The Workshop is an impressive former farm outbuilding, beautifully converted to an incredibly high standard, which sits at the edge of a one acre wildflower meadow. Ideal for couples looking to get away from it all and relax in style and comfort, the attention to detail is apparent throughout.
The elegantly designed holiday home has a fair few 'wow factors'. From the curved wall in the sitting room which leads you through to the bedroom, or the incredible patio doors and decking area overlooking the wild meadow. The Workshop has something for everyone!
Open the patio doors to sit on the impressive decked area and soak up some Suffolk sunshine, or head off to the market town of Framlingham - just a few minutes' drive away. From a meal or drink at the local pub or a walk around the castle on the hill, you have so much to explore! The Suffolk Coast can also be easily reached by car in under 30 minutes. Consider The Workshop an ideal location to 'get away from it all', but know that Suffolk is right there waiting for you to explore.
Sitting / Dining / Kitchen
Sliding/folding patio doors lead from the oak deck into a large open plan living space where the focal point is a suspended spherical steel fireplace designed and made in France by Dominique Imbert.
Facing it is a generous corner sofa with views out to the meadow. Other features include a large flat screen TV and Sky Freesat, a side table designed by 20th century designer Eero Saarinen and Tolomeo Mega floor lamp.
The dining area is furnished with a table and chairs created by the Danish furniture designer Arne Jacobson in the 1950s, including four iconic ‘series 7’ chairs. The well equipped kitchen has a built-in Smeg cooker and a white stone surface with sleek grey units underneath.
A curving white wall leads to the bedroom where you'll find a king size bed with crisp white 100% cotton sheets and duvet cover, a double wardrobe and an iPod docking station. Double aspect windows give welcome views across the meadow.
In the spacious bathroom is a large double-ended bath, wc and sink along with a huge circular shower cubicle.
Outside this self-catering Suffolk country holiday accommodation is a generous oak decking provides a delightful suntrap (when the sun is out!) and the four patio doors slide back to extend the open plan living space to the outside. The meadow gives a picturesque backdrop and changes throughout the year – arrive in the late spring and it is likely to be awash with buttercups, in the autumn populated by friendly sheep and in the winter visited by moorhens and other wildlife.
All prices include bed linen and towels, heating oil and electricity plus a welcome bottle of wine and biscuits to help you get your break off to a chilled-out start. A travel cot and a high chair are available on request for non-walking babies.
This self-catering Suffolk countryside holiday accommodation is equipped with central heating, wood-burning fire, large flat screen TV, Sky Freesat, WiFi, iPod docking station, Smeg elecric hob and oven, slimline dishwasher, fridge with freezer compartment and washing machine. Private parking for two cars.
This self-catering Suffolk country holiday accommodation is within easy reach of the Suffolk Coast as well as being an ideal location from which to explore East Suffolk's villages and market towns. It is located between Peasenhall and Badingham, around four miles from Framlingham, in the four acre grounds of a 16th century Suffolk farmhouse.
Local pubs of the Badingham White Horse or Dennington Queen offer delicious meals and drinks. The Suffolk coast is only a 20 minute drive away, and the nearest village of Peasenhall has a charming village shop, delicatessen, butchers and tea room.