Secluded and Unique Accommodation in the Wilderness in Suffolk, EnglandSuffolk, England (United Kingdom)
Secluded and Unique Accommodation in the Wilderness in Suffolk, England
This unique accommodation rental is located on a sprawling farm near Bures in Suffolk, England and can accommodate up to four guests. The caboose is a converted Eastern Region Victorian railway carriage dating from around 1885. There are two bedrooms and one bathroom. The first bedroom features a double bed and the second bedroom has two single bunk beds. In the bathroom, guests will find a toilet, a sink, and an ornate combination shower and bath tub. Linens and towels are provided.
In the living area, guests will find a TV and a log/multi-fuel burner. The kitchen comes with an oven and hob, a fridge, a microwave, and a kettle. Other amenities include a DAB radio, a selection of books and games, electric heating, and fuel for the fire.
Outside, there is a covered veranda with garden furniture and stunning views of the countryside.
There is ample car parking available on the property and the accommodation has a heating system. The host has a wildlife trail camera and a bat detector for guests to borrow while staying. Ordnance Survey Explorer maps are available to borrow from the farm, together with a small library of reference books on flora and fauna.
- Cooking basics
- Private Lounge/Living room
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Suffolk, England (United Kingdom)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wildlife watching
On the grounds of the property, guests can see up to 57 species of bird, deer, badgers, and numerous wildflowers. The host's neighbor keeps a small flock of rare breed sheep, and guests can see them grazing on the farm. If guests wish to bring their own horse, the host has a grazing area and can arrange a day of riding on a 20-mile green route. The best way to explore the Dedham Vale is on foot. There are many circular or linear walks taking glampers off the beaten track and into some classic English landscape. In Alphamstone, there are farmer's markets to visit and three local farm shops offering a wide variety of local and organic produce. Nearby Lavenham is an ancient wool town full of timber-framed houses. Broakes and Chalkney woods are both open all the year and are two hours walk away. The Imperial War Museum at Duxford is 50 minutes away by car.