Suffolk Holiday Cottage Primrose Cottage
Primrose Cottage is a delightful holiday cottage and makes the perfect holiday retreat. Lovingly restored throughout and beautifully furnished with exquisite detail such as the hand painted silk curtains in the living room. Inside all modern facilities provide for a comfortable stay whilst maintaining its character and period features.
Set back from the road it is surrounded by one and a half acres of mature gardens, attractively divided into eight fascinating “rooms”, each one having a uniquely different character. Outside there is a large patio to the rear and four raised terraces, allowing you to catch the sun at any time of day. There is a BBQ and gas heating should you wish to dine outdoors in style of an evening. All in all, this is a garden in which you can lose yourself and enjoy at any time of day.
The house contains many antiques and beautiful paintings and has a real homely feel to it, providing a warm welcome to visitors. There is a living room with wood-burning stove (initial supply of fuel is included), a dining-room with a Victorian fireplace and the kitchen is very well-equipped kitchen that includes an automatic washing machine and tumble dryer, dishwasher, freezer and microwave. Upstairs are two luxury bathrooms. Children are welcome and a cot and high chair are provided. For cyclists a cycle store is available and for entertainment there is a TV and DVD. Outside is parking for two cars.
This beautiful character cottage provides self catering accommodation for 6-7 people and is ideal for exploring rural Suffolk, the Dedham Vale and the Suffolk Heritage coast. It is situated in the heart of the country 7 miles from Ipswich, with lovely views all around and lots of public footpaths. The nearby town of Woodbridge has shops and restaurants, as well as a cinema and swimming pool. Tourist attractions of note in the area are Sutton Hoo, a National Trust Archaeological site, and the museum of East Anglian Life in Stowmarket.
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This page was last updated: 23 March 2011