Set in the corner of the walled garden with its own south-facing patio, this single-storey cottage has been extremely well furnished and equipped. Large living/dining room with wood-burning stove and French doors to patio. Arch to well-fitted kitchen with small breakfast bar. Steps down to double bedroom. Single bedroom. Bathroom with shower cubicle and toilet.
- Wood-burning stove - logs avail
- Elec, 'Econ 7' Night Storage Heating inc
- Elec heaters and hot water by meter reading
- Bed linen and towels inc
- Freesat flatscreentelevision
- Clock/radio alarm
- Microwave Oven
- Shared payphone
- Garden with furniture
- Shared grounds of 15 acres
- Croquet lawn
- Shared games room with Wi-fi, table tennis, full-size snooker table and coin-operated pool table (9am - 9pm)
- No smoking
- Evening meal delivery service (selected evenings) by prior arr with owner
Nestling in 15 acres of ancient meadows, woodland and orchard on the slopes of the Alde valley, these three delightful holiday cottages have been sensitively converted from the outbuildings of nearby Cransford Hall. Featuring an Edwardian walled garden, the grounds are a refuge for a variety of wild birds, including owls. Of individual style and character, the cottages boast exceptionally well-equipped kitchens and fittings, furnishings and fabrics of the highest quality. Each has its own private garden area with furniture, all enjoy shared use of a games room with full-size snooker table, pool table, table tennis and a children's area with toys and games. There are excellent walks, too, and facilities for croquet and other lawn games. The owner, who lives nearby, is a gourmet cook and offers evening meals for delivery to the cottages (only by prior direct arrangement). Within walking distance is the village of Bruisyard with its Saxon church. Framlingham (4 miles) is a small market town with shops, restaurants and inns; in its picturebook setting, the 12th-century castle dominates the town. Sutton Hoo, with its visitor centre, is just a 20-minute drive away. Aldeburgh (about 12 miles) is popular for sailing and famous for its music festival and concerts at Snape Maltings. The coastal area is an excellent one for bird-watching, particularly at the RSPB reserve of Minsmere (10 miles). Sports centre, golf and riding all within 20 minutes' drive.