- £366 per week
- £52 per night
- 2 Guests
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bathroom
- 1 Pet
- Welcome pack
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 king/super-king bed
- 1 bathroom
- 1 WC
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Enclosed garden
- Private parking
- On one level, no stairs
- Ground floor WC
- Ground floor bedroom
- Ground floor bath/shower room
For a cosy, warm and homely self catering abode look no further than The Kiln. Sitting on the Suffolk/Norfolk Borders, this single level accommodation is just waiting to welcome couples to the rolling Suffolk countryside.
About the Property: This comfortable cottage has all the ingredients that couples could need to have a peaceful and relaxing holiday in Suffolk. Dating back to the 1800's, The Kiln was once a vital part of the village life in Mendham, with examples of tiles being made on site visible on the walls. Recently converted, along with neighbouring holiday let The Golden Cross, The Kiln provides stress free accommodation for two people. The front door opens onto an open plan kitchen, dining and living area, with french doors looking out to the small, private patio to the front and the owner's garden in the distance (holidaymakers are welcome to make use of this). A door leads to the bedroom with King sized bed and en-suite shower room.
Adults and pets alike will love this property and all that can be explored if you only step outside.
Ideal for: Couples or friends wanting to escape the rush of life and relax in a countryside village. Mendham is just a short drive from the nearby town of Harleston, where trains can be caught to London Liverpool Street if required.
Pets: 1 well behaved dog welcome at The Kiln. Owners are welcome to use the owners garden for exercising their pet, but are asked to keep them on a lead.
Exploring: There is plenty to do within just a short walk or drive of The Kiln. Just across the road is access to footpaths leading around the connecting fields, great for dog walkers or hikers alike. We would certainly recommend packing a bicycle and seeing where the country lanes take you; there is plenty to explore and we can guarantee you're bound to find a good pub for a pit stop! For those wishing to visit the city of Norwich, a 40 minute drive by car will take you to the centre; with plenty of shops, a theatre, cinema and castle - there is certainly more than enough to keep you entertained for the day. If you dream of the sea, Southwold and its beach are just a 30 minute drive by car - we recommend fish and chips from the pier with lashings of ketchup; yummy!
Eating and Drinking out: Whilst there are a small selection of eateries to choose from in the nearby town of Harleston, the closest pub to The Kiln is The Wortwell Bell. If you fancy a lighter bite, The Broken Egg Cafe on the outskirts of Harleston offers a great cafe menu; with an American Diner style menu being served on Friday evenings.
Self Catering: Most big name supermarkets will deliver to The Kiln, but the closest supermarket is a Co-Op store in Harleston.
For more information on what to do in the area, head to our sister site www.visit-northsuffolk.co.uk.
- Step up to the front door which opens onto the open plan living area with sofa and bucket chair, wall mounted TV with DVD and CD player, fully fitted kitchen with cupboard storage, oven with gas hob, fridge with freezer compartment, microwave and dishwasher. A small foldout table and chairs provide dining space for 2.
- A door leads to the shower room with large shower cubicle, w.c. and basin.
- Master bedroom with king sized bed, bedside tables and lamps and built in wardrobe. A door leads to the en suite shower room with large shower cubicle, w.c. and basin.
- Small enclosed patio area with furniture.
- Access to the owners' garden (shared with holidaymakers at The Golden Cross) which is laid to lawn.
- Central heating is included
- Bed linen and towels provided, but please bring your own beach towels if you are planning a trip to the coast.
- Please do not smoke in The Kiln.
- Wifi is provided but do note that the connection may be slower and patchier than you might be used to.