House and Grounds
The house nestles in meadow and gardens amidst rolling Suffolk farm land, crossed with well-marked footpaths stretching from our door. The setting is one of lawns, mature trees, flower borders, moats and ponds, and bird lovers will appreciate the lark song, swallows and Kingfisher frequently sighted on the moat. There is a two arch medieval bridge and sunken garden. Period farm buildings border to the West, now forming garage parking for guests.
The Georgian façade of mellow brick belies the oak frame dating from the fifteenth century and harbouring comfortable drawing room and a stunning oak panelled hall. In summer the doors are thrown open to breakfast with birdsong. The Arts and Crafts period oak staircase leads to two landings and the bedrooms warmly set to their individual period and style. A perfectly intimate and peaceful setting for your stay.