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Located in Sudbury in the Suffolk region, The Retreat Log Cabin has a garden. The accommodations is 26 mi from Clacton-on-Sea, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi. We were looking for a retreat and that is exactly what we got. We did not see our host but, due to the current covid situation every step had been taken for safety I would say and, we arrived to a lovely set up and total peace which is what we wanted. The cabin was clean and very cute and you could see love and pride had been taken to make it so. With lovely weather we had plenty of options to sit outside and just chill with tapas and wine we had brought with us. Little touchs such as nice coffeee maching and radio and lots of little bits meant the stay we top notch and deserves a 10 review for our hosts. Thank you!
Located in the heart of Constable Country, Poplars Farmhouse B&B is set among fields and trees, and is less than a 12-minute walk from Stoke-by-Nayland. Wonderful stay in an old farmhouse. We loved hearing the history about the age of the home and the renovations. The rooms were very comfortable and clean. The breakfast the next morning was absolutely fantastic! The short walk through the countryside to the village was nice as well.
Boasting wonderful views across the Stour and Box river valleys, this privately owned inn is set on a hill in the picturesque village of Stoke-by-Nayland, on the Essex and Suffolk border. Beautiful room, very spacious. Lovely, friendly staff. Would recommend to others. Had a relaxing evening.
Peaceful, rural, picturesque area with character. If you haven't travelled the South Suffolk route(signposted) just South of Assington , which crosses the A134 , go and do it. It's a bit of a "Lost Valley" with some stunning hilly views! Look on the map for Stoke by Nayland. Enough said- go!
The Case is outside Assington which is itself a village. The countryside is typically Suffolk and very pleasant. The hotel is essentially, as it says on the label, a restaurant with very comfortable rooms. We found the hosts to be warm and welcoming people. For dinner we had a sharing plate of charcuterie, the largest portions of haddock and chips which we have had in a long time, followed by the best ever lemon tart . Being in the countryside, recreational activities include walking, cycling and developing your interest in local history.