Flindor Cottage offers B&B accommodation in two luxury suites in the heart of Suffolk. The Cottage is a Grade 2 listed 17th-century timber-framed hall house. Situated just off the A1120 tourist route in rural central Suffolk, Framsden is a quintessentially English village with its own windmill. The village is close to the picturesque towns of Woodbridge, Framlingham and Debenham and within easy reach of the magnificent Suffolk Heritage Coast and the towns of Southwold and Aldeburgh.
What makes a stay at Flindor Cottage B&B unique?
Flindor Cottage has a reputation for attention to detail, from personalised breakfast menus to homemade biscuits in your room. Everything is aimed at making you feel totally relaxed, and if you want a quiet day, there is no need to leave the Cottage at all. Enjoy the peace of the large sitting room or the privacy of the garden, weather permitting.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Flindor Cottage B&B?
Flindor Cottage has the Barn Suite and the Cottage Suite, both double rooms with roll-top baths in their luxurios bathrooms.
There is a wealth of beams adding to the charm of the rooms, which are generously filled with antique furniture. In addition to the usual facilities such as television, fresh flowers, and tea and coffee there is also a selection of stronger beverages.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Framsden area?
Suffolk has a wealth of attractions, all accessible from Framsden. There are castles at Framlingham and Orford, a working pin mill at Saxstead Green, Sutton Hoo archaeology site, Snape Maltings concert hall, several museums and in the neighboring village, Helmingham Hall with its busy schedule and famous gardens.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
A delicious breakfast is served in the dining room, with a roaring open fire in the colder months. Using locally sourced produce wherever possible, there is a large selection on offer, including a different cooked 'special' each day. Evening meals are also offered, the main attraction being fresh fish caught on the owner's boat, complemented by wine from the cellar. If guests want to eat out there are several good pubs and restaurants in the nearby villages and towns.