Eva's Cottage Wenhaston
NEW! 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 has been 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!
So lucky to have stayed in this beautiful cottage. So central to all the places we visited and it’s a perfect place to access all the walks in the area. And the beach is only 10 minutes away. The cottage is beautifully decorated and every thought possible has gone into it. Would definitely recommend to others. Thank you so much! S & M W 3-6/8/2019
What a find! 5*+! We have had a lovely week and the weather has been great.
Eva’s Cottage is a real retreat, extremely well equipped and beautifully presented.
Many thanks for the lovely welcome. G & P G 12-19/7/19
This is a delightful cottage which is very well equipped. We spent a lovely week exploring the area and thoroughly enjoyed our week in such a beautiful part of the country. Thank you for making us feel so welcome and at home.
K & J R 17-24/6/19
We have had an amazing week in Eva’s Cottage. It is truly the nicest holiday cottage that we have stayed in and in a perfect location. This is our first visit to Suffolk and it didn’t disappoint. We brought our bikes and cycled to places such as Dunwich, Westleton and more. It was fantastic riding on flat country roads without a car in sight and can’t believe the choice of eateries around here. I think we have all decided that Suffolk is our new favourite holiday destination and has been made all the better for staying at Eva’s Cottage. Thank you!
C G & H L 25/5-1/6 2019
BOOK NOW: Minimum stay 3 nights at any time. Choose your arrival date below, continue with our online booking system for payments with your debit or credit card or ring Trish on 01502 478078 or email firstname.lastname@example.org as usual for any queries and payments by BACS/cheque/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:
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.
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.
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.
Carpeted floor with Suffolk latch doors to:
Double bed with bedside table and lamps with front aspect towards the church. Built in wardrobe and small chest of drawers. Carpeted floor.
Single bed, with chest of drawers. View to the garden and Church Common beyond.
Completely refurbished bathroom with bath and shower over; wash basin and WC. Shaving point.
Welcome tea coffee biscuits on arrival!
Cycle storage available in rear garden
Recent review: Book now!
What a truly beautiful cottage and it’s decorated and furnished to such a high standard. There’s everything you need and possibly more! We really enjoyed exploring all the beautiful places nearby and evening meals at the Star Inn and The Queen’s Head at Bramfield. Rosie is spoilt for choice with all the lovely places to walk. When you decide to put this on the market please call us!! Thank you for a lovely stay. IJ May 2019