Nestled in the heart of one of Suffolk’s prettiest villages, sits a beautiful little Victorian cottage called Romney. Sleeping five people, this dog-friendly cottage in Cavendish, near Long Melford, is full of cosy charm with an open fire and pretty walled garden. A short stroll away are three excellent pubs and the village is surrounded by the picturesque countryside of the Stour Valley, with miles of footpaths, walks along the River Stour and quiet country lanes.. Romney is charming and comfortable with generous sofas, an open log fire and a cosy dining room. The sunny kitchen is a lovely spot for breakfast with a door leading into the walled garden, which is perfect for enjoying a glass of wine and dinner on a warm summer’s evening (a BBQ is supplied). There are three bedrooms sleeping five people with lovely views from the windows of a thatched cottage to the front and the pretty garden to the back. Cavendish is a quintessential Suffolk village, with thatched cottages, a large village green, pretty church and three excellent pubs! Surrounded by lovely countryside, it’s close to Long Melford, with two historic houses, a great choice of eateries, boutiques and antiques shops; medieval Lavenham with its amazing architecture; and Sudbury, home to the fabulous museum and gallery Gainsborough’s House, where the great 18th century artist Thomas Gainsborough was born. Want to see more? Have a browse around our cottage profile of Romney and to book your holiday in this lovely Victorian cottage. Extra touches such as a generous breakfast basket, BBQ, high chair, maps and other information are provided ensure you have a comfortable stay.