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    Type Pub Self Catering
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    Units 11
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    Sleeps 1 - 5
  • £77 - £500 per week

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The award winning Sweffling White Horse, a 200 year old traditional English pub serving a range of local ales and home to the Badger Cottage and Alde Garden camp-site.

This Suffolk real ale pub, voted East Anglia Pub of the Year in 2015, stocks an ever-changing range of locally brewed ales and ciders, and some wonderful locally made bottled ales & spirits. They also stock a range of organic fair trade & local wines, a selection of carefully chosen speciality spirits & soft drinks and a small selection of locally made food.

The public bar has a selection of traditional pub games including bar billiards, darts and a few other treats. Heated entirely by wood the lounge bar has a large wood-burning stove, and the public bar is home to a lovely wood-fired range cooker which also heats the radiators.

As well as the two main rooms the pub also has a small beer garden with a rustic arbour, enchantingly lit by candles and fairy lights at night. The beer garden is open from spring equinox to autumn equinox, every Sunday lunchtime and every pub night until 10pm.

The Sweffling White Horse is a traditional Suffolk pub with holiday accommodation. Adjacent to the pub is Badger Cottage a converted 200 year old stable. This self catering holiday cottage, graded 4 star, sleeps 4 in two totally separate galleried bedrooms. With its wood-fired central heating and wood burning stove the cottage is perfect all year round.

Behind the pub sits Alde Garden a tiny eco friendly camp-site featuring an eclectic range of quirky and unusual accommodation set within a wildlife garden. This award winning camp-site also has a handful of small tent pitches so you can bring your own tent but you’ll need to book in advance as they get booked up.

Accommodation is separated by trees and shrubs giving a feeling of seclusion, and the site also boasts a large camp kitchen, showers & flush loos plus a range of eco facilities such as the jungle shower and compost loo. The camp-site is open May - October.

Pub Opening Hours
Friday 7pm - 11pm
Saturday 7pm - 11pm
Sunday 12pm - 3pm & 7pm - 11pm
Monday 7pm - 11pm

An off-licence service is available to guests staying on site, both during and outside of the pub's opening hours.

For more information and to book please click the purple button which leads directly to their website.

Ratings

  • Enjoy England 4 Star Self Catering
National Rating
Visit England
4 * rating
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    Tent Pitches
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    Sleeps 10
  • From £77 per week

Under the apple trees, they have 4 small pitches available May to October which can be booked as single pitches for small tents (approx 2-man tent size) or if you have a larger tent you can book two as a double sized pitch. They also have one other small pitch not far from the apple trees, next to the pond.

Facilities include a communal space for cooking, eating and hanging out with gas stoves, cooking equipment and a table and chairs. An off licence, fire area, toilets and showers, bikes, garden, herbs, pizza oven and you're welcome to join us in the pub in the evenings.

Prices are shown for one weeks stay, for smaller or longer stay prices check the website or call 01728 664178.

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    Hideout
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    Sleeps 2
  • £180 - £180 per week

Not quite a treehouse holiday but pretty damn close! In the absence of any suitable trees, they decided instead to be inspired by a stay in a cute little wooden structure many years ago in New Zealand.

Called ‘The Hideout’ this cosy little retreat is tucked away in a small clearing amongst the trees and shrubs almost totally hidden from sight by the rest of the garden. Perfect for two this little structure has a double mattress (you’ll need to supply your own bedding for this one), two bedside tables and has a carpeted floor. Two glass panels in the roof allow a wonderful view of the nature around you whether it be dragonflies, birds & butterflies during the daytime or bats and stars at night. Solar powered fairy lights twinkle away at night, and the mattress folds for sitting up, so you can enjoy a beer or play cards.

Facilities include a communal space for cooking, eating and hanging out with gas stoves, cooking equipment and a table and chairs. An off licence, fire area, toilets and showers, bikes, garden, herbs, pizza oven and you're welcome to join them in the pub in the evenings.

Prices are shown for one weeks stay, for smaller or longer stay prices check the website or call 01728 664178.

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    Bell Tent
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    Sleeps 5
  • £320 - £320 per week

The bell tent is 5m (the same diameter as the yurts), and comes with rugs on the floor and a double bed plus two single futons. An extra single futon can be added for a fifth guest if required.

Your bell tent is lit at night by solar fairy lights & tea light lanterns, and the toasty wood burner will keep you warm on cooler nights. Outside you’ll find a seating area with a BBQ and chiminea.

Facilities include a communal space for cooking, eating and hanging out with gas stoves, cooking equipment and a table and chairs. An off licence, fire area, toilets and showers, bikes, garden, herbs, pizza oven and you're welcome to join them in the pub in the evenings.

Prices are shown for one weeks stay, for smaller or longer stay prices check the website or call 01728 664178.

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    Gypsy Caravan
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    Sleeps 4
  • £430 - £430 per week

What could be more romantic than a traditional wooden gypsy caravan? And this is a fine, unique example of exceptional workmanship and beauty.

Perfect for two the caravan has a cosy & very comfortable double bed tucked away behind a curtain, and at night it is lit by solar fairy lights and tea light lanterns. Underneath the double bed is a small bed space suitable for one or two small children. As there’s not enough space for a travel cot in here they've instead made a wooden barrier which can be put in place for babies & toddlers using the child’s bed if required. There is even a small wood burner built in to keep you nice and toasty.

The caravan is parked next to an old wooden donkey shed, which has been converted and fitted out to provide extra living and cooking space, should you require it. Inside you’ll find a traditional washstand, seating, cupboard space, a table and a gas stove. Beside the donkey shed is an outdoor seating area with a BBQ. Nestled in it’s own private spot surrounded by trees, shrubs and wild flowers let our gypsy caravan take you to a faraway place without moving an inch!

Prices are shown for one weeks stay, for smaller or longer stay prices check the website or call 01728 664178.

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    Barn Owl Yurt
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    Sleeps 4
  • £440 - £440 per week

Barn Owl is a delicate yurt hand crafted from specially chosen characterful wood. The many twists and bends in the wood give it a very romantic and magical feel.

The yurt is fitted with a beautiful wood burner which has been handmade from almost entirely recycled materials. Solar fairy lights and tea light lanterns sparkle at night for a warm glow and a cosy feel.

Perfect for couples this yurt has a rustic 4-poster bed (extra single futons can be added for a 3rd or 4th guest if required), washstand with jug & bowl, and lots of rugs for lounging about in front of the wood burning stove. A small kitchen cupboard and a camping gas stove allow you to cook or just make a cup of tea without having to leave the yurt, plus a small table and two stools.

The raised deck which Barn Owl yurt sits upon is extended to form an outdoor seating area with rustic balustrade and two chairs handmade from reclaimed wood the perfect spot to catch the early morning sun. In front of the yurt is a private grassed area with a BBQ.

Prices are shown for one weeks stay, for smaller or longer stay prices check the website or call 01728 664178.

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    Dragonfly Yurt
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    Sleeps 5
  • £440 - £440 per week

Dragonfly yurt was built with families in mind so has a much more sturdy feel and is more spacious. Built on site entirely from locally coppiced ash & hazel it still has the rustic feel of the other yurt but is less delicate. Dragonfly has a double futon bed with an extra deep futon mattress plus two single futons. An extra single futon can be added for a 5th guest if required.

The yurt is fitted with a beautiful wood burner which has been handmade from almost entirely recycled materials. Solar fairy lights and tea light lanterns sparkle at night for a warm glow and a cosy feel. This yurt has a large table with seating for 4.

Under Dragonfly yurt’s crown hangs an ornamental centrepiece fitted with coloured glass sprinkling the yurt with colour as the sun moves across it. The yurt’s private seating area, with adult & children’s benches and a BBQ, is perfectly placed to catch the afternoon sun.

Prices are shown for one weeks stay, for smaller or longer stay prices check the website or call 01728 664178.

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    Badger Cottage
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    Sleeps 4
  • £500 - £500 per week

Badger Cottage, in the heart of Suffolk yet only 20 mins from coastal towns of Aldeburgh & Southwold, offers a unique blend of rustic charm, mod cons & quirky facilities.

Totally self-contained but only steps away from a quiet village real ale pub & a tiny eco camp-site with ducks & chickens, a camp fire & quirky facilities including pizza oven and jungle shower.

This converted 200 year old red brick stable is perfect for couples, friends and families. Two totally separate galleried bedrooms allow guests in the master bedroom to relax and enjoy the living room without disturbing those in the guest (twin) bedroom.

The cottage is insulated to keep it pleasantly cool in the summer and toasty in the winter. A wood-fired range in the main pub building not only keeps the cottage’s radiators hot throughout the colder months but also provides an abundance of piping hot water on tap for deep soaks in the roll-top bath. A stand-alone wood burner in the cottage’s living room provides top-up heat and allows guests to enjoy the decadence of a real fire. During summer months the cottage’s hot water is supplied by a solar powered system.

The cottage has a country farmhouse style kitchen and eating area, as well as a spacious bathroom with a beautiful original Victorian roll-top bath and shower. The double doors give access to a small private courtyard surrounded by woven hazel fencing, with a table and chairs for sitting or eating outside. A small area beside the wood burner allows you to store and dry muddy or wet boots and coats, making it the perfect base for exploring the many wonderful footpaths and guided walks in the area. At night, snuggle up in the sumptuous beds up in the loft.

Prices are shown for one weeks stay, for smaller or longer stay prices check the website or call 01728 664178.

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