Enjoy a stay in this thatched and timbered 13th-century cottage
When the Landmark Trust bought this ancient property in 1969 it was little more than a ruin. The living quarters were converted in the 1970s and have now also become a part of the building’s history and can only be reached through the hall, which you must cross and re-cross if you stay here. The house now stands surrounded by fields with unchanging Suffolk countryside in all directions. After crossing the ford, leave your car 400 yards from the house; a wheelbarrow is provided for the rest of the journey!