four nights for the price of three
on all stays monday to Thursday
At Hare Lodge holidays we have two magical eighteenth century cottages and newly converted barn set in idyllic rural Suffolk. Rose Cottage and Apple Tree Cottage can offer you the perfect stay, with beautiful secluded gardens, surrounded by open countryside, making it perfect for walkers and cyclists.
The cottages are to be found in the tiny Hamlet of Sibton Green a short distance inland from the Suffolk heritage coastline of Aldeburgh, Southwold, Dunwich and RSPB Minsmere. The area is ideal for walking, cycling, bird watching, riding and playing golf.
Our newly converted barns, Owls Roost and Squirrels Nest can be found on the edge of Peasenhall at Hare Lodge. Offering modern conveniences with a country feel, perfect to explore the beautiful suffolk coast and countrtyside.
Our cottages are:
- Apple Tree Cottage: Our smallest cottage – perfect for two.
- Rose Cottage: A little bit bigger than Apple Tree, this cottage can accommodate up to three plus a cot.
- Owls Roost: One of two of our new additions to Hare Lodge sleeping two in a New England style barn conversion.
- Squirrel Barn: The companion conversion to Owls Roost, Squirrel Barn comfortably sleeps two.
Both cottages and barns are fully equipped with central heating, wood burning stove and logs as well as linen, towels and wifi. There is ample off road parking in a private car park.
Neighbouring villages boast some delightful pubs. Framlingham is one with its well preserved and picturesque castle. Steeped in natural beauty the Heritage coastal towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold are just 20 minutes drive away.
Southwold, one of the most popular resorts on the east coast. To visit Southwold is reminiscent of the 19th Century. For beer lovers the town is a must. It is home to the famous Adnams Brewery. In addition it is also famous for its beach huts along the promenade of the award winning blue flag beach, amber museum, famous pier and the lighthouse.
Aldeburgh, a favourite seaside escape, is a pretty Victorian resort. A wide variety of wildlife is at home on its estuary, marshes and shingle beach. Sailing, yacht clubs and golf courses are just a few minutes drive from the town. The town itself serves arguably the best fish and chips on the east coast. Snape Maltings concert hall hosts the annual Aldeburgh Music Festival in June and the Proms in August.
RSPB Minsmere features on BBC Two's Springwatch. The reserve offers an abundance of wildlife.