Hour Cottage Holiday Cottages in Essex
|Address:||Water Street, Sudbury, CO10 9RW||Send an email|
|Telephone:||01277 651843||Visit website|
|Price:||Prices for 7 nights stay low season start at ?260. Prices for 7 nights stay high season start at ?38|
More about Hour Cottage (the location)Hour Cottage is situated in the heart of the medieval village of lavenham approximately 100 yds from the high street and Swan hotel. The high street offers numerous Antique shops Art Galleries and Tea rooms along with the traditional old style Grocers, Butchers, Bakers and Post Office.
The Village also benefits from several Public Houses selling locally produced Beers and a fine range of reasonably priced food. Also the village has several excellent restaurants that offer both local and european cuisine to an exceptionally high standard.
The sitting room located at the front of the property has a wood burning effect stove set into the original red brick fire place, a colour TV and CD player. The tasteful decoration, quality soft furnishings and a warm cosy atmosphere give the room a feeling of relaxed comfortable period living.
The Main Bedroom located to the front of the cottage over looks Water Street and gives pleasant views of many of the adjacent period properties. The original wrought iron fireplace, pine furniture, king size bed and fine soft furnishings give a romantic cosy feel to this lovely room.
Hour Cottage (the cottage)Hour Cottage has a fully fitted Kitchen over looking the rear garden. Utilities include built in Oven & Hob, Microwave, Refrigerator with freezer and washing machine and tumble dryer. Access to the garden is via a small annexe to the rear of the kitchen.
The property also has a single bedroom over looking the garden with cot available on request. The upstairs Bathroom comprises Toilet, Washhand Basin and power shower over bath. The cottage is centrally heated throughout. The secluded two tier cottage garden has Barbecue facilities garden furniture and decorative lighting.
Lavenham is regarded as one of the finest preserved medieval villages in Britain with a wealth of period buildings dating as far back as the 15th century. In the middle of the village is a pretty market place which is where the historic timbered Guild Hall is located.
St Peters Lavenham's church is one of the best known churches in England; It is situated in beautiful grounds at top of the hill to the south of the village over looking Lavenham and surrounding areas.
Lavenham is ideally situated for exploring the Suffolk countryside, Constabable Country and the vibrant near by town of Bury St Edmunds. Various parts of the Suffolk coast are an hours drive away.