Grade II Listed Tudor farmhouse with beautiful original features
At Thurstons Farm we have a selection of bed and breakfast rooms, varying in size and style but we always aim to make your stay as comfortable as possible.
All rooms have a hairdryer, Wifi and flat screen televisions with inbuilt DVD players, you can also choose from a selection of DVD’s and books in our guest library. All breakfasts are served in the farmhouse breakfast room – separate from the Stable conversion, just a short walk down the drive.
There are beautiful views of the garden and being set within the main building a chance to experience the real period feel of the property with its low beams, log fires and beautiful original features.
Plus the breakfast is pretty tasty even if we do say so ourselves, all locally sourced produce and some even grown, picked and made by us. There is additional room for storage in the Courtyard and there is plenty of parking at the farm.
Thurstons Barn is available for hire for your special event whether its a small conference or a your dream wedding the beautiful setting of the barns and farm provide the perfect venue.
We have seating, tables and masses of space to provide the “canvas” for you to create your own event – a fairytale wedding, a special anniversary, a themed picnic, a conference with a difference. Almost anything is possible in the beautiful converted Barn and grounds.
You can explore the gardens and woods as a space to relax and unwind or you can have a celebration in the barn and courtyard with the beautiful settings, flower arches Thurstons Farm is a setting for a wonderful event. The Barn seats 60 comfortably, with the courtyard areas providing further seating outdoors, and the meadows available for marquees should you need any additional space.
It is a light, airy space with lots of character. Your guests can also enjoy a stroll in the woods or a promenade around the pond. There is a galley kitchen adjoining the barn.
Accessible entrance foyer & cloakrooms. Good access for deliveries; plenty of parking. We have established contacts within the area so we can recommend caterers, entertainers, florists etc. Hire of the Barn will have priority over the accommodation with us here at Thurstons and should you require additional accommodation our local contact will be happy to help.
We are situated 8km from Framlingham Town Centre
Thurstons Farm is recommended by Framlingham.com
Thurstons, Rendham, Saxmundham, Suffolk, Ipswich, IP17 2AR
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