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Our Cottages

​Our comfortable and well equipped  cottages, created from attractively converted farm buildings, were once the farm's dairy and 'neathouse' where David's father milked his herd of Jersey cows. Named after the four village greens, Bell, Swan, North and Silverleys, the cottages provide excellent quality self-catering accommodation. Situated around a south-facing courtyard with pleasant views of the ponds and meadows, all cottages have a patio area and access to a large garden and play area at the back.

Each cottage is centrally heated by our biomass boiler and equipped with Freeview TV, DVD player, video and mini stereo as well as a free WiFi connection. Kitchens all have built in oven, hotplates and microwave. Washing machines and a tumble-drier are provided in the adjoining laundry room. Bell Cottage and Swan Cottage sleep two people and Silverleys Cottage and North Cottage sleep four. All cottages also have a in the lounge. A connecting door between Swan Cottage and North Cottage gives the flexibility to cater for larger parties (6 bed spaces in 3 bedrooms, or up to 10 if the sofa beds in the lounges are used). We're the ideal location for an extended family Christmas getaway. 

Bell Cottage and Silverleys Cottage have been awarded Level 1 Mobility under the new ETC National Accessible Standard; they are wheelchair friendly, with ramped access, level floor showers, drop down handrails and grab rails. Other aids are available on request - please ask for details. Cots, highchairs, baby baths and stairgates are available free of charge. There is a small charge for cot linen if required. Pets are not allowed in any of the cottages.


We're delighted to have been awarded Suffolk Carbon Charter Gold award in recognition of our efforts to minimise our environmental impact and support the local economy. Measures include biomass heating, solar pV panels and LED lighting, as well as sourcing locally when possible and encouraging recycling to minimise landfill waste. 

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