Dating back to the 15th Century, Fasbourn Hall is now a friendly, family- run Bed and Breakfast with spectacular views of the extensive grounds surrounding the property. Luxuriously furnished with excellent facilities and transport links, ideal for a romantic getaway to the countryside.
There are 3 double rooms available at Fasbourn Hall:
All of these bedrooms have an en- suite bathroom, and great facilities such as bathrobes, Freesat enabled flatscreen TV, ipod docking station, iron and ironing board, fridge, full- length mirror, hair dryer, radio, electric shaver point, complimentary toiletries, alarm clock, work desk and Egyptian cotton linen.
All the prices include a full English or Continental breakfast.
Strictly no smoking. Free WiFi. There is also a fridge in the hallway stocked with fresh milk, juices and chocolate, and Nespresso coffee maker for guests' use.
Fasbourn Hall is in a great location near to the A14 and the Stowmarket railway station, ideal for fun day trips to the historic villages of Lavenham, Bury St Edmunds and the Suffolk coast.
Closer to home, just 10 minutes away from the front door of Fasbourn, guests can join beautiful country walks and cycle routes, as well as traditional English villages, offering pubs, horseriding, fishing lakes, golf, hot air ballooning, gliding and museums.
DIRECTIONS FROM A14 EASTBOUND (FROM LONDON VIA M11, THE MIDLANDS AND THE NORTH)
Take A14 Junction 47A (Wetherden/Haughley Park/Haughley New Street). Take the first right signposted 'Buxhall.' Continue for 1 mile to a T-junction and turn left signposted Buxhall and Stowmarket. Stay on this road for 1.7 miles until you reach a right turn signposted Buxhall and Gt Finborough (also signed for the Buxhall Crown and Coach House Restaurant). Take this turning, continuing for 1 mile passing through a 30mph limit in Buxhall village, before taking the second right signposted Brettenham and Rattlesden Airfield. Almost immediately, turn left opposite Buxhall Church onto Valley Lane (no through road leading to Worlds End Lane). Continue slowly down Valley Lane for just under 1 mile, until you reach a long white metal fence, after which you'll find the driveway signed for Fasbourn Hall.