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Court And The Granary Suites


Property Address: Brighthouse Farm, Melford Road, Lawshall, Bury St Edmunds, IP29 4PX

Property Type: Self Catering

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Suffolk



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Property Description :
A beautifully appointed cottage, dating back to Queen Anne but completely renovated. The Court comprises of one double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and W.C. This bedroom also has a balcony which overlooks the orchard. The second bedroom is a twin with wash basin and the third bedroom is a single. There is also a family bathroom.

Downstairs there is a comfortable lounge with cottage furniture and a log burning stove, just the thing on a cold winters night, The Court also has full central heating.

The kitchen diner is fully equipped with electric oven, microwave and washing machine.
The Court is set in it's own grounds with a patio area and is within the farm precincts.

The Granary Suites are located adjacent to the main house. The accommodation is part of a renovated grain loft, which has two cosy suites comprising of one double bedroom, sitting room and galley kitchen. Both suites have colour televisions and linen provided. The granary suites are reached by an exterior staircase.

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