2 nights at Pin Mill – The Annex, Suffolk
Donated by Val Rodwell
Please read carefully all the criteria including dates before applying for this gift to ensure you are able to meet the requirements (no changes can be made). All travel and other expenses will not be met by the charity.
Our donor Val is also a qualified complimentary therapist to work with cancer patients. Your gift will include a treatment of your choice; either a massage or reflexology for each guest.
Please DO NOT contact either the property owner or the property rental company about this cottage. Doing so will make you ineligible to receive this or any other gifts.
Holiday break details
Number of nights: 2 night break
Weeks available between:
This gift can be booked for a couple for 2 nights from a Tuesday from January 2020 (Excluding school holidays)
Dates subject to availability
Changeover date: Tuesday
There is a refundable good housekeeping deposit payable by cheque to secure your booking: £100
Pin Mill is a hamlet on the south bank of the tidal River Orwell, located on the outskirts of the village of Chelmondiston on the Shotley peninsula, south Suffolk. It lies within the Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is a designated Conservation Area. Pin Mill is now generally known for the historic Butt & Oyster public house and for sailing.
Your accommodation is in a lovely Annex which has recently been refurbished to the highest standard with a lovely lounge overlooking the stunning views over pin Mill. A bedroom with equally stunning views; a lounge with dinning table and a shower room. We can supply additional images on request.
Please do not contact us, or the property owner or the property rental company, regarding dates which are showing as unavailable. Doing so will make you ineligible to receive this or any future gifts.
More detailed information about the property and a gallery of photos can be found on the property’s web page.
Please do not contact either the property owner or the property rental company about this property. Doing so will make you ineligible to receive this or any future gifts.