One of the oldest buildings in Aldeburgh and ideally located at the quiet end of the High Street. Originally part of the cottage next door Rosemary Cottage is very small with one bedroom, living area, shower and kitchen. This cottage, although quaint, was rather uncomfortable. The shower room was tiny, the sink was blocked and, because there was no shower tray, the floor was always wet. There was virtually nowhere to store clothing apart from a few hangers in an alcove. Many windows did not have blinds or curtains so privacy was difficult when getting dressed. There was a supply of films on DVD but the built-in DVD player on the small TV did not work. The front door had swollen in it's frame which made it difficult to enter or exit the cottage. The Rayburn was a nice touch but impractical if you were out a lot and needed a method of preparing food quickly.
- Also Known As:
- Rosemary Cottage Aldeburgh, Suffolk