Woodbridge 3 miles.
This delightful modern barn conversion is perfectly located in the beautiful village of Ufford, close to the popular market town of Woodbridge and offers excellent access to the Suffolk Heritage Coast.
This lovely cottage featuring a secluded garden with hot tub is a fantastic escape for couples.
With excellent walking and cycling on your doorstep and so much to do close by you will want to return again and again.
The front door opens into a spacious sitting room with sofa bed to offer flexibility with sleeping arrangements, and has comfortable seating for guests to relax whist watching a movie.
There is also a dining table to enjoy an evening meal together.
The ground floor wet room features a walk-in shower and may be suitable for guests with limited mobility.
Through the well-equipped kitchen, stairs lead up to a spacious bedroom with a zip/link bed which can be made into a super king-size bed or two singles.
The garden is an ideal spot for enjoying a morning coffee whilst planning your day ahead, and after a busy day out why not relax and soothe your tired feet in the hot tub?
Take a walk down to the lower part of the village and enjoy a river walk to the market town of Woodbridge with its excellent selection of independent shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants.
Make sure you pay a visit to the fascinating and picturesque Tide Mill too, operating for well over 800 years, it is one of the first tide mills in the country, and certainly the last one working.
The cottage is ideal for walkers and cyclists, and the tidal river is popular with nature lovers, rowers and paddlers.
Golfers are also well-catered for with an excellent selection of golf courses in the area.
Alternatively, if you fancy a day of pampering why not book in for a spa treatment at Ufford Park?
There are two wonderful castles nearby at Orford and Framlingham, and the famous National Trust site of Sutton Hoo is famous for being a ship burial site, believed to date back to the early 7th century.
Snape Maltings is just a short drive away and is becoming increasingly popular for shoppers and also hosts many concerts throughout the year, certainly worth a visit to see what’s on, or stopping off at on your way to the must see coastal town of Aldeburgh.
This cottage is an ideal base for exploring the area, whatever the time of the year.