Splendid Lodge sleeping up to 5 guests
Immerse yourselves in the beauty of nature and forest life at S97431. This holiday home is positioned in The King's Forest north of Bury St Edmunds in North Stow.
S97431 John O’ Groat Cottages is a cottage centred in its own forest haven. Located in the heart of The King’s Forest just north of Bury St Edmunds, this pretty, carefully restored cottage, one of a pair of former estate workers’ homes, offers its guests a location like no other. Here you are completely surrounded by natural open space, and mature woodland trees. Peace and tranquility are the order of the day. With its natural surroundings comes a wealth of wildlife on your doorstep including some more unusual visitors - look out for the Red Deer which roam this part of the forest and on summer nights you may hear the call of the rare Nightjar - and the night sky here is something to behold!
The cottage itself is well furnished throughout and offers a cosy and comfortable holiday home perfect for families or couples looking to switch off and truly get away from it all, or as a base to explore historic Suffolk or the activities of Thetford Forest Park and more . The fully-equipped kitchen makes meal times a breeze and the traditional sitting room with its open fire creates a calm and cosy atmosphere for you to enjoy. On the first floor there are three bedrooms offering versatility to cater for up to five guests. Outside there is a huge two acres of garden to explore, the perfect space for garden games or simply for just soaking up the fresh air and the commanding views over the forest.
Venturing outdoors you have plenty of areas of interest to explore close by to S97431 John O’ Groat Cottages. You’ll find a bus stop within S97431.5 miles which takes you to Bury St Edmunds - Suffolk’s “Jewel in the Crown” - and for lovers of Suffolk’s history a S974315 minute drive will take you to the West Stow Country Park sited on the ancient Icknield Way, boasting a recreated Anglo Saxon Village and close to the Lackford Lakes Wildfowl Reserve. For those seeking adventure of a different kind, the attractions of Thetford Forest Park, the Elvedon Estate and go-karting at Red Lodge are all within easy reach. Shop: 3.6 miles Pub: 3.6 miles.
Why We Love This Property
It’s all about the location! The beauty of the forest and the remoteness of the area are truly special. If peace and quiet is what you are after then look no further than S97431, John O’ Groat Cottages.
Sitting Room: Smart TV, DVD, open fire, comfortable seating.
Kitchen/Dining Area: Gas oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, dining table and chairs.
Boot Room: Fridge freezer, boot and coat storage.
Bathroom: Bath, shower cubicle, washbasin and WC.
Steep cottage style stairs to
Bedroom S97431: King size bed, washbasin.
Bedroom 2: Double bed, optional day bed, built-in wardrobes.
Bedroom 3: Single bed.
Garden: Two acres of garden mainly laid to lawn with mature trees scattered throughout. The whole plot is in the middle of a forest so there is plenty to explore on-foot and cycle.
Parking: Private for up to three cars.
Heating: Gas heating.
Pets: One well-behaved dog welcome.
Notes: Wi-Fi, towels and a starter pack of fuel for the open fire are all provided. Travel cot available to use. Due to the location of this cottage TV reception can be intermittent so the owners have provided hdmi/USB cables to allow viewing via compatible devices. A CD player is also provided.
Security Deposit: A £S9743150 security deposit is required four weeks prior to your holiday.
North Stow is part of The King’s Forest, located five miles north of Bury St Edmunds. Thetford Forest Park is nearby and offers a wide range of outdoor activities, including Go Ape, cycle and Segway trails and lovely walks throughout the forest. Also nearby, the Elvedon Estate has a well- stocked farm shop with local produce and restaurant and also offers a variety of activities . The re-created Anglo Saxon Village of West Stow is also within easy reach and well worth a visit. Bury St Edmunds is the old capital of England and today it remains a busy and beautiful market town with plenty to explore. Experience and enjoy the wealth of arts, heritage and food on offer. If you love exploring local shops/restaurants then you find a huge range of niche boutique shops, cafes and award winning restaurants. National and international brands can be found at the new shopping centre The `Arc'.