Todays featured Beyton Bed & Breakfast:
Manorhouse, a Suffolk longhouse originally a farmhouse dates back to late 15th century, set in large gardens in the picturesque village of Beyton, there is a 3 mile Beyton Walk. It’s an elegant, but down to earth home, half- timbered with colourwashed rooms.
Todays featured Lowestoft guest House:
Most of our rooms have en-suite bathrooms and all have flatscreen televisions and tea and coffee making facilities. Some of our rooms provide attractive views to the promenade, ideal for early risers who wish to watch the sunrise over the sea. We also provide free wireless internet access..
Todays featured Mildenhall Bed & Breakfast:
A beautifully refurbished one (double) bedroom, ground floor self-catering apartment close to the centre of the historic Suffolk town of Mildenhall and within a short walk of the town's pubs, restaurants, cafes and shops. Guests are welcome to stay on a self-catering basis for any duration.
Todays featured Sibton Bed & Breakfast:
Dating from the 16th century, the present Grade II Listed farmhouse was originally one of five granges attached to the Cistercian Abbey of Sibton, founded in the 12th century. South Grange housed the farming lay brothers and the original moat, fishponds and meadow are a Scheduled Ancient Monument..
Todays featured Haughley cottage / chalet or cabin:
Red House Farm, Haughley is situated in the picturesque countryside of Mid Suffolk. The farm is just half a mile from the village of Haughley, and an ideal base for exploring the many attractions in East Anglia.