College Farm Bed & Breakfast is on an arable farm set in the peaceful Suffolk countryside, 6 miles west of Ipswich on the A1071 to Hadleigh. The Grade ll Listed farmhouse is a 500 year-old beamed Tudor building once owned by Cardinal Wolsey in the time of King Henry Vlll. It still retains its character with oak beams, inglenook fireplaces, sloping floors and low doorways. The house stands in a large garden and is surrounded by fields and meadows in a quiet part of the farm. Golf, horse riding and fishing are all available locally.
There are 2 ensuite bedrooms, one in the farmhouse and the other is in a ground-floor converted stable. The comfortable beds can be either superking or twin according to your preference (please advise on booking).
The rooms also have:- Tea/coffee making facilities;
Quality bed linen;
There is a guests’ sitting room with Freeview TV and a log fire in winter. You can enjoy an award winning farmhouse breakfast cooked on the Aga in the Dining Room using locally grown Suffolk produce where possible.
We are set in an ideal position to visit “Constable Country” on the Essex/Suffolk border, and the Wool Towns of Hadleigh, Lavenham and Long Melford. Southwold and Aldeburgh on the coast are about 1 hour from here. The Sutton Hoo Viking Exhibition (National Trust) near Woodbridge as well as other N.T. properties in the area.
Please note: we do not take one-night bookings on weekends.
To book your stay with us, please telephone 01473 652253 or 07748 976145,
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to meeting you.