Mockbeggars Hall, Ipswich self catering accommodation

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Mockbeggars Hall, Ipswich

Quality Grade: 5

Sleeps: 21

Pets Allowed: No

Property Ref: BSY

Be lord of the manor for a few days at Mockbeggars Hall, a Jacobean masterpiece with far reaching views over the Gipping Valley in the famous Suffolk countryside. Set in mature grounds, this imposing property will provide the perfect backdrop for a truly memorable holiday. It is perfect for a special celebration, get together or family reunion, or, how about a dramatic murder mystery weekend? Enjoy a banquet in style in the magnificent dining hall, a champagne reception in the spacious drawing room with its incredible stone fireplace and French doors leading out to the terrace and gardens or just relax and unwind in the elegant living room. The interior retains many period features including studded wooden doors, original wood flooring and leaded windows alongside modern conveniences such as Sky TV with DVD/video players in the drawing room, living room, playroom and master bedroom, modern bathrooms and a well-equipped kitchen. The left wing of the hall enjoys a large first floor balcony with splendid views of the garden and valley beyond. The spectacular grounds span some 3 acres including open lawn, a large stone paved terrace with garden furniture, and shady woodland copses.Situated on the edge of Claydon village, Mockbeggars Hall is ideally located to explore some of rural Suffolk’s attractions including the National Trust’s Thorington Hall in Stoke-by-Nayland, and Flatford Mill, in the beautiful Dedham Vale - the location of John Constable’s famous painting ‘The Haywain’. 4 miles away is Ipswich town with the interesting Christchurch Mansion, museum and gardens or the historic town of Woodbridge is just a 9-mile journey east where there is much to do and see, including the famous Tide Mill, and a little further on Sutton Hoo, an Anglo Saxon burial ground. If guests are looking for a unique day out, Newmarket, the historic home of horse racing, is within driving distance. It offers a treasure trove of sights and sounds for the racing enthusiast with race horses, trainers and stud farms based in and around the town along with two excellent race courses, offering racing fixtures from spring to autumn, where all can enjoy a family day out.Easily accessible from London, the property is the perfect location for a short break. The surrounding countryside is ideal for scenic walks, cycling and bird-watching. For the more energetic, there are numerous golf courses include Hintlesham Hall (3 miles) and Fynn Valley (4 miles), along with sailing and tennis clubs. Pub 1 mile._Spacious drawing room with Sky TV, feature fireplace and French doors to garden. Dining hall with impressive oak furniture. Living room with Sky TV and open fire. Well-equipped kitchen/breakfast room with Aga (for cooking). Play room with Sky TV and table top football. Utility. Cloakroom/W.C. First floor: Master bedroom with 5ft four-poster bed, additional single sleigh bed (for +1), TV and en-suite bathroom/W.C. Double bedroom. Double bedroom with additional double bed (for +2), Sky TV and door to balcony. Twin-bedded room with en-suite bathroom/W.C. Family bathroom/W.C. Second floor: Three twin-bedded rooms, each with zip & link beds. Twin-bedded room leading to further twin-bedded room (for +2), each with zip & link beds. Bathroom/W.C._ Elec and full oil CH incl Open fire - initial fuel incl, thereafter avail locally Aga incl Ample parking Shop 1 mile Four Sky TVs (full package) Four video/DVDs Tel-incoming calls only Auto wm T/dryer M/wave D/washer Freezer T/cot H/chair 3-acre lawned garden with terrace and furniture Wendy house and selection of children’s games Barbecue Duvets with linen and towels Non smokers only , Friday to Friday, _.