Woodfarm House

Stonham Aspal, Suffolk, England

Beautiful 15th century cottage with hot tub, exposed wooden beams and inglenook fireplace offers romance near Stowmarket. Dogs welcome!

Key Points

  • 15th Century thatched cottage with private hot tub offers a romantic retreat for 2 guests near Stoneham Aspal.
  • The cottage has a farmhouse kitchen, cosy sitting room with inglenook fireplace and a dining room snug.
  • Upstairs is a kingsize bedroom with en-suite with claw footed bath tub.
  • Outside there is a fully enclosed courtyard garden with hot tub, BBQ, outdoor shower and al fresco dining area.
  • Locally you can take a trip to the 12th century Framlingham Castle.

Description

Rambling 15th Century, thatched, cosy cottage with private hot tub offers the perfect place for 2 to disconnect from life and enjoy some peace and tranquility, near Stoneham Aspal. 

Inside you can find a gorgeous farmhouse style fully equipped kitchen with range cooker and farmhouse dining table. Walk through the hallway to the spacious yet cosy sitting room with beautiful inglenook fireplace and dining room snug. Here you can enjoy the free wifi, make use of the TV and DVD player or simply sit back and feel the warmth of the fire. This cottage has stunning explosed oak beams throughout so manages to combine the feeling of openness with cosiness in a very unique way. From the lounge you can climb the quirky staircase to the lovely kingsize bedroom which leads through to an ensuite bathroom with claw footed roll top bath. 

Outside you have a huge, fully enclosed private courtyard garden with hot tub area, patio and BBQ with table and chairs for al fresco dining. For convenience, there's also a really smart outside shower, right next to your Private Hot Tub.

Why not bring your doggy friend with you, it will love the space and the local walks too! 

Locally there is plenty to see and do with the coast and 2 areas of outstanding beauty just a short half-hour drive away. The waterfront at Ipswich offers bars and restaurants galore for those who don't want to cook, whilst the 12th century Framlingham Castle offers regular shows and exhibitions plus a cafe! 

There are short and long break stays available with 2 or 3 night weekends with Friday arrivals, 4 night midweek breaks with Monday arrivals and 5 night midweek breaks with Sunday arrivals. Full weeks or fortnight stays can commence on Fridays, Mondays or Sundays.

Up to 3 dogs welcome in the property with a charge of £15 each per stay to cover cleaning. 

 

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Room Types

Double

Features

Bathroom

 Bath

 Shower - outdoor

 Sink

 Toilet

 Toiletries

Amenities

 Dining area

 Heating

 Plug sockets

 Woodburner

Paid Extras

 Bubbly

 Flowers

 Hampers

Outdoor

 BBQ

 Dining area

 Garden - enclosed

 Patio

Nearby (within 5 miles)

 Country walks

 Hiking

 Pub within walking distance

 Restaurant

 Shops

Entertainment

 DVD player

 TV - Smart

 WiFi

Wellness

 Book a beauty treatment

On Arrival

 Included - Linen

 Included - Towels

 Self check-in

 Welcome pack

Kitchen

 Condiments & Oil

 Fridge

 Hob

 Kettle

 Kitchenware / Utensils

 Microwave

 Oven

 Toaster

Parking

 Free parking

Setting

 Mid sized site (5-11 accoms)

 Quiet location

FAQs

Is there somewhere to exercise my dog?

Yes there is a fully enclosed 2 acre meadow for dogs to run around and socialise.

Do you accept cats?

Sorry but no.

What is included in the breakfast hamper?

Our scrumptious Breakfast Basket with locally sourced produce including eggs, bacon, mushrooms, tomatoes, bread, butter, milk, jam & marmalade, fresh fruit and cookies!

Is there a BBQ?

Yes but we ask that you bring charcoal for it.

How much is it to hire a bike?

We have bikes that you can use for free.

Is the property warm?

Yes as well as the wood burner it has central heating with radiators.

What extras do you offer?

We have champagne, chocolates, flowers, deli hampers and beauty treatments all available.

Nearest Airport/s

Norwich



Content updated on 16th March 2022 by Louise Catterall, Content Editor at QuirkyAccom in collaboration with Carl Scott from Woodfarm House