Suffolk has achieved becoming one of five counties to be nominated for the title of top holiday destination in Great Britain 2015-16 by BBC Countryfile Magazine. Hunters Lodge is excellently placed for discovering the county and its coastline.
A double rooms on the third floor of an outstanding thatched Grade II Listed Lodge House dating back to around 1429. Hunters Lodge is a family home and we welcome guests to experience our life in the idyllic Suffolk countryside.
A double room available on the third floor of an outstanding thatched Grade II Listed Suffolk House dating back to 1429. Hunters Lodge is a family home and we welcome guests to experience our life in the idyllic Suffolk countryside.
Guest Shower/bathroom, Old English kitchen for coffee and tea making. Oak Beamed day/breakfast room with inglenook fireplace. Windows overlooking back and front gardens. Countryside accessible in minutes into open fields and forest. Off road car parking for two cars. Secure garage for pedal bikes.
An initial welcome and introduction to the home. Breakfast self-service within the Day Room. Packed lunch if requested.
Hunters Lodge is situated on a quiet country road but with easy access to A14 taking you to the medieval town of Bury St Edmunds to the west and the inlet and harbour of Ipswich to the East, with waterside cafes and yachts. Cycling, walking and country activities are on our doorstep
A local bus route to Bury St Edmunds twice a day. Easy train transport into London Liverpool Street from Stowmarket. National Cycle route 51 outside the house to follow into Cambridge and Essex and Norfolk.
We have a family pet – Inka, a German Shepherd who loves people and playing ball! We also have a multitude of wild nature inhabiting the garden and pond – including ducks and ducklings, many examples of birds, including moorhens and herons. Frogs, toads, butterflies, May flies, dragon flies etc. It really is a naturalists haven. (URL HIDDEN)
Hunters Lodge is our home and we would expect it to be treated with respect.
No smoking allowed on the premises and sorry, no pets.
We love Mallorca, Monaco, Granada,Barcelona, Annecy, Cordoba, Prague and the many other destinations experienced together. We have spent some years renovating our 15th century home principally as a place to celebrate our family life whenever possible. We have four daughters all flown the nest who visit frequently with their family. We live at Hunters Lodge with Inka our German Shepherd, families of wild ducks, moorhens and a host of other nature. We couldn't live without chocolate, internet, or good TV dramas. We love open air pursuits so cycling, walking, tennis and country pursuits are our hobbies. Favourite films are Chocolate, Ice Cold in Alex. We love independent travel and meeting people who like to share their native cultures whether in Norfolk or Norway......