A peaceful refreshing getaway in the clear air with a very friendly and helpful host
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This historic manor house, positioned in open country in Suffolk, is a haven of peace and birdsong. Set in an award-winning two acre garden, designed by Timothy and Christine Easton that has been featured in Country Life and several books, that has been the home of two artists since 1982. Timothy’s paintings made around the garden and with views through the distinctive windows in various rooms, are well known through cards, prints and books. They also hang on the walls around the house. He has a North-facing studio in the garden: You are free to roam the garden where there are little buildings placed about that can be used and plenty of seating elsewhere for peace and relaxation. The central garden is on a one-acre island haven surrounded by a moat with additional woodland paths. Crossing the bridges, footpaths and bridleways lead off in several directions, so both short walks can be suggested, or for the adventurous, longer ways to roam for several miles, but still leading back to the house.
Bedfield Hall is close to the small market town of Framlingham with its castle and superb church. Markets on the hill are held on two days where seating and tables spill out onto the pavements. The coast is just over half an hour away from well-know places such as Aldeburgh, Dunwich and Southwold. The famous Concert Hall venue at Snape now has music the year round.