Lime Tree House

Stay in our newly refurbished luxurious large holiday home overlooking scenic parkland near Southwold

This luxurious, newly-refurbished large holiday home is located just outside Southwold and features four bedrooms along with an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area around a farmhouse table and wood-burner. 

The house has one large downstairs bedroom with a king size bed, small double sofa bed and a travel cot linked with a Jack and Jill bathroom with shower and roll top bath. There’s an additional separate downstairs shower and WC. 

Upstairs is a master bedroom with a king size bed and ensuite. There are two further double bedrooms with a shared bathroom with shower.

The house is located close to Henham Barns, a short drive from Southwold. It has its own private garden and stunning views over the estate. It is also a short drive from our holiday cottages Long Range One and Long Range Two.


 Sleeps up to nine guests

– Four double bedrooms

– Four bathrooms

– Open-plan living, dining and kitchen area

– Wood-burning stove

– Washing machine

– Dishwasher

– Private garden

– Free parking


Our favourite things to do

For walkers there are several family favourites nearby, including from Blythburgh to Walberswick. You’ll pass a number of great dining options, including the White Hart, which overlooks the estuary. 

Dunwich also has a good network of walks and lovely coastal paths, and the Ship Inn is a must.

The Adnams Brewery Tour is absolutely fascinating. A working brewery in the middle of Southwold, just a short drive away – the smell of the hops is distinctly Southwold.

There’s a traditional part of Southwold Pier with bright lights and arcade games, but don’t miss The Under The Pier Show – kooky, quirky and completely bonkers! 

Interested in the history of lifeboats and Southwold’s rich maritime heritage? Then you will find the Alfred Corry Lifeboat Museum fascinating. Kids and adults love it alike and the staff are so knowledgeable. It’s housed in a former lifeboat shed that was moved by sea from Cromer.

The Southwold Museum is dedicated to the local and natural history of the area. It had a refit recently and features a host of fascinating new displays.