Stylish and homely this cottage is annexed to the main farmhouse. The superb views take in the lake and rolling Suffolk countryside from the two private patios allowing you to enjoy a peaceful break away from it all.
Eco-friendly wood-chip central keeps you cosy and warm during the winter months or boost the heating by throwing a couple of logs into the log-burner - a toasty, comfy sitting room to put your feet up and enjoy a book and glass of wine.
The annexe is suitable for a small family and the bathroom has a low-side bath which is suitable for less mobile guests. All accommodation is on one ground floor adding to this appeal.
On the site of this tranquil country farm estate you will find fantastic facilities to keep you occupied. An all-weather tennis court, indoor swimming pool, sauna and hot tub are the perfect remedy to lazy starts to the day. Relax even further by booking in to the on-site salon for a massage or facial.
Fun, fun, fun for the children too! A playground with so much to choose from, woodland walks, nature trails and lots of wide open space in the grounds and around the farm to let off steam. They will love meeting and helping to feed the goats and chickens - and maybe be lucky enough to collect an egg for breakfast?!
An indoors playbarn with Wii and ping pong is useful for rainy days and the heated swimming pool will help the little ones grow their confidence in the water. All in all Hadleigh Cottage is a fabulous place for a young family to enjoy a short break or holiday in scenic Suffolk.
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Nestled in the Dedham Vale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the landscapes and lowlands were made famous by artists John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough. Visit Flatford Mill to see the instantly recognisable setting of the Haywain. The Angel Inn, in Stoke-by-Nayland is a lovely local pub. Bustling Sudbury is a quaint market town surrounded by gentle rolling farmland, pretty quintessential English villages, rivers and waterways.
Hadleigh Cottage: sleeps 4, in 2 bedrooms, two private terraces, ample parking.
Kitchen with dishwasher, electric oven and hob, microwave, kettle, toaster
Living and dining room, seats 6, log burning stove, doors through to patio, TV with Freeview, DVD, iPod
Bedroom 1 (sleeps 2) Queen-size bed
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2) twin single beds.
Bathroom with shower over lower style bath, hand basin, WC.
Two private terrace, BBQ, outdoor dining furniture.
Wood chip central heating
Wood chip central heating
What you need to know
A welcome pack of fresh bread, jams, milk, biscuits.
Baby equipment including cots, highchairs, sterilizers, baby monitors, baby bath and more can be borrowed upon request (does not include linen for cot).
Indoor heated swimming pool, shared sauna and hot tub open year round. To comply with local planning rules the local school use the pool during term time for a few hours in the afternoon. A timetable is displayed in the cottage.
Please note: The shared pool is out of use for a couple of hours a day. Details will be provided on booking.
Guests use the hot tub facilities at their own risk, and due to harsh chemicals used for maintenance purposes some skin types may react.
Fishing pond stocked with Carp and Rudd (you do need a rod licence)
Visitor shop providing breakfast and snack items, local products and ice-creams. Tennis racquets, games, balls, boules and croquet sets are available to borrow.
Pre-order breakfast and snack hampers as an add-on.
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Affectionately known as the ‘hump’ on England's eastern side. A region that has preserved its unspoilt character, rural landscape, architecture and traditions. Famous for its land of waterlands and big skies, and miles of seaside fun.
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