Blaize Barn

Lavenham, Suffolk, Country village

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

Outside there is an attractive private gardens with garden furniture and private parking

Downstairs Description

There is a sitting room with original oak beams & vaulted ceilings and a log burning fire and SKY TV, Sony CD/DVD player with luxury cinema sound.

The Kitchen with oak finish and granite work sufaces, is fully equipped with a NEFF double oven cooker, microwave, dishwasher and Hotpoint washer/dryer.

There is a luxury double bedrooms, king sized bed and a bath room with power shower, luxury double bath and bath robes.

The furnishings and fittings in Blaize Barn are to a luxury standard. As a result we have a no smoking policy and charge a security deposit.

First Floor Description

Steep staircase to a luxury double bedrooms with a king sized bed.

Windows Views Description

The 2 front windows look out onto your own private front garden, dominated by rose and catmint in season and to a village view beyond that. The rear windows looks out to your own enclosed garden and to mature trees beyond that .

Other Notes

The loft bedroom is accessed by a steep staircase and may not suit less mobile guests.

Group Getaways: Blaize Barn is just a few yards from Wool Cottage, giving the option of a holiday for 6.
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Romantic Hideaway: Set in the stunning mediaeval village of Lavenham Grade 2 listed building with an original vaulted oak beam ceiling Beautiful private gardens, front and rear
Tourist Attractions:
  • Lavenham Guildhall: Is one of Lavenham’s finest timber-framed buildings, built around 1530, it now showcases Lavenham’s changing fortunes Visit website
  • Lavenham Little Hall: Built in the 14th century for the Causton family of clothiers, the Little Hall has been restored and now houses an interesting collection of artifacts. Visit website
  • Kentwell Hall: is a romantic, completely moated, mellow redbrick Tudor mansion in a tranquil parkland setting - but so much more. For many, House and setting are the most beautiful of any anywhere. Visit website
  • Melford Hall: Is listed as one of The Guardian’s “Great British Walks”, the picturesque turrets of Melford Hall have dominated Long Melford’s village green for almost five centuries. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Great House : In Levenham ’2010 Britain’s top 100 Restaurants’ Sunday Times and Harden’s Guide offering seriously good cuisine, but far from solemn” one of the highlights of East Anglia for the last 25 years. Visit website
  • The Swan At Lavenham: Is an ward-winning chefs and a cosy restaurant environment. If you appreciate fresh, seasonal, locally- sourced food - all enjoyed within exquisite surroundings - you really are spoilt for choice at The Swan Hotel Visit website
  • The Greyhound: Who offer good value home-made meals available for lunch and dinner in the pub’s restaurant. Renowned for generous portions of good home-cooked food at fair prices, from meat and fish dishes such as Haddock and Chips, Sirloin steak, lasagne and Suffolk Sausage and mash, to salads and vegetarian options. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Local Food Store: In Lavenham Visit website
  • Waitrose: At Sudbury, so why not pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival at the Cottage. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • The Suffolk Coastal Cycle Route: Is based on a circular signed route on quiet roads, linking coastal villages between Felixstowe to Dunwich and then looping inland via the market towns of Framlingham and Woodbridge. Visit website
  • Go Ape Treetop Experience: A unique 3 hour adventure in the trees taking on zip wires, Tarzan swings, rope ladders and a variety of high-wire crossings, all set in one of the UK’s most beautiful forests Visit website
  • Newton Green Golf Club: The club’s carefully prepared 18-hole course offers a unique experience of heath and parkland golf. A recent award-winning members’ club founded more than a century ago, with the original nine holes set out on the gorse-lined Newton village green, it now has a well-established second nine added in 1991. Visit website