Two of us stayed although the cottage can accommodate four. The layout is a little unusual, two single beds on the top floor, middle floor has a double bed and a large landing and the ground floor is a through room with cooking to the rear. There is a long garden with a shed and seating at the end. House and garden are both very private and quiet. Although the building itself is lovely and old it has recently been renovated to a high standard. We normally stay in National Trust cottages and this better equipped. Saxmundham has the nearest shops (about a mile and a half) and the cottage is well placed for many Suffolk attractions (Southwold, Aldeburgh etc). Best places for food we found are The Crown in Framlingham and Coasters in Southwold. We'll go again.
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