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Stanstead Hall



Stanstead Hall

Hitcham

Ipswich

IP7 7NY

Suffolk


B&B


Price Range: £30 - £35


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Sue Leverett


Phone: +44 (0)7926 843852


Following on from the great success of our campsite since 2006 we opened our moated 17th century farmhouse (pictured above) for Bed and Breakfast

The farm was originally a dairy farm, but is now mainly arable with some livestock around. Dogs are accepted by arrangement for which comfortable cage facilities are available on request. (We regret that dogs are not permitted in the bedrooms)

Our two completely refurbished non smoking double bedrooms on the first floor, each with their own shower room and our quiet country location overlook our large garden ensuring a comfortable and tranquil stay. Each double room also has tea and coffee making facilities and television.

On the ground floor there is a large dining/sitting room where a log fire is lit during winter months. The facility of wireless broadband internet is available free of charge throughout the premises.

The farmhouse breakfast which is included, will give you a good start to the day and other breakfast options are available if required. For our Full Breakfast, we typically serve a choice of new laid farm eggs cooked in whichever style you wish, our own home cured and smoked bacon etc etc and of course hot buttered toast with preserves, tea and coffee.



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