In appearance a traditional Suffolk cottage, opening into a cosy, contemporary living room and then into an unexpectedly spacious, modern kitchen/dining area.
With a large, enclosed, terraced garden at the back, Myrtle Cottage’s front garden was conceived by a renowned landscape design firm, thereby continuing the contemporary and distinct feel of the property as a whole.
A perfect mix of period features, contemporary fittings and stylish furniture makes Myrtle Cottage the perfect location for a romantic get-away, for a journey of musical wonderment at Aldeburgh Music or a place to which to bring 2-3 children for a beach and cycling holiday on the Suffolk coast.
It is possible to park up to two cars below Friston’s church or behind the village hall. The cottage is situated 50 yards away, down Church Path, a short walk from the parking area.