Lavenham - a beautiful place to visit, Pound cottage - a beautiful place to stay.
The 17th century weavers cottage painted in traditional Suffolk pink is set in the heart of East Anglian medieval village of Lavenham.
A 5 star self-catering weekend retreat or a holiday cottage to spend weeks exploring the Suffolk countryside.
Many of the guests that stay in Pound cottage return time and time again, it feels like their own cottage in the country.
It is filled with the highest quality furnishings to make your stay special, enabling you to settle, relax and enjoy an indulgent 5 star stay in the wonder which is Lavenham.
The sitting room is cosy with a wood burning stove and the kitchen is well equipped with everything that you will need for your stay; there is also a welcome basket for you on your arrival.
Pound cottage is large enough for 4 people to share with two large bedrooms, the main bedroom has a king size bed and the second bedroom a twin, which can be made into king size.
There is a bath with a shower over so you can have the best of both, also so there is a downstairs cloakroom.
The garden is secluded and sunny.
Suffolk is one of the best kept secrets so why not explore it on a bike, there are many cycle routes passing through the market place of Lavenham you can bring your own or we can supply them.
Here at weavers cottages we are dedicated to providing 5 star self-catering holiday accommodation within this unique village, an historic setting with every need catered for - you will want to return time and time again.
2 large bedrooms.
Spacious but cosy.
To book this Holiday Cottage, or find out more, please contact them directly by
Disabled Facilities: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. all towels and bed linen provided
Pets Allowed: No.
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Gas
Open Fire: Yes. Fuel type: Wood
Smoking Allowed: No.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. There is a large patio and garden
Local Services: Resturants include a the Great House which has a Michelin star, the Angel which is run by Marco Pierre White and the Swan plus any other places to eat and drink. there are many shops to visit all within walking distance.
From Bury St Edmunds and A14 follow the A1141 into the village.
From Colchester and the A12 follow signs for Sudbury until you see brown tourist information signs and Newton Green then follw these.