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Damerons Farm Holidays



Damerons Farm Holidays

Main Road

Henley

IP6 0RU

Suffolk


Self Catering


Price Range: £270 - £675


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Wayne And Sue Leggett


Phone: +44 (0)7881 824083


Our cottages (five in all) were previously a milking parlour and old granary and have been tastefully modernised, with support from Defra under the Rural Enterprise Scheme, to provide good quality (four star), spacious accommodation. The cottages are based around an old brick lined courtyard with access to a games and leisure room and each has it’s own paved patio. Our grass play/picnic area is an ideal place to relax while the children use up their excess energy on the play equipment or playing football.

The Hayloft: Sleeps 1 - 2
Wheelwright's Cottage: Sleeps 1 - 4
Coachman's Cottage: Sleeps 1 - 6
Churn House: Sleeps 1 - 6
The Old Dairy: Sleeps 2 + 2 on Sofabed

Each cottage has a well-equipped fitted kitchen with dishwashers (except The Hayloft), DVD players and flat screen TVs. A selection of games and DVDs are also available. Individually controlled heating and hot water systems are included in the price, together with bed linen and towels. We are currently exploring the possibility of providing Internet access.



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