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Jackbridge Cottage

Property Address: Jackbridge Cottage, Jockeys Lane, Great Finborough, Stowmarket, IP14 2NQ

Property Type: Self Catering

Price Range: £250 - £320

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Owner: Ian Pemberton

Tel: +44 (0)1449 672177

Jackbridge Cottage is located within the grounds of our family farm, Jackbridge Farm.

Situated close to Stowmarket in the heart of Suffolk in a tranquil setting within easy reach of the coast and other areas of interest. The cottage has been converted to a very high standard providing comfortable all-year round accommodation on one level. Visitors are welcome to a tour of our family farm, work permitting. Open all year.

The cottage sleeps from 2 to 4 people in one double bedroom, plus a sofabed and a cot for infants.

The main part of the cottage is open-plan. Coming into the cottage via the French windows, you enter a comfortable lounge area, equipped with easy chairs, a sofa bed (which sleeps 2 people) and a television with DVD player. There is also a wood-burning stove which provides additional heating in colder weather.

Beyond this there is a well-equipped kitchen-dining area with electric cooker, fridge, dishwasher etc.

Behind the kitchen, beyond a partition, is a spacious double bedroom with pine furniture.

Off to the side of the bedroom (the cottage is L-shaped) is a bathroom with toilet, washbasin and a bath with a shower attachment.

As the cottage is on one level, it would be suitable for less mobile guests. The cottage is open all year.

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