There are a huge assortment of Suffolk holiday cottages available for rental, this article aims to cover some of these and give you an overview on the college itself.
An absolutely enchanting, and totally restored 17th Century thatched cottage painted by John Constable packed with character and original features. Place in a safe backyard using 15 acres of private parkland.
The Old Post Office
This enchanting 1650s cabin has just finished a year long complete restoration job working closely with Suffolk Council’s legacy teams. The first features have been lovingly restored while the contemporary conveniences are updated with brand new beds and furniture making sure a lavish step right back. Place in safe gardens using 15 acres of private parkland.
A gorgeous thatched Suffolk country cabin in the grounds of Higham Place, the Gildhall is what that you expect of a English country cottage, beamed walls, low ceilings, winding staircases, irregular flooring and an Aga. Fantastic for familys and puppies.
The Presbytery overlooks the Stour Valley with magnificent views across the Dedham Vale countryside, an area of outstanding all-natural beauty, made famous from the Constable paintings.
The Presbytery adjoins The Church of the Lady Immaculate and St Edmund King and Martyr. The Church was originally constructed for Giffords Hall and its own residents from the 1800’s.
The Cartlodge is a dog friendly vacation house sleeping 6, located right in 15 acres of private parkland that you’re welcome to like. There are fantastic views from all of the windows and terrace. It’s more available for less able bodied individuals.
The cabin is spacious and light, with large vaulted ceilings from the farmhouse dining and kitchen places.
Higham Place Lodge
Higham Place Lodge was originally constructed into a sketch drawn by Sir Edwin Lutyens. The lodge sleeps 6 and is made up of a double bedroom, with its walk in bathtub, another double bedroom and a family bathroom. It’s a large open living space and kitchen linking to the south facing patio. Additionally there’s a cosy cozy area with log burning stove and sofa bed. It has a large enclosed garden with access to our 15 acre private parkland. This Retreat is excellent for less mobile people since it’s on a single level.
Barhams Manor is home to Idyllic Suffolks Owners Major Charles and Sara Fenwick. Barhams Manor at Suffolk was constructed on the foundations of a Roman Villa, during the booming years of this Suffolk wool trade from the late fifteenth century. This timeless hallway house was extended from the sixteenth century, though portions of the original Tudor features remain, such as the Tudor wall painting at the Requiem Room.
From the late eighteenth century that the Suffolk corn trade has been flourishing and the house underwent a significant Georgian remodelling which surrounded the Tudor construction.
Now, Barhams is a well loved English home which appears to enfold you with each room supplied with old and stunning pieces.
The grounds and gardens are equally striking, Important Fenwick has a professional interest in garden style and with George Carter, has produced a collection of romantic and formal gardens.