Bed and Breakfast, B&B 4 star Accommodation in Hintlesham nr Hadleigh Ipswich Suffolk

College Farm Bed & Breakfast 

4 Star, 15th Century Suffolk Farmhouse

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Bed and Breakfast, B&B 4 star Accommodation in Hintlesham nr Hadleigh Ipswich Suffolk

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Bed and Breakfast, B&B 4 star Accommodation in Hintlesham nr Hadleigh Ipswich Suffolk

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Bed and Breakfast, B&B 4 star Accommodation in Hintlesham nr Hadleigh Ipswich Suffolk

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Peaceful Bed & Breakfast Accommodation 
in a 15th Century Farmhouse in Suffolk

  B&B in "Constable Country" 
near Suffolk's Heritage Coast.

College Farm is an arable farm set in the peaceful Suffolk countryside, surrounded by acres of woodland and countryside, abundant in birds and wildlife and close to the coast.  It is 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 fireplaces, sloping floors and low doorways. 

bed and breakfast B&B four star farmhouse in Ipswich and Suffolk

bed and breakfast B&B four star farmhouse in Ipswich and Suffolk

bed and breakfast B&B four star farmhouse in Ipswich and Suffolk

 


  bed and breakfast B&B four star farmhouse in Ipswich and Suffolk

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bed and breakfast B&B four star farmhouse in Ipswich and Suffolk

 Bed and Breakfast, B&B 4 star Accommodation in Ipswich and Suffolk

 Bed and Breakfast, B&B 4 star Accommodation in Ipswich and Suffolk

 

 Bed and Breakfast, B&B 4 star Accommodation in Ipswich and Suffolk

 Bed and Breakfast, B&B 4 star Accommodation in Ipswich and Suffolk

 

Beautiful Rooms in Spectacular Surroundings


bed and breakfast B&B four star farmhouse in Ipswich and SuffolkCollege Farmhouse stands in a large garden which guests are welcome to relax in. It is surrounded by fields and meadows in a quiet part of the farm with 12 acres of woodland and 15 acres of permanent grassland which abound with wildlife and birds. There are marked footpaths throughout the farm to wander and see animals, such as deer, rabbits, pheasants and occasionally badgers.. Guests can enjoy the scenery or play golf, go fishing or horse riding, all of which are close by ...... after you have enjoyed a wholesome farmhouse breakfast of course!, freshly cooked on the Aga. We have been given a Breakfast Award from Visit England for our excellent breakfasts - the perfect start to your day!....

bed and breakfast B&B four star farmhouse in Ipswich and Suffolk

bed and breakfast B&B four star farmhouse in Ipswich and Suffolk

Bed and Breakfast, B&B 4 star Accommodation in Ipswich and Suffolk

 

 

 

  Bed and Breakfast, B&B 4 star Accommodation in Hintlesham nr Hadleigh in Ipswich and Suffolk

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Deeply Rooted in English Heritage

We are set in an ideal position to visit the County town of Ipswich, "Constable Country", or any one of the pretty villages and market towns in the area including Hadleigh, Lavenham, Kersey and Sudbury to name just a few.  Sutton Hoo (Anglo-Saxon burial site), and Felixstowe, Southwold or Aldeburgh which are on the stunning Suffolk Heritage Coast.

Bed and Breakfast, B&B 4 star Accommodation in Ipswich and Suffolk

 History of College Farm

 Bed and Breakfast, B&B 4 star Accommodation in Ipswich and Suffolk

College Farm House has a fascinating history.

It was built in about 1470. The land and house were given to Cardinal Thomas Wolsey on becoming Chancellor in the government, by King Henry VIII, as a reward for his work. Unfortunately Wolsey fell from grace and the house and land were taken away from him and given to Eton College at Windsor. College Farm remained in the possession of Eton College until December 1800 when it was sold and became part and parcel of the Hintlesham Hall Estate. 

College Farm has been in the Bryce family since 1962 and has been a family home ever since to Ian and Rosemary Bryce and their children Catherine and Philip.

The main crops grown on the farm are primarily wheat, oilseed rape, sugarbeet and barley. The highlight of the farming year is of course the harvest which usually starts in the middle of July when combines come in and cut the crops.  A very busy time for the farmers!

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   College Farm,   Hintlesham,    Ipswich,    Suffolk.    IP8 3NT


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