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The Station

2.9 Miles (4.6 KM)

From £395 Per Week

Railway Carriage One

Railway Carriage One

2.9 Miles (4.6 KM)

From £289 Per Week

Railway Carriage Two

Railway Carriage Two

2.9 Miles (4.6 KM)

From £335 Per Week

Rishangles Old Church - Eye

Sleeps
10
Bedrooms
4
Pets
0

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Cottage Description

Rishangles Old Church is a 4 bedroom self catering holiday accommodation that sleeps 10 and is located in Eye, East England. This property does not allow pets. Local to Denham, Bedingfield, Bedfield, Hoxne, Brundish

  • Barbecue
  • Cot Available
  • Detached Property
  • DVD player
  • Dishwasher
  • Garden / Patio
  • Highchair
  • Open Fire
  • Shower
  • Television
  • Woodburning Stove
  • Car Parking Available
  • Bed Linen Included
  • Washing Machine
  • Heritage Collection

Imaginatively converted by a well-known Suffolk furniture maker, this Grade II listed church provides unique holiday accommodation. Superb views of the hamlet and the surrounding open countryside are to be feasted upon from the bell tower. A galleried library, together with the mullioned and stained glass windows and vaulted ceilings also add to the unusual aspects of this property. Rishangles itself is a quiet rural hamlet set in mid-Suffolk and close to the popular villages of Debenham and Eye, which are paradises for antique hunters. Densely inhabited during the Norman and Saxon times, this now tranquil rural area is scattered with relics of this bygone era. Eye itself houses the ruins of a Norman castle, the stones of which were recycled to form a folly during the 19th century, while its fine Grade II listed church is of particular historical and architectural interest. Visit also the abbey ruins at Bury St Edmunds and Thetford, and the fascinating reconstruction of an Anglo-Saxon farming settlement in West Stow. Local produce can be purchased at the bustling Friday market in nearby Diss. Walking along the Peddars and Angles Way, or along the coast (accessible in around half an hour), where the Suffolk Coast Path winds through the coastal towns of Walberswick, Dunwich and Aldeburgh, taking in many nature reserves en route. Shop 2 miles.

Hall. Spacious living room with wood-burning stove in inglenook, rugs on original stone floor, grand piano and two stone steps. Four steps from hall, or three stone steps (no handrail) from living room to large farmhouse-style kitchen/dining room with Aga, wood-burning stove in feature fireplace, mullioned windows and wooden floor. Bathroom with shower cubicle and toilet. Two steps to utility in cellar. First floor: Double bedroom with 6ft 6in feature wooden bed and stained glass windows. Further double bedroom with 6ft 6in feature bed, additional 6ft 6in feature bed (for +2) and en-suite bathroom with separate toilet. Galleried double bedroom with additional single-bed (for alternative sleeping only). Spiral glass and wooden staircase to tower: Bell tower sitting room. Well-stocked library. Twin bedroom. Bathroom with toilet. Most bedrooms with beamed ceilings. Ladder-style stairs to viewing area.

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