Little Cote: A charming 16th Century Grade II listed cottage near to Stowmarket. Little Cote accommodates five and is perfect for a family.
Water Cottage: Set in the picturesque rural Suffolk village of Kersey, Water Cottage is a beautiful 15th Century Weaver’s cottage. Features include: old beamed interiors and large cosy sofas to keep cosy in front of the log fire.
The Stables: Are you a couple looking for a romantic getaway? Then this could be perfect for you. With an open plan living area, The Stables is situated near the village of Great Maplestead, a rural haven, surrounded by miles of woodlands to explore.
Why The Grove Cottages?
Our holiday cottages near London are in such a rural setting, and therefore are the perfect destination for people looking for a real break from the norm, but close enough to the big city.
Once you arrive, you will feel that you’ve entered another world. You can enjoy roaring log fires, lovely local pubs, pretty countryside walks, historic villages such as Lavenham, and black night skies full of stars.
Far from the everyday hustle and bustle of city life, why not retreat to one of these romantic cottages. Most of which are close to a train station, so they are easily accessed by those without cars too, many just a 50 minute train journey from central London and a taxi drive away.
Our holiday cottages near London are perfectly situated in and around tiny rural villages that will seem to transport you to much simpler times.
Relax, Unwind and Enjoy…
The type of lifestyle here in the rural countryside is such a contrast to life in busy cities, so we regularly have guests returning year after year to stay with us. Our returning guests are safe in the knowledge that once here they can really relax, unwind and enjoy the beautiful cottage and the countryside setting that makes Suffolk so special. Many of our cottages near London are dog friendly, so you can bring your pet pooch along too!
Location: Grove Farm
Rose Cottage is a lovely place to come home to after exploring the surrounding countryside and tiny medieval villages