Cart Lodge

Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Dogs 0
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This cosy single storey, ground floor holiday home is a lovely couples retreat for all ages in the heart of the Suffolk countryside. The owners have thought of everything with grab rails and ramps for the less-able as well as a zip and link bed for flexibility. This lovely cottage is situated a short drive from the market town of Framlingham, famed for its ‘Castle on the Hill’, this lovely area is full of wonderful large landscapes and countyside living. 

Size: Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedroom.

Nearest Beach:  Less than 17 miles.

Nearest Amenities: Less than 1 mile.

Pets: No pets accepted at this property.

Short breaks: Accepted at this property.

Smoking: No smoking at this property.

Rooms: 1 bedrooms, 1 en-suite shower room, 1 open plan sitting/kitchen/dining area, 1 cloakroom.

Bedrooms: 1 king, zip and link twin beds which can be made into super king (please confirm preference at the time of booking).

Luxuries: Wi-fi.

General: Gas heating. Highchair, travel cot and stairgate available upon request. Please note there is a pond in the front garden so children should be supervised at all times.

Utilities: Electric oven and hob, fridge with ice box, microwave.  

Standard: Toaster, kettle.

Outdoors: Rear patio terrace with garden furniture and barbecue. Also available is a shared lawn at the rear perfect for garden games and additional garden furniture in part of the meadow. The games shed is in the barn within the grounds and available for all guests to use at Boundry Farm. It has table football, pool table and table tennis table.

Parking: Allocated parking on site.

You may need to pay an Accidental Damage Deposit or Accidental Damage Deposit Waiver for this property. Where applicable we will contact you in good time before your holiday with further details and to take payment.

Reviews

"It has been one of the most restful holidays we have had. A long over due to need to relax. We’ve enjoyed every day and the beautiful places to visit in the Suffolk countryside. We join with others who visited to say thank you for the little extras and a great place for a wheelchair user."

"Our second stay in 7 months. This is becoming a bit of a bolt hole for us. Unseasonably cold and wet weather has kept us “home” quite a bit but this has given us a welcome rest so not all bad. One highlight was the bakery stall at the Saturday Fram market. Fab savoury and sweet foods to scoff here in the coziness of Cart Lodge. Harbour at Southwold gave us a lovely walk/lunch. Cinema and meal at Riverside in Woodbridge was fully accessible and fab."

"A lovely cosy billet – thank you! Quiet and secluded. Lovely spot to celebrate our wedding anniversary. A great location to explore Suffolk countryside and the coast. Good beer at the Station in Framlingham. The Common Room on Bridge Street excellent for a lunch. Hope you enjoy your stay as much as we did."

"We had a great stay in the cottage for our New Year break. Lovely big skies and fields, yet only a five min drive (or run through the fields) to Framlingham. It’s a quaint little town with a beautiful castle, nice pub and cafes and market. Tina welcomed us very warmly and was very accommodating. We’d definitely stay again if we head out that way."

"So pleased to find such a wonderful accessible cottage just for two in this beautiful area which is new for us. Such accessible accommodation is so rare and so needed. Well done! The Queen in Dennington is accessible and does 2 course lunches for £10 at lunchtime. Excellent food."

"Wonderful place, peaceful setting and great accommodation with excellent facilities. You have gone the extra mile with your little extra touches. We had a great stay."

"Thank you very much Tina and Chris. The cottage was absolutely perfect in every way and so convenient for places to visit and also to relax on the patio watching the birds, rabbits and pheasants. We have had a wonderful time."

"The property was excellent with a great deal of consideration being given to guests requirements. We would definitely return."

Jul 2018

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