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Cornhouse Cottage



Cornhouse Cottage, Hepwood Lodge

Wilby Road, Stradbroke

Eye

IP21 5JN

Suffolk


Self Catering


Price Range: £295 - £550


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Charmaine Cooper


Phone: +44 (0)1379 384256


The cottage dates back to medieval times. One large beam that runs through the kitchen is believed to be original and gives an idea of the size of the initial building. Since those days the wooden framed structure has been extended and given a brick exterior, and happily the cottage retains character one would expect from such an ancient building. It has had 3 uses in more recent times; scullery, dairy and granary - the high-level granary door now serves as a window. Cornhouse Cottage is away from the road next to the farmhouse, and you will enjoy privacy, peace and quiet.

There is a bathroom downstairs with shower over the bath. A spiral staircase leads to the two en-suite bedrooms and shower room. One bedroom has a kingsize bed, the other a double and single bed. Heating is included in the price and all bed linen and towels are supplied. There is a patio beside the house with grassed area that is not overlooked, a barbecue and garden furniture for your use. Why not have a bounce on the trampoline?!

Two adult and two children’s bicycles are available for hire.

Upon your arrival, you will find the kitchen supplied with a loaf of freshly baked bread, cakes, milk, butter, eggs and cereals. Details of the facilities available in the village and surrounding area are on the next page.

Prices range from £295-£500 per week, and £185-£300 for a three night short break.

We would be happy to discuss your exact requirements. Please note that, due to high demand, we only take weekly/fortnightly bookings during school holidays.

We don’t accommodate dogs to avoid pet hairs, stains and smells!

We hope you will enjoy the peace and quiet of the Suffolk countryside at Cornhouse Cottage!



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