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Hill House Farm



Hill House Farm

Hill House Farm B & B, Wades Lane

Shotley

IP9 1EW

Suffolk


B&B


Price Range: £32.50 - £38.50


Email: Click herehazel@wrinchfarmstay.co.uk

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Hazel Wrinch


Phone: +44 (0)7887 941921


Hill House Farm is a Georgian Grade II listed country house with sash windows, high ceilings and large, bright, traditionally furnished rooms. It is set in 1 ½ acres of secluded formal and wild gardens.

Hill House Farm enjoys one of the best positions in East Anglia with breath-taking views of the Orwell estuary and Nacton foreshore. It is set on our 600 acre mixed farm and is just 10 minutes walk from the banks of the River Orwell. There are lovely, natural walks from the house with a wide variety of bird life to see.

"A most enjoyable stay, will come again, 6 Star."

- Mr & Mrs Ternan, Portsmouth

Although secluded, the house is just 15 minutes drive from the A14 enabling quick and easy access to Sutton Hoo, Constable Country and Cambridge.



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