"An absolutely Fantastic place - good thing we were only here for two days otherwise we might have stayed forever! you have created a peaceful gem with so many thoughtful touches - would love to come back."
"What a fantastic place, so idyllic and so quiet, the perfect hideaway retreat! To sharing breakfast on the patio with the squirrels to curling up on your sumptuous couch! We only live 30 minutes away but next time we'll be back for longer! Thank you so so much!! Xxx"
"A perfect place for peace and quiet. Beautifully furnished, comfort and welcoming."
There's an open plan living area with stylish furniture, a bedroom with a modern oak four-poster bed and an en-suite wet room. Large glass doors lead out to a patio where you could enjoy a glass of wine or two in the dabbled shade under an old walnut tree, with views over rolling farm fields.
Living area: The front door leads into the open plan living space with exposed oak beams. In the living area there's a large red leather corner sofa with cushions, a 37” flat screen TV with freeview and a DVD player, a Isamu Noguchi designer coffee table, a sideboard and super wood burning stove to ensure you're cosy in cooler months.
Dining/kitchen: The dining area has a round glass table and the kitchen has a built in fan assisted oven, touch control ceramic hob with black gloss doors and a wood block-work surface. The appliances include a Dualit toaster, Nespresso coffee machine, dishwasher, fridge with a freezer compartment, microwave and washing machine. There are large glass patio doors with views over the garden and fields beyond.
Bedroom: The bedroom has a king-size four-poster oak bed with a pocket sprung mattress all covered with crisp Egyptian cotton sheets and a goose down duvet. Storage is provided in a floating wall-mounted drawers with wardrobe space.
En-suite shower room: This wet room is decorated with mosaics and fitted with an Aqualisa power shower, hand basin and w.c.
Underfloor heating throughout the barn ensures you’ll be warm enough, whatever the weather.
Outside: The cottage is situated in the grounds of a stylish B&B on a peaceful private lane lined with oak trees with off-road parking. Surrounded by at least an acre of gardens set well back from the road, it is a lovely place to relax.
All prices include 100% cotton bed linen and towels, gas and electricity plus a welcome pack of goodies to help you get your break off to a relaxing start.
The accommodation is equipped with underfloor heating, flat screen TV, DVD player, CD/radio player, WiFi (although please note that there is no helpline support for this), Ipod dock (Bose sound system), electric hob and oven, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, and a fridge with freezer compartment. A travel cot is available on request for babies under 10 months.
This self-catering holiday cottage is situated on the edge of the historic village of Eye, near Diss. Eye is situated on the River Dove and has a small supermarket, butchers, post office, newsagent and a deli. There' an interesting selection of antique shops to browse and the remains of a small castle to walk around. There are several good pubs and restaurants a short drive from the village including The Fox and Goose at Fressingfield, The Swan Inn at Hoxne and Momiji Japanese restaurant at Harleston.
The area is ideal for walking or cycling with the cottage is situated on the Mid-Suffolk way footpath and close to many historic villages. Nearby attractions accessible by car include Bressingham Gardens and Steam Museum (20 mins), the coastal havens of Southwold and Walberswick (30 mins), Minsmere nature reserve (40 mins).
Sailing enthusiasts can enjoy activities on the Norfolk Broads near the beautiful city of Norwich, or on the estuary of the River Deben.Flatford Mill for Constable lovers and the Newmarket races are only 40 minutes by car. For the wine connoisseur why not treat yourselves to an experience day at Shawsgate Vineyard (20 mins), or enjoy the delights of Wyken Vineyard (15 mins).
Norwich, Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich are all about 30 minutes away by car and there are many pretty villages in the area to explore during your stay.
View our Best of Suffolk Guide to Eating, Drinking and Visiting in Eye, Suffolk.