Weavers Cottage is a delightful 15th Century Cottage located in the centre of Lavenham. The property is full of lots of character, with beautiful exposed beams and original staircase. The property accommodates four guests across two bedrooms, one with a King size bed, and the other with bespoke bunk beds. The property benefits from a gorgeous split level garden, with terrace area to sit and enjoy dining alfresco.
On the ground floor you have a living/kitchen/dining space, separated by beautiful exposed beams. The ground floor benefits from an original open fire, perfect for those cosy winter evenings. Off the kitchen is the bright and airy family bathroom. Up the original staircase (please note these are very steep and narrow) you have the landing bunk room with the king bedroom through this room. There is a gate at the top of the stairs that can be closed for safety.
The property is located just a short walk away from the very heart of the town square, and benefits from free on road parking. The perfect position to enjoy the great architecture, restaurants and pubs that Lavenham has to offer, but also the beautiful surrounding countryside. Ground Floor
Entering into the property over a large step into the property. Living Room
A delightful room full of character, with original exposed beams and open fire. This room has a two seater sofa and an arm chair, with an additional chair. There is a small TV located on the wall within a wooden cupboard. The ideal room to sit down and relax with a good book.
There is a cupboard within the Living Room which houses the washing machine and iron/ironing board. Kitchen/Dining Space
A space to sit and enjoy the stunning garden views. This country style kitchen with wooden worktops and butler sink has everything you need for a self catering holiday. This room features an electric oven with electric four ring hob, under counter fridge, kettle and toaster. There is an dining table which can accommodate 2-4. The door opens out onto the garden, perfect for dining alfresco. Bathroom
This beautiful bright and spacious bathroom has a bath with rainfall shower, heated towel rail WC and wash basin. First Floor
The original cottage stairs lead up to the first floor. Please note the stairs are very steep and narrow, there is also a door at the bottom and gate at the top to close them off. Landing Bunk Room
This room has been cleverly designed to create a fun and exciting space, ideal for children with bunk beds build in the alcove. There is spot lights built into each bunk, there are also two large floor cushion for you to sit and relax on. Through this room you have the king bedroom. King Bedroom
With stunning views out across the Garden and countryside. This room has beautiful exposed beams above the king size bed which has bedside tables and lamps, there is then a dressing table below the window with a chair for you to sit and enjoy. There is a double wardrobe for you to store your belongings in. Outside
A key feature to this property is the garden. As you walk out of the kitchen there is a terrace space with large wooden table, parasol and gas BBQ. The garden is well established and has many layers to it and a pebbled path leads you down to each section. There are beautiful archways and roses to enjoy, along with an wooden bench to enjoy to beautiful scenery.
Parking is available along the road, on a first come basis.
All prices include 100% cotton bed linen, towels, heating and electricity.
Please note there is not a welcome pack left.
This stunning self catering holiday cottage is equipped with a small TV, electric oven with four ring hob, under counter fridge, kettle, toaster and washing machine.
This self catering Suffolk country holiday cottage is situated in the heart of the mediaeval wool town of Lavenham. In mediaeval times it was one of the wealthiest settlements in England and remarkably a great many historic timber-framed grand houses and cottages remain beautifully intact. The town has an excellent variety of shops and restaurants including The Great House and The Angel – both award-winning restaurants. Newmarket Races is a 50 minute drive, where you can enjoy race track days and music concerts!
Long Melford is around 4 miles away and is popular for its historic high street and magnificent wool church, antique shops, good restaurants, takeaways, art galleries and fashion boutiques. The historic city of Cambridge is around a 30-40 minute drive away.
Our five top tips for exploring and enjoying the area:
1. Visit Long Melford and have lunch in one of the excellent pubs and restaurants.
2. Spend a day at the historic moated Tudor Kentwell Hall. Through the summer there are re-creations of everyday life in Tudor times, where Kentwell is inhabited by up to 250 men, women and children who live, act, talk and dress as if still living in Tudor times.
3. Take a trip to the beautiful villages of Clare, and Cavendish and enjoy lunch in The George pub on The Green at Cavendish.
4. Visit the magnificent Elizabethan house Melford Hall, owned by the National Trust. The children’s writer Beatrix Potter visited here on several occasions and painted some of her paintings here, a collection of which can still be seen here. The annual fireworks display in the grounds is a very popular event.
5. Enjoy a stroll around the historic mediaeval wool town of Lavenham and enjoy afternoon tea at The Swan Hotel.