Self Catering near Laxfield, Suffolk

Cardinal Cottage, Sibton
Cardinal Cottage

Sleeps: 5
From: £337.00

The Stables, Saxtead
The Stables

Sleeps: 5
From: £298.00

The Granary, Saxtead
The Granary

Sleeps: 6
From: £322.00

Field Way, Saxtead
Field Way

Sleeps: 6
From: £342.00

Golden Cross, Harleston
Golden Cross

Sleeps: 4
From: £252.00

The Kiln, Harleston
The Kiln

Sleeps: 2
From: £201.00

Glenhaven, Snape

Sleeps: 4
From: £258.00

Angel Cottage, Halesworth
Angel Cottage

Sleeps: 5
From: £337.00

Peggotty's, Saxmundham

Sleeps: 4
From: £228.00

28 Stone Cottage, Thorington
28 Stone Cottage

Sleeps: 5
From: £233.00

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Bungay (Self catering)
Jacko's Barn, Bungay

Jacko's Barn

A ground floor annexe in Homersfield, Suffolk near Harelston that can sleep four people with two bedrooms.
Sleeps 4

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Orford (Self catering)
Ferry Cottage, Orford

Ferry Cottage

This semi-detached cottage is close to the village of Orford near to Snape Maltings and can sleep five people in two bedrooms.
Sleeps 5

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Ipswich (Hotel)
Hintlesham Hall

Hintlesham Hall

A Grade 1 listed Elizabethan house which is now an AA 4 red star hotel. Standing in 175 acres of parkland offering attentive and friendly service boasting the associated championship PGA golf course and clubhouse. Widely recognised as one of the loveliest in the UK and Ireland s highest … more >>

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Lavenham (Hotel)
Swan Hotel

Swan Hotel

The Swan at Lavenham is one of the most historic hotels in Suffolk (if not in all of England!). The hotel dates to the 14th century, and the building oozes history from every darkened beam. Parts of the hotel once served as a medieval guildhall for Lavenham's wealthy wool merchants, and parts were a 16th century house. Within the charmingly restored interior you will find numerous original features, including an authentic minstrel gallery. more >>

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