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Pearmain is one of six, two-bedroom luxury lodges located in peaceful Suffolk Constable Country.

People4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms2
Property type apartment
Minimum Stay 0 - 3 nights

Overview

About the property

Two bedrooms and two en-suite bathrooms. Onsite parking. Sleeps four.

Pearmain is one of six two-bedroom Country Lodges which are part of Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf & Spa located in the peaceful surroundings of Constable Country, near Stoke by Nayland in Suffolk. The lodges are perfect for romantic escapes, cosy family and friends' reunions and golf and spa breaks.

Spacious and bright, the large open-plan living area features floor-to-ceiling windows at one end, with patio doors leading out onto a large wooden balcony which enjoys views over the beautiful Suffolk countryside - just perfect for a leisurely breakfast, a spot of sunbathing or perhaps an evening cocktail or two as the sun goes down. The two large double en-suite bedrooms feature zip and link beds which can be joined together to make a super king-size, or are available as twin-bedded rooms.

Up to ten lodges offering a total of 16 double en-suite bedrooms can also be booked together for much larger groups of up to 32 guests. (For additional information, please click here). These are all within a five minute drive of the nearby outstanding facilities at the family-owned Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf & Spa.

This holiday at a glance

Sleeps four guests.

Two bedrooms and two en-suite bathrooms.

Enclosed glass balconies.

Onsite parking.

Sorry, no pets.

A welcome hamper will be provided (this differs from the standard Rural Retreats welcome hamper).

WiFi.

Minimum of a three night stay.

Additional features

Lodge Porter is on call 24/7 to transport guests to and from the spa/golf/dining facilities.

You can have one of the Hotel's Chefs prepare a bespoke menu and serve it to you in the comfort and privacy of your lodge.

Complimentary access to indoor heated swimming pool, sanarium, steam room, Jacuzzi and gymnasium featuring the latest Technogym technology.

Onsite spa and two championship golf courses for which additional charges will apply.

Onsite two AA Rosette restaurant, bars, clubhouse restaurant, gift and golf shops, squash court, pool, fishing, covered driving range and professional golf tuition for which additional charges will apply.

Underfloor heating throughout.

Electric oven and four ring induction hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge and freezer.

Flatscreen televisions, Blu-Ray DVD player, surround sound in the sitting room and iPod docking station.

Travel cot and high chair available on request, please note that additional charges may apply. Please bring your own cot linen.

Attractions and nearby amenities

An ideal base for exploring numerous local attractions and historic sites, such as Colchester Castle and Zoo, Tudor Lavenham and Constable's Dedham and Flatford Mill.

Wander around Beth Chatto's famous gardens.

The excellent antique shops and Kentwell Hall in Long Melford.

More Details

Property Manager
Rural Retreats Holidays Ltd
Speaks English
Calendar last updated:
21 April, 2018

Facilities

Accommodation and facilities for this holiday apartment in Sudbury in Stoke-by-Nayland

Property Type:
  • apartment
House Rules:
  • Max. occupancy: 4
  • children welcome
Theme:
  • Family
  • Romantic
  • Spa
General:
  • Fitness Room / Equipment
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Parking
Kitchen:
  • Kitchen
Bathrooms:
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • En-suite bathroom - Toilet , Bath (no shower) , En-suite bathroom
    En-suite bathroom - Toilet , Bath (no shower) , En-suite bathroom
  • Two en-suite bathrooms.
Bedrooms:
  • 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4
  • Twin bedroom - 2 Single Bed , Twin bedroom with 3' zip and link beds
    Twin bedroom - 2 Single Bed , Twin bedroom with 3' single zip and link beds
  • Two twin bedrooms both with 3' zip and link beds (can be made as a double upon request).
Entertainment:
  • Television
Pool / Spa:
  • Heated Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • Sauna
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • fishing
  • golf
Notes:
Underfloor heating throughout and feature electric fire in the sitting room. Electric oven and four ring induction hob, microwave. Dishwasher, fridge and freezer. Flatscreen televisions in the sitting room and bedroom. Blu Ray DVD player. Surround sound in the sitting room. iPod docking station. Travel cot and high chair available on request, please note that additional charges may apply. Please bring your own cot linen. WiFi*. Private deck / balcony for alfresco dining. *Please note that internet access is offered at this property for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use. Speed/service may vary depending on the package obtained by the owner which is provided to guests free of charge. Should guests experience difficulties or loss of use, neither the owner nor Rural Retreats will be held responsible.

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Location

Other Activities:

The Heritage Coastal towns

Orford

Has a small castle with rolling hills outside. Inside it has an electronic guide and often has children’s activities. Stop for coffee or lunch at the café next to the Post Office or at the café on the quay. For more formal meals there is the Crown and Castle Pub and the Butley Orford Oysterage, otherwise the Kings Head serves great food. Delicacies can be bought from the Post Offices stores, from Pinneys or from the seafood stall on the quay. The boat trips from the pier tell of the history of Orford Ness and bring in the lobster pots and if the tide is in, there are plenty of crabs to be caught.

Aldeburgh

A pebbly beach which starts at the Marina with a path leading through to Thorpeness. Browse the many gift shops, art galleries and clothing stores, which stretch along the High Street. There are cafes and restaurants or have fish and chips on the beach, available from the Golden Galleon. There are fish stalls on the beach and along the promenade there is a boule site. Opposite the Moot House museum is a local boating pool, where children float toy yachts. If it is raining, the cinema often has matinee performances. The Brudenell, Regatta, Lighthouse and White Lion Restaurants are well known for good food.

Thorpeness

A holiday village built in 1912, it has a pebbly beach, a boating lake for canoes and rowing boats (with little island hide-aways) and the path back to Aldeburgh. There are local tennis courts and it is easy to while away the time browsing the second-hand emporium built around The Mess café or watching the boats from the Meare café. Pass the House in the Clouds on the way in. The Dolphin Hotel serves more formal meals.

Southwold.

A quintessential seaside resort, famous for it well maintained, colourful beach huts. Start at the pier, where there are gifts shops and The Boardwalk café, before passing through the old fashioned penny arcade. Outside is the sandy beach on one side and a boating lake for pedalos, a crazy golf course and a small children’s park on the other. View the beach huts as you walk on the promenade towards the town. In the town there are old fashioned sweet shops, gift stores, art galleries and plenty of cafes and pubs as well as butchers, bakers, grocery stores and a cheese shop. There is a passenger ferry (a rowing boat!) to cross to Walberswick.

The lighthouse is occasionally open for tours and for beer lovers, the Adnams brewery books tours as well. The brewery has a store and café at the far end of town.

Keep walking to see the Water Tower in the midst of an open field overlooking the sea.

Walberswick

Home of World Championship crabbing, the inlet to the sea is a haven for young and old crabbers alike. A sandy beach is behind the dunes, but many people don’t get that far. A small village centre has two cafes, gift stores and The Bell and The Anchor are two award winning pubs. The passenger ferry crosses to Southwold.

Other places to visit

Snape Maltings

Well known for its concert halls and Benjamin Britton connection, Snape has independent shops and cafes. It also has wildlife walks and river trips. Aldeburgh music create a diverse programme of music which operates throughout the year.

Castles and Abbeys

As well as Orford there is a big castle at Framlingham .This is a small town with a local pubs and cafes and is noted for its ice-cream shop, just outside the castle. The grounds are good for a picnic.

There is a walking trail around Greyfriars Monastery in Dunwich, which goes past the last remaining tombstone of All Saints Church (which collapsed into the sea.)

Leiston Abbey is a beautiful historic site dating from 1363. The abbey ruins are incorporated into the buildings now used for weddings and other functions.

Bird Reserves and areas of outstanding natural beauty.

At Dunwich and Minsmere, within a few minutes’ walk of the beach, are woodland and heath known for its birdlife and natural beauty. Minsmere has been the venue for BBC Springwatch in 2014 and 2015.For families there is a Discovery Centre, a Wild Zone and guided walks throughout the year. The café serves meals cooked using local Suffolk produce. Dunwich has many walking trails, including a special new children’s trail. The very popular Flora Tearooms feels like stepping back in time and is to be found just off Dunwich beach. The Ship Pub in Dunwich village serves good food.

Sutton Hoo.

The famous Viking burial site of Sutton Hoo. There are grounds in which to sit and picnic as well as a café on-site.

Activities

Rural and Coastal walks

The path from Thorpeness to Aldeburgh, along the coast is easy to navigate and the riverside walk at Snape has a path to follow. For more open spaces, long walks and natural beauty, head to Dunwich Heath and Minsmere.

Local cycle hire

For cyles delviered directly to your holiday cottage, please click here.

Golf

For golfers with handicaps, Aldeburgh and Thorpeness have wonderful courses, but they must be booked in advance. Aldeburgh also has a 9 hole pay and play courses as do Halesworth and

Hinton.

Canoeing and tennis. In Thorpeness there are tennis courts and a Meare. Rowing boats and canoes can be hired on the Meare, a shallow boating lake covering 3 acres, with several streams running off the main lake with landings marked with names on a Peter Pan theme. Tiny islands on the Meare contain locations found in J. M. Barrie's novel such as the Pirates Lair, Wendy's home and many others on which children are encouraged to play. See the crocodiles at the boathouse!

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Notes

  • Contractual booking deposit: 33.00% rent
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