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Haughley House

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Haughley House is a late medieval manor house which retains the 'country house' style of a more leisurely age. Caroline and Jeffrey Bowden offer superb award winning accommodation where you can enjoy a period atmosphere and delicious food in an historical setting in the heart of Suffolk.

The three guest bedrooms are in the oldest part of the house and comprise two double and one twin all en-suite, with TV and tea making facilities if desired. We have a stair lift if required. We are a non smoking household. Pre-dinner drinks can be taken in either the oak panelled drawing room or the attractive sitting room. Dinner is served in the elegant dining room. Afternoon tea can be taken in the garden or on cooler days in the Victorian greenhouse in the kitchen garden where you can view the vegetables that you will eat at dinner!

The food is a highlight of staying at Haughley; Caroline and Jeffrey are accomplished cooks who believe that using the finest ingredients is the key to culinary excellence. Organic vegetables grown in their walled kitchen garden, fruit from the orchard, eggs from their hens. They are able to offer beef from their own traditionally reared cattle and game is from their own land; other meats are sourced locally from reliable producers.

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 5 Stars Gold and Breakfast Awards
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Person

Double: 120 -- 160
Twin: 120 -- 160
Single: Supplement by arrangement
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No Smoking Rooms - Throughout house
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Building of Historic Interest
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