Home from Home Guesthouse
We have 6 double/twin rooms and 1 single room, all rooms have Ensuite toilet and 2 with ensuite shower rooms. The house is double glazed and fully central heated.
Other features include:
•Tea and coffee making facilities always available
•TV in every bedroom
•Guest communal living and dining room with games and television
•Full cooked breakfast from 7:30am with vegetarian option
•Locally sourced products whenever possible
•Single occupancy rates available
•Off road parking
•Outdoor allocated smoking area
Home from Home is situated within walking distance to the local town of Leiston and close to the award winning Suffolk Heritage Coast.
Having enjoyed visiting many highlights along this coast in recent years, I am happy to provide information of local events and attractions and indicate the best restaurants and public houses for your taste.
Home from Home guesthouse is situated on the West of the town of Leiston. It is within waling distance to the local co-operative store, many various restaurants and public houses.
Leiston is a town in Suffolk, England. It is situated close to Saxmundham and Aldeburgh, and is about 2.5 miles from the North Sea coast and 90 miles (140 km) northeast of London.
The High Street in Leiston serves as the business and market hub of the surrounding agricultural district, and as an entry for tourists visiting the nearby towns of Aldeburgh, Snape and Thorpeness. The town's facilities include a leisure centre, cinema, parks (including a skatepark), post office, library, banks, pubs, a bakery, greengrocer's and butcher's selling local produce, a diverse range of restaurants and take-aways, coffee-shops, and various other shops.
The Leiston Picture House (recently renamed the 'Leiston Film Theatre'), a half-timbered building with street front shops, is the oldest purpose-built cinema in Suffolk. Also in town is the infamous long shop Museum which was the former home of Richard Garrett and Sons and is now open to the public.
Leiston Abbey is a beautiful historic site dating from 1363. The beautiful abbey ruins, incorporated into the buildings, create a stunning venue to visit and look around the ruins.
Leiston Football Club play in the Ridgeons Premier League and in November 2008 reached the first round of the FA Cup for the first time in their history.
The Church of St Margaret of Antioch is a traditional Anglican church with an ancient tower and an unusual 19th century nave. In addition there are Roman Catholic and Baptist churches at the edge of the town.
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This page was last updated: 08 March 2011