The antique bath was found and fitted by the owners. The whole cottage had been renovated and completed in 2005.
This charming little seaside town is very trendy and a popular place but still it has managed to make you feel as though you had stepped back in time...but with all the mod cons that we expect! There are some beautiful properties in Southwold, some so close to the sea - but for how long with coastal erosion as it is?
We walked for miles along the coastal road to the little harbour, just to buy our freshly caught Sea Bass for the BBQ and have a well deserved lunch consisting of Shrimps, Whelks, Cockles and a huge bag of chips!!!
Famous for its Beach Huts. One was priced at £70,000.00 or near offer! The one above called 'Costa Plenty' said it all.
The largest tower is CC at Aldeburgh, which is four towers joined together. They are monuments to a time when Britain was threatened by invasion by Napoleonic France.
It is an interesting and enjoyable walk along the beach which stretches for miles.
A weekend is not enough time to really see all that Suffolk has to offer.
And a very enjoyable weekend break in Suffolk was had by all......
I have been tagged by two lovely girls, Vanessa @ Just Originals and Sarah @ Miss Sew n Sew.
1) What was I doing ten years ago?
Well we had just moved into a wreck of a house. It was unliveable really, but we had to move in and suffer as the renovations were made! I should tell the terrible tale one day.
It was a very large detached Vicotrian house - complete with ghosts and Maids living quarters !…we completed the renovations and them moved out.
2) What are 5 things in your to do list today?
Today I have to complete this Tag and do a Blog on Suffolk.
I have to unpack and cook a nice comforting casserole as winter has returned! Clean the house – just a bit. .Read my Country Living Magazine and finish my Susan Hill book The Lady In Black – great ghost story! As the book has to go back to library tomorrow.
3) Snacks I enjoy
I love warm milk chocolate bars – I never like my chocolate from the fridge!
Bowls of soup.
Fruit….or anything that is handy that I rustle up a mouth wateringly delicious snack with. I do love preparing food and cooking.
4 )Things I would do if I was a Millionaire
Pay off the mortgage.
Buy a house by the coast in Sussex and another in Dorset to rent out as beautiful holiday cottages.
And like Miss Sew n Sew... spend huge amounts of money at Cath Kidston, Greengate and Kate Forman! and also Antique Markets!
Give some money to friends and family.
Give more money Cancer Research…..I do this every month already.
5) Places I have lived
I grew up in London. Moved to north Kent – a London suberb really - when I was 5, met my Hub here - still live here! but I also have a cottage in the North Cotswolds where we go to chill-out from the stress of life - being far too close to London…and I rent it out as a holiday cottage to keep my busy.
6) Six peeps I want to know more about
This is an open invitation to anyone who reads my Tag and would like to join in.
Hoping that you all have a wonderful week, even if it does rain!
Sorry this was a long one!