This is a big, friendly cottage (which used to be the village pub) and it lends itself to family or friend get-togethers perfectly. There’s plenty of space both indoors and out, and walks or cycles are outstanding in this conservation area, surrounded by woodland and fields. You’ll find plenty of footpaths around Great Glemham and a hand-drawn map of walks around the village.
Buy sourdough bread from Pump Street Bakery, award-winning sausages, bacon and black pudding from the butchers in Aldeburgh, and eat supper or have a barbecue in the pretty garden in summer. The sitting room has an open fire, and beautiful fabrics and wallpaper designed by Sasha’s mum, Anna French.
You’re just a 15-minute drive from the sea, so pack up picnics and all the beachy stuff you need for a good old English day at the seaside – treat yourself to a pint in the village pub when you get home.