This traditional period Suffolk farmhouse, surrounded by fields and a natural garden with a wildlife pond, is being lovingly restored and tastefully furnished, retaining period features with wonderful wonky floors upstairs, original beams and two wood burners in original fireplaces ready to welcome guests in the spring. With three spacious reception rooms, five beautiful big bedrooms and four bath/shower rooms there’s plenty of space for family and friends to spread out, eat, play, read, run around or simply relax – whatever the weather!
White House Farm is an impressive detached period farmhouse set in rural Suffolk in the peaceful village of Rumburgh, a charming rural village with a good historic local pub, The Buck, within walking distance which serves food and won CAMRA Suffolk Pub of the Year for 2012.
Rumburgh is close to Halesworth, a Suffolk market town with several options for eating out, great cafes, take-a-ways and lovely shops; just a short drive to the market town of Beccles on the edge of the broads with more restaurants and shops to choose from. The historic town of Framlingham is also nearby, with its fortress castle, traditional market square and stylish boutiques.
You can also enjoy visits to the popular coastal towns of Walberswick, Aldeburgh, Orford and Southwold nearby which offer a great range of entertainment for all of the family with popular pubs, shops and restaurants as well as the iconic Southwold Pier, which is a mixture of traditional fun and games and quirky, interesting amusements.