- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 4
A great base
A really good base for walking in the local area. Lovely pub food at very reasonable prices on a couple of nights.
One small point. The bed really needs a topper as can feel springs when laying on the bed. I slept on sofa bed rather than in the bed as was more comfortable.
Comfortable accommodation in a quiet, beautiful setting
Everything was fantastic! Sara really went above and beyond to make sure everything worked out and I had a stress free experience. The cottage is comfy and well appointed, and the area is really lovely. It was common to see grouse, deer, foxes and hares in the fields all around, not to mention all the beautiful old oak trees that line the roads. I would recommend a vehicle, but for a quiet time in the countryside, if you don't need to leave often, the local bus is a sufficient lifeline to civilization. All around, this is one of the best places I've stayed at. I'll miss it and hope to be back one day.
Lovely quiet stay. Hustlers is cosy and comfortable and the garden is dog friendly and with the track on site quick walks were easy, the decking is another big plus.
There are plenty of places to eat nearby, if not in the village, only a few miles away.
Will definitely head back.
Very relaxing stay
A beautiful cottage includes everything you need for your stay,we took our dog and we found some lovely places to walk including just across from cottage a lovely trail to follow,the cottage is in a beautiful spot so quiet and peaceful,we did eat out one day at the mill Inn we found this to be a dog friendly pub and food was very good.
places to go and eat.
best places for food and a beer were:
the ship at dunwich - the anchor at walberswick - the dog at Norton for sunday roast but must book.
all dog friendly.
best beach walberswick.
Nearby attractions include:-
- woodland walks in for example Knettleshall Heath Country Park and quite cycling tracks.
- Tracks for the more adventurous cyclist at High Lodge,
Thetford, alongside "Go Ape".
- several pubs with food within walking distance.
- village architecture; churches and mills.
- Garden centres and crafts.
- Bressingham steam and gardens, 8 miles.
- Newmarket racing and museums, 22 miles.
- Banham Zoo, 16 miles.
- St George English whisky distillery.
- Norwich, shopping and museums and art.
- Cambridge, shopping and historic buildings and punting.
- Norfolk and Suffolk Coast.
- Snape Maltings and Aldeburgh.
- Artisan brewers and food producers.
About Property Manager
Since moving to Suffolk from the Fens of Cambridgeshire we have always wanted to find ways of using and preserving the lovely old farm buildings at North Hall farm which surround our lovingly restored listed farmhouse. Creating holiday homes from some of these barns will maintain their active life whilst at the same time allowing a greater number of people to experience the tranquility and peace of this most beautiful of rural-English locations. As we both come from a farming heritage moving away from the countryside was never an option once we were no longer farming, and developing opportunities at our new location helps us achieve our aim of the rural life we both so enjoy. We have aimed to create a holiday destination which will give the visitor an insight into the delights of living in this unique corner of the British countryside, and sincerely hope that you will enjoy your stay with us. We look forward to welcoming you to your restful country retreat.
Property Manager purchased this Barn in 2007
Why Property Manager chose Hepworth
In the conversion of the stables and the old dairy into holiday cottages, we have striven to create holiday homes which offer everything we ourselves would look for in an English countryside destination. The cottages are purpose built as holiday homes and as such the layout , design and functionality of the properties are ideally suited to your needs. At the same time we have maintained a sympathetic approach to the original design and location of the cottages. The results are living spaces with a traditional look and feel, but which incorporates all mod-cons. From these restful peacefully located cottages, one is in easy reach of much of East Anglia and its attractions, whilst there are a host of excellent restaurants and watering holes nearby. The area is a joy for the cyclist or walking enthusiast. Country lanes are not too hilly or challenging, and there are many little woods and corners for the perfect picnic spots. Despite the peace and isolated feel of the location the properties are easily reached by road or rail, making them ideal for a weekend getaway.
What makes this Barn unique
The cottages enjoy fabulous views over rural landscape, and peace and quite on a level rarely found in today's world. Hostlers and Drovers are surrounded by meadows and ponds and are set at the end of a tree lined driveway over 250 yards from the nearest public road. This isolated setting means it is not unusual to witness deer, rabbits, a wide variety of birds and other wildlife at the site. Outside there is a semi-covered BBQ area and a decked seating area on the pond. Free range eggs are available from our own hens, and much other local produce is easily obtained locally, including organic produce. Light pollution levels are very low, and sitting outside of an evening gazing at the stars is a particular delight.