"The 'Girls' came for a long weekend. A great base to see the sights. The Grain Store is in a peaceful haven, well equipped. We ate at Sutherland house for a special birthday and were not disappointed! We also walked to Walberswick and got the rowing boat back across the water, no-pne fell in!"
"A long weekend, what a delight! It is an experience never forgotten. The thought put into making our holiday a success by the owner and House Keeper is beyond imagination. Based on previous places I've stayed similar to this, I armed myself with my own kitchen utentials - not needed, everything supplied that we required and more! Everything about the place is 'just so' all in its right place and clean. Thank you for making our stay memorable, restful and easy"
If you’re planning a weekend or holiday with family and friends why not take a look at the neighbouring properties Fig Tree Cottage
and Reydon Grove House
which, together can accommodate 20 guests comfortably marketed as the Reydon Grove Estate
You’re welcomed into a spacious hall, with original beams, sitting at the heart of the Grain Store with stairs rising to the first floor, the light and airy kitchen/dining room to the right and big living room to the left.
Stylish bespoke dining kitchen, a great place to socialise with central island giving additional storage and work space plus dining table with six chairs positioned next to two sets of double doors opening onto the terrace so you can make the most of indoor/outdoor living in the warmer months.
The chef of the family will find everything needed to rustle up some culinary delights - Rangemaster stove with double oven, grill, warming drawer and five ring induction hob with extractor, American style fridge freezer with ice dispenser, dishwasher , washing machine and free standing microwave, Nespresso machine with frother and Ninja blender.
You’re welcomed into a spacious hall at the heart of the house with a modern well-equipped kitchen/dining room to the right and spacious sitting room to the left, both with doors opening to the patio. Many features reflect the history of the grain store, particularly in the accommodation with reclaimed timbers and galvanised partitions, enhanced by stylish furnishings, luxury shower rooms and a wonderful roll top bath.
There’s ample parking for two cars at the Grain Store and a long south facing patio furnished with table and chairs.
A spacious room with big corner sofa, large leather sofa and footstool inviting you to relax, unwind and enjoy warmth of the chic modern wood burner with entertainment provided with a wide screen TV and DVD player.
Conveniently located off the hall with WC and washbasin.
Wooden stairs rise from the hall to the big first-floor landing, furnished with a desk and stool for those who need to do a spot of work. The master bedroom with en suite bathroom sits to the left and the double and twin to the right with en-suite shower room.
Wonderfully quirky; the door opens into the bathroom with beautiful roll top bath set to one side and separate ensuite shower room with corner shower, wash basin and WC with antique high-level cistern reclaimed from the main house.
Double doors open from the bedroom onto a Juliette balcony giving far-reaching views of the countryside. The king size bed (zip/link giving the option of double or twin with 2 x 2'6" beds) is positioned so you can watch the telly on the chest of drawers and there are bedside tables (carved from an ancient tree on the estate) and a rocking chair.
Comprising two bedrooms, one with king-size bed and the other with twin beds (classed as +2 in the listing due to a slatted partition wall between the two) and door to the individual en-suite shower room with wash basin, corner shower cubicle and traditional wooden high-level cistern.
A long drive leads to the Reydon Grove Estate where there are two allocated spaces for you to park off road. There is also a electric car charging point available. The grounds are extensive and include a hard tennis court, shared with the guests at Reydon Grove House and Fig Tree Cottage, which you're welcome to use.
- Tennis court, play area, large field to run around, bell tent to play in during summer months (these are also available for guests in Fig Tree Cottage and the Reydon Grove House so please liaise with them to ensure all guests benefit from these great facilities and respect each other's privacy and enjoyment)
- Wine and snacks on arrival plus a larder stocked with essential items such as semi skimmed milk, tea and coffee (Nespresso)
- 100% cotton bed linen with toppers on all beds, feather, microfibre or silk pillows
- Fluffy white towels
- Espresso Machine with an initial supply of pods
- Books, toys and games
- There is a electic car charging point available
- TVs with FreeSat, Wifi and Sonos speaker.
The kitchen is well equipped with
- Rangemaster stove with double oven, grill, warming drawer and five ring induction hob with extractor
- American style fridge freezer with ice dispenser
- Washing machine
- Free standing microwave
- Nespresso machine with milk frother
- Ninja blender
A travel cot and high chair are available from the property owners on request at the time of booking.
Sorry, no smoking, pets or unaccompanied teenagers are permitted at The Grain Store.
Please note that the door between the twin and king size bedrooms in the guest's suite has open slats so is not totally private but ideal for a family with two children.
Once you have filled out the online booking form, you will be given the option to pay by credit or debit card, or by BACs transfer. A 25% deposit is requested at the time of your booking to secure your booking. The balance and a returnable good housekeeping deposit are due six weeks before your holiday commences. Please click here to see our full terms and conditions of booking http://www.bestofsuffolk.co.uk/terms-and-conditions
Please note, if you take advantage of the 20% low occupancy discount (specific times of the year) then it would be the family suite that is made up for the booking.
All bookings are subject to our terms and conditions which you can read by clicking here