grass. Many thanks to the owners for letting the cottage out. PG May 2022

  • "A lovely cosy cottage in a very peaceful setting, perfect for a New Year getaway with everything needed provided. Loved the woodburner! Easy to get to the coast and nearby towns. All in all, very good!”  JN January 2022

  • Had a fabulous week, delightful cottage, everything you could ever want. The P family 23-30 October 2021

  • Super little cottage. A delight to stay in – we’ve really enjoyed our few days here and wish we had made it a week!! A and B R 10 September-14 September 2021

    Our second visit, a lovely peaceful week. Superb weather, lots of walking and early morning beach visits. Can’t fault the cottage and we are already booked for next year. M and F B 3 September to 10 September 2021

  • Wonderful! So very well presented, quite outstanding! All our needs were provided for in a clean, well decorated and tastefully furnished cottage. A and M S 30 August to 2 September 2021

Local Area

Pub: Award-winning Star inn and Blyford Queens Head are a 10-15 minute walk away, offering Adnams ales and home cooked menus, both have good foodie reviews.

Shop: Local shop fifteen minutes walk by Blackheath, both Southwold and Halesworth have independent foodie shops, bookshops, antiques etc.

Beach: Southwold, Walberswick and Dunwich are ten minutes drive away, and there are plenty of beaches along the Suffolk heritage coast to discover.

Other Local Attractions:

 


There are plenty of local pubs and restaurants. At the moment we like The Anchor and The Bell Inn both in Walberswick, Bramfield Queens Head, Blyford Queens Head, Darsham Fox and Huntingfield Arms.

 

Shops:
Local independent foodie shops that sell locally produced food:
Reckford Roost, Middleton
Emmerdale Farm, Darsham
Clarke's, Bramfield
Focus Foods, Halesworth
Black Dog Deli at Halesworth and Walberswick
Front Room, Bungay

 

Churches:
Suffolk has great churches, full of history.. for local services see Blyth Valley Team Ministry and the Sole Bay Ministry.
We like Wenhaston with its Doom painting and Thorington with its Round Tower.
Blythburgh for its wonderful setting and carved angels on the roof.
Huntingfield with its painted ceiling
Walberswick and Southwold for fine flint work.

 

Walks:
There are numerous walks around the village on Blackheath and common land as well as footpaths leading to the Balancing Barn at Thorington, and on to Blythburgh, Southwold and Halesworth. Dogs are welcome to walk too.

 

Beaches:
South Lowestoft Beach is sandy and is at the eastern most point in the country.
Walk to Pakefield and Kessingland and keep heading south - only a few miles along the Suffolk Coast Path.
Southwold - plenty of sand by the Pier and Gun Hill, excellent cafes by the beach
Dunwich - a more stony beach but plenty of space for walking, swimming and a large car park next to the Flora Tea Rooms well known for fish and chips, there is also The Ship Inn and a museum well worth a visit telling the history of this special place.
Walk up by Dunwich Priory too.
A walk from Thorpeness to Aldeburgh and on to Felixstowe completes the coastal walk!

 

Things To Do:
RSPB Minsmere Reserve is 15 minutes drive away and there are other RSPB, National Trust and Suffolk Wildlife Trust properties to visit locally.
Horse riding, golf, clay pigeon shooting and fishing are all within 10 minutes drive from here.

 

Local Towns/Villages - see village guides:
there are many inland towns with plenty of shops and places to visit:
Halesworth Millennium Green
Bungay has a castle
Beccles has a lido
Saxmundham has Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets
Framlingham has a market on Tuesday and Saturday
Woodbridge - shops, cafes, pubs, has something for everyone!

 

See more info on the Useful Links page.

 

 

Booking Conditions

  1. A booking deposit of 25% of the rental fee is payable if the booking is made more than 6 weeks before the start of the rental. This deposit must be paid within 5 days of your booking. The balance of the rental cost is payable 6 weeks before the arrival date. For bookings made less than 6 weeks before the commencement date the full rental amount is required.
  2. All cancellations must be notified in writing. The owners will endeavour to relet the cottage. If successful the client will be refunded, but if not all monies paid by the client shall be forfeited. We recommend cancellation insurance to cover this.
  3. Bookings run from 3pm on the day of arrival to 10am on the day of departure, unless stated differently on an individual property page. The client is responsible for leaving the accommodation in good order and in the same clean condition as they found it. The client undertakes to pay for any breakages or damage, requiring replacement or repair, and for any extra cleaning costs on departure. A Security Deposit of £150 is payable at the time when the balance or full payment is made for the rental, and will be refunded to you once the housekeeper’s check has been made on your departure.
  4. Only those named on the reservation form may use the accommodation. Subletting or assignment is not permitted.
  5. The owners cannot accept any responsibility for loss or damage to client’s baggage or personal effects. We recommend insurance to cover this.
  6. Whilst every effort is made to ensure that equipment in the property is in working order, occasionally breakdowns occur. The client is requested to inform the owner should this happen, so repairs or remedial action can be initiated promptly.
  7. One small to medium size  dog is allowed by prior arrangement with the agent, and the charge is £25 per week or short stay. A dog is not allowed on beds or furniture of a property and must not be left unattended at any time.
  8. Smoking is not permitted inside any property by law.
  9. It is the client’s responsibility to supervise a child at all times. The owners accept no responsibility for any accident, injury or sickness howsoever caused.

Please see further details on our Covid-19 page.