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Sudbury 5 miles; Bury St Edmunds 12 miles.
In late medieval and Tudor times, Lavenham was one of the country's wealthiest towns due to the English wool trade. Today, Lavenham is considered England's finest complete medieval village with over 350 timber framed medieval houses and its magnificent church of St Peter & St Paul. Located in some of these medieval buildings you will find delightful shops, art galleries tea rooms, good pubs and a number of Michelin starred gourmet restaurants. Many places have been filmed for TV & films including a Harry Potter movie filmed in the splendid NT Guildhall. The village & the surrounding countryside have inspired many famous artists, John Constable was schooled in Lavenham and Thomas Gainsborough in the nearby village of Sudbury. This area of Suffolk is renowned for its pretty villages and its historic houses. Nearby is NT Melford Hall with its antique centres, visit the beautiful Debham Vale and see where John Constable was inspired. At NT Flatford Mill, you can enjoy a leisurely boat trip or walk the banks of the River Stour and afterwards visit the riverside tea rooms. London is just over one hour by train from Sudbury and the nearest airport is Stansted.
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A stylish semi-detached cottage, centrally located in the beautiful medieval town of Lavenham. This Lavenham cottage features two spacious bedrooms with a romantic French touch and overlooks the garden and the tiled medieval village roofs. Sunny evenings at this Lavenham cottage will find you on the secluded patio, ideal for alfresco dining, and for the cooler evenings, there is the conservatory with dining area which leads through antique Chinese doors to the cosy sitting room. The high street is within walking distance of this Lavenham cottage, offering traditional local produce from butchers, bakers, grocers along with interesting art galleries, antique centres and boutiques. Eating out is a must in Lavenham which is considered the food centre of Suffolk, with Michelin starred restaurants and pubs serving locally produced food, wines and beers. The countryside surrounding this Lavenham cottage is ideal for walking, cycling, and birdwatching. There are several National Trust properties, traditional small market towns and the large historic market towns of Sudbury, Bury St Edmunds, Newmarket and Cambridge, all within easy driving distance of this Lavenham cottage, along with museums, weekly markets and good shopping facilities.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin with pull-out child’s stacker bed. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Sitting room. Conservatory with dining area.
Gas central heating. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair. Roadside parking. Small private garden with table and chairs. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shops, pub and restaurants 4 mins walk. Note: This property accepts a maximum of 4 adults.
Open until 9.30pm
Previous visitors' comments about Granary Cottage:
The cottage was amazing, furnishings etc, felt more like a home than a holiday let. So lucky to find such a place in Lavenham.
Mrs Doyle, Welling, February 2013
Lovely spacious cottage. Really warm conservatory - even in December. Central location in lovely village. Comfy and homely feel with quirky decor.
Mrs Dunn, Milton Keynes, December 2012
We particularly liked the location of the cottage. Parking was not a problem. The main bedroom was lovely and light, and we liked all the artwork.
Mr Watson, East Grinstead, July 2012
"The accommodation layout was good and there was adequate space for 4 adults. It's location was convenient for the town."
Mr Walker, Morpeth, April 2012