This warm and friendly cottage is situated in the village of Hintlesham.
Hosting one bedroom, this retreat makes a cosy getaway for couples wishing to escape from their busy lifestyle and endure a well-earned rest.
Upon entering you will arrive at a delightful kitchen with a splash of colour, home to the essentials you may need throughout your stay.
The shower room lies close by, wrapped in lovely décor, and presenting an almost quirky yet stylish feel.
Here you can get ready for the day ahead at ease.
Close by, a double bedroom makes a soothing place to sleep, with plenty of storage available for all of your belongings, and a pretty dressing table resting to the side.
Views of the garden can be seen from the window, and all in all, this room is a classic design.
Moving round, a spacious sitting room is beautifully presented with a white sofa, accessories, and soft furnishings.
You will look forward to breakfast time at the nearby dining table which seats two people.
On a sunny day, why not spend an afternoon in the shared garden, taking in the pleasant surroundings.
The village of Hintlesham is worth exploring with historic attractions, activities and surrounding countryside.
Further afield, the market town of Hadleigh boasts walking opportunities and lies in easy reaching distance of Ipswich, and a 20 minute drive will take you to the very popular local attraction of Dedham in the heart of Constable Country.
This is delightful accommodation in a heart warming location.
About the location
Ipswich 5 miles; Hadleigh 5 miles.
Hintlesham is a small village in Suffolk, England, located halfway between Ipswich and Hadleigh. The village is notable for Hintlesham Hall, a 16th-century country house, now restored and turned into a hotel. There is much to explore in the local area and The Hintlesham Golf Club lies in 150 acres of Suffolk’s tranquil countryside. Its Parkland courses provide a great challenge for players of all abilities. Hintlesham Hall Hotel is widely recognised as being one of the loveliest hotels in the UK and Ireland, and provides a 21st Century haven of comfort within a Grade 1 listed Elizabethan Manor House. Hintlesham and Chattisham are fortunate to have a flourishing village primary school, community hall and playing field, along with two thriving churches. Visit nearby Hadleigh; a market town fairly close to Ipswich, but far enough to have its own character and unique history. There are numerous public footpaths throughout the town, several taking advantage of the close proximity of the River Brett.