The Presbytery In Higham

Higham, Colchester, Suffolk, Country village

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

Outside Description

There is a patio area at the back of the house with garden furniture and a barbecue.

Parking available for four cars.

Large wooden playframe available for use by children. This is used entirely at your own risk and the owner accepts no liability for any accidents.

Downstairs Description

Ground Floor:

Entrance hall with access to the kitchen and dining room.

Breakfast kitchen

Table and chairs for six, a large electric cooker, dishwasher and microwave.

DIning room

With dining table and seating for nine guests.

Sitting room

Large room with an open fire and comfy seating for all nine guests. Television with internet connection available.

Study

Desk looking out onto garden area, comfy seating for six and a wood burning stove.

Cloakroom

WC and wash basin along with a washing machine and dryer.

First Floor Description

Bedroom one With a king-size bed and small dressing room.

Bedroom two With a king-size bed.

Bedroom three Another king-size bed and television.

En-suite bathroom With a bath, WC and wash basin.

Second Floor Description

Second Floor:

Please note that the stairs are narrow and winding to reach the second floor

Bedroom four With a zip-and-link double bed.

Shower room With a shower, WC and wash basin.

Bedroom five This bedroom has a single bed.

Dogs Welcome: Two well behaved dogs welcome (small additional charge).
Child Friendly
Group Getaways
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Tourist Attractions:
  • Flatford Mill : Will allow you to explore the area that featured in some of Constable masterpieces or head to Munnings former home to see the large permanent collection of his work, his studio and where he lived. Visit website
  • Melford Hall: sitting on the outskirts of Long Melford has over 500 years of history on display including a connection with Beatrix Potter. Visit website
  • Ickworth House,: An italianate palace is on the outskirts of Bury St Edmunds. The house is set in beautiful gardens and parkland and has a fine collection of treasures and artwork to view. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Swan Inn In Stratford St Mary: On offer are seasonal local ingredients from the best artisanal suppliers with which passionate chefs work together to craft signature ‘slow food', produced with passion and flair Visit website
  • Crown Inn At Stoke By Nayland: This focus on providing an exceptional experience to all our guests continues in the restaurant where we offer quality food and, attentive, yet relaxed service. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Assington Farm Shop: The Farm Shop is a real gem and offers a wide range of local produce - delicacies -home made breads - jams - pickles - pick your own hampers and freshly made scones. Visit website
  • Tesco: In Colchester and you could always pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Alton Water Park: Offers an 8 mile walking route and a 10 mile cross country cycle track - fishing is also available with day and season permits available from the Visitor Centre. Visit website
  • Anglia Indoor Kart Racing: Has earned a reputation for providing the finest high-speed entertainment in the area. With indoor racing karts and exhilarating multi-level circuit, that brings the thrills of motorsport to all adrenaline-seekers. Visit website
  • Newton Hall Equitation Centre: Offering riding lessons: all are taught by qualified instructors on well mannered horses and ponies in a safe and supportive environment. The centre always has between 50 and 60 horses and ponies available, which enables great flexibility, and allows large groups to be catered for. Visit website
  • Stoke By Nayland Golf Club: Is set in 300 acres of AONB countryside and boasts TWO 18 hole courses, one of which is a Championship course. Visit website