Situated next to the river Alde, this 17th century converted barn has been the home of a small hold pig and sheep farmer for over thirty years. Although retired, there are still farming activities taking place on this naturally beautiful four hectare farm estate.
The house is a very much a lived in home. There are 2 double bedded bedrooms available for rent and a large drawing room for your private use. Local highlights within a 30 minute drive are Snape Maltings concert hall, Aldeburgh beach, Southwold town, Framlingham castle, Woodbridge tide mill and town, Eastern Farm Park.
The farm although retired from being a working pig farm still has some rare breed pigs, sheep and lambs and chickens, from which daily eggs are produced for breakfast, and two labradors. We also grow Christmas trees. Visitors are welcome to walk anywhere around the farm.
Guests can make themselves at home using all amenities. There is a separate private living room with television which can be used. Guests are also welcome to walk around the farm and get to know the animals.
There are two bedrooms, both have double beds. And also a large living room space free for visitors to use, it has a TV in it and access to the garden. Additional beds can also be set up in here.
Other things to note
There are excellent pubs nearby and supermarkets in the nearby towns but no shops or pubs in the village. Framlingham has a busy Saturday Market
Please do not feed the dogs.
Guests must not go onto the farm without permission and supervision in some circumstances n
Rupert and Sally are in and out of the house throughout the day depending on weather. They would be able to prepare a home cooked breakfast including home produced eggs and bacon for guests.
Guests are welcome to walk around the farm and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.