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Old Rectory Cottages Flixton

Self Catering

Address
Old Rectory Cottages Flixton
The Old Rectory
Abbey Road
Flixton
Bungay
Suffolk
NR35 1NL
England
Telephone (01986) 893133
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Dog Friendly One Bedroom Cottages in Rural Surroundings

The Old Rectory at Flixton near Bungay offers four, one bedroom self catering holiday cottages. Situated on the border between Suffolk and Norfolk, and laying in grounds of almost seven acres – surrounded by farmland on three sides, the grounds are a haven for wildlife. The four cottages provide the ideal holiday location if you want to leave behind the strains of town or city living and relax in the tranquil surroundings of a Victorian rectory amidst rolling unspoilt Suffolk countryside.

Well behaved dogs are welcome in all of our holiday cottages.

The cottages have been sympathetically converted from Victorian buildings retaining the original features where possible. Individually decorated and furnished to a very high standard, to ensure they are as unique in character as they are diverse in style. Enjoy the King or Super King size bed and the luxury of the cotton towels & linen. The holiday cottages have a 4-Star assessment by VisitEngland. In addition all four of our cottages have received the accolade of a coveted Gold Award – reserved for accommodation that provides exceptional quality in all areas, but in particular in service and hospitality.
We normally welcome you personally to The Old Rectory and show you around your cottage. We are here during your stay in the event that you wish to contact us. We have a good knowledge of the local area which enables us to recommend places or events that many visitors to the area do not get the opportunity to experience and our philosophy is to go the “extra mile” to ensure you have a really enjoyable holiday!

We offer short breaks between October and the end of April, but it is always worthwhile telephoning us or looking at our website at other times if you are arranging a last minute break.

The village pub is a short stroll away from the cottages and there is plenty to tempt you out and about.

You can even combine all the freedom of a self catering holiday with the luxury of being pampered – we can prepare meals for you during your stay with one of our Dog’s Dinner Breaks or a Fine Dining Experience.

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Directions

Directions from the A11
Leave the A11 above Newmarket and take the A14 (signposted Bury St Edmunds), continue on the A14 until you reach Bury St Edmunds, taking the A143 (signposted Yarmouth). Follow this road for approximately 33 miles. You will come to a right hand turning signposted for Flixton and Homersfield – the B1062, turn into this road and continue straight on for approximately 2 miles until you enter Flixton. At the sweeping bend take the first turning right in to Church Road (if you see the Flixton Buck on your left you have gone too far!). Pass the village hall on your right. Just after the hall, take the road that leads off to the left, signposted St Peter’s brewery. After passing the church on the left, the Old Rectory is approximately 200 metres on the same side of the road. There is a sign. The Old Rectory is accessed via an unmade track- the turning into the track is quite sharp. Proceed to the top of the track and the Old Rectory is straight ahead of you.

Directions from the A12
Leave the A12 when it is signed for the A14, continue on the A14 (towards Needham Market) for 8 miles, and then join the A140 (towards Diss), after 16 miles, you should turn onto the A143 (signposted Yarmouth). Follow this road for approximately 11 miles. You will come to a right hand turning signposted for Flixton and Homersfield – the B1062, turn into this road and continue straight on for approximately 2 miles until you enter Flixton. At the sweeping bend take the first turning right in to Church Road (if you see the Flixton Buck on your left you have gone too far!). Pass the village hall on your right. Just after the hall, take the road that leads off to the left, signposted St Peter’s brewery. After passing the church on the left, the Old Rectory is approximately 200 metres on the same side of the road. There is a sign. The Old Rectory is accessed via an unmade track- the turning into the track is quite sharp. Proceed to the top of the track and the Old Rectory is straight ahead of you.

From Norwich
Leave on the A146 towards Lowestoft, turn right on to B1332 signposted Bungay. Continue for approximately 13 miles, heading towards Bungay. You will then come to a roundabout – take the 3rd exit onto A143 and at the next roundabout take the first exit in to Broad Street and at the next roundabout take the 2nd exit into Trinity Street, proceed along this street and ignore the first turning on the right and bear right after about 200 metres. Go to the end of the road (past the library on your left) Turn left at the end of the road and continue until you see a right turning signposted Homersfield. Turn right here and head straight on for around 2.5 miles when you will enter Flixton.

After passing The Buck on your right, take the first turning left in to Church Road. Pass the village hall on your right. Just after the hall, take the road that leads off to the left, signposted St Peter’s brewery. After passing the church on the left, the Old Rectory is approximately 200 metres on the same side of the road. There is a sign. The Old Rectory is accessed via an unmade track – the turning into the track is quite sharp. Proceed to the top of the track and The Old Rectory is straight ahead of you.

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