• Rede Hall Farm Park •
Rede Hall Farm , Rede, Bury St Edmunds , Suffolk IP29 4UG
We are a working farm with predominantly Suffolk horses. We have two 4 star rated red brick and flint self – catering holiday cottages which we have tried to supply all you might need for your stay – dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, fridge/freezer, hairdryer etc. etc.
Both cottages share the use of a Hot Spa Tub and we welcome well behaved dogs by arrangement. In both cottages a travel cot (but no bedding), high chair and potty supplied for the use of the little visitors also a play house and swing in a paddock to keep them occupied. There are also lots of animals roaming freely – ducks, geese guinea fowl with chickens a pea fowl in an aviary.
JENNY WREN COTTAGE
Sleeps six in two ground floor double bedrooms, one of which benefits from French doors that allow access to a patio area. There is also a separate ground floor bathroom with the shower in the bath. This cottage also features a lovely spacious sitting area with unique flint walls. The fully fitted kitchen/diner boasts an additional breakfast bar and a popular feature is a wrought iron spiral staircase leading to a galleried twin room with its own separate sitting room and TV.
This cottage features a roomy lounge and dining area and the fully fitted kitchen is also supplied with a breakfast bar. Like Jenny Wren this cottage also has a wrought iron spiral. staircase leading to a galleried area with a full size single bed. There are two ground floor double bed rooms, one with a four poster bed and both are en-suite.
Both cottages have access to a patio area with BBQ and garden furniture. Bed linen and towels are provided and a welcome tea/coffee/sugar tray plus milk awaits you. We are ideally situated to visit many Suffolk attractions and historic Bury St Edmunds is only 5 miles away with its Cathedral, Abbey Gardens and street markets.
Please contact us for seasonal prices, short breaks Friday to Monday or Monday to Friday available.
Contact – 01284 850695 or email us here