Holiday Cottages in Suffolk
Bread Oven Cottage in West Row

Holiday cottages in Suffolk: Bread Oven Cottage, West Row | cottages.com

Not all holiday cottages in Suffolk are for holidays with the family or a whole tribe of friends. Bread Oven Cottage is a perfect romantic retreat for two. This beautifully renovated 17th century former bakehouse has everything you need to hide yourself away from the world for a few days - even an outdoor hot tub!

Relax in the open plan living / dining room and don't forget to inspect the original bread oven.

Bread Oven Cottage is not just ideally situated to explore Suffolk and the borders of Cambridgeshire, the owner can also organise spa treatments and race day packages at nearby Newmarket, if you feel like trying something different on your holidays.




Facilities

Holiday cottages in Suffolk: Bread Oven Cottage, West Row | cottages.com
Holiday cottages in Suffolk: Bread Oven Cottage, West Row | cottages.com

Holiday cottages in Suffolk come very well equipped. At Bread Oven Cottage electricity, full night storage heating, linen, towels and bathrobes are included in the rental.

Parking is available at the cottage, and there's a small patio with furniture alongside your very private hot tub.

Inside, the cottage provides a TV with Freeview, DVD, music system, microwave, hairdryer and washing machine.

Bread Oven Cottage is a non-smoking property and unsuitable for the infirm.

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History on your Doorstep

One of England's greatest Anglo-Saxon treasures can be found on the edge of the busy little town of Woodbridge: a complete boat burial, believed to be that of the East Anglian King Raedwald. The boat, of course, did not survive, but the many everyday items and the famous golden helmet make this an Anglo-Saxon treasure you simply have to go and admire.

Bury St. Edmunds

Only one of England's kings has ever been martyred for his faith and that was Edmund, King of the Angles, who is entombed in Suffolk's only cathedral. Incidentally, St Edmund was once England's patron saint, until he was replaced by St. George in the 13th century.

Sutton Hoo

One of England's greatest Anglo-Saxon treasures can be found on the edge of the busy little town of Woodbridge: a complete boat burial, believed to be that of the East Anglian King Raedwald. The boat, of course, did not survive, but the many everyday items and the famous golden helmet make this an Anglo-Saxon treasure you simply have to go and admire.

Framlingham Castle

Following the Battle of Hastings and his coronation, William the Conqueror richly rewarded the men who had supported his bid for the English throne. Roger Bigod, 1st Earl of Norfolk, acquired most of East Anglia. Framlingham Castle, still dominating the skyline of this friendly little market town, was one of the strongholds he built to secure the lands he was given.

Orford Castle

King Henry II was no stranger to rebellious barons, so he built this beautiful triangular keep with its view over Orford harbour and Orford Ness to keep the Earl of Norfolk and his descendents in check.

Lavenham

Visiting Lavenham is like taking a trip into the past. Back to a time when Lavenham cloth was sought after in England and Europe alike, back to a time when wool merchants, fullers, dyers, spinners, weavers and cloth merchants vied for space in this town, when streets and streets of timber-framed houses were built to show off the citizens' wealth.


Days Out and Things to Do

Holiday cottages in Suffolk make a great base for exploring. From Bread Oven Cottage, you can easily make your way to Bury St Edmunds, or enjoy a day out in Ely admiring the wonderful cathedral. Even Cambridge and its wonderful colleges is not too far away.

There's hiking and cycling in Thetford Forest, horseracing at Newmarket or Anglo-Saxon treasure just outside Woodbridge.

Or make for Southwold, a quintessentially English seaside town complete with colourful beach huts, a lighthouse, a lovely restored pier and some of the best fish and seafood you'll find anywhere.


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