Rural Accommodation

The Old Dairy

Self Catering
£235.00
 -  £565.00
Notes : per week
Old East End Hall
East End Road, Stonham Aspal
Stowmarket
IP14 6AS
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Owner Information
Kendra Daly
Suffolk
Phone : +44 (0)1449 711322
The Old Dairy is available for bookings weekly throughout the year. It sleeps 4 people comfortably, with an additional 2 sofa beds if required.

Ground floor: Open plan lounge with French doors, dining & kitchen with wooden floors & original beam.

First floor: 2 bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin), bathroom with shower over bath, toilet & basin. Sloping ceilings to first floor.

Services: Oil fired central heating. All fuel, power, bed linen (duvets) & towels inc. Parking for 2 cars. Travel cot, highchair& stairgates available on request. TV with freeview & DVD player with small library, radio/CD player. Books, magazines, games & puzzles. Electric hob & oven, fridge/freezer, microwave and washer/dryer. Large patio & private secluded garden with furniture and barbecue. Moated driveway to property.

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