You can benefit from close proximity to both the coast and countryside of Suffolk, where sightseers and cyclists will enjoy strolling or cycling through country lanes, and there is a plethora of charming medieval towns and villages to visit. Venture into Constable Country, Flatford Mill and Dedham Bridge, where you can hire a rowing boat for the afternoon and take in the beautiful scenery. No trip to Suffolk would be complete without exploring the scenic Suffolk Heritage Coast with charming coastal resorts including Southwold, home of the famous brewery and pier, and Aldeburgh which are both easily accessible. For some retail therapy visit Bury St Edmunds or Ipswich, with their abundance of shops and restaurants.
After arriving at this barn conversion and taking in the views across the fields with grazing sheep, you enter into the kitchen/dining area. The kitchen is well-equipped with everything you need to prepare and serve up a hearty meal, with an electric oven and induction hob, microwave and fridge/freezer. And once you have prepared a light snack or meal then serve it up at the dining table which has two seats. Moving into the lounge, there are two comfortable two-seater sofas that face a Smart TV, and bi-fold doors which make you feel at one with nature when open, with the sheep and green fields providing an idyllic backdrop. Heading upstairs to the first floor, another lounge area with a sofa and an armchair provides a peaceful spot to rest up and perhaps enjoy a good book, and the spacious bedroom has a king-size bed and plenty of storage for your belongings. Also on this floor is the shower room with shower and WC.
Outside there is a patio and lawn area with garden furniture and a BBQ, so you can enjoy some drinks or a spot of al fresco dining in picturesque surroundings. There is private off-road parking for up to two cars.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.