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The Buttery is a charming one-bedroom holiday cottage perfect for a couple looking to escape to the country. Set in an idyllic location this stylishly converted dairy offers the perfect base for those looking to explore the area or just in need of some peace and tranquillity.
Set amongst acres of rolling countryside, The Buttery is open plan with a mezzanine bedroom and spacious double height sitting / dining area. It has its own private outdoor terrace and dining area with wonderful views of the surrounding countryside.
The Buttery can be let independently or with the adjoining Parlour and Dairy to accommodate up to 12 guests. The combination of all three properties is known as Lodge Farm. This flexibility makes it both a perfect couple’s getaway and an ideal family property offering private space separated by interconnecting, sound-proofed, double doors.
Guests also have access to the owner’s delightful Shepherd’s Hut situated by a picturesque pond – perfect for picnics, swimming for the brave or just unwinding.

Overview

BarbecueBed LinenCentral HeatingDishwasherDog FreeElectric hob & ovenExposed BeamsFreezerFridgeGarden FurnitureGarden/CourtyardHigh chairMicrowaveParkingTowels providedTravel cot/ cotTV with FreeviewUnderfloor heatingWashing MachineWiFi

Layout

Ground Floor:
Sitting room/dining area
With Smart television, DVD player, iPod dock and dining table and chairs.
Kitchen
With an electric oven and hob, fridge and microwave.

First Floor (Mezzanine):
Bedroom one
With a double bed.
En-suite shower room
With shower cubicle, wash basin and WC.

Outside:
Patio with table and chairs for two, barbecue.
Shared/Communal games room and utility area
With freezer, washing machine, indoor table tennis table and snooker table.
Tennis court: On-site and available to use by prior arrangement with the owner. Balls and racquets are not provided.
Private parking.

Additional Information:
Underfloor heating on ground floor with radiators upstairs.
Travel cot and highchair available on request.
Sorry, no pets.
Shop: one mile / Pub: four miles / Suffolk Food Hall: two miles www.suffolkfoodhall.co.uk

Floor plan

Surrounding local area

Freston
Freston is a charming village, located on the Shotley Peninsular, just a few miles south of Ipswich, on the River Orwell. The area is home to the Suffolk Food Hall (run by the owners), which is a nationally recognised farm shop and restaurant selling the best of Suffolk. Only a few miles away is Jimmy's Farm made famous by the BBC, which is a great attraction for all the family. There are several private roads around the farm, along with a network of guided footpaths and cycle paths to explore. Enjoy the river by land or boat and savour a well-earned drink at the Butt and Oyster pub in Pin Mill. Alton Water recreational facilities are also within cycling distance.

Shotley Peninsular
An awe-inspiring location between the River Orwell and the River Stour. Towards the tip of the peninsular there are extensive views of the Port of Felixstowe, Landguard Fort and Harwich. The landscape is predominantly ancient estate farmlands, salt marshes and mudflats – the latter offer feeding grounds for estuary birds, wild fowl and waders.

Felixstowe
Home of the UK’s largest container port but also a well-loved seaside resort with sand and shingle beaches, a long promenade, seafront gardens and a variety of seaside attractions. North of the town centre is the old fishing hamlet of Felixstowe Ferry with its gallery, golf course, boat yard, fresh fish stands and riverside inn – well worth a visit.

Constable Country
This beautiful area is situated on the Suffolk / Essex border approximately 20 minutes from Freston. The charm of the villages, fascinating local attractions and the beauty of the surrounding countryside means there is no shortage of places to visit and things to see.

Woodbridge
Is a beautiful riverside town full of things to see and do. This busy market town has deep connections to the water, and the surrounding area offers some of the most important historical sites in the country.Charming shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes are found all over town, offset by picture-perfect architecture. Shoppers will love Woodbridge’s quirky outdoor markets, which are packed with vintage traders and gorgeous finds, and foodies should visit the Woodbridge Shuck, an annual autumn festival of delicious seafood, held as a fringe event of the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival.

The Shotley Peninsular is only 40 minutes from the pretty coastal towns of Aldeburgh, Orford and Thorpeness – ideal for a day trip.

Guest reviews

Peaceful hideaway with amazing rural views. The Buttery was perfect for the short, away-from-it-all break I was looking for... and the views over fields and woods were wonderful. The cottage (one of three rental properties) is a great mix of clean modern design and rustic charm, and while it's set on a working farm, it's very quiet. I enjoyed my morning chats - tea in hand - with the cows in the paddock around the corner!

K Mccombie, October 2018
1 of 2

Perfect hideaway! The Buttery is the perfect place for a relaxing break in the heart of the Suffolk countryside.
It offers clean, comfortable accommodation in lovely surroundings.

D Feeney, June 2018
2 of 2

Welcome hamper included

A complimentary hamper will be awaiting you on your arrival containing milk, tea, fresh coffee, bread, butter, eggs, juice, wine and cheese, along with other essential items to prepare a light snack or breakfast. There may be some regional variations.

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