Damerons Farm Cottages Ipswich, Suffolk

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About Damerons Farm Cottages

In the heart of the Suffolk countryside sits the multi award-winning Damerons Farm Cottages – the perfect location for a relaxing break away from it all.

The rooms

Formally a milking parlour and granary, the cottages are full of character. Each has been refurbished to a high standard, and all are complete with luxury amenities to ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible.

Hayloft sleeps two, whilst The Old Dairy, Wheelwright's Cottage and Fisherman's Rest sleep four. Churn House and Coachman's Cottage are slightly larger, sleeping six people, and Blacksmith's Cottage sleeps eight.

On the doorstep and nearby

Rural Suffolk boasts hundreds of bridleways and quiet country roads – ideal for walking, cycling and riding. Spend the morning exploring before visiting the Suffolk Food Hall for lunch or heading into nearby Ipswich or Woodbridge for a spot of retail therapy.

Slightly further afield takes you to Bury St Edmunds – home to a variety of shops, bars and restaurants, as well as the National Trust property Ickworth House. The beautiful 16th century cathedral and Abbey Gardens are also worth a visit. If you fancy heading to the sea, Aldeburgh and its famous fish and chips can be reached in just over half an hour.

Worth staying in for ...

For stays of over a week, you'll receive a delicious welcome breakfast pack with local produce including Swiss Farm bacon, James White apple juice, fresh bread, and free range eggs.

Need to know

Six cottages have Level M1 – M3 accessibility for visitors who are less able. Dogs and horses welcome.

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