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Such a good find. We set up base for visits to Lavenham and Bury St Edmunds and Maggie directed us to the beautiful nearby Kersey as well. The house and property is lovely, we were well looked after and the breakfast was delicious. Highly recommend!
The Old Rectory deserves more than 5 stars. Maggie was lovely and very welcoming! She was very attentive and when ever we needed anything nothing was ever a problem! We stayed in the beautiful Cart Lodge, it was so clean and very warm on the...More
Absolutely beautiful place to stay, in the middle of a stunning area of countryside. The hosts are incredibly welcoming and the Old Rectory is perfectly situated for country walks, visits to lovely villages and nice rural pubs. We had a really lovely time - an...More
A special birthday treat to a neighbouring village last week for a senior family member resulted in us booking three rooms for two nights at the Old Rectory Kettlebaston. As its website pictorially demonstrates this is your classic 'rectory house' set in the countryside ....More
We stayed for just one night. The room was clean and cosy. Well equipped bathroom. The breakfast menu was excellent. Maggie gave us a warm welcome and was very knowledgable about the local area. I foolishly left behind a dress in a wardrobe but Maggie...More
Thank Janet R
Response from Maggie L, Owner at The Old Rectory KettlebastonResponded 11 August 2018
Thank you for your words. I am always leaving things behind and know how infuriating it is. Lovely dress - I could have keep it. Maggie
Response from Maggie L | Property representative |
Hi Kathryn, We are 10 miles from the nearest train station and coming from London, it would be Sudbury. The Sudbury line is the most delightful left over of what trains used to be: a single line track winding its way... More
Hi Kathryn, We are 10 miles from the nearest train station and coming from London, it would be Sudbury. The Sudbury line is the most delightful left over of what trains used to be: a single line track winding its way along the Stour valley to Marks Tey. To reach Sudbury from London you would have to change at Marks Tey and to go to Harwich from Sudbury you would change at Marks Tey. Staying with me is probably not the most convenient, but the peace and quiet when you get here and the train from Marks Tey to Sudbury would probably make the adventure one of the best
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"Main House rooms are lovely ...but try the Cart Lodge also"