Tithe Barn – sleeps 7, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- Sleeps 7
- 4 Bedrooms
- Sofa bed for 2 extra guests
- 2 Bathrooms
- 1 well behaved dog welcome
- Private Hot Tub
- Wood Burner
- Open plan kitchen/lounge/diner
- Charcoal BBQ
- Disabled access – NAS Mobility Level 1
Tithe Barn has a spacious, open plan living, dining and kitchen area.
The farmhouse style,
The living area has a traditional oak floor, soft furnishings and a roaring wood burner, ideal for the winter evenings. French doors open up from the living space to an enclosed child and pet safe patio area with its own private Hot Tub and charcoal BBQ overlooking the picturesque and historic moat.
On the ground floor there is a charming double bedroom with a 5ft double bed on the ground floor with an adjacent shower room, a single bedroom with a 3ft bed on the ideal for a child or disabled guest.
The large family bathroom with bath, shower attachment and WC offers relaxing views from the window across the moat.
Up the narrow winding stairs you will find the lathe and plaster wall made with horse hair which is how the internal walls would have originally been constructed.
These stairs lead to a picturesque bedroom with a 6ft Super King bed. This can be split into two singles on request (zip and link). This particular bedroom has a sloping ceiling with lovely views of the village church.
There is also a delightful twin room with sloping ceilings with two 3ft single beds.
All our cottages have private hot tubs.
We also have a fully stocked games room and an outside playground.
Hosts Jeremy & Jo Squirrell live on site and look after the day to day running of the Holiday Cottages along with a large team behind the scenes. They live and work on this family farm and are 4th generation farmers to live at Wattisham Hall and regard themselves as custodians of this farm for future generations.
Wattisham Hall is nestled in the heart of the Suffolk countryside which lends itself to being easily in reach of both historic places such as Bury St Edmunds, Lavenham and The Dedham Vale ‘Constable Country’ as well as the coastal resorts of Southwold, Aldeburgh and Felixstowe.