Pippin is a ground floor room in a wing off the house. It has a super kingsize bed and wood floor. An en-suite bathroom with a large shower, basin on a granite topped washstand and toilet. A tiled foor with underfloor heating.
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From £75 per room per night
Church Farm B&B is a truly charming home from home with a wealth of historic features, creature comforts and delicious home-cooked food, all conveniently located in a traditional Suffolk hamlet.
Set on a working fruit farm this 18th Century flint farmhouse is a short drive from historic Bury St Edmunds in a simple rural village complete with friendly local pub, just 100 yards away, serving good food and the local Greene King beer on tap!
Above all Church Farm gives the warmest of welcomes, plus the space and privacy to do your own thing. Guests are greeted with freshly baked cakes, scones and home-made jam for afternoon tea; breakfast includes home grown fruit and locally produced sausages and bacon.
Whether you need a place to relax after work or a rural retreat from which to explore the colourful history of Suffolk and its picturesque market towns, Church Farm has everything you desire. Relax in the cosy sitting room in front of the log fire or if you've work to do there is wireless broadband access.
Our guest facilities are spacious and tastefully furnished and include those extra little touches of luxury. Our beds are made up with the softest goose down and feather duvets and crisp Egyptian cotton sheets. All our bedrooms have their own television, radio, tea and coffee making facilities plus a selection off herbal teas, hot chocolate and horlicks. In the bathrooms you will find a range of natural hand-made soaps and bath oils from Wells-next-the-sea in Norfolk.
In Spring the farm bursts into life, when rows of apples, pears and strawberries come into blossom.
In Summer there fields of strawberries and raspberries.
In Autumn rows of trees laden with apples and pears.
In Winter a forest of Christmas trees.
We are conveniently located for visiting the market town of Bury St Edmunds with its beautiful Abbey Gardens and Cathedral. The National Trust properties Ickworth House and Long Melford Hall. The old wool town of Lavenham, with Guildhall and coffee shops. Newmarket and Cambridge are also near by or explore Constable country at Flatford Mill and Dedham.
A lovely spacious room furnished with wrought iron antique king size bed made up with the softest goose down and feather duvets and crisp Egyptian sheets. This room has a sofa, television, radio, tea and coffee making faciilities plus a selection of herbal teas, hot chocolates and horlicks. The en-suite bathroom has a bath, separate shower, WC and heated towel rail. We also provide a range of natural hand-made soaps and bath oils made for us by The Natural Soap Co at Wells-next-the-sea.
A light airy room with twin beds, oak furnishings. The beds are made up with the softest goose down and feather duvets and crisp Egyptian cotton sheets. There is also television, radio,tea and coffee making facilities plus a selection of herbal teas, hot chocolates and Horlicks. This room has a private bathroom featuring an indulgently large bath as well as WC and heated towel rail. You will find a range of natural hand-made soaps and bath oils made for us by The Natural Soap Co at Wells-next-the-sea.
Additional Directions Information
Travelling by car: FROM - A14 take Bury St Edmunds East exit. Follow A134 signed to Sudbury for 5 miles. Church Farm is in the village of Bradfield Combust, 60 metres south of The Manger Public House.