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Reviewed 24 August 2015

Self catering property attached to Bright' s Farm . Very well situated for Halesworth and the Co-op if you need supplies or petrol. Plenty of beaches and sight seeing places to get to by car or even the train from Halesworth. The town has good eateries and parking.
The owners are very helpful and the lodge has everything you need to ensure you have an enjoyable stay. Plenty of space for the family to spread out in.

Room Tip: Whole house so any room is good
  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled with family
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Thank Duncan60
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Reviewed 14 August 2015

We have just enjoyed 2 great weeks at the Farm hosting family and friends in the spacious accommodation. The Farm's location is great for exploring Suffolk. The accommodation is in the middle of a working farm with the local branch train line (few trains) nearby but these added to the holiday.

  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled with family
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1  Thank Martyn B
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Reviewed 29 June 2014

I had only ever been to Suffolk once before and that was for a day. I decided it was time to check the county out. My wife found the Lodge through Suffolk Cottage Holidays on the web.

The Lodge was as advertised, well equipped, dog friendly and welcoming. The enclosed garden was ideally suited to our inquisitive spaniel Ellie. The Lodge itself had a large well equipped kitchen, an excellent bathroom with wet area and a comfortable lounge and dining space. The property had further bedrooms, unused as there was only two of us.

The owner was very helpful and on hand to provide advice. She gave us advice on local walks around the farm.

The Lodge made a great base for visits to Aldeburgh, Southwold, Framlington, Orford and Dunwich.

We had a great time with no problems and would strongly recommend the Lodge for families and couples alike.

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Paul B
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Reviewed 16 October 2013

Belated review-sorry! This was a last minute birthday booking when it seemed Suffolk had the best weather in the UK and what is more, we had never been there! We stopped en route to visit Beth Chatto's garden near Colchester and then arrived to this very pleasant and quiet farmhouse, delightful hosts and 2 crazy dogs not to mention horses, beef cattle and so on. A truly rural location.
A comfortable room with far reaching country views and excellent breakfasts with some good tips regarding sightseeing in the area. The location is well placed for seeing Suffolk with Aldeburgh and Southwold nearby. However, we were directed to Warbleswick which is charming and not like the other popular touristy locations. From there we walked along the beach to Dunwich which was once a large port and went even further to Martins Mere reserve and bird sanctuary to return via one of the largest reed beds in the country where we saw a hen harrier patrolling just above the tops of the reeds. A hell of a long walk but a very satisfying meal at the Anchor in Warbleswick. I could go on but suffice it to say that we saw a lot in 3 days and left meaning to return sometime soon!
We heartily recommend this B and B and the area in general. The local pub one mile up the road in Bramfield has an excellent restaurant too!

Stayed: May 2013, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Crozpac
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Reviewed 12 May 2013

We have just returned from a wonderful week at Brights Farm. We stayed in the lodge which was probably the best equipped self catering accommodation we have ever stayed in. So often the furnishings and kitchen equipment at self catering places is 'bargain basement' and you end up looking forward to going home if only for some comfortable furniture! No so at Brights Farm! The lodge is spacious and furnished to a very high standard - comfy sofas and sturdy dining table, a great TV and DVD player/recorder, Miele appliances in the kitchen.

Don't bother bringing any books to read as there is a vast selection here - everything from the complete Harry Potter to a diverse range of classic novels and interesting non-fiction, there are literally 100s of books. The accommodation itself is very spacious and it really did feel like a home from home.

Our host Shauna was very welcoming and as well as the accommodation we had booked breakfast each day - which was a great choice - the breakfasts were superb with top quality ingredients and plenty to keep you from needing very much (if any) lunch.

Brights Farm is a working farm so be prepared for the occasional mooing cow and farmyard aroma - only as much as to remind you you are in the country. The lodge has its own secluded garden area with a patio that is a real sun trap, overlooking a (fenced off) pond. The local railway runs quite close to the farm but whilst we heard the (infrequent) trains during the day they were not particularly intrusive nor did we hear them at all at night.

All in all we have had a lovely holiday and fully intend returning in the not too distant future.

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Benpointer
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