Old Brewery House

Orford, Woodbridge and Orford

  • 4 Star Gold
  • Situated in the centre of the popular town of Orford lies Old Brewery House. A 16th-century cottage oozing with traditional period features. The perfect base for any family or group of friends.

You can book this property from:

  • £946 per week
  • £135 per night
  • 4 Star Gold

Features

Nearby activities

  • Walking
  • Cycling

Special Features

  • WiFi
  • Open fire or woodburner
  • Welcome pack

Beds & bedrooms

  • Bed linen provided
  • 1 king/super-king bed
  • 1 double bed
  • 4 single beds

Kitchen

  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer

Bathrooms

  • 2 bathrooms
  • 3 WCs
  • Towels provided

Families

  • Family friendly
  • Highchair

Outdoors

  • Garden
  • Private parking

Accessibility

  • Ground floor WC

Description

The Old Brewery House in Orford dates back to the 16th century, Tudor period, and is now available as a pet friendly self-catering holiday home. This historic property has many period features throughout including a wealth of beams, a traditional wooden staircase, original floor boards, plaster pargeting and an inglenook fireplace. This four-bedroom property is ideal for up to eight guests and would work well for a couple of families or group of friends. The generous living area is the perfect space for entertaining with its large comfortable seating area surrounding the cosy woodburner and the separate dining area, ideal for dinner parties. There is also a handy snug room, which is great for children and could provide the grownups with some peace and quiet. The fully equipped kitchen is there for you to cook up a storm with some local food produce. The famous Pinney’s of Orford and Pump Street Bakery located just around the corner. Orford also has a fantastic general store where you can find most essential items. Fresh fish is available from 'Brinkley's Shed' and Pinney's Shop 200m away beside the Quay. There is a butchers shop in Bakers Lane as well as the Village Stores in Front Street. Outside the property is a pretty and rustic style garden with view across the marshes towards Shingle Street. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with garden furniture and a barbeque and on a warm summer’s day is just perfect for some alfresco dining. Shop: 200m Pub: 50m

Why we love this property: With its wealth of beams, period features and central Orford location, what is not to love.

GROUND FLOOR
Large room 
with sitting area: TV, DVD, Blu-ray player, CD player and music system, inglenook fireplace with woodburner. Dining Area: Table and chairs for up to eight guests.
Kitchen: Electric oven and induction hob, fridge freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, table and chairs.
Snug/Study: TV, DVD, comfortable seating, toys and games.
Cloakroom: Washbasin and WC.

FIRST FLOOR

Bedroom 1: The master bedroom has a grand super king four poster bed. With a Jack and Jill
style dressing room (or baby room). Shared with Bedroom 2.
Bedroom 2: Four poster double bed. With a Jack and Jill style dressing room. Shared with Bedroom 1.
Bedroom 3: Twin beds.
Bathroom 1: Bath, washbasin and WC.
Bathroom 2: Bath with over bath shower, double washbasin and WC.

Steep narrow stairs up to
SECOND FLOOR
Bedroom 4:
Twin beds.

Garden: Large garden (shared with the owner) with an allocated section for the house. With garden furniture and barbeques for you to enjoy.  
Parking: 
Off road parking for 3 cars and small boats - Old Brewery House is 250m from Orford Quay with its launching ramp (charges apply). 
Pets: 2 well behaved dogs allowed.  
Heating: 
Oil heating.
Notes: 
Wi-fi, towels, high chair and a starter pack of logs for the wood burner are provided. Please be aware that there are free range chickens in the garden. If booking with a pet please keep dogs under control if off the lead in the garden.

Orford is an attractive small town, dominated by the remains of a 12th Century castle keep - you may like to climb to the top to enjoy the panoramic views over the town and marshes. It is also famous for Orford Ness National Nature Reserve and Havergate Island, both a delight for ornithologists and nature lovers. Sailing and boat trips are available on the River Ore, with country walks in Rendlesham Forest. It is only nine miles from the beach at Aldeburgh, with the historic towns of Framlingham and Woodbridge and the world-famous Snape Maltings Concert Hall also within easy reach.

Reviews

We thoroughly recommend The Old Brewery House for anyone wanting to experience relaxed old world period charm in a spacious and generously provisioned property.

mrs A K,

Very well located and an interesting historic building but superbly equipped. Ideal for a large family get together.

Mrs Jean G,

Location