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Pat's Cottage
Wickham Market
Suffolk

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Enjoying a village setting near the River Deben in the Suffolk Heritage coast area, this charming mid row cottage has been lovingly restored to create a perfect hideaway for couples looking for peace and relaxation. Village shops and the local pub are within a short stroll and just 4 miles away the delightful town of Woodbridge boasts a wealth of specialist shops, cafes, good restaurants and a lovely harbour offering boat trips. Just across the river from Woodbridge lies Sutton Hoo (N.T.) and Snape Maltings concert hall and shopping village, Orford with its castle and smokery, RSPB Minsmere, Dunwich Heath, Aldeburgh and Easton Farm Park are among the attractions within an easy drive, Southwold is a little further up the coast. Riding, fishing and golf are available nearby. Shop and pub serving food mile.

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