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Paula - verified booking
"The Manor House is a beautiful and comfortable property, spacious and very well equipped and appointed. Very nice touches, like toiletries, dressing gowns, slippers, and a nice food parcel including bottles of prosecco and beer. Naomi (the owner) visited the evening we arrived and was quick to address a couple of minor issues such as light bulbs not working and the washing machine door which had been broken by the previous tenants (it was already booked for repair, and indeed was repaired the day after we arrived). I only have a couple of minor niggles; one was a lack of storage in some of the bedrooms (eg. no drawer space) which seemed odd given that the rooms were all easily large enough to accommodate a chest of drawers! Also, in the kitchen, the crockery/glass/cutlery supply was more than ample, but we did note a lack of large pans, which was strange given that the house sleeps 16. The largest saucepan was only just big enough for one packet of pasta. There was a large heavy wok and some Le Creuset cookware but none of this could be used on the induction hob, only the Aga, and it was very heavy to lift. Minor issues though - it's a lovely property and I'm sure anyone holidaying there will have a great week!We visited the nearby pub (Lydd Arms) a couple of times including once for dinner. They were very friendly, although because we were such a big group we had to pre-order our food 1-2 days which took a bit of organisation."
Kate - verified booking
"We had a great time staying here - the house itself was lovely but we had an issue with the heating and hot water because a gas delivery hadn't arrived. Had this not been the case we would have scored this a 10 overall.The owner was fantastic and did everything they could to get us hot water, even to the extent of buying us extra kettles so we could give the toddlers their baths a bit easier (instead of boiling water in the kitchen and running it upstairs). They gave us extra wood for the fires as well and it really did feel like they did everything they possibly could to sort the issue.We intend to go back to either this house or one of the owner's other houses though as they were lovely, large and very well equipped. There is also a pool table and table football in the courtyard which I think is missing from the description on this site and probably should be added in!"
Annie and Stu - verified booking
"What a lovely place for an autumnal escape! Great location and a fabulously cosy and homely cottage to come back to each day. We have had some great walks from Dunwich, Walberswick, Thorpeness and Snape... thanks for providing the walking books and OS maps! We had an excellent meal at Main's Restaurant over the road and G&T's café, also in Yoxford, is great - amazing cake! The area is spoilt for choice for cosy winter pubs; we loved Eels Foot Inn at Eastbridge, the Ship at Dunwich and the Lord Nelson in Southwold... but there are many, many more! (and we did the pub quiz at White Hart in Blythburgh - it was packed! All in all a great stay. We return home well rested thanks to the comfy beds and lots of fresh air, we'd love to come back! PS. Also great Wifi compared to lots of holiday stays!"
Nick, Katie and Becky - verified booking
"A wonderful week exploring Suffolk from this ideally located, cosy cottage. The highlight for all the family was a day at Covehithe beach, a glorious stretch of sand with very few people. Great views of Southwold Pier in the distance. Southwold offered us a lovely walk; we crossed to Walberswick on the foot ferry - a sturdy rowing boat helmed by an elderly but skilled skipper. The lighthouse was also worth a visit. We also enjoyed a day at Snape Maltings & Britten's Red House/Exhibition was good too. We were lucky to be here during Snape Proms. Sutton Hoo and Woodbridge (walk along the river) was another great day and we enjoyed the circular walk from Dunwich. All in all a super holiday enjoying the Suffolk countryside in a comfortable and homely cottage to return to."
Colin - verified booking
"We found this cottage to be up there with the best of the best, it wanted for nothing.Anyone renting this cottage will not be disappointed,there is a sports field behind the cottage which is ideal for kids to play without the aid of a computer or mobile phone,or dog walking, my old terrier took on a new lease of life galloping around,I even did a bit of galloping myself.Pub just across the road,eat in or takeaway, my last night there was music on, not loud, finished at 10.45.Cottage owners Dave and Lou are really nice people who go that bit further for you.Louth is 8 miles away for your ALDI,MORRISONs, TESCO shop,lovely old market town, has lots to offer."