Peaceful Accommodation in a 15th Century Farmhouse
College Farm is an arable farm set in the peaceful Suffolk countryside, just 6 miles west of Ipswich on the A1071 to Hadleigh. The Grade II Listed farmhouse is a 500-year-old beamed tudor building which was once owned by Cardinal Wolsey in King Henry VIII's time. It has been carefully modernised over the years, but still retains its character with oak beams, inglenook fireplace, sloping floors and low doorways.
The house stands in a large garden which guests are welcome to relax in, and is surrounded by fields and meadows in a quiet part of the farm. You may walk the marked footpaths on the farm to enjoy the
scenery and wildlife, or play golf, go fishing or horseriding which are all close by.
We are set in an ideal position to visit the County town of Ipswich, "Constable Country", the pretty villages and market towns of the area, and Suffolk's Heritage Coast.