This comfortable detached bungalow is set in a peaceful location, on the owner’s smallholding with a cattery, near the small village of Coney Weston with excellent road links for exploring both Suffolk and Norfolk.
This welcoming property offers you a spacious bedroom with a view over the garden, a separate shower room, a well-equipped kitchen and a lovely sitting room with space to enjoy a movie after a day out exploring, or in the summer months throw open the patio doors and relax on the patio area or lawned garden while reading a book or just taking in the peace and quiet of the area.
For guests who love walking, birdwatching and nature this is an ideal cottage for exploring with Suffolk wildlife’s wonderful Knetishall Heath Nature Reserve close by and the start of many famous walks such as the Peddars Way.
The property is also a perfect base for exploring by cycle or car with good access to the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds, which is excellent for shopping, exploring and events throughout the year.
Thetford Forest is just a short drive away and is excellent for walking, cycling and events, there is also a high wire course there and segway among a number of outdoor activities to entertain children and adults of all ages.
Also within reach is the Bressingham Steam Museum with its wonderful gardens and garden centre.
This really is an excellent base for couples and solo travellers looking for a charming Suffolk cottage.
About the location
Thetford 7 miles; Diss 12 miles; Bury St Edmunds 15 miles.
Coney Weston is a small, rural village in Suffolk and has a church, a playground and a pub at its heart. Just a short drive from the nearest town of Thetford is Thetford Forest, Britain's largest lowland pine forest with nature reserve and the Peddars Way National Trail. Families, walkers and cyclists will enjoy High Lodge Forest Centre with its excellent trails for all abilities and Squirrel Maze for the children. For the more adventurous try Go Trax or the high rope course of Go Ape, or just relax in the café with gift shop. Not to be missed is Lynford Arboretum and Lakes, which is wonderful at any time of the year. Be sure to visit the popular market town of Diss, with buildings that offer examples of gothic architecture. The market place is the hub of the town, which is overlooked by its beautiful 13th century church. At the bottom of the town is Diss Mere, a 6-acre lake with a fountain that runs all day, along with its adjacent park where you can relax while watching the world pass you by, making this a truly idyllic location.
Note: Maximum stay 21 nights.