Ideal for Constable country and city breaks. Home in converted granary offers ground floor, cosy room as twin or double. Superb spot for walks, bird watching, quality cuisine and town facilities. Parking and court yard garden. Sorry no pets or smoking.
Ground floor room can be either a super king size or twin. En suite bathroom with towels and shampoo provided. Kettle with tea and coffee provided in room. Fridge for your shared use in the ground floor kitchen where breakfast is also served Cooked breakfast on request for £5 per person.
Normally arrival time is after 2pm and departure by 11am but this can be flexible by agreement. I have a key code access if I happen to be out. You are welcome to share my South-facing courtyard garden as well as use the private parking space.
Interaction with guests
I can provide complete privacy or as much chat as you want. It's your choice to suit your mood. This area is full of treasures-- historic Harwich is ten miles away and accessible by train as well as car, Flatford Mill and National Trust Constable scenes are a three mile walk along the river or a ten minute drive away, and in Wrabness there is now the Grayson Perry designed house as well as the beach huts. Suffolk delights are on the other side of the River Stour which runs through Manningtree, England's smallest twon.
Other things to note
At the heart of fruit and vegetable producing area so there are great seasonal opportunities to buy fresh food.
Sorry but no pets or smoking allowed. If you wish to smoke then you can do so in the garden space.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 24 hours of your trip and the first night is non-refundable.
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Enthusiastic and energetic, after a career in education and the arts, which involved living in Hong Kong and India. Now mainly enjoying the cultural delights of London and walking around Manningtree and Suffolk. Can't live without regular visits to places like the Tate, Sadlers Wells, Barbican and Royal Academy in London, one hour away by train. Believe in relishing every chapter before moving on to the next.