- £1320 per week
- £189 per night
- 8 Guests
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 2 Pets
Ideally located to ensure you can enjoy the best of two beautiful East Anglian counties, Grade II* listed, Brook Farm is a quintessentially English farmhouse, brimming with charm and original Elizabethan features. Perfectly fusing modern and vintage luxury furnishings with characterful surroundings, this is a home from home you’ll be itching to return to. So, if you’re looking for a stylish base for a holiday where you can explore – then you may have just found the perfect break for you.
As you enter this tasteful self-catering abode for 8, you will be struck by the warm and welcoming surroundings. The heart of the home is the stunning farmhouse kitchen, equipped with all the tools you need to make this an unforgettable self-catering stay. The dining room is a space made for socialising, with interiors providing the perfect blend of style and charm. A large sitting room with comfortable seating is perfect for putting your feet up in front of the open fire after a long day exploring. There is a Sonos music system, so you can enjoy whatever music floats your boat! Unique with its modern style which is fused so lovingly with the characterful features such as exposed timber beams and open fires. This truly is something a bit different.
Brook Farm is the perfect getaway to the Norfolk/Suffolk border, ideal for larger families, groups of friends or as a couples’ retreat. Space isn’t compromised here. Each bedroom is beautifully spacious, and your comfort is the focus here with plush beds, French linen and stylish furnishings.
Surrounded by rolling countryside, Brook Farm is set in an idyllic location and many of the rooms are topped off by spectacular Suffolk countryside views. Outside, there is the added luxury of a well-equipped grade II listed games barn where hours of fun can be had and also a Scandi wood-fired hot tub meaning you can relax in style.
The icing on the cake? There’s so much to explore while on holiday here. You’re surrounded by traditional and unique market towns, beautiful countryside walks which are topped off nicely by enjoying the local pubs and what’s more, if you fancy a day by the coast then the seaside favourite, Southwold, is just a 30-minute drive away!
Pub: 2.8 miles Shop: 3.3 miles Beach: 15.3 miles
What we love about this property? The interiors are beautifully fused with the 1540s wooden beams to provide a perfect blend of charm and style. There is something for everyone here with the additions of a games barn and wood-fired hot tub. This property truly is something a bit different.
Entrance Hallway: Space for shoes and coats
Sitting Room: Comfortable seating, TV, open fire
Kitchen: Large farmhouse style kitchen with double rangemaster oven, 6 gas rings, fridge freezer, microwave, dishwasher
Shower Room: Walk in shower, WC and basin
Dining Room: Dining table and seating for 8, open fire
Utility: Additional cupboard space, washing machine and tumble dryer
Boiler Room: Clothes dryer
Stairs to first floor
Bedroom 1: King size bed, bedside tables, wardrobe space
Bedroom 2: Double bed, bedside tables, chair, wardrobe space
Bedroom 3: Double bed with access one side only, wardrobe space
Bedroom 4: King sized bed, bedside tables, chair, wardrobe space
Bathroom: Bath, handheld shower basin, WC
Garden: Large and beautiful surrounding gardens, mainly laid to lawn. There is a large unfenced pond. Games Barn: With seating, table tennis, table football, darts, music and pool table. The gardens are topped off by a Wood-fired Hot Tub
Parking: Ample parking in front of property
Heating: Oil fired central heating
Pets: 2 dogs welcome - to be kept downstairs, off furniture and out of the sitting room when they are muddy please.
Notes: Wi-Fi, bedding, bath, hand and hot tub towels provided. Please note, there is an unfenced pond in the garden and therefore please ensure children are supervised.
South of Bungay on the Suffolk side of the river is a handful of small villages known locally as 'The Saints'. It is here that St Nicholas South Elmham lies with its wealth of open countryside. St Nicholas South Elmham is extremely popular with cyclists with a maze of narrow country lanes. South of the curiously named St Cross South Elmham stands South Elmham Hall, a 16th century farmhouse which is now used as an events venue. Just on the outskirts of St Nicholas South Elmham is The Rumburgh Buck - an award winning pub popular with locals and visitors alike. St Nicholas South Elmham has two better-known neighbouring locations including the market town of Halesworth and Bungay both of which are approximately seven miles away as well as having the popular seaside town of Southwold just fifteen miles away and the Beccles broads close by. If you're into local ales and wine local must-see attractions include St Peter's Brewery and Barrell and Sellers breweries as well as Valley Farm vineyard. St Nicholas South Elmham provides the perfect base for a family holiday and for those looking to do some sightseeing, bird watching and fishing.
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 2 king/super-king beds
- 2 double beds
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 2 bathrooms
- 2 WCs
- Towels provided
- Family friendly
- Travel cot
- Private parking
- Rural location
How far to ...?
- Beach 15.3 miles
- Pub 2.8 miles
- Shop 3.3 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Games room
- Hot tub
- Countryside views
- Ground floor WC
- Ground floor bath/shower room
Important - please note
- Check in: 16.00
- Check out: 10.00