A beautifully renovated barn, overlooking striking grounds and farmland located not too far from the Suffolk coast and the popular seaside towns of Southwold and Aldburgh
Snow Hall Barn is set adjacent to the owner’s stunning 15th century farmhouse, accessed via a 300m long private drive from the road, with unhindered views of the surrounding countryside.
The Barn offers spacious accommodation for four guests – with two double bedrooms and one bathroom on the ground floor and a large, comfortable, open-plan room above.
The Open- plan kitchen, sitting and dining area is complete with wood burning stove and television with sky.
The kitchen area has a lovely rustic feel and has a gas hob & electric oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine
French doors opening from the first floor living area onto a decked balcony with stunning countryside views and has garden furniture and barbecue. Patio with table and chairs for two.
Snow Hall Barn is in a quiet, rural location where you can enjoy the tranquil surroundings along with views across the gently rolling countryside.
A perfect base from which to explore this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with a footpath behind the barn leading directly onto the Sibton Estate.
Lovely stay at Snow Hall Barn. Just returned from a lovely 3 nights stay at Snow Hall Barn. Great location, very clean, super comfy beds, great heating system and very well equipped.
Reviewed by The Berkeley Family
We had a lovely few days in Peasenhall. The Barn was very comfortable. We loved sitting on the balcony and our dog was transfixed by the rabbits and birds. The Barn is in a great location for exploring Suffolk. The pub is a ten minute walk and highly recommended.
Reviewed by A Lovell
The Barn is within walking distance of the local, award winning pub, The Sibton White Horse.
Peasenhall has a number of small shops including a highly renowned butcher and delicatessen along with a café and teashop. If you choose to head over to the coast it is worth visiting Darsham Nurseries on the way for both the yummy food and the plants and horticultural advice.
There are a number of interesting places to visit along the coast. Southwold to the north, is a busy market town, home of Adnams Brewery and the pier.
To the south, Aldeburgh is closely associated with the music of Benjamin Britten and the concert hall at Snape Maltings although there are a number of other events and activities on offer.
In between Aldeburgh and Southwold are a number of other interesting places to visit including Walberswick, Dunwich and RSPB Minsmere.
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