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Colston Hall



Colston Hall

Badingham

Woodbridge

IP13 8LB

Suffolk


B&B


Price Range: £45 - £60


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John And Liz Bellefontaine


Phone: +44 (0)1728 638375


Silver Award for The Best Bed & Breakfast Marmalade
Bronze Awards for Seville Orange Marmalade & Dark Chunky Marmalade
at the 2009 World's Original Marmalade Festival held at Dalemain Historic House, Cumbria

Colston Hall offers cosy ensuite Bed & Breakfast and Self-Catering accommodation with
•Ground floor bedrooms
•Tasty locally produced foods
•Antique four-poster bed
•Broadband / wi-fi
•Cycling on quiet country lanes
•Coarse fishing
•Games / seminar room
•Countryside walks
•Wildlife & bird watching

The sixteenth century farmhouse and cottages are easily found just off the A1120 Yoxford to Stowmarket road on the outskirts of Badingham. Central for visiting the market towns of Framlingham, with the college and castle, Halesworth, Debenham, Saxmundham, Leiston, the patchwork shop at Wickham Market, and the pretty villages of Peasenhall, Sibton, Laxfield, and Hoxne. As well as historic Dunwich, Aldeburgh, Southwold, Sizewell, Walberswick, and Orford on the Heritage Coast. Nearby Woodbridge, Ipswich, Bury St. Edmunds, and Norwich, offer great shopping experiences, while Felixstowe, Bungay, Beccles, Lavenham, Diss, Eye, and Harleston are fascinating to explore too. Local golf courses Cretingham, Fynn Valley, Thorpeness, and Ufford provide an ample choice of facilities.

Nearest airports :Norwich / 39 miles and Stansted / 78 miles
Nearest mainline station :Darsham / 7 miles
Near-by attractions and events include :
•Concerts at Snape Maltings
•Shawsgate Vineyard
•Latitude Festival
•Crafts at Stonham Barns
•Suffolk Show
•Minsmere
•Christchurch Park
•Aldeburgh Festival
•National Trust Sutton Hoo
•Colchester Castle
•Flatford Mill
•Constable Country
•Newmarket's National Stud
•Bressingham
•Helmingham Hall

With a total of 18 bedrooms, Colston Hall B&B and Self-catering is ideal for individuals and groups.



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