This well-appointed detached character cottage sits amongst beautifully landscaped gardens and offers comfortable accommodation in Hoxne, one of Suffolk’s prettiest villages.
Woodlands is a delightfully refurbished holiday home, with ample off road parking.
Upon entering, the well-equipped kitchen provides all you need to prepare family feasts, and looks over the delightful patio and gardens, which are ideal for alfresco dining on a warm summer’s evening.
Accessed from the hallway are the cosy dining room and separate sitting room, which is adorned with an abundance of exposed beams and houses a warming woodburning stove recessed into a brick mantle, creating a cosy cottage feel all year round.
Upstairs, the family bathroom is shared amongst the three bedrooms, which include a double, a twin and a single room with an additional folding bed to create flexibility for almost every party.
Hoxne is steeped in history with the local amenities just a moment’s stroll away, and offers excellent walking and cycling from your doorstep.
With the Rivers Waveney and Dove both nearby, along with sweeping water meadows all around, and quiet lanes linking the ancient surrounding woodlands, there’s plenty to discover.
Alternatively, you can hop in the car and be beside the sea within the hour, with the likes of Aldeburgh and Southwold both easily accessible.
This lovely cottage in a charming country village location offers guests a perfect base for discovering both the doorstep and daytrip delights of Suffolk and beyond.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single with pull-out bed. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Basin and WC. Kitchen. External utility. Dining room. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Scole 2.4 miles; Diss 5 miles.
The idyllic little village of Hoxne sits 5 miles southeast of Diss and 14 miles northwest of Framlingham, Suffolk. One of Suffolk's most attractive villages, Hoxne is home to a Post Office, a 15th century, Grade II listed pub, and the streets are lined with a range of quaint chocolate box cottages, some topped with charming thatched roofs. Steeped in history, Hoxne is famous for one of the largest collections of late Roman silver and gold discovered in Britain. The pretty surrounding countryside and woodland and the River Dove and Waveney flowing past all make Hoxne a perfect base for walking cycling. Within an hour’s drive you can be touring the Norfolk Broads, sunning yourself by the sea or strolling along the pier in Southwold, or discovering the cultural city of Norwich. With a wealth of day trips to enjoy and plenty of wonderful walks and cycling from the door, Hoxne provides an idyllic base for a memorable Suffolk holiday.