A Grade II listed farmhouse, once owned by Henry VIII's Cardinal Wolsey, this 500-year-old, beamed tudor building sits in arable farmland, carefully modernised over the years, but retaining its oak beams, inglenook fireplace, sloping floors and low doorways. Full of character.
College Farm is set in an ideal position to visit Constable Country and the pretty villages and market towns of the area, as well as Suffolk's Heritage Coast.
All the rooms have a sitting area to relax in, central heating in winter, cooling fans in summer, freeview TV, wi-fi internet access, alarm clock, hot drinks tray, hair dryer and comfortable beds in a smoke-free environment. The owner also adds fresh flowers, sweets and chocolates, toiletries, sewing kit and magazines to the rooms for that special touch.
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