Our superb self catering cottages provide excellent weekend, short break or holiday accommodation.
Clerk's Cottage, Castle Cottage and Church Cottage are located at the centre of historic Eye, a delightful place to stay with its magnificent Church, wonderful deli', numerous irresistible antique shops and coffee houses, one of our favourite cafes is Cornforth & Cornforth. Eye also has an excellent Chinese take away and popular Fish & Chip shop, not forgetting the cute castle ruin. Having said that, it is surprisingly undiscovered.
Eye is a small town in the county of Suffolk, East Anglia, England, south of Diss, and on the River Dove.
Only 90 mins by train from London Liverpool St (via Diss) and within easy reach of Norwich, Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds, Eye is around 1 mile from the A140 trunk road between Norwich and Ipswich, approx 3 miles south of Diss.
Surrounded by beautiful countryside Eye itself has a lot on offer with quaint village shops, Eye town trail, ruins of ancient castle, good restaurants and take away.
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Rural East Anglia offers a wealth of experiences, and a gentle pace of life - the perfect mix of soft rolling countryside, historic woodlands, ancient cities, charming towns, postcard villages, nature reserves, farmers markets, local producers, quaint coastal resorts and old-fashioned seaside fun.
Whether you prefer boating or cycling, 'twitching' or hiking, the ancient or the modern, East Anglia offers a varied selection of places to visit.
The historic cathedral city of Norwich and the University town of Cambridge, each present a wonderful blend of historic and contemporary architecture, suberb restaurants, entertainment and shopping facilities.
The stunning East Anglian coast offers something for everyone, from quiet unspoilt fishing villages, to fun-filled resort towns, sandy beaches and shingle shorelines, colouful beach huts and ancient abbey ruins.
Screen in the Barn - Art House films screened in a rural barn.