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Collection of Charming Romantic Retreats in Suffolk and Essex
The Grove Cottages is a handpicked selection of mostly romantic retreats in Suffolk and Essex.
Many of the cottages in the Grove Cottages collection have charming features such as exposed wooden beams, warming wood burning stoves, open fires and ample charm and character. Choose from barn conversions, historical cottages and country cottages in a variety of locations, from medieval villages and historical towns to rural settings for relaxed memorable breaks. Some properties even feature romantic four poster beds.
Whether for a short break or a longer stay, the Grove Cottages features a great choice of holiday homes to fall in love with. Many of the properties are pet-friendly too!
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2003
Set in beautiful Suffolk Countryside immortalised by the great English Landscape artist John Constable. The 5 cottages bring alive Rural Romance, with very many pretty medieval villages and ancient walks to explore. Lots of charming old villages with pargeted, half-timbered and thatched houses including Bures, Bury St Edmunds, Clare, Debenham, Lavenham, Long Melford for antiques, Nayland, Needham Market, Otley, Framsden, Haverhill, Holbrook, historic Ipswich with Maritime Museum, Kesgrave, Stanton, Stowmarket, Stratford St Mary with ancient priests' house, Sudbury, Troston, Wherstead, Woodbridge with Tide Mill and Sutton Hoo burial ground, Braintree for cheap designer goods, olde worlde Coggeshall, Halstead, Cavendish, Stoke by Nayland, Hadleigh, Roman Colchester with castle and zoo, Tiptree for jam making factory and tea shop, Kelvedon, Brightlingsea for walks, West Mersea to sea the seals, East Bergholt - Constable's birthplace and pretty village, Kersey, Monks Eleigh.
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Sudbury/Colchester railway stations, Stansted Airport and station.
Recommended Places to Visit: Southwold and Woodbridge on the Suffolk coast, antiques centres and fairs.
Annual Events: Many of the medieval Houses and stately homes have open days and there are lots of open garden weekends for whole villages.I supply guests with a complete run down of all local attractions and events calendars.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: The Great House Lavenham - one of the best French restaurants in England.The Angel in Lavenham in the picturesque village square.The White Hart in Nayland, this 15th Century Inn was formerly a Roux Brothers restaurant.The Kings Head in Laxfield.
Local Sports: Fishing, cycling, walking, canoeing, horse riding.
Please visit the the owner's website to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in Suffolk.