Entire place with separate entrance consisting of living room and upstairs bedroom with en-suite. Rooms overlook the Waveney (fishing possible from the garden) and you have your own picnic bench. Downstairs room is a lounge, kitchen diner. Tea/coffee and a DIY breakfast provided (eggs,bread, cereal, milk etc) for the first morning.
The accommodation is part of a riverside property on an ancient mill site in rural Suffolk and consist of two private rooms with separate access.
Guests have their own access to the two rooms. The living room has a full kitchen and dining area. Tea and coffee is provided and all the ingredients for a DIY breakfast for the first morning e.g. milk, cereals, bread, juice etc. Fresh linen and towels are provided. There is a TV with Freeview. Wi-Fi is freely available. You park next to the property and the River Waveney is in the garden and has fish, otters and kingfishers.
The access is separate, we can leave a key out, or you can knock - someone is next door most of the time. Guests will always be welcome for a chat or to ask about local activities.
Homersfield is a conservation village and lies halfway between the historic market towns of Harleston and Bungay. There is a large pub in the village, the Black Swan (full menu, 4mins walk), and the Bell pub (home-cooked menu, 12mins). There is also a farm shop/cafe 7mins walk. We can also boast about our village river bridge - the oldest concrete bridge in the country...
The delightful seaside town of Southwold, the historic cathedral city of Norwich and the sandy beaches of south Lowestoft are all around a 30-minute drive.
There are occasional buses, but a car is essential.
The 4-acre wood (2 minutes) is owned by the village and leads up to the 16c church (always open). The Angles Way runs through the village and there is a 2-mile circular walk across the marsh - passing both pubs.