Hadleigh Cottages

Once famous for its wool cloth, Hadleigh was amongst the most important wool and market towns in the area. Another medieval town, it lies on the banks of the river Brett.

At the heart of Hadleigh is a rich and important architectural history with origins in Saxon times. A royal town for the 9th century Danish King Guthrum, Hadleigh is amongst the nation's most important archaeological towns. The Deanery Tower and church are really worth a visit during your time in Hadleigh, as is the picturesque high street filled with a variety of independent shops, cafes, pubs and delis as well as a cookery school. If architecture and history are your cup of tea, a walk around Hadleigh town centre is a must. 

Just a couple of miles from Hadleigh is the tiny village of Semer, set amidst rolling countryside, the river running through its midst. Another nearby village is Boxford, which as the name suggests sits astridge the river Box. A charming and delightful village to explore, its quiet streets are lined with 17th century properties created for the wealthy wool merchants of the time. There is an old fashioned cavern of a village shop selling everything you might need for your holiday and more, a Post Office and two pubs, The Fleece and The White Hart. In earlier centuries there were several other pubs including the White Horse.



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Orchard Barn, Hadleigh

SFOBH

Primrose Cottage

PRI2

Cowslip Cottage

COW

Stable Cottage, Semer

SFSCS

The Coach House

COHO

Kersey, Constable Country

SFPRK

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£631 - £1056
per week
From £482 for a 3-night stay
  • 4 Star
  • A chocolate box cottage in picturesque Kersey; guests can expect a quintessentially English break with picture-postcard scenery. The village's "eye catching perfection" has recently been reviewed in the Times newspaper.
  • 6 Guests
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • No Pets
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • WiFi
  • Enclosed garden
  • Open fire or woodburner
  • Pub 0.1 miles

Old Barn, Semer

SFOBS

Bridge Farm Barns, Semer

SFBFB