Witnesham Hall details
This very spacious, luxury self catering holiday accommodation, within a self-contained wing of a Tudor Hall, is a perfect place to take a break. The property has retained many of its original features including the exposed beams, some wood panelling and a beautiful inglenook fireplace. There is a conservatory which opens up onto a charming garden where you can sit and relax on the patio, enjoying a glass of wine while the sun is shining or make use of the outdoor swimming pool which is available through the summer months.
Witnesham Hall lies in an idyllic rural setting at the end of a no-through-lane on the edge of the village, 10 miles west of the attractive market town of Woodbridge. You can amble across the fields to the nearest pub, the Barley Mow, which will only take 15 minutes. Woodbridge offers many historical landmarks including The Tide Mill and Sutton Hoo, if not enjoy one of the many riverside walks while feeding the ducks or indulge in some food at one of the lovely eateries including the Wild Strawberry Café or Whistle Stop Café.
This holiday cottage at a glance
- Sleeps two guests.
- One master bedroom with en-suite.
- One bathroom.
- WC on ground floor.
- Large inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove.
- Enchanting garden with decked area and mill stream running through.
- Baby welcome in own travel cot/moses basket.
- Sorry, no pets.
- On-site parking.
- Minimum of a three night stay.
- Use of an outdoor heated swimming pool which is available from June until September.
- Use of hard tennis court by arrangement (please contact the office)
- Electric range cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine.
- Flatscreen TV with full Sky HD package, DVD and CD player.
Attractions and nearby amenities
- The property is in an ideal location to visit the towns of Orford, Aldeburgh and Southwold situated on the Suffolk Heritage Coast.
- The elegant seaside town of Southwold with its pier and stunning beaches also has a wealth of boutique shops and restaurants – afternoon tea at Tilly’s is not to be missed.
- Whether you are a bird lover, walker, music and art lover or simply wanting to relax, this area has an abundance of things to suit you.
- Within an hour’s drive there are a wealth of places to admire such as Framlingham Castle, Orford Castle or Snape Maltings which is the home of the Aldeburgh Music Festival.
- Otley Hall and Yaxley Hall are two beautiful properties to visit as well as the National Trust’s Ickworth House.
- There is the stunning Helmingham Hall Gardens with its moat and 2 draw bridges which are still used every morning and night.