Set within a 4500-acre estate in the breath-taking Suffolk countryside, Pink Cottage might be the oldest property that sits within this vast and beautiful parkland, but it certainly holds its own in the style stakes.
Artfully restored to make the most of original beamed walls and ceilings, stone floors and inglenook fireplaces, its restoration perfectly marries an abundance of character with contemporary charm; here you will find the ultimate country escape.
With original wood beams beneath a Norfolk Reed thatched roof this large and airy property features traditional Suffolk pargetting details inside and out. The oak-frame of the house has been rubbed back and polished with beeswax and Suffolk brick floors re-laid for under-floor heating. The original 17th-century leaded lights and later Georgian windows have been reinstated affording wonderful views across the park to the lake and wider estate.
Pink Cottage sleeps up to twelve across six sumptuous bedroom suits; two king size bedrooms with en-suites sit on the ground floor whilst the other four king-sized en-suites sit upstairs. The bathrooms are an enticing mix of freestanding roll-top baths and power showers.
In the heart of the property lies a spacious kitchen and dining area that has been created with family and group dining in mind. A large island sits in the centre of the kitchen which also features a professional range cooker for those with a passion for cuisine.
The living room is cosy and inviting, with enormous deep sofas and attractive soft furnishings, a fireplace stocked with wood and a smart TV; it’s an appealing retreat that can adequately host a party of twelve.
Pink Cottage is the ideal venue for fine parties, special family celebrations and corporate shindigs. Close to quaint Suffolk villages and the pretty seaside towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold, you’re sure to have a memorable stay.