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Barn / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
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Barn / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
PEACE AND TRANQUILITY, thats what you will experience if you book a stay at Owls Nest .In fact many of our guests comment on the beautiful idilic location as soon as they arrive. New for 2015, a wild flower walk ! This first floor accommodation is accessible via an external wooden staircase. The accommodation sleeps 2 people and has a bedroom with a double bed, bathroom with bath and shower, and a kitchen/lounge dining room. The kitchen is fully equipped including a built in fridge with ice box, washing machine, electric hob, and combi microwave. There is a breakfast bar with bar stools. The lounge dining room has a dining table and chairs a sofa and armchair with foot stool and built in cupboards. There is TV, internet access and oil fired central heating in the property.
The property benefits from lovely views to the back and front and has a light and airy feel with a large window in the main living area.
There is a secluded outside seating area and plenty of available parking. Pets are welcome but must be able to climb stairs as the property is on the first floor. Also any pets must be able to get along with other dogs, cats and horses.
The barn enjoys a very quiet rural location with 17 acres of land encompassing the property and acres of farmland surrounding its boundaries which can be explored on one of the many public footpaths. The local landscape is mostly made up of various arable crops and hop farming is also popular in the area along with the odd field of sheep.
Quiet single track lanes lead to the nearest village of Charsfield about 1.5 miles away where there is a pub, petrol station, church and recreation ground with a tennis court. The nearest shop and post office is located in the village of Otley about 10 minutes drive away or alternatively at Wickham Market also a 10 minute drive where there are shops and amenities including Chinese & Indian restaurants and a fish & chip shop.
The Suffolk Heritage Coast has many lovely towns and villages to visit including Southwold, Aldeburgh and Orford, the later being about 15 miles from the farm. Forest walks are close by in the forests of Tunstall, Rendlesham and Dunwich.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Orford 24 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||6 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Norwich 70 km, Nearest railway: Ipswich 22 km|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Dining seats for 5, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The East Anglia region
East Anglia is a beautiful part of England with plenty to offer visitors. There are miles of coastline to explore in the counties of Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk with many outstanding beaches and interesting sea side towns along the North Sea Coast.
Inland there are many historic towns and villages and miles of tranquil countryside for walking, cycling or horse riding. The landscape is varied and includes arable crops, animal farming, marshes, forestry and beaches. Across the region there are castles and stately homes waiting to be explored along with many other tourist attractions such as zoos, farms, museums and cathedrals Larger towns and cities include Norwich and Cambridge where a mixture of history and shopping awaits.
Newmarket in Suffolk is the home of horse of horseracing. There are lots of meetings during the flat season and during the Summer the race course hosts 'Newmarket Nights' where you can enjoy a concert by famous acts after the racing has finished. Newmarket is also home to the National Horseracing Museum. In the winter you can go racing at Higham, Ampton or Marks Tey point to point courses.
East Anglia is home to Constable Country. Rowing boats can be hired out at Dedham or Flatford, a great way to admire the scenery painted by John Constable and afterwards try a tasty cream tea at the National Trust shop.
East Anglia is a great place to visit if you are looking to relax and enjoy some peace and tranquility in the countryside.
Owls Nest is located in the Suffolk countryside about seven miles from the historic small towns of Woodbridge and Framlingham and about 15 miles from the Suffolk Heritage Coast.
Woodbridge is situated on the River Deben and walks along the river can be enjoyed from the town. It also has a very pleasant shopping centre with small interesting shops, pubs and restaurants, Woodbridge has a cinema, railway station and swimming pool.
Framlingham also has plenty of history and is famous for its castle a magnificent 12th century fortress with a long and colourful past which makes a fascinating day out. The castle was once the refuge of Mary Tudor before she became Queen in 1553 and visitors can now explore over 800 years of life at Framlingham Castle. Like Woodbridge, Framlingham also has small shops and coffee shops to visit.
The Suffolk Heritage Coast, an area of outstanding natural beauty is within a short drive. The many places to visit include Aldeburgh which is well known for its international music festival. It also hosts an annual regatta and carnival. There are interesting shops and places to eat including famous fish and chips which can be enjoyed on the beach. Another is Southwold a charming town with a pier and beach and home to the Adnams beer where you can take a tour of the brewery.
At Minsmere you will find the RSPB reserve.There's so much to see and hear at Minsmere: splendid woodland, wetland and coastal scenery, rare birds breeding and calling in on their migrations, shy wildlife like otters, the booming call of bitterns in spring, beautiful bugs and colourful wild flowers in summer. Minsmere was the location for the BBC Spring Watch series in 2014 and due to its success the BBC are returning in 2015 for the new series of Spring Watch to be broadcast in May.
There are plenty of country pubs in the area to visit if you enjoy eating out.
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23 Jul 2015
"The perfect away from it all break"
The Owls Nest is a cosy well appointed apartment on a (quiet) working farm set in the middle of the Suffolk countryside. We took the bikes and cycled to one of the local pubs for a really good dinner, and explored the delightful towns and villages in the area by car and bike. The owners were on hand if we needed help but mainly we enjoyed the peace and tranquillity of a much needed spring break.
9 May 2015
"Excellent rural property"
Great place for a couple to stay, quiet but within easy reach of the coast. Friendly owners and clean comfortable accomodation
25 Feb 2015
"A great week's break"
We had a lovely relaxing and restful time at Owl's nest, it was perfect for what we needed at that time. The accommodation was beautifully clean and spacious and in lovely surroundings. Thank you very much for making us feel welcome!
21 May 2014
"Lovely rural setting, peaceful, well placed & comfortable"
Spent a very relaxing weekend at Owl's Nest. Well positioned to explore the Suffolk Coast and also lovely walks in the local area.Clare and Chris very friendly and helpful.
27 Mar 2014
"Home from home"
Had a fabulous few days at Owls Nest. Everything we needed plus welcoming refreshments and biscuits in the accommodation on arrival. Bright and modern very comfortable and in a lovely location. We explored all the Suffolk coast from our base as everywhere was in easy driving distance. The peace and quiet was wonderful. Definitely worth a revisit. Thanks Clare xx
23 Jan 2014
"Fabulous rural retreat"
Lovely and quiet, walked to nearby towns and drove to further places. Car is handy but not a necessity if you have everything you need with you.
16 Sep 2013
"Perfect place to get away from it all in beautiful surroundings"
I can't rate our stay here highly enough. The owners are welcoming and friendly, the property itself has everything you need for a perfect self catering stay. You can't help but wind down because it is such a peaceful, tranquil place. We will definitely be back.
9 Aug 2013
"Perfect place for a peaceful break"
Claire and Chris couldn't have been more helpful. Owls Nest is the perfect place for a couple looking for a peaceful break. In the middle of the Suffolk countryside sharing the property with horses, dogs, chickens and ducks - our dog was made as welcome as we were! Lots of cycle rides along quiet country lanes and several pubs worth dropping in. Close to Woodbridge, Framlingham, Southwold and lots more. We will be going back - hopefully before too long. Thanks again.
28 Jul 2013
"If we had made a list of all we wanted relating to accommodation before coming, Owls nest would have ticked every box."
Very comfortable and roomy accommodation set in a rural location with beautiful views and great walking on our doorstep. It was wonderful to have the horses, dog, cats and ducks and chickens around. Our hosts were extremely helpful and friendly and made us very welcome. Perfectly located for day trips to a wide variety of places such as RSPB Minsmere, Woodbridge, Southwold, etc. We would really recommend Owls Nest and are hoping very much to make a return visit in the not too distant future.
8 Jul 2013
"Comfortable and spacious in peaceful location"
Owl's Nest is much bigger than it looks on the photographs. It is set in idyllic countryside and it was quiet even when there were people staying in the barn below this one - you couldn't hear them at all. The owners were welcoming, helpful and friendly. Milk and biscuits were provided on arrival, as well as tea and cafetiere coffee. There was loads of outside space and a particularly lovely secluded seating area by the pond. I would like to go back sometime, and it's not often I want to return to the same place.