Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday home in Ipswich - 43 Plover Hill
1 Bedroom Plus 1 Loft, 1 Bath, sleeps 4
What an opportunity to have it all. A wonderful and unique vacation experience is afforded to the savvy traveler who drops their suitcase on the floor of this beautiful guest house. You will surely enjoy the architectural qualities of this home while you revel in the magnificent views of Ipswich Bay & Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy POOL & HOT TUB. Your main living area is framed by 'walls of glass' with views to ocean and steps to pool. This living room features a fireplace, wet bar, mini fridge and plenty of comfy seating for all your guests. On this level is a full bath and laundry. The master bedroom with queen bed is on the 2nd floor. There is a large deck w/ocean views leading out from this level. The top floor features an adorable loft area with two twin beds and once again a private deck facing the ocean. You'll even have exclusive use of the fenced yard behind the home where you can get some 'hammock time'. Restaurants, pubs, grocery, shops, museums and beaches are within mins
Crane's Beach: Enjoy the Northeast’s most spectacular beach and follow trails and boardwalks through a landscape of sand dunes and salt marsh.
What makes Crane Beach a special place?
At Crane Beach, you’ll enjoy one of the finest beaches and outdoor recreation destinations on the East Coast. With its clean, inviting water, miles of shoreline, and mesmerizing views, Crane Beach has been a favorite with the ocean-loving public for generations. Whether you intend to take a refreshing plunge, play in the sand, or just soak up the sun, this unparalleled seaside experience is sure to provide lots of fun – and great memories, too.
There’s more to see here than sun and sand. Crane Beach is managed for both recreation and conservation – people and ecology – through careful planning. More than five miles of trails wind through coastal dunes here, which shield inland areas from storm waves and flooding. And, Castle Neck is the site of the North Shore’s largest pitch pine forest.
About Ipswich: miles northeast of Boston. Hamilton borders Ipswich to the south, Rowley to the north, Essex to the east, and Topsfield and Boxford to the west. Ipswich is a traditional New England town with a highly developed 'town center' surrounded by rural landscape and residential neighborhoods.
Ipswich is approximately 33 square miles of rolling topography, forests, fields, farmland, marshes, dunes, and beaches. The rural setting provides for exceptional river and ocean views and extensive open space. Ipswich is home to popular destinations such as Willowdale State Forest, the Parker River Wildlife Refuge, and the Sandy Point State Reservation. Crane Beach has been noted as 'one of the most beautifully scenic beaches in all New England.' The Massachusetts Department of Environmental significance to the state. The many preserved and protected lands in Ipswich provide open space and critical habitat, as well as providing residents and tourists with numerous recreational opportunities.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered