Not only is this a nice little place for a couple but being on the same piece of land as the pretty 16th Century Woodfarm House,
the cottage can be used to extend groups from 7 to 9.
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||Sunday, Monday, Friday
- Bed Linen Provided
- Bikes Provided
- Cats Accepted
- CD Player
- Central Heating
- Clothes Airer or Washing Line
- Clothes Dryer
- Clothes Washer
- Cooker and Hob
- Cottages that accept Pets
- DVD Player
- Flame Effect Fire
- Garden - Enclosed
- Ground Floor Bath
- Ground Floor Bedroom
- Ground Floor Shower
- Ground Floor Toilet
- High Chair Provided
- Internet Access
- Iron and Board
- King Size Bed
- Off Road Parking
- Open Fire
- Shepherds Hut
- Shower, over Bath
- Shower, Walk In
- Single Storey
- Towels Provided
- Travel Cot Provided
- Wood Burner
The Granary dates back some 300 years and we still have in-tact some original 'inventories' of Bushels of grain dating back to 1879, that were written on the wattle and daub ceiling of the first floor, for guests to see.
This lovely romantic Cottage has ample parking at the front and a large garden with native hedges surrounding it providing privacy.
The main entrance is through a stable-door to the side and there is a private patio to this side with table & chairs and a BBQ.
The ground floor has slate floor-tiles and is open plan with a lounge/ dining area and kitchen. A woodburning stove provides that romantic feel even though the Granary has underfloor heating throughout, exposed beams throughout and lighting via hand-made iron wall lights.
A winding oak staircase leads to the open-plan first floor bedroom with a massive feature wall of oak and glass covering the entire front gable. It has underfloor heating and an oak floor. Lighting via hand-made iron chandeliers.
The en-suite shower room has an un-overlooked sky-light, quadrant shower with chrome 'watering-can' type shower, wc and basin.
There are beautiful exposed beams throughout the bedroom and shower room too.
This cottage is situated on the same grounds as Woodfarm House so it makes the perfect break for up to 9 guests jointly.
While you are staying with us why not have a special treat and go Sailing for the day.
Click for days out sailing
How about spoiling yourself with one of our delicious Local Produce Hampers.
We have personally chosen and organised these in conjunction with The Deli at The Chilli Farm.
Click here for details
Standard Inclusive Features
All prices include vat and everything written below.
Kitchen: all cottages are complete little homes and facilities include modern central heating, refrigerator, hobs, oven and / or microwave, toaster, crockery & serving dishes, cutlery, many utensils, fire-extinguisher, lots of pots & pans, glasses & mugs, kettle, coffee maker, teapot, kitchen towels, oven gloves, olive oil & vinegar, salt & pepper, sugar, herbs, tea, fresh and instant coffee, washing up liquid, cloths, general cleaning materials, etc.
"Welcome Pack": Contains all the freshest ingredients for a 'Proper English breakfast': eggs, bacon, butter, some tomatoes, fruit, a lemon, a litre of milk and a loaf of fresh local bread.
Bathroom: soap, fluffy cotton towels, bath mats, shaver point, toilet brush, toilet roll.
Bedroom: cotton bed linen, wardrobe with coat hangers / chest of drawers, iron, ironing board, hairdryer.
Living room: If your cottage has an open fire or stove then a basket with firewood and a bucket with coal will be provided free and more will be available at cost and there will be firelighters provided, TV, DVD's, stereo CD system, CD's selection, books, games, magazines, local brochures, OS and other maps, folder with our special 'What To Do' insiders guide to the local area.
Bikes for adults and children.
Baby cot and high chair provided in cottages accepting babies (please bring babies bedding).
Water bowl and treat per dog is provided in cottages accepting pets.
Please note that Woodfarm Barns is part of a tourism development project
receiving funding from the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE)
It is funded by Defra and the EU.
The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD): Europe investing in rural areas
What did the guests say:
Sunday, 7th of April, 2013, Clare:
We were delighted with the cottage and facilities.
Such a warm welcome by Alex.
The cottage has a lovely cosy and relaxed atmosphere.
Monday, 1st of April, 2013, Dawn & Paul:
Our 3rd visit to Woodfarm Barns (2nd to The Granary)!
We absolutely love coming to stay here.
The properties are so beautifully presented and yet we can still bring the dogs to enjoy such a fantastic setting.
Monday, 18th of March, 2013, Alison:
Fantastic ‘get-away from all’ break.
Monday, 11th of March, 2013, Stewart:
This restored barn has charm and comfort.
With the Suffolk countryside right outside the front door its a great away.
Thursday, 3rd of January, 2013, Lynne & Darren:
Everything was just perfect – thank you!
Friday, 28th of December, 2012, Jon:
Beautiful, cosy, well equipped cottage.
The warm welcome from Carl on our arrival as he showed us round was great. I suspect we will be back!
Saturday, 24th of November, 2012, John:
A delightful little barn conversion, finished to high standard. Warm and cosy with Woodburning stove. A lovely bedroom with a picture window overlooking the fields. We loved few days here in the winter and look forward to another visit in the summer.
Monday, 5th of November, 2012, Elizabeth:
What an absolutely beautiful and wonderful cottage. We had such a lovely weekend break away. We didn't want to leave and we will absolutely be back again.