Three charming properties on a former dairy farm offering guests a peaceful Suffolk escape
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Lodge Farm is listed in affiliation with our friends at Suffolk Hideaways.
A contemporary conversion of a former dairy providing flexible accommodation for up to 12 guests. Offering fabulous views, set in tranquil countryside and only four miles from Ipswich, Lodge Farm is a wonderful countryside retreat.
An ideal venue for larger family groups or friends to congregate, Lodge Farm consists of three interconnected holiday cottages. This stylish conversion has been carried out to a very high standard and furnished with individuality and charm.
Consisting of: The Dairy (sleeps six); The Parlour (sleeps four); and The Buttery (sleeps two) - Lodge Farm is interconnected through sound-proof, double doors. This distinctive lay-out makes Lodge Farm hugely attractive for family gatherings. The main dining area in the Dairy has seating for all 12 guests, enabling the entire group to assemble in one place for special meals, whilst the clever layout of Lodge Farm offers three spacious living areas, ensuring everyone has the ability to find a quiet area to escape to if desired!
Guests also have access to the owner’s delightful Shepherd’s Hut situated by a picturesque lake – perfect for picnics, swimming for the brave, or just unwinding.
Freston is a charming village, located on the Shotley Peninsular, just a few miles south of Ipswich, on the River Orwell. The area is home to the Suffolk Food Hall (run by the owners), which is a nationally recognised farm shop and restaurant selling the best of Suffolk. Only a few miles away is Jimmy's Farm made famous by the BBC, which is a great attraction for all the family.
An awe-inspiring location between the River Orwell and the River Stour. Towards the tip of the peninsular there are extensive views of the Port of Felixstowe, Landguard Fort and Harwich. The landscape is predominantly ancient estate farmlands, salt marshes and mudflats – the latter offer feeding grounds for estuary birds, wild fowl and waders.
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