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A beautiful green oak beamed barn conversion with large 4 seater hot tub, perfect for a romantic break, for ramblers, and for cyclists exploring both Suffolk and Norfolk.
S45701 is a charming Grade II listed contemporary conversion of a single storey barn with exposed green oak beams and oak vaulted ceiling in the sitting room and kitchen. The property is located in the village of Stoke Ash, near Eye - a small village but with all necessary amenities within easy reach. Inside the property there is a stylish woodburner and bi-folding doors which open onto the garden where there is a private decking and patio area. S45701 is the perfect romantic hideaway yet within easy reach of the A140 and perfect for a self-catering holiday in the heart of Suffolk. To make your stay all the more relaxing, guests can take advantage of a complimentary half day at a local spa with a great range of beauty treatments available. Shop: 0.25 miles Pub: 1 mile. Chocolatier, Baker, Butcher, Restaurants, Takeaways, Horse Riding: 4 miles. Spa: 5 miles. Golf: 7 miles.
Open Plan Room with Sitting Area: Smart TV, 'L' shape sofa, woodburner, bi-folding doors to garden. Kitchen Area: Electric oven and gas hob, fridge with ice box, microwave, water softener, dishwasher, washer dryer, breakfast bar with two stools.
Bedroom: Double bed.
Shower Room: Large shower cubicle, washbasin and wc.
Garden: Decking with Rattan garden furniture and four seater hot tub. Patio area with bistro table and chairs. Lockable waterproof bicycle store next to the barn.
Parking: Roadside on quiet lane outside the property.
Heating: Gas heating and woodburner.
Notes: Wi-Fi, towels and a starter pack of logs for the woodburner provided. A security deposit of £95 is required four weeks prior to your holiday.
The small village of Stoke Ash has plenty to offer those looking to visit this beautiful part of the county. Within the village there is a post office, a shop located within one of the locals garages selling many essentials and the local pub, The White Horse Coaching Inn, which was voted the 'best bar' within the area by the Diss Express, the local newspaper. Within one and a half miles the thatched Four Horseshoes is thought to be the oldest pub within Suffolk with a 12th century well inside its restaurant. The historic market town of Diss, with coffee shops, restaurants and pubs overlooking the pretty lake, are within approximately ten minutes by car. Eye and Framlingham, communities with castles, independent shops including a chocolatier and butchers are close by, as are picture postcard villages. Thornham Walks, with 12 miles of woodland walks around an historic estate are within a few miles and there are many beautiful lanes and sites to explore by bicycle too. The Suffolk coast including communities of Aldeburgh and Southwold, the Norfolk Broads, Ipswich with river cruises on offer, and the cathedral cities and towns of Norwich and Bury St Edmunds bustling with history and fine restaurants, are all easily accessible for day trips.
Transport - Car
Distance - Miles
- The White Horse Inn 1 mile
- The Four Horseshoes 1 mile
- Museum Of East Anglian Life 8.5 miles
- Needham Lake 9.5 miles
- Crown Hotel 11 miles
- Banham Zoo 11.5 miles
- Snetterton Race Circuit 14 miles
- Farmcafe & Foodmarket, Marlesford, Suffolk 15 miles
- Greyhound Public House 15.5 miles
- Christchurch Park 15.5 miles
"We had a lovely week in this nice cottage, great walks, lots of history, and perfect weather. A must visit is to the Four Horseshoes pub (thought to be the oldest pub in Suffolk and just two miles from S45701.)"
"We had a great week here. We loved the cottage, it was very comfortable and had everything we needed. There was lots to see and do around the here, even in February."
"Highly recommended company."
"A lovely last minute break, a super house, and ideal country for cycling. We made it to Bury St Edmunds, Diss, Eye and Thornham park - all worth a visit. Both local pubs serve good food."
"We had a lovely peaceful break in this beautiful cottage. Nice days out and super local food. We hope to return in the summer."
"Hoots Eye is a delightful and very comfortable cottage that is highly recommended. Suffolk Secrets were a delight and very helpful in making our holiday special."
"S45701 is an attractive and comfortable cottage. Aldeburgh and Southwold were nice places to visit, as was Flatford Mill."
"A lovely, well-equipped clean cottage, and very quiet. A good base to visit both Suffolk and Norfolk. Southwold and Aldeburgh are lovely old seaside towns, and Bury St Edmunds is worth a visit. The nearby Four Horseshoes (a 12th century inn) is superb for food and there was good reasonably priced food at the White Horse pub."
"This was a comfortable clean cottage. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend."
"Lovely cottage in a lovely area - had a great time."
"We loved the S45701! It was a great place to get away from the city to celebrate our 1st wedding anniversary! Cottage is perfectly well equipped and in close proximity to some great places."
"Lovely cosy property in a quiet location, perfect for a relaxing retreat away from the daily grind! The sofa was so comfy!"
"A fabulous cottage with everything we could have possibly have needed, provided."
"We had a fantastic time here in this lovely retreat. We would definitely recommend this place and hope to return some day. Thank you!"
"Owls Hoot provided everything we needed for a comfortable and relaxing stay."
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