South Grange Farm B&B
Dating from 16th century, the present farmhouse was originally attached to the Cistercian abbey of Sibton founded in the 12th century. The original moat, fishponds and meadow remain and the whole site retains its centuries' old peaceful atmosphere.
The house nestles in two acres of natural garden, rich in wildlife, with terrace and other sitting areas. The house is approached by a lightly used single-track road and there is ample off-road parking. There is a golden silence broken only by bird song. With no street lighting, there are amazing night skies.
Cycle hire is available close by and drying facilities are available for cyclists, walkers and birdwatchers.
Right in the heart of Suffolk's world heritage coast, South Grange is within easy reach of Aldeburgh, Dunwich, Southwold, Walberswick and Snape as well as other historic and picturesque towns and villages including Halesworth, Woodbridge and Framlingham with its massive castle and nearby vineyards.
Dunwich Heath and the RSPB reserve at Minsmeres are close by with unrivalled bird and wildlife watching facilities. Golf, sailing, fishing, riding, cycling, walking and clay shooting are all available.
Arts, crafts, theatre and music are alive and well in the region. Local festivals include Aldeburgh Music, Snape Proms, regular concerts at Snape Maltings, Yoxford Arts, Halesworth Cut and Jill Freud's Summer Theatre at Aldeburgh.
There is excellent eating and drinking in the area. Sibton's own White Horse is a regular Best Pub Food in Suffolk winner.
Bedrooms are really comfortable and guests looked after personally by their hosts. Rooms have tea & coffee making facilities. TVs and radios are not supplied to the rooms to make the most of the peaceful surroundings. Broadband wi-fi available.
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This page was last updated: 12 May 2012