Blyford Manor Farm – Suffolk
Hideaway Type: A rural beautifully restored Manor Farmhouse.
Sleeps: Sleeps 12 (in 6 bedrooms that can be twins or doubles).
Location: Just two hours from London, located on Blyford Estate surrounded by Suffolk countryside. The house is walking distance to a wonderful county pub and within easy reach of both seaside towns of Southwold, Walberswick, Framlingham and Aldeburgh.
Facilities: 100% cotton bed linen, towels, toiletries, Nespresso Coffee Machine, Wifi, Samsung Smart TV, open fire with firewood, gas AGA, huge fridge, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and dryer, BBQ/Pizza Oven.
Activities: Put your wellies on and stomp through the countryside. Take a short drive to one of the stunning local Suffolk villages and delight in its heritage coast, enjoy the local fish&chips or make your own gin at Adnams Brewery. The adventurous can take a rib out on the waters or visit Go Ape, Suffolk’s biggest tree top adventure.
Children: It is perfect for families with plenty of space both inside and out. Children will love this beautiful countryside and local beaches. Please be aware that there is open water on the estate.
Furry Friends: Pooch friendly! There is livestock on the land so dogs must be kept on leads.
Service: A weekly housekeeping service.
Low Season Price: 7 nights – £6,500, 3 night weekend – £2,850, 4 night mid week – £3,750
High Season Price: 7 nights – £8,500, 3 night weekend – £3,750, 4 night mid week – £4,900
Blyford Manor Farm is nestled within the Blyford Estate in the beautiful rural setting of the Blyth Estuary in Suffolk, surrounded by outstanding landscape and wildlife. This Grade II listed 16th Century Manor Farmhouse has been lovingly renovated and furnished, to make it the perfect luxury home from home for families and larger groups. It boasts six double bedrooms (all that can be twinned), four bathrooms, a games room, a large private garden and uninterrupted countryside views. Despite its private rural location Blyford Manor Farm is within walking distance of a wonderful country pub, the historic Queens Head Blyford and within easy reach of both seaside towns and beaches of Southwold and Walberswick; which straddle the Blyth river. It is also nearby to the historic towns of Framlingham and Aldeburgh making it the perfect base to relax and explore the magnificent Suffolk coastline.
The house is offered purely on a s self-catered basis and whilst it is located on the edge of the Wilderness Reserve it remains independent from it.
The Wilderness Reserve represents a magical 8,000-acre paradise for wildlife restoration with conservation a central focus. Proudly housing a vast array of species, including 125 birds, 33 mammals, 220 plants, almost 600 moths, 23 butterflies, 20 dragonflies, and 4 amphibians, there’s plenty for you to explore to! These populations are keenly supported by 2,000 nest boxes and wildflower seed sown each year on top of the 1 million trees planted.