The Glory Hut Beach Hut

Southwold, Southwold & Surrounding Villages

  • The Glory Hut, located north of Southwold Pier, is a lovely beach hut fully equipped with all the necessities needed for happy days by the sea.

You can book this property from:

  • £180 per week
  • £26 per night
  • 1 Guest
  • 1 Bedroom

Description

This delightful beach hut is located north of Southwold Pier with all desired amenities such as the boating lake, putting green and the arcade just moments away. All the necessities for a fun day by the sea can be found in The Glory Hut such as a gas stove, table and chairs, crockery and cutlery so grab a drink, set up your deck chairs and look out at sea. This beach hut is available from April to October and will accept short stays outside the peak summer season.

A beach hut is the perfect way to spend happy days by the seaside, be it building sandcastles, exploring Southwold Pier or skimming stones. There are fabulous views across the shoreline and beyond from this location and with the car park just behind accessing the hut with all your equipment is hassle-free. We do advise that parents supervise children as there is an open drop to the beach however there are steps opposite The Glory Hut for safer access.

The owners of The Glory Hut also own Grace House in Southwold - a 3* Gold Award pet-friendly holiday cottage and guests booking this property are offered The Glory Hut at a discounted rate (please note this is subject to availability). 

(Please be aware as beach huts do not have postcodes the map view above may be inaccurate. If you have a specific query on the location of our beach huts please give our team a call).

Southwold combines chicness and old world charm and is famous for its beach huts, which the many paintings and photographs of the town reflect.  An essential part of the British seaside holiday, there are around 300 candy coloured beach huts overlooking the award-winning beach and stretching from the Pier to Gun Hill.  You can't stay overnight in them but with the sense of nostalgia they generate, they certainly don't come cheap - some sell for up to £100,000!

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