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The Coach House


Property Address: Stowlangtoft Estate, The Courtyard, Kiln Lane, Stowlangtoft, Bury St Edmunds, IP31 3JY

Property Type: Self Catering

Price Range: £330 - £850

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Owner: Cath Catchpole

Tel: +44 (0)1359 230210

Completely and impeccably refurbished for its release as a holiday property in 2006, the Grade II Listed Coach House forms one side of a magnificent courtyard. It was formerly the stabling for the horses and accommodation for the grooms of Stowlangtoft Hall. Available for letting all year round (weekend lets too); the Coach House is a generous, split-level property that provides very comfortable accommodation for 6-8 people.

Entry is from the courtyard itself. First find the bedrooms - the double bedroom has a sizable en-suite shower room. Two twin bedrooms and a huge family bathroom complete the accommodation on this level. Through a double width landing, and down a short flight of stairs, the fantastic open plan living/dining space is set out before you with four large conservation skylights above and double doors in front of you, opening onto the private patio.

The living area is huge with luxurious sofas (one is a sofa bed), enough to seat 8 comfortably. A wood burner keeps things cosy. The open plan kitchen and dining area is a great space to entertain friends and family. The kitchen is fully equipped (dishwasher and washer/drier are here of course) and has fantastic views onto the pretty, walled garden in front of you - the ideal secure play area for toddlers. Luxury cotton towels are provided for all guests and for your entertainment there is a flat screen TV, Sky TV, DVD player, and iPod dock/digital Hi-Fi along with a selection of books, DVDs and games.

You also have your own private patio area; perfect for dining outdoors on a warm evening (a BBQ is available from the owners). Larger communal gardens spread out to the left of the house. With fully qualified babysitter living next door and an extended list of baby and toddler gear available, this cottage is a rural retreat ideally suited to young families.

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