The Watch Room

Blackwater, Southwold, Suffolk, Seaside town

A unique, custom-built beach house located in a secluded and stunning Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Finished in July 2018 to an exacting standard, The Watch Room is a contemporary property designed to blend in with its natural surroundings, looking out towards Southwold Pier in the distance.

Comfortably sleeping four in two double bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms, and linked by a modern living / eating area which opens onto a decked terrace, The Watch Room really can boast that it sits in one of Suffolk’s most peaceful locations. With only a low-lying cliff-edge and a near-private beach separating you from the sea, lie in bed in the morning listening to the waves and the skylarks while watching the fishing boats out at sea.

The Watch Room is built at the end of a private track on the site of a World War II watch station. A location once used by Royal Navy Wrens for listening out for German submarines, it is now impeccably placed for enjoying the changing light of Suffolk’s big skies and appreciating nature at its best.

The Watch Room is a mere 5-minute bike ride or 15-minute walk on a private track from the charming seaside town of Southwold with its iconic beach huts, lighthouse and pier. It is also possible to drive this track into Southwold town.

Built for comfort, location and awe-inspiring views, The Watch Room is perfect for families wanting to dip in and out of the Southwold scene; for couples in search of tranquillity and an ideal base for cyclists, walkers, birdwatchers, lovers of the Suffolk arts scene.