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Not only the North Norfolk Coast with its vast beaches like Holkham, and salt marshes at Blakeney and Cley, the East of England offers historic Cambridge, Ely Cathedral, the calm beauty of the Broads, pretty villages of Suffolk and a variety of wildlife. It's no surprise it appeals to artists, photographers, cyclists and bird watchers.

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Acorn Lodge 4

Saxmundham, Suffolk, East of England

Acorn Lodge From £290 Availability

Acorn Lodge is a beautifully-presented lodge near Saxmundham in East Anglia. The lodge can sleep four people in two bedrooms which are made up of a double and a twin as well as a separate bathroom. The rest of the lodge is made up of an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner. To the outside is ample off road parking and an enclosed garden with furniture and firepit. Set in wonderful surroundings, Acorn Lodge can be enjoyed at any time of the year.

Aldeburgh Manor 14

Aldeburgh, Suffolk, East of England

Aldeburgh Manor From £2552 Availability

A striking country house impressively silhouetted against the stunning Suffolk skies, Aldeburgh Manor is a marine-themed delight with incredibly quaint and spacious interiors!

Enjoying a privileged spot by the sea, this home is a real treat for up to 14 lucky guests, accommodating both large families, groups of friends or even multiple families! The design is delightfully social, with a dining table alongside the exquisite kitchen, and a number of separate but adjoining living areas ensuring whether you want solitude or a large gathering, you can find the perfect arrangement here! Gentle greys, delicate whites and creams and wood-tones ooze through the whole property reflecting the soothing palette of the dazzling natural world of the Suffolk seaside beyond. Nautical details add a sense of life to each room, reminding you of the stunning coastline just outside your window! The garden room and the living room, sitting side-by-side, offer comfy seating with a cosy open fire and garden views! Finally, a large formal dining room is the cherry on the cake of this delightful property.

There are seven enchanting bedrooms in total, each totally unique and all equally beautiful. The soft colour theme pervades each room, while vibrant flowers and marine-themed décor adds a vibrant splash of colour here and there! The first two double rooms can be found on the first-floor, alongside a wonderful twin room, and there are two more of each on the second floor. Each room enjoys a seating area or a desk and ornate bedframes. There are three fabulous bathrooms on the first-floor, where you can enjoy delightful bathtubs and lovely showers. On the ground floor you will find an additional shower room – ideal for jumping in fresh out of the sea!

And finally, step outside into your vast garden! A huge sweeping lawn stretches towards the sea, surrounded by wildflowers, mature trees and hedges. On the terrace you can enjoy a little alfresco dining, with picnic tables, chairs and even a barbecue set up for you to soak up the sunshine and the gentle sea breeze.

The spectacular seaside town of Aldeburgh awaits you just outside your front door, with its quaint Georgian high street teeming with shops and galleries and even the chance to pick up some fresh fish from the boats on the beach!

Nestled on the east coast of England, just over an hour from London, Suffolk is a fabulously peaceful, rural county with miles of sandy beaches and magnificent views!
Starting at its southern border with Essex and stretching all the way to Lowestoft and the Norfolk coast, the 50 miles stretch of enchanting and often wild coastline of Suffolk has a little something for everyone! With charming villages, medieval towns and exquisite natural beauty all set against breath-taking skies it is a true feast for the eyes!

The dazzling town of Aldeburgh itself, with its highly distinctive architecture, colourful boats and fresh-fish shacks stretching along the beach, is as unique as it is charming.
World-renowned for its connection with Benjamin Britten, born in nearby Lowestoft but who spent the last 30 or so years of his life living here, Aldeburgh is believed to have inspired many of the works by the prolific composer.

The impressive four-metre high 'Scallop' on the town’s Blue Flag beach is inscribed with the words ‘I hear those voices that will not be drowned’ from Britten’s famous opera Grimes which stand out against the glow of the Suffolk sky. You can even visit The Red House which Britten stayed in until his death in 1976 for an informal snapshot of the life he led here.

In nearby Thorpeness you can hire a boat and row blissfully in and around the little islands of the 3ft-deep lake for a quaint day out with the family.

A maze of market towns like Bungay, Beccles and Bury St. Edmunds that dot the ever-intersecting rural roads amid the beautiful agricultural landscape and thatched cottages of villages, Suffolk embodies the slow pace of life that so many of us can only dream of. And yet, this county is rich in history, housing the grand estates of Framlingham Castle and Ickworth House, it holds the Home of Horseracing in Newmarket, and even endless attraction including the Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park near Lowestoft or The Otter Trust near Earsham with a huge collection of otters!

Aslacton Granary 14

Aslacton, Norfolk, East of England

Aslacton Granary From £3043 Availability

Aslacton Granary offers a mind-blowing feast of beauty, stylish decor, olde world curios, extravagance and stunning opulence. This dreamy conversion is the ultimate group retreat. Situated in Aslacton, close to the vibrant city of Norwich and the iconic Norfolk Broads, this outstanding holiday home sleeps a maximum of fourteen guests in seven heavenly bedrooms. Even the bedroom names of Gothic Arches, Gold Boudoir, China Blue give you a quick insight as to the meticulous attention to detail and ambience of this fantastic home.

This historic carcass has had architects and interior designers in their element blending high-end contemporary chic with ancient charm. A feeling of time gone by hangs lovingly throughout this brilliant building. As soon as you reach the driveway, you will quickly realise that you are in for a treat. Every space is a delight with handpicked artworks, furnishings and quirky touches. Throughout, you will find traditional lofty ceilings complete with warm, restored beams and flagstone floors in true country style.

In sumptuous style, long sofas stretch invitingly in the huge living room. With one wall of glass, you can admire your private estate and ponder your blessings. The Garden Room is a mass of seating with sapphire cushion accents and fabulous views of the patio garden. The manicured box hedges and the babbling fountain are all delights.

The rustic country kitchen is a wonder beneath the barn’s age-old woodwork. It offers an Aga that sits gloriously in the feature brick fireplace and masses of cupboards. It leads to the ambient dining room with trendy lights strung amongst the wooden beams. All around you will be mesmerised by ancient weighing scales, age old display cabinets once used for salves and balms, family hair oil, tonics and cures and old sewing machines displayed on the walls. It is quirky, eye-catching and a wonderful holiday tonic!

Each of the seven bedrooms is lavishly decorated and adorned. You will find four posters, sumptuous sleigh beds, Juliette balconies, chandeliers, exposed beams, painted floor boards, walls covered with plates and artefacts and butterfly collections. Every bedroom is a wonder, highly impressive and superbly comfortable. Five of the bedrooms are situated on the ground floor, one with an en-suite shower room and also a beautiful family bathroom. The remaining two bedrooms are located on the first floor, both with en-suite bathrooms. Like the bedrooms, the bathrooms are quirky palaces with fascinating decor. All of the bedrooms boast smart televisions.

The gardens and terraces are incredible. Long trestle tables provide more than enough room for everyone to sit down in the Norfolk sunshine. You can enjoy barbecues or pizzas fired in your very own charcoal oven. Throughout the gardens you will find absolute joy. There are gorgeous lily ponds where you can perch at bistro tables, fabulous lush lawns, mature planting in the beds, a wonderful tennis court and even a hot tub where you can chill, enjoy a glass of fizz and breath the lovely fresh air.

Aslacton is a quiet, historic village, south west of the wonderful market town of Norwich. Its church dates from 996AD and is one of 124 existing round-tower churches in Norfolk. Norwich is an absolute delight. It boasts cosy pubs including The Fat Cat and St Andrew Brew House where delicious craft beers are made on the premises. So say, it offers the best fish and chips in East Anglia to the sounds of jazz at the Grosvenor Fish Bar. Norwich Catherdral stands in all its majesty with the ancient beauty of stained glass windows, a booming organ and hushed cloisters. Set is peaceful grounds brimming with grassy squares and handsome houses, it is a viewing station for peregrine falcons that nest in the cathedral’s spire. Norwich also boasts dozens of churches from its medieval heyday, some of which have been repurposed into cultural and exhibition spaces such as the Norwich Arts Centre. The Forum is a huge glass edifice and the home of BBC Norwich as well as being a thriving library and boasting restaurants and a bustling cafe. Norwich open-air market delights shopper with traditional fruit and veg stalls alongside gourmet tea and coffee vendors, artisanal bakers and others.

Locals often refer to the area of the Norfolk Broads as ‘Broadland’. The beautiful Rivers Yare, Ant, Waveney, Chet and Bure meander their leisurely way through Norfolk and Suffolk connecting beautiful inland lakes, creating waterways and wetlands that make up The Norfolk Broads. Wildlife is abundant and conservation has been very successful in reintroducing species such as otters and herons that struggled for some time to survive. To the eastern side of the Norfolk Broads, the sandy beaches and stunning coastline caress the Broads at Horsey Mere with the salt water of the North Sea coming within a hare’s breathe of the the fresh water. Grey and common seals thrive on the shoreline. Boat hire is very popular and an absolute must!

Visitors staying at Aslacton Granary also enjoy visiting the magical North Norfolk coastline for its endless beaches and huge skies. It is also very easy to visit the magical seaside resort of Southwold. Southwold lies between the pretty resort of Aldeburgh and the bustling town of Lowestoft. The town is almost an island, being bounded by the North Sea to the East, by the River Blyth and Southwold Harbour to the South West and by Buss Creek to the North. There is only one road in and out of the town which adds to its seaside magic. Southwold is home to the famous Adnams Brewery. Adnams offer brewery tours throughout the year and you can sample the tasty pints everywhere. Visitors enjoy various boat trips with the Coastal Voyage being one of the most popular. At high speed, the boat is put through formidable paces in a 30 minute tour where you will enjoy marsh harriers, herons, gulls and possibly osprey.

Barn in Cambridgeshire 2

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, East of England

Barn in Cambridgeshire From £512 Availability

The cottage is nestled within the peaceful village of Barrington which has a lovely pub on the green and a village shop. There is a train station in Shepreth, just 1 mile away, with direct links into both central Cambridge and London, so you are well placed to enjoy the very best of Cambridgeshire and beyond. Audley End House which hosts shows and open air concerts throughout the year is within easy reach, as is the National Trust s Wimpole Hall. There is a local wildlife park featuring a variety of animals including tigers (1 mile) and for lovers of history, the Imperial War Museum at Duxford (7 miles) is highly recommended with its regular air displays throughout the year. You enter this welcoming property via the front door which leads you through into the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The lounge area has a comfortable two seater sofa and an armchair which faces the Smart TV, and also has a dining table and two chairs ideal for breakfast, lunch or an evening meal together should you wish to dine in. The kitchen area has everything you need to prepare a meal, with its electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment, dishwasher, and a Nespresso coffee machine. The double bedroom has plenty of storage for your personal items and leads off from the lounge. There is also a shower room with WC. Outside, to the front of the property, you have a table and two chairs and there is also an enclosed shared seating area with a table and chairs. There are further shared areas around the owner s grounds with furniture provided, and by prior arrangement with the owner, there is a pizza oven that guests are more than welcome to use to cook up some fresh stone baked pizza. There is a shared social area with a TV, sofas, and a small gym area which includes a treadmill, cross trainer, exercise bike and some resistance equipment. The outdoor swimming pool is shared and is accessible for guests by prior arrangement direct with the owner as to time slots and availability.

Barn in Cambridgeshire 2

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, East of England

Barn in Cambridgeshire From £512 Availability

The cottage is located in the quaint village of Barrington, which has a shop and a lovely pub on the green. There is a train station in Shepreth, just 1 mile away, with direct links into central Cambridge and London, so you are ideally placed to enjoy the very best of Cambridgeshire and beyond. The National Trust s Wimpole Hall is within easy reach, as is the beautiful Audley End House which hosts shows and open air concerts throughout the year. There is a local wildlife park featuring exotic animals including tigers which is a mile away, and for the history lovers among you, head to the Imperial War Museum at Duxford which has regular air displays throughout the year and is where you can see the Lancaster, Spitfire, Vulcan, and Concorde planes up close (7 miles). You enter this charming and cosy property via the front door which leads you through into the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The lounge area has a comfortable two seater sofa and armchair which face the Smart TV. There is also a dining table with two chairs which is ideal for breakfast, lunch, or an evening meal together should you wish to dine in. The kitchen area has everything the foodies among you need to prepare a meal, with its electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, and a Nespresso coffee machine. The king size bedroom leads off from the lounge with plenty of storage for your personal items and the shower room with WC leads off from the bedroom. Outside and to the front of the property, you have a table and two chairs and there is also an enclosed shared seating area with a table and chairs if you do have a dog this is the perfect spot for them to stretch their legs. There are further shared areas around the owner s grounds with furniture provided, and by prior arrangement with the owner, there is a pizza oven that guests are more than welcome to use to cook up some fresh stone baked pizza. There is a shared social area with a TV, sofas, and a small gym which includes a treadmill, cross trainer, exercise bike, and some resistance equipment. The outdoor swimming pool is shared and is accessible for guests by prior arrangement direct with the owner as to time slots and availability. There is private off road parking for up to two vehicles.

Barn in Lincolnshire 4

Lincoln, Lincolnshire, East of England

Barn in Lincolnshire From £614 Availability

The village of Heapham is perfect for those wanting a quiet getaway from it all and where you can explore the miles of country footpaths that lead from the village. There is a small moat located within the grounds and this provides a great place to sit and enjoy the peace and tranquillity and surrounding wildlife. Also nearby is a private airfield originally built for WW2 with a wonderful café to sit and watch the planes come and go. The home of The Red Arrows is in Lincolnshire they regularly practice in the skies over the area. Further afield Hemswell Antiques Centre is a great day out as is the city of Lincoln. Step into the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner which boasts floor to ceiling windows that let the light flood into this beautiful and homely space. The kitchen area offers an elegant space to cook a special meal for your loved ones with everything you need such as an electric oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, and microwave. Enjoy lazy dinners together around the dining table or spend the evenings relaxing on the comfy seating in front of the Smart TV. There are two bedrooms, one double and one twin and a wet room with a shower and WC. Outside there is a patio with a bubbling hot tub overlooking a grassy paddock with a nearby comfy outdoor corner sofa, parasol and a gas BBQ. There is a second patio with dining furniture, perfect for dining alfresco. Wander across the paddock to the moat with mature trees, providing a peaceful place to pause and listen to the surrounding wildlife. There is off road parking for two cars.

Barn in Lincolnshire 5

Donington, Lincolnshire, East of England

Barn in Lincolnshire From £381 Availability

The cottage is located on the Lincolnshire Fens, with a wealth of local history. The historic market towns of Boston, Spalding, Donington (all within 10 miles), and Sleaford (15 miles) are nearby. Take boat trips from Boston out into the Wash, with excellent bird watching areas, or visit Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve (35 miles), near Skegness. Visit the Fen Rivers for course fishing with Bream, Roach, Pike, and Zander. Ingoldmells Fantasy Island (36 miles) and Maplethorpe (45 miles) provide a great day out for all ages. Another attraction a little closer is the city of Lincoln (35 miles) and its Norman castle. Lincolnshire is home to the R.A.F and if you are lucky enough, you could see the Red Arrows practising. Step into the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner and make yourself at home. The lounge area offers lots of comfy seating to curl up and relax in front of the TV. The kitchen area offers everything you need to rustle up a hearty meal during your stay, including an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine, and microwave. There is a farmhouse dining table where you can sit and plan the day's activities ahead. The barn benefits from a handy downstairs shower room with a shower and WC. Heading upstairs there are two bedrooms, a family room with double and single bed, with views over the surrounding countryside and a twin bedroom with views over the pond and gardens. There is a patio area with seating and a BBQ, perfect for those warmer days when you re relaxing with good company and enjoying the surrounding wildlife. Head through the gated garden to reach the wildlife pond teeming with unusual wildfowl and wallabies. There is off road parking for three cars.

Barn in Lincolnshire 4

Lincoln, Lincolnshire, East of England

Barn in Lincolnshire From £495 Availability

Coast or countryside, ancient or modern, Lincolnshire has it all, come, explore and find out for yourself. Dating from Roman times, this historic town has grown into a thriving university city. With magnificent cathedral and a medieval castle in the uphill historic Bailgate area, by the famous Steep Hill. To the east, lies the county's best kept secret, The Lincolnshire Wolds, with rolling hills and picturesque villages. The golden sands of the Lincolnshire coast can be found further east. If you enjoy golf, there is a 9 hole golf course within a mile of the cottage with restaurant and bar and a top pro course at Woodhall Spa and Blackley 6 miles away. Ten pin bowling a short drive away. Watch some racing at Cadwell Park and if you re lucky you will see some planes from RAF Waddington. There is a footpath close to the cottage which wanders through the nearby countryside. Step into the hallway of this semi detached cottage where you will find a dresser and array of leaflets with things to do during your stay, you will sure get some inspiration here. The spacious lounge/kitchen/diner is bright and airy and has patio doors that lead to the hot tub. The kitchen is the perfect place to cook up a storm and offers an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, with nearby farmhouse style dining table. Put your feet up on the reclining sofas with something good on the TV and relax after a long day. The first king size bedroom is warm and inviting with an en suite shower room and WC, and second king size bedroom overlooks the fields to the rear of the property and has an en suite bathroom with shower over bath and WC. Outside, there is a hot tub which benefits from gazebos as well as bluetooth and mood lights situated at the rear of the property overlooking the Wolds. The garden is complete with dining table and chairs, perfect for dining alfresco. There is also a large grassed area to the side of the cottage which has a kids play area with swings, slides and climbing frame. The garden is great for garden games and stretching the dog s legs. There is off road parking for two cars and bike storage available.

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Lincoln, Lincolnshire, East of England

Barn in Lincolnshire From £2087 Availability

Enjoy excellent walks and cycle routes straight from the door of the property into the Lincolnshire Wolds. Nearby Lincoln is famous for its cathedral, castle and Magna Carta Centre is within easy reach and is well worth a visit, not forgetting the steep hill and beautiful Marina. The sandy beaches at Skegness can be easily reached for a day at the seaside and indulge in some traditional fish and chips. Cadwell Park Circuit is a short drive away from the property, as are the market towns of Louth, Horncastle and Market Rasen, also well known for its racecourse and is also worth a visit. The spacious open plan kitchen/diner is the heart of the home and is perfect for entertaining and celebrating a special occasion with loved ones. Rustle up a memorable meal in the kitchen with electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Come together around the kitchen island for pre dinner drinks and then relax at the spacious dining table enjoying a memorable meal. Unwind in the lounge on the comfy seating with a good book or put something on the Smart TV. Wander down the hall and you will find a super king size zip and link bedroom (which can be made into twin upon request) with en suite shower room and WC. There is a smaller kitchen if you want to enjoy some quiet time away from the group offering electric oven and hob, fridge and dishwasher. There is a further ground floor super king size zip and link bedroom (which can be made into twin upon request) with en suite bathroom offering a bath, sink and WC. Wander up the impressive staircase which splits in two and you will find a mezzanine reading area with games and a pool table. There are four bedrooms on the first floor, a super kin size with en suite bathroom and WC, a king size with en suite bathroom and WC, and two king size bedrooms each with en suite shower rooms and WC. Take time to unwind in the outdoor hot tub / swim spa with nearby table, chairs and BBQ. Beyond the courtyard is a spacious shared grassed area with lots of space to enjoy outdoor games. Explore the 300 acres following the private Farm Trail, a glorious walk designed to take guests on a beautiful path around the farm incorporating a ponds, woodland, private airstrip, dedicated wildlife areas, and beautiful scenery. Enjoy some time relaxing by the private lake watching the wildlife or try your hand at fly fishing, also you can play a game of tennis on the shared tennis courts. There is ample off road parking. Due to the current situation there may be some restrictions in place with the tennis courts, the owner is carrying out her own risk assessment. to ensure guests can enjoy a game of tennis, which can be pre booked with the owner during your stay.

Barn in Norfolk 6

South Creake, Norfolk, East of England

Barn in Norfolk From £485 Availability

The lovely village of South Creake is just a few miles from Burnham Market, and features a charming village green and a church admired by John Betjeman. South Creake is home to the Yorke Trust and the North Norfolk Music Festival. You will be ideally situated for exploring the spectacular Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, perfect for nature lovers, cyclists, walkers and birdwatchers. Nearby is an Iron Age fort on Bloodgate Hill and a Saxon church at Waterden. Other popular local attractions include RSPB Titchwell Marsh, RSPB Snettisham, Blakeney Point and the Holkham Estate. Beautiful beaches are within easy reach, and there are plenty of popular villages and market towns to discover, including King s Lynn, Hunstanton and Fakenham. On entering this beautiful converted former coach house, which is set in the grounds of the owner s house and is built in traditional brick and chalk with pantiled roof, you will find yourself in the delightful open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. Retaining plenty of original features including exposed beams and a central chimney, this is a lovely space to relax in. The welcoming and comfortable lounge has plenty of seating, TV/DVD and an open fire. There s a delightful dining area, and the kitchen is fully equipped with an AGA style oven, electric oven, microwave, fridge and dishwasher. An outhouse houses a washing machine, freezer and an extra fridge if required. Exploring this characterful property further, there are two cosy bedrooms on the ground floor: a spacious single room with an additional pull out bed, and a large twin room. There is also a shower room with basin and a WC. Heading up the spiral staircase to the first floor you will find a galleried double bedroom. Stepping outside you will find a very pretty, private, enclosed garden to the front of the barn with garden furniture, which is an ideal space to sit back in and dine al fresco. You are also welcome to go into the larger garden beyond, but please note that there is a pond and the tiny River Burn runs through it. Barn owls nest in the grounds and you can watch them hunting and hear them call at night. Off road parking is available in the grounds for two cars.