Old Newton, Suffolk
16th Century listed cottage in Suffolk with private three acre wildflower meadow.
Little Cote is listed with us by the managing agent Mark Scott.
You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Mark Scott.
Surrounded by the lush Suffolk foliage, Little Cote is a Grade II listed detached cottage abounding in charm and character. Recently renovated with care and attention to detail, Little Cote can accommodate up to five guests between a single, twin and double bedroom.
Finished in whitewashed plaster and with a pitched roof, Little Cote resembles the quintessential farmhouse cottage in the home counties. As you step inside, you’ll find yourself in the main living space, an expansive and comfortable living room with hardwood floors, exposed wooden beams, and brick and plaster finishes. This room is the perfect space to congregate with friends and family, orientated towards the inglenook fireplace and replete with comfy sofas and armchairs. Oriental rugs and antique furniture complete the aesthetic of classically rustic comfort and luxury.
Next door, you’ll find a seriously well appointed kitchen, recently fitted and contemporary in its design, with a pleasing, functional aesthetic, clean lines, and light from the central window. Also on this floor is a shower room and lavatory, utility room with washing machine, and spacious study with a single bed and excellent views.
Upstairs, the master bedroom has a subtle, understated aesthetic, finished in whitewashed plaster and wooden beams. There is also a bedroom with two single beds, ideal for children, and a full bathroom, with roll-top clawfoot Victorian style bathtub, and wooden floors. There's also a ground floor bedroom and shower. Everything in this 16th Century house has been chosen, designed, and crafted without compromise, creating a space which is truly pleasing to guests in its layout, furnishings and design.
Outside, sits the barbecue and the various seating options for those wishing to take themselves off with a cup of coffee and the newspapers. There's also a three acre wildflower meadow which has been painstakingly created in the grounds. Fragrant in every season, this extraordinary space is a haven for rare local birds and butterflies which flock here, creating a magical spectacle for guests.
The owners are landscape gardeners and pay special attention to maintaining a lovely secure main garden and look after the wildflower meadow with mown pathways and places to sit or picnic with the best views over the meadow or the rolling Suffolk countryside.
Little Cote is in the heart of the countryside, with walking routes and cycle paths running from the front door. The village of Old Newton is just a few miles away, and the ancient town of Stowmarket can be reached in ten minutes by car. For pubs with excellent food, head to The Shepherd and Dog, or visit The Crown, which is under five miles away. The Old Counting House Indian restaurant is just 2.25 miles away, and is located in a stunning 14th Century timber framed house. This area of Suffolk benefits from multiple small pubs, so explorers on long walks and bicycle rides are sure to be rewarded with the hidden gems and quaint country pubs which make the region such a delight to visit. The famous market town of Bury St Edmunds is also just a 20 minute drive away and the unspoilt Suffolk coastline is under and hour from your door.
Short midweek and weekend breaks are available all year except Christmas - prices range from £345 for 3 nights over a weekend in November/January - £463 for 2 nights over a weekend in August.
The price include evrything plus bikes and a generous Breakfast Basket - pets are an 'Extra' charged at £25 pw or £15 for less than a week.
Out of High Season there is a reduced rate for just 2 guests booking Little Cote who use just one bedroom. 3 night weekend in Jnuary is £272 rising to £312 for 2 night by mid May
Children in Travel Cots (2) are free
Be The First To Leave A Review
Have you stayed here?Leave a review
You may also like
Delightful cottage nestled in 200 acres of historic parkland with cosy welcoming interior, enclosed garden, BBQ and chiminea in Bury St Edmunds.
You may also like
You must confirm your email address before you can make a booking enquiry