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The Lodge 4

Stowmarket, Suffolk, East of England

The Lodge From £599 Availability

This custom-built holiday property takes the form of a top-quality Finnish log cabin, sleeping up to 4 people for a Suffolk break. Enjoy the comfortable furnishings and charming ambience as you relax in stylish surroundings.

The spacious living area has a fabulous homely feel with a contemporary wood burning stove for those cosy nights curled up on the sofa. There is a large balcony leading out from the main sitting room area with wonderful chunky wooden sofas and garden furniture – sit back, enjoy the peace and relax watching goats and sheep graze in the neighbouring paddocks.

Inside the Lodge boasts two good sized bedrooms – one double and one twin – with the double having an en-suite bathroom with modern shower. The family bathroom has a freestanding bath and stunning Moroccan basin. Highly eco-friendly, the cabin is well insulated so cool in summer and warm in winter – it is heated throughout with underfloor heating from an air heat source system.

Set in a mature garden with a terraced area for outside dining, the Lodge has wonderful views from the garden and main bedroom over rolling Suffolk farmland.

If you can tear yourself away from the fantastic views across the countryside there are some beautiful places to visit in the local area. There are a number of circular walks out from the Lodge or head to Priestley Wood to see the bluebells in bloom. The wood is ranked in The Woodland Trusts top 10 bluebell woods and you may also find a number of species of orchids.

If you are interested in medieval history, a trip to one of the wool towns will allow you to see the architecture associated with the wealth of the wool trade. Long Melford and Lavenham are both worth a visit with a number of fine buildings to explore including the churches. Long Melford is also home to Kentwell Hall, a Tudor manor and estate. The Hall hosts a number of historical re-enactments throughout the year and other events which for younger visitors gives them a living history experience.

This area of Suffolk has also provided inspiration for several world-famous painters – John Constable, Thomas Gainsborough and Alfred Munnings. There are several museums dedicated to the artists and you can explore the countryside which provided such an important influence for them with their work.

Only two hours from London, yet sitting in the middle of stunning Suffolk countryside, The Lodge really is ideal for couples looking to explore the local area but also for families keen to discover a bit of the county. Leaving behind the hustle and bustle of daily life you can return to the peace and quiet of The Lodge and enjoy the views from the verandah or the cosiness of the sitting area.

All Ground Floor Accommodation: Open plan living area with wooden floors and underfloor heating: Sitting room With wood burning stove, leather sofas and a Freeview television. Dining area With dining table and seating for six. Master Bedroom With a double bed and en-suite shower room. Twin bedroom With two 3' single beds. Bathroom With bath, wash basin and WC. Outside: Set in a mature garden with terraced area for outside dining, garden furniture and barbecue. Parking. Additional Information: A well behaved dog is welcome (small additional charge).

The Loft 6

Woodbridge, Suffolk, East of England

The Loft From £1359 Availability

From the outside of The Loft, you would never guess the mastery in design that lies within! Though still gorgeous outside, this two centuries old former corset factory and furniture warehouse offer stunning, atmospheric New York loft living with contemporary industrial vibes throughout. The three bedrooms are all downstairs with dreamy ensuite bathrooms and a delightful snug. Upstairs, you will be truly wowed at this spacious gem with incredible open plan living and illuminating light.

The clever and imaginative design has taken The Loft to heavenly heights. Careful restoration has left warm exposed brickwork, iron beams, and glints of copper from days of old meeting trendy, contemporary style. With industrial inspiration, the double-height living spaces make you think of New York loft living. There are hints throughout the buildings ancient past. A large section of the vaulted roof is made of glass with stunning effect. The sleek black kitchen complements the anthracite steel ceiling and blends brilliantly with the beaming exposed brickwork. Your party chef will be very impressed! Colourful chairs surround the gorgeous dining table, perfect for a celebration feast. This is a very social space. Underfloor heating throughout warms your feet through the outstanding wooden floor. The lounge area is another statement, with trendy, comfy sofas surrounding the contemporary wood-burning stove: even the utility room excudes style and elegance, all in black.

Downstairs, three sensational bedrooms offer superb sleeping accommodation for 6, all with kingsize beds and ensuite bathrooms. The industrial theme continues together with modern artwork and luxury linens. The snug is a comfy hideaway with gorgeous turquoise seating where you can escape to enjoy your holiday read, catch up on emails or children can watch some television or play games.

Located in Woodbridge's pretty market town, this wonderful, unique conversion is sure to impress, enthral and delight. You are in the centre of the town to walk from your doorstep to enjoy all that Woodbridge has to offer.

The Loft is a pet-friendly house too, so you are very welcome to bring along two of your furry friends.

The delightful, historic town of Woodbridge lies 8 miles up the River Deben from the sea. It is close to some major archaeological Anglo-Saxon sites including the Sutton Hoo burial ships. Woodbridge is famous for its attractive boating harbour, The Tide Mill and has previously been named as the best place to live in the East of England!

It is on the edge of the glorious Suffolk coast and an the Heath Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Woodbridge boasts some excellent shops and superb pubs and restaurants. The town’s river walk and the Tide Mill was voted the most loved element of Woodbridge by the residents. Visitors can enjoy a delicious cup of coffee on the quayside and stroll along the riverside paths admiring the iconic working Tide Mill. The riverside vistas are incredibly pretty and Instagram worthy! You might even spot a seal along the way. There are many unique, independent shops in Woodbridge, even a violin shop. There are frequent local produce, vintage and craft markets held on the Market Hill, in the shadow of the stunning Shire Hall.

Woodbridge’s Valley Farm Equestrian Leisure is sure to be hit with horse loving visitors. All abilities and ages over 4 can enjoy meeting, petting and learning about the horses and animals. There are some lovely tracks through the woodland and along the river banks. They offer one-off sessions or courses.

The National Trust’s Sutton Hoo is a popular visitor attraction. It is home to great archaeological discoveries. Visitors can walk around the ancient burial mounds, discovering the incredible story of the ship burial of an Anglo-Saxon King and his treasured possessions. There is a full-size reconstruction of the burial chamber and stunning replica treasures. There are also original finds, including a prince’’s sword. Sutton Hoo is a hauntingly beautiful 255 acre estate with stunning views over the River Deben. It is a fantastic day out, even if you are not particularly interested in archaeological finds. Inside the Edwardian house, children can dress up like Anglo-Saxons and outside they can enjoy the adventure playground.

You may want to drive through the countryside area of outstanding beauty for a day at the seaside at Aldeburgh. This pretty, quaint village boasts pretty, pastel painted architecture, art galleries for a browse, charming coffee shops, lovely restaurants and a delightful beach. The stunning ‘Scallop’ sculpture on the beach is 4 metres high and is inscribed with the words ‘I hear those voices that will not be drowned’ from Benjamin Britten’s famous opera Grimes. It is a celebration of the village’s famous resident of more than 30 years. There is an annual Aldeburgh Festival which takes place in June. Visitors can buy the freshest of catches at the colourful fisherman’s huts on the beach and head along to the estuary to admire the lovely sailboats and yachts.

The Retreat 2

Brandon, Suffolk, East of England

The Retreat From £543 Availability

The Retreat is a detached lodge situated in Brandon, Suffolk within the grounds of the owner's home. Hosting one double room with en-suite shower room, along with a separate cloakroom with basin and WC, this property can sleep up to two people. Inside there is also an open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric fire. To the outside is off-road parking, a veranda with seating, and shared use of the owners four acres of grounds. The Retreat will be just the thing you need to refresh your senses in the wonderful Suffolk countryside.

The retreat log cabin 2

Sudbury, Suffolk, East of England

The retreat log cabin From £854 Availability

The Retreat

The retreat is cosy log cabin offering a self catering experience. The cabin is situated on the outskirts of the quaint village of Boxford and positioned amongst farmland with spectacular countryside views stretching for miles.

The cabin is tastefully decorated with all mod cons and can accommodate 2 adults comfortably with the option to accommodate two more people on a small pull out sofa bed in the living room.

Living accommodation

Double bedroom with king size comfy double bed all bedding and towels provided
Living room with large flatscreen tv cosy electric fireplace with large windows to enjoy the breathtaking views.
Small kitchen with 4 ringed hob - oven - fridge - microwave - and dishwasher
toilet and shower room - fully central heated - fans for when the weather is warm
Free WiFi
Free Netflix
Free onsite parking
Non smoking cabins

About Boxford

The village of Boxford offers a warm small village atmosphere and boasts a local pub offering a selection of wholesome meals, a few local shops including a delightful tea room offering a wide array of delicious home made lunches and cakes. Walking distance to the village will take about 30 mins and on a nice day it's well worth the walk

Being a semi rural area there are many countryside walks as you walk out of the retreat - great for nature lovers or just people looking for peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of life

There is an on-site holistic therapy centre offering holistic therapies spa pampering and massages

Please see our therapy website for more information www.theangeltherapyrooms.co.uk

When you stay at the retreat you will be woken to the sound of the birds singing and have access to beautiful country walks on your doorstep - watch amazing sunsets from the front verandah of the cabin and easy access to some local tourist attractions such as the quaint old villages of long Medford Claire and lavenham - Sudbury is a short drive as is colchester and bury st Edmunds

Lots of wonderful restaurants cafes pubs and bistros within a short drive from the retreat

Located in Sudbury, this cabin is in a rural area. The area's natural beauty can be seen at Dedham Vale and Great Cornard Country Park, while Gainsborough's House and Sir Alfred Munnings Art Museum are cultural highlights. Assington Barn and East Anglian Railway Museum are also worth visiting. Take time off to check out the winery tours in the area, or get some fresh air with adventures like hiking, cycling, and mountain biking nearby.

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Stowmarket, Suffolk, East of England

The spacious living area has a fabulous homely feel with a cont From £882 Availability

This unique, Finnish log cabin has been built to the highest standard and is comfortably furnished throughout. The spacious living area has a fabulous homely feel with a contemporary wood burning stove for those cosy nights curled up on the sofa. There is a large balcony leading out from the main sitting room area with wonderful chunky wooden sofas and garden furniture – sit back, enjoy the peace and relax watching goats and sheep graze in the neighbouring paddocks.

Inside the Lodge boasts two good sized bedrooms – one double and one twin – with the double having an en-suite bathroom with modern shower. The family bathroom has a freestanding bath and stunning Moroccan basin. Highly eco-friendly, the cabin is well insulated so cool in summer and warm in winter – it is heated throughout with underfloor heating from an air heat source system.

Set in a mature garden with a terraced area for outside dining, the Lodge has wonderful views from the garden and main bedroom over rolling Suffolk farmland.

Ground Floor:
Open-plan kitchen/dining/sitting area
With electric oven and hob, fridge with icebox, microwave and Melitta filter coffee machine.
Dining area
With table and chairs for up to four guests.
Sitting room
With bi-fold doors, smart television and bluetooth speaker.
With wash basin and WC.

First Floor:
With twin 3' single beds.
Shower room
With shower cubicle, wash basin and WC.

Outdoor dining furniture.
Off-road parking for two cars.

Additional Information:
Children and infants welcome - please bring your own travel cot and high chair.
Double sofa bed available on request.
Underfloor heating.
Two well-behaved dogs welcome (small additional charge).
Set in a mature garden with terraced area for outside dining, garden furniture and barbecue.

This cabin is located in Stowmarket. Bramford Golf Centre and Chantry Park are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those looking for area attractions can visit Blakenham Woodland Garden and Suffolk Owl Sanctuary. Looking to enjoy an event or a game while in town? See what's happening at Crown Pools or Northgate Sports Centre. Take an opportunity to explore the area for outdoor excitement like cycling and other activities like birdwatching.

The Studio at The Curatage, Bromeswell 2

Woodbridge, Suffolk, East of England

The Studio at The Curatage, Bromeswell From £405 Availability

The Studio at The Curatage, Bromeswell, Suffolk sleeps two guests in one bedroom

Walberswick Church House 10

Walberswick, Suffolk, East of England

Walberswick Church House From £3407 Availability

Set in the charming village of Walberswick, this coastal home provides an idyllic space to explore the beauty of the Suffolk coast.  Accommodating up to ten guests, this spacious, modern house is thoughtfully designed, with artwork on the walls and a gorgeous garden complete with private swimming pool, sun loungers and crochet for the lawn!

Throw open the doors of the spacious living room and let in the coastal air, allowing you to wonder from indoors to out with ease, Pimm’s in hand!  A large log-burner warms the room on colder months, whilst lunch or dinner can be enjoyed either at the large oak dining table or al fresco on the garden furniture.  

A farmhouse style kitchen has a breakfast island and smaller table, perfect to enjoy a coffee and croissant whilst planning you day out on the coast. With pretty dressers and modern amenities from dishwasher to range cooker, it will be a delight to spend time prepping meals whilst chatting and catching up over a glass of wine.  A lovely colour pop conservatory offers a sun-filled space to get on with your holiday novel, with doors flung open to access the stunning garden.

The sleeping accommodation can be found on the first floor, consisting of one super-king, three double bedrooms and a twin room, each with their own en-suite, with bed linens and towels included.   Two of the bedrooms benefit from access to a lovely, shared balcony overlooking the garden and providing an idyllic spot to enjoy your morning coffee in peace and tranquillity.

Throw open the large floor to ceiling patio doors and step out to your own private swimming pool, bedecked with sun loungers, the ideal spot to recline with a cocktail when the sun is shining.  With a BBQ on the go and a game of croquet on the lawn, it will be hard to tempt your group back inside of an evening!  Yet, with the unspoilt Suffolk coast at your door, there is much to explore in the delightful village of Walberswick from the local sand and shingle beach to nearby marsh and heathland, plus with two local pubs at your disposal it would be wrong not to enjoy a tranquil pint in the sunshine.

The lovely village of Walberswick has a nostalgic charm, with a pretty sand and shingle beach complete with grassy dunes.  There are some lovely cycle routes to take and explore giving great opportunities for birdwatching along the heath and marshland or crabbing of the pretty wooden footbridges.  Two local pubs serve the village well, the Anchor and The Bell, serving local ales and delicious food, a great end destination after a long walk down the Suffolk Coast Path that leads to the historic village of Dunwich.

Accessible by a summer foot ferry, or a stroll down the old railway path is the town of Southwold which combines a sandy shingle coastline with a bustling market town with much to see and do.   Clamber to the top of the town’s working lighthouse, operating since 1887, this remarkable landmark is a great place to survey the coastline from its inland location.

The calling card of many a British seaside town is the pier, and Southwold doesn’t disappoint.  Southwold pier has many crafty shops and a wall of crazy mirrors to keep the kids entertained.  An eccentric Under the Pier show offers an array of weird and wonderful coin-operated interactive machines which is well worth a visit and why not finish it off with some chunky fish finger sandwiches at The Boardwalk on the pier or for the best local fish and chips head to Sole Bay’s Fish Company.

For further coastline exploring why not take a drive to Aldeburgh Beach, one of the most popular on the Suffolk coast, with a host of quirky historic buildings from a Martello Tower, a converted windmill and a Norman church lining the coast.  A history of art and culture is connected with Aldeburgh with Caroline Wiseman’s gallery located right on the beach.

Under an hour’s drive away is Framlington Castle a magnificent 12th century fortress with a fascinating history.  Embark on the 10.5m high Wall Walk that has stood for over 800 years looking down on spectacular views of Framlingham mere.  There is also a workhouse and exhibition to explore, detailing the former residents of the Castle including Mary Tudor, who was proclaimed Queen in 1553 at the Castle itself.

More historic findings can be discovered at Suffolk’s awe-inspiring Anglo Saxon burial site at Sutton Hoo, the subject of Netflix film “The Dig.”  Alongside the site itself you can look out from the 17-metre-high viewing tower, take a stroll through the charming woodland or pay a visit to the High Hall exhibition featuring replicas and original objects found at the site.

Walberswick House 10

Walberswick, Suffolk, East of England

Walberswick House From £3334 Availability

An incredibly striking home bursting with comfort and style, Walberswick House is a luxurious spot for a large group and all just a short walk from the beach!

As you approach the house you will be amazed by its sublime facade - a modern take on a traditional country home. And stepping inside it’s every bit as beautiful. Your vast farmhouse kitchen oozes traditional charm with a dazzling monochrome design throughout and impressive features, including a huge range cooker, a Belfast sink, blender and coffee machine. Delightfully connected alongside this through large open archways is an elegant dining area for the whole group, which itself links in wonderfully to the garden through a fully retractable wall of patio doors - inviting the warmth and sea air inside the home. There are two stunning living areas to choose from when it’s time to put your feet up. The first modelled like the dining area, with two separate entrances to the terrace through big French doors and a wood burner at its heart, the second embodying the same breath-taking bold design as the kitchen - and each brimming with cosy sofas and chairs for the ultimate relaxation.

For rest, meanwhile, there are five superb bedrooms, including four double rooms to choose from! All located on the first floor, each offers a fabulous view of the garden and, just beyond it, the sparkling sea! All five rooms, including two magnificent master bedrooms, feature the same deeply satisfying fusion of classical style and modern comfort, with huge comfortable beds set before vast French doors onto a brilliant balcony beyond or overlooking the garden. Across the balcony, sun loungers offer a place to soak up the sunshine, feel the sea air tingle at your skin and enjoy the peace of this incredible location. There are four double rooms and a fifth room with a set of bunk beds with a reading lamp over each bed. Two of the rooms enjoy fabulous ensuite facilities while there’s an additional bathroom on each floor, offering a range of walk-in showers, large bathtubs and elegant styling!

Out in your garden, meanwhile, a delightful mixture of manicured lawns and wild bushes echo the beach landscape just beyond the end of the boundary wall. Incredible garden furniture offers a comfortable spot for socialising or solitude, sunbathing or shade-seeking on a sunny day! With a fabulous table and chairs set up, you can dine alfresco together in the sun each day - perhaps enjoying a peaceful breakfast in the dawn glow!

Walberswick is a former fishing village known for its annual crabbing competitions. Its surrounding heath and marshland are protected as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and it is home to two pubs, a tearoom, art gallery and gift shop

Just across the street you’ll find a small Co-op, while about 300 meters away is the first pub, The Anchor, and less than 500 meters away is the superb sandy beach, with its vast dunes. The town itself is quaint and compact, perfect for a stroll.

And for something slightly bigger, just a few minutes’ walk, or short ferry journey, away, just across the harbour to the north, is Southwold, perhaps the most quintessentially English seaside town. The town itself is vibrant, with quaint shops, plenty of cafes and restaurants and countless scenic spots to sit back and watch the world go by! Whilst at the beach, you must pay a visit to the charmingly old-fashioned Pier, teeming with bizarre amusements, including Tim Hunkin’s eccentric inventions!

Meanwhile, if you fancy a tipple, or even just a fascinating few hours, visit the Adnams Brewery, winner of The Good Pub Guide 2011’s ‘Brewery of the Year’, where brewery tours are on offer throughout the year and you can try some of the huge variety of Adnams beers on offer. There’s also a thriving arts scene at Southwold Arts Centre during the summer months, so be sure to catch a show from Suffolk Summer Theatre!

Starting at its southern border with Essex and stretching all the way to Lowestoft and the Norfolk coast, the 50 miles stretch of enchanting and often wild coastline of Suffolk has a little something for everyone! With charming villages, medieval towns and exquisite natural beauty all set against breath-taking skies it is a true feast for the eyes!

Wickhambrook Hideaway 2

Wickhambrook, Suffolk, East of England

Wickhambrook Hideaway From £773 Availability

Wickhambrook Hideaway certainly lives up to its name. This immaculate refurbished school house is hidden away in Suffolk’s rolling landscape. It is perfect for a romantic country getaway where no one will disturb you. You can be at one with nature enjoying sensational views of the rolling fields. You can even fold back the doors to your bedroom and laze in your sumptuous bed or in your freestanding bath with the fields in front of you and a soft breeze on your face. What bliss!

This gorgeous renovation on the outskirts of the pretty village of Wickhambrook lies between Newmarket, Bury St Edmunds and the celebrated medieval town of Lavenham, not far from Cambridge and the fabulous Suffolk Heritage coastline . For beach days you can head to Frinton-on-Sea, Felixstowe, Aldeburgh, Thorpeness or Southwold. For some cultural entertainment or shopping you can head to Bury St Edmunds or Cambridge and if you are lucky enough to be taking your break on a race day, you can head to Newmarket. Then again, you may not want to leave your romantic, idyllic haven at all!

Wickhambrook Hideaway boasts a gorgeous open plan living space, a dreamy bedroom with a luxurious freestanding bath, a shower room and cute little patio. It is ideal for a couple wanting to get away from it all. You are welcome to take your furry friend who will love the walks from the doorstep and you could take a baby in a cot. If you are looking for a family getaway, please speak to our Concierge Team as we have many larger properties in this area. The profile of this timber clad retreat gives a hint of its previous life as a school house, but the renovation is seriously luxurious offering contemporary comfort and very easy living. The open plan living space enjoys a fabulous kitchen with a slight industrial feel. The units are smart and stylish with excellent appliances for your self-catering break. The dining area is very cute with a delightful table, chairs and bench seating painted in the same bluey grey tone as the kitchen cabinetry. The lounge area is just stunning. A sumptuous velvet sofa and chair are perfectly positioned to enjoy the log burning fire and the gorgeous panorama. Though petite, the high sloping ceiling gives this delightful space a cavernous feel and the doors and windows drown it in natural light. You will definitely appreciate the attention to detail is this lovely little pad.

Your bedroom is very special with your superbly comfortable kingsize bed beautifully dressed with luxury linens and stylish soft furnishings. The wall of glass doors facing the bed opens fully to a countryside wonder of fields and big skies. In front of your bed is your fabulous freestanding, roll top bath where you can indulge yourselves with both kinds of bubbles and those views. It is so romantic to have the freedom to bathe surrounded by nature. The shower room is beautifully appointed with an excellent walk-in shower.

You can step out from your bedroom and the living room to your patio with its garden chairs where you will be mesmerised by the scene in front of you and the changing light. It is so incredibly peaceful. You can walk for miles from your doorstep, much to the delight of your furry friend. You will definitely want to return.

Wickhambrook Hideaway is surrounded by glorious fields deep in the Suffolk countryside. It is located on the outskirts of the village of Wickhambrook, between Newmarket, Bury St Edmunds, Haverhill and Lavenham. Cambridge is to the west and the fabulous Suffolk coast to the east.

The charming, much photographed village of Lavenham is considered to be Britain’s best preserved medieval village and one of Suffolk’s most important wool towns. At every turn in Lavenham you will encounter medieval charm with characterful timber framed buildings lining the narrow streets and lanes. Lavenham has also gained a ‘foodie’ reputation with excellent restaurants and pubs. The village offers a rich history. In Tudor England, Lavenham was the 14th richest town thanks to its famous Lavenham Blue broadcloth. There are over 300 buildings listed as being of architectural and historic interest, including the beautiful Church of St Peter and St Paul, Little Hall, The Guildhall and De Vere House. The celebrated Guildhall is a spectacular timber-framed building built around 1530 by the religious Guild of Corpus Christi. The renovated Guildhall is located in the historic market place and today tells the stories of Lavenham’s fortunes. Little Hall, built in the 1390’s was once home to the Causton family and is now a museum owned by the Suffolk Buildings Preservation Trust. St Peter and St Paul Church was built at the height of Lavenham’s prosperity by Thomas Spring III in the late 15th century. The Old Grammar School is another amazing building. It was open from 1647-1887 and is a Grade I listed building whose many pupils included the famous painter John Constable. De Vere House is also know as the De Vere Hunting Lodge, the last house in Lavenham to be owned by the Earls of Oxford. Lavenham boasts a wonderful array of art galleries including the Crooked House Gallery, a building full of wonky charm. There are many charming cafes and restaurants. Lavenham is very proud of its strong links to America. The Lavenham airbase was home to the 487th Bombardment Group of the 8th US Army Air Force who flew 185 missions and more than 6000 sorties during WWII. There are some delightful walks in and around Lavenham. One is the Lavenham Woodland walk, part of the Old Lavenham to Long Melford Great Eastern Railway line. Not only is is beautiful, there are 24 varieties of butterflies that have been seen in the area.

The market town of Newmarket is the home of horse racing with the largest racehorse breeding centre in the country. It is a key global centre for horse health. Two classic races and three British Champions Series races are held at Newmarket each year. Newmarket has enjoyed close royal connections since the time of James I and the Queen often visits the town to see her horses in training. There are over fifty stables and two large racetracks, the Rowley Mile and the July Course. The town is home to over 3,500 racehorses.

Bury St Edmunds, the home of Saint Edmund, the original patron Saint of England boasts award-winning restaurants, excellent shopping, beautiful parks, historic buildings and many annual festivals. The magnificent St Edmundsbury Cathedral stands in the stunning Abbey Gardens among the ruins of the Abbey of St Edmund.

There is something for everyone in Cambridge. You might like to go punting on the River Cam, enjoy a picnic in the park, cycle around the impressive network of cycle paths, visit the stunning university buildings or join a walking tour of the city. King’s College Chapel is celebrated for its choral services including the famous A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, broadcast live by the BBC to the nation and around the globe on Christmas Eve. The University of Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum houses world-class collections of art and antiquities spanning centuries and Kettle’s Yard is a fantastic gallery for 20th century art and contemporary art. Theatre lovers are very happy with performances straight from the West End. There are also many alfresco music gigs.

If you can bear to leave Wickhambrook Hideaway, you may also enjoy a day at the seaside. It is easy to visit the dramatic and beautiful Suffolk Heritage Coast and the wonderful, popular seaside resorts of Aldeburgh, Thorpeness, Southwold and Felixstowe from Wickhambrook.

Woodland Lodge @ West Stow Pods: Idyllic woodland setting 4

West Stow, Suffolk, East of England

Woodland Lodge @ West Stow Pods: Idyllic woodland setting From £630 Availability

Woodland Lodge is the ideal accommodation for those who want to get reacquainted with nature without sacrificing any modern comforts.

The Woodland Lodge is situated near a quiet country lane and in proximity to our little car park. It is a prime spot for getting out and exploring the neighbouring Suffolk countryside and all its beautiful walking, horse riding and cycling trails.

The Woodland Lodge is dog-friendly

Located in Bury St Edmunds, this lodge is in a rural area and on a lake. Knettishall Heath Country Park and West Stow Country Park and Anglo Saxon Village reflect the area's natural beauty and area attractions include Larkwood Trout Fishery and Fuller's Mill Garden. CurveMotion and Ickworth House are also worth visiting.

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