Good Hotel Guide Review
Eco-chic combines with modern comforts at this series of rooms in barns and shepherds’ huts with a central Great Barn restaurant, deep in Suffolk fruit-farming country. Each is different. Some have a kitchen, an in-room roll-top bath or an outdoor tub. The oldest, the two-bedroom Cow House, has a kitchen, dining area, stand-alone bath and a double shower with underfloor heated pebbles. There is a spa and gym, while the organic kitchen garden supplies ingredients for dishes such as Cubanelle peppers, white beans, cavolo nero, patty pan squash; onglet of beef, bitter leaves, beef-fat carrots, Café de Paris butter. Afternoon tea and cocktails can also be enjoyed. It is a popular wedding venue.
Brick Kiln Farm, Sandy Lane
30, in barns and shepherds' huts, 6 with outdoor bath tub. Several barn rooms on ground floor with wheelchair access.
restaurant, snug, spa, gym, farm shop, smart TV in barn rooms, civil wedding licence, EV charging, hire bikes, 35-acre grounds (yoga meadow).
'chilled' in bar and restaurant, live guitar and vocal at dinner Fri & Sat.
all ages welcome in selected child-friendly barns. Travel cot £20. Children's menu.
max 2 in selected barns, 1 in shepherds' huts (no charge, treats, wash-down facilities), on lead in communal areas.
Amex, MC, Visa. No cash accepted.
B&B doubles from £185. À la carte £65. 2-night min stay for all bookings.