Appearing in the Doomsday book of 1086 and with a 12th century church tower, the village of Bramfield is steeped in history. This Regency house is no exception, with low beams, four-poster beds, and log-burners all adding to the sense of tradition. There's plenty of space for kids – and adults – to run wild, with large gardens, a trampoline and a hot tub, the perfect place to finish the day. The kitchen is well-equipped for whipping up a feast – or try your skills on the charcoal barbecue. To give yourself a rest after a day of walking or driving, there are two deep bathtubs, as well as a quiet snug for reading. Bramfield village is a short walk away – aside from its historical attractions, it also has a lovely pub, ideal for a bite to eat at lunch or a restorative mid-walk drink. On sunny days visit Southwold, a thirty-minute drive away, for fish and chips on the shingle beach.
Home truths: *Watch your head – several of the rooms have low ceilings due to the age of the home
*The beds in the fourth bedroom are bunk beds
*No pets are allowed at this home
*There is a day bed, which can be made into a double bed, in the nursery
*We recommend having a car to best explore this area
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