Garden Cottage is a beautifully restored four-bedroom Victorian cottage built into the wall surrounding the estate's original flower and vegetable garden. Built around 1848 in the cottage orne (or decorated cottage) style by the Brook family, the picturesque former head gardener's cottage occupies an elevated position overlooking woods and hedgerows.
What goes on behind these walls? Drinks, dinners and downtime for guests spread over 12 large bedrooms. Your private garden to barbecue, relax under the stars or drink coffee before a long walk.
Hex Cottage is our first 'Lost Collection' country retreat, a beautiful thatched forester's cottage set within its own meadow and surrounding woodland. The cottage comes without electricity so our guests can experience undisturbed peace and a real sense of bygone times. However, the Esse wood-fired range cooker in the kitchen …
What you need is a moat in your life. Enter our Moat Cottage - a touch of novelty high up on a hill and just the place for fishing or toe dipping. It has 6 bedrooms, one in a cabin perched above the moat.
The manor, with its classic Georgian proportions, luxurious en-suite bedrooms and contemporary features including gym, games room, cinema and naturally-filtered pool and hot tub, make this the perfect exclusive-use location for birthdays, anniversaries and special celebrations. Set within a 4,500 acre private country estate.
This traditional Suffolk timber barn blends light-filled interiors and whimsical furnishings with classic features and essential luxuries. High ceilings, flagstone floors and exposed beams are complemented by under floor heating throughout, en-suite wet rooms to all bedrooms and views across rolling parkland as far as the eye can see.
The Cartshed is a traditional oak and elm timber-framed Suffolk barn which has been lovingly restored using traditional methods to create a seriously special English country cottage. The Cartshed features an iconic Ergo Focus wood burning stove and spectacular open plan kitchen and reception with sliding doors and timber screens …
This handsome Grade II listed Georgian former coach house to Sibton Park dates from 1827 and has been thoughtfully converted to provide guests with an eclectic, yet modern, country cottage. All of the rooms, which are on ground floor level, wrap around the central south facing courtyard, providing beautiful open …
What goes on behind these walls? Drinks, dinners and downtime for guests spread over 8 large bedrooms. Your private garden to barbecue, relax under the stars or drink coffee before a long walk.
This 19th century property has been converted to provide spacious accommodation for four guests. It is set within its own grounds amidst rolling farmland in the small hamlet of Sibton Green, conveniently located for visiting Southwold.
A former Georgian rectory dating from 1776 situated in the beautiful Blyth Valley. This house is perfect for a family get together or catching up with friends whilst being able to enjoy the peaceful location and views across the surrounding countryside.
This Grade II, 17th century mid-terrace property is situated in the quiet Suffolk village of Huntingfield. Nearby places to visit include Framlingham with its impressive castle and the beautiful resort of Southwold with its pier and stunning beaches.
This delightful, stone-built, Grade II listed cottage near Thorington in Suffolk can sleep five people in two bedrooms.
A lovely terraced cottage near Saxmundham, sleeping four people in two bedrooms.
Rubblestone Cottage is a pretty cottage adjoining Rubblestone farmhouse with a garden for you to relax in. Situated in very peaceful ( the owners have retired from farming) and pleasant farming countryside, only six miles from Aldeburgh, five miles from Snape Maltings concert hall, five miles from the RSPB …
This barn conversion rests on the outskirts of Saxmundam and houses one bedroom, sleeping up to two people.
A beautifully-presented lodge near Saxmundham in East Anglia which can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
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