Set in a rural idyll, a Grade II listed, Georgian fronted, village house
King size beds. . .
. . . modern bathrooms with traditional charm.
There is a good village pub (used as film location for the comedy series "Detectorists") - The Crown Inn, Great Glemham http://thecrowninnglemham.co.uk
offering home cooked food and fine wine & ales just round the corner. Opening times vary.
16th Century luxury accommodation, only 1 1/2 miles from the A12
Delicious breakfasts using local, artisan produce
Crown House dates back to the late 16th Century and offers a unique bed & breakfast experience.
King size, mahogany, sleigh beds with low footboard and pocket sprung mattresses; fine down duvets and pillows, crisp white linen and en suite bathrooms.
Just 15 minutes from Aldeburgh, 10 minutes drive to Snape Maltings and 1 1/2 miles from the A12, it is an excellent base from which to explore the Heritage Coast of Suffolk.
The breakfasts feature produce from the famous Pump Street Bakery in Orford
http://www.pumpstreetbakery.com and award winning, craft butchers Salter & King, Aldeburgh
Also local free range eggs and homemade marmalade, jam & quince and apple jelly