We stayed at Poplars Farmhouse in February 2013 and would return in a heartbeat!
Initially we were welcomed by Paul who gave us a good introductory tour of the house and then he invited us to relax in the guest’s lounge room with a lovely pot of tea. We appreciated his thoughtfulness after what had been a long and tiring day of travel.
The guests lounge room was a good size with everything you could wish for. It was warm with comfy couches and cushions, offered a good selection of magazines and books, had a TV and a wide selection of DVD’s, free Wi-Fi, writing desk and gorgeous views out of the windows!
As we were enjoying our cuppa, David came home and again we were warmly welcomed. At this point we also met Spike; the resident dog. For those of you who do not like dogs or are allergic to dogs, have no fear as Spike keeps to himself and does not encroach of your living space.
We stayed in the ‘beamed room’ which, as the name suggests, features old exposed timber beams. It was a wonderful warm and spacious room full of character. The bed was a good size, extremely comfortable with quality linen and pillows. We had a wall mounted TV, a few books to browse through and coffee and tea making facilities. It was a nice touch to be offered fresh milk as opposed to long life sachets too.
Our ensuite bathroom complimented the beamed room in both spaciousness and décor. We had a bath with an overhead shower and the bathroom was heated which was just heavenly when it was so cold outside.
Breakfast was served in the guest dining room and featured a beautiful, cosy fireplace. The range of breakfast choices on offer was more than adequate and the scrambled eggs were the best I've ever eaten!
Stoke by Nayland is in a lovely location and we thoroughly enjoyed exploring the local area. David was invaluable with his knowledge and advice of where to go and what to see. If you’re looking for something nearby for dinner, the B&B is located a short drive away from town and there are two pubs to choose from ‘The Crown’ and ‘The Angel Inn’.
We would highly recommend staying at Poplars Farmhouse for at least two nights to unwind, relax and enjoy what is a delightful and charming B&B in a great location with perfects hosts.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Poplars is a 17th century farmhouse tucked away in the heart of Constable Country. It is situated on its own in a very peaceful setting amongst fields and trees, yet only a short walking distance from the picturesque village of Stoke by Nayland. So why not escape from your usual life and experience this hidden gem of pure relaxation? We invite you to enjoy this beautiful ambiance and tranquility whilst at the same time offer you top quality luxury accommodation with comfort, homemade food to suit your diet, homely hospitality and being attentive to your needs. ... more less
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- Stoke By Nayland B&B Poplars Farmhouse Suffolk