Where Do We?…

Having finished the organic growth and set up of my seven holiday cottages here in sunny Suffolk I wanted to produce an online Tourist Information resource for my guests to find out where to go and what to do in the county, ahead of their holiday and whilst they are staying with us here at Woodfarm House & Barns, whether it’s a short-break or a well deserved holiday

Deben Barn

Map of SuffolkWe provide loads of Tourist Information in welcome folders and a dedicated Tourist Information site when you are here but most people like to browse online now. So we dreamed up the idea of somewhere for you to search for “Where do we eat & drink?”, “Where do we take the dog?”, “Where do we walk?” etc etc

The idea then blossomed into being a free service to anyone looking at ideas for visiting Suffolk, even if they’re not holidaying with us. We hope you find it useful

 

 

Please, please, please do feel free to contribute ideas if you own a Suffolk business or have enjoyed visiting somewhere or something. I would love this to develop into the site of choice for finding out “Where Do We?…” – everything Suffolk!

Stupid lookThe shrewd browser may notice that the only places under “Where do we Stay?” are mine. There are of course other holiday cottages in Suffolk but if you are looking for the ideal luxury holiday cottage, for a romantic break or a family celebration that happens to be very dog-friendly, sensibly priced, and in the heart of the rural Suffolk countryside then look no further. I’m hardly going to promote anyone elses place am I? I may be helpful but I’m not stupid!

 

 

Woodfarm House sleeps seven adults, plus toddlers and all six of the holiday cottage barns sleep two adults, plus toddlers. All have enclosed gardens with patios & BBQ’s. We accept two dogs in each holiday cottage and will discuss one or two more dogs with you if you call or email

The Granary Barn Woodfarm House Granary & Woodfarm House Granary Patio & BBQ Stour Barn Patio

Check them all out on “Where Do We Stay?”

Look forward to seeing you sometime

Carl Scott