NEW FOR SUMMER 2018 A much loved barn conversion, set in the gardens of a traditional Suffolk farmhouse, on the banks of the River Deben
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|Fri 26 Apr 2019 to Fri 24 May 2019||£150||£225||£300||£375||£425||£450||£75|
|Fri 24 May 2019 to Fri 31 May 2019||£195||£225||£300||£375||£425||£450||£75|
|Fri 31 May 2019 to Fri 05 Jul 2019||£150||£225||£300||£375||£425||£450||£75|
|Fri 05 Jul 2019 to Fri 19 Jul 2019||£150||£225||£300||£375||£425||£450||£75|
|Fri 19 Jul 2019 to Fri 06 Sep 2019||£175||£225||£300||£375||£425||£450||£75|
|Fri 06 Sep 2019 to Fri 27 Sep 2019||£150||£195||£260||£325||£375||£425||£65|
|Fri 27 Sep 2019 to Fri 18 Oct 2019||£150||£195||£260||£325||£375||£425||£65|
|Fri 18 Oct 2019 to Fri 25 Oct 2019||£150||£195||£260||£325||£375||£425||£65|
|Fri 25 Oct 2019 to Fri 20 Dec 2019||£150||£195||£260||£325||£375||£425||£65|
|Fri 20 Dec 2019 to Fri 27 Dec 2019||-||£290||£380||£470||£560||£590||£90|
|Fri 27 Dec 2019 to Fri 03 Jan 2020||-||£290||£380||£470||£560||£590||£90|
Light and bright, in beautiful gardens, with views to the fields beyond and informal tracks leading down to tranquil banks of the River Deben, this homely barn conversion has a relaxed and simple appeal. Enter the barn, into the sitting room with sofa, table and chairs. A staircase leads up the mezzanine level, where the double bed, chest of drawers and hanging rail are. (Guests who are tall, will need to take care due to the alcoved ceiling, on this level!) To the left of the sitting room is the kitchen area, and shower room.
There are many beautiful walks from the doorstep and, should they be required, a good selection of charming and characterful country pubs to keep you hydrated along the way.
This part of Suffolk also seems to be particularly popular with cyclists, as there is relatively little traffic passing through these quiet country lanes. (Remember your helmet, lights and reflective clothing!) The properties in this rural lane have water supplied by a well (no buckets required!).
Super peaceful retreat in a wonderful garden. Not for wifi addicts, but if you want a release from all screens this is highly recommended. Sarah and Paddy are extremely thoughtful, relaxed and hospitable hosts Dawn, (Stayed April 2019)
If you want to relax on your own or with plus one, or with friends, or family then this is here you should be looking at amazing placings to stay. Fantastic hospitality, bread and home made jam, tea bags, coffee, milk, butter or vitalite in the fridge - it was warm and cozy (December booking) and after our long drive it surpassed our expectations. I don't think they could have done anything better and the best part is you can have a cup of tea and a chat on your arrival and discover things about each other which is actually totally refreshing, then you can go and meet the chickens which lay the eggs for breakfast Sheila, (Stayed December 2018)
Really lovely spot and gorgeous place to stay. The layout of the accommodation is really clever, being cosy but also spacious. Very comfortable bed, amazing views and garden to wander in, great facilities and amenities, lovely hosts and little touches that made us feel really welcome. We stayed at Christmas time and were very warm. Would love to visit in the summer as the surroundings are stunning Dominique, (Stayed December 2018)
Sarah and Paddy made us feel like we had a home away from home. The cottage is very stylish, comfortable and well equipped. The absence of WiFi and television made it the restful get away that we needed. Although they have only recently joined Airbnb they have been hosting guests here for years! This means that they know how much the small things matter such as arriving to tea, fresh coffee, milk, eggs, butter, margarine.... Their local knowledge too meant that we had the best introduction to Suffolk that we could have hoped for from recommendations for fish and chips to walks and local pub food. We will definitely be back! Michael, (Stayed August 2018)
Honoured to be the first guests! Beautiful space with a particularly cool garden where you can eat breakfast overlooking a river. Hosts were very sweet and would go back. Thanks! Paul, (Stayed August 2018)