The cottage is very well located with great walks everywhere. The kitchen was very well equipped and the beds were comfortable.
A spacious cottage with everything you could possibly want. Brilliant location-the beach was fifty yards away and the high street two minutes away. Even the weather was fantastic giving us the opportunity to take advantage of walks in the area including a stroll along the beach on Xmas Day. Can't wait till our next visit.
Pebble cottage is a brilliant cottage and a great base for a family holiday in Aldeburgh. The cottage is very well equipped and a great size for a family of four. We were so pleased to stay at Pebble Cottage and definitely hope to stay again!
A warm and friendly cottage that was really comfortable. Perfectly located between the beach and the High Street, but not affected by either. Some aspects of the cottage were a little short of what we'd hope for, but, overall, we really enjoyed our two wonderful weeks in this great little town.
The cottage is equipped with all of the amenities you need for a self catering holiday and it is really pet friendly. The small secure back garden is great for the sun but it would have been nice to have some nice sun loungers and a decent bbq.
Parking is on King Street and you need to fight for your slot. If you have bikes the handy side lockable courtyard is perfect.
The cottage would have scored five but for the fact that it was a little tired in places. The grill of the oven did not work (replaced after we left), the DAB radio was dead, the garden comments above, the parking issues and the windows could have done with a clean.
But the ideal location of Pebble Cottage meant we enjoyed a 30 second stroll to either the beach (breathtaking vista and stress free dog walking*) or The White Hart (good ales, dog friendly and great wood-fired pizza at the weekend) and Aldeburgh Fish Bar (with fabulous Plaice, Haddock and Cod freshly prepared and piping hot).
Although most of the vast pebble beach is * dog free in summer, the promenade (Crag Path) runs all along the sea and is peppered with fresh fish sales, restaurants and cafés, ice cream sellers and great pubs. We frequently dropped into the Cross Keys for a refreshing pint; we thought it rude not to sample Adnams 'Ghost Ship' since it's brewed down the road in Southwold.
The town enjoys some great restaurants too, pretty well guaranteeing you do not have to cook every night!