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High Poplars Bed & Breakfast is 17th Century farmhouse rurally situated close to the heritage coast of Suffolk, near Dunwich,Walberswick, Southwold, Minsmere. With reed bed pond & exceptional numbers of birds present in the grounds
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50RCG wrote a review Aug 2015
Suffolk, United Kingdom8 contributions4 helpful votes
What a joy to see Deborah and Steve again. This was my second visit and my husband's first. He was so impressed by the most sincere,hospitable host and hostess. They made us feel like staying with good friends. So relaxed and joyful. Above it all was the ideal location, and a very comfortable, spacious, beautifully designed Robin room in this 16 century farm house. The house is so near to many beautiful villages and attractions. The works they have put in to make their guests comfortable and welcomed are tremendous. We will certainly return and make it as our holiday retreat as long as they are stil running it. 3 cheers to lovely, beautiful Deborah and knowledgeable, capable, quite handsome Steve. Thank you.
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Date of stay: August 2015
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helen t wrote a review Aug 2015
Northampton13 contributions8 helpful votes
We had a wonderful 3 night stay. Deborah and Steve could not have been more welcoming or helpful. The cream tea on arrival was such a thoughtful touch and the breakfast was full of fresh ingredients, plentiful and delicious! Our hosts were more than happy to make dinner reservations for us and give us tips on the local area. One of the best weekends we have had!
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Date of stay: August 2015
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David F wrote a review Jul 2015
Norwich, United Kingdom12 contributions16 helpful votes
I had a fantastic extended weekend break at High Poplars, choosing it as a base for attending a local music festival. From the moment I arrived I was made extremely welcome - enjoying a cream tea in the sunshine. I had brought my bike to travel to the festival but had absent-mindedly left my bike lights at home. Steve was able to lend me some lights - even putting them on for me. This was typical of Deborah and Steve's attitude - they were there to make sure everything went smoothly. The house and garden are delightful, the breakfast fantastic and I had already recommended the B&B to friends even before the weekend was over. I wouldn't hesitate to do so again.
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Date of stay: July 2015
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alegna_mahnrap wrote a review Jul 2015
Newcastle upon Tyne24 contributions9 helpful votes
We consider ourselves extremely lucky to have chosen High Poplars for our break to Suffolk this week. We wanted a quiet, comfortable place with good access to the Suffolk coast and bird watching sites. It couldn't be bettered. The welcome from Debbie and Steve was everything and more you would hope for. Greeted on arrival by freshly home-baked cream scones and fresh strawberries served at a table nestled in a corner of the pretty garden by the pond with many ducks, ducklings and moorhens to keep us amused. The house itself is several hundred years old and has all the idiosyncrasies you might expect. Plenty of beams, winding narrow staircase, no even floors, huge fireplace in the lounge, all carefully maintained and charmingly furnished. Breakfast was as extensive as you would want, cereals, fresh fruit, local preserves, juice, and cooked breakfast prepared whenever you were ready for it (in our case after half an hour or so down by the pond with a pot of tea). The room (twin) was not very large and the bathroom was along the corridor but neither of these were major issues given all the pluses of the place. We did find the beds a bit too soft but others may be suited by that. We had chosen partly by the proximity to the Minsmere RSPB reserve and were very happy with the short drive required. There were also several other reserves very close by which we didn't have time to visit on this occasion. Our enjoyment of the trip was greatly enhanced by Debbie and Steve who were on hand to provide all the comforts, and most particularly advice on the area, maps and ideas for places to visit, bookings for evening meals at local places and generally treating us as good friends. If the occasion for a repeat visit to the area arises we will certainly head straight back to visit Debbie and Steve and highly recommend it to anyone else looking for a similar place to relax.
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Date of stay: July 2015
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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Simon S wrote a review May 2015
Ludlow, United Kingdom1 contribution
This is "as good as it gets". Deborah and Steve are a charming couple in a lovely house in beautiful countryside. They have created a magical experience in their lovingly restored house which is light and airy, interesting and very comfortable. The linen is crisp, the beds comfy and the bath water hot. What else does one need? They are very welcoming and attentive with not a hint of intrusion and are justly proud of their cream teas and irresistible breakfasts, which set you up for the day. Deborah has created a lovely garden bursting with birdsong and Steve makes an excellent cook and butler, is a consummate ornithologist and will advise on your hydraulics! We stayed for two nights in April to visit Minsmere and just loved it. It is a new venture and we wish them well. Simon & Kate Snape
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Date of stay: April 2015
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Louise W wrote a review May 2015
Eastbourne, United Kingdom77 contributions62 helpful votes
Deborah and Steve's 17th Century farmhouse is in a wonderful spot with beautiful gardens and a very large pond with lots of birdlife. They keep their own chickens and there are lots of ducks with their little ones running around. It is a very peaceful area. Deborah and Steve were wonderful hosts and looked after us very well, nothing was too much trouble and they were always willing to recommend places to eat and discuss the surrounding area. We stayed in the Robin room with our own en suite bathroom and this room overlooks the front garden and large pond. The room is full of character, the bed was very comfortable with very good pillows and a good sized flat screen TV. Fresh milk was provided for the tea/coffee making. Breakfast was the best we have experienced for a long time, with lots of choice, but we had the full English and Deborah uses local produce where possible. If a full English is not your thing there was plenty of choice from porridge to cereals, fruit and yoghurt and fruit juice. Our breakfast set us up for the day for birdwatching at Minsmere. High Poplars is only about four miles from Minsmere so it is very convenient. We had a lovely break and would highly recommend this B&B to the most discerning traveller.
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Date of stay: May 2015
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Room Tip: Robin room is large, has an en suite and is double aspect
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jodolphin wrote a review Mar 2015
Birmingham, United Kingdom1 contribution
Our hosts Deborah and Steve were so welcoming and attentive providing us with a wonderful three nights stay. The breakfast was delicious to say nothing of the cream tea. Deborah and Steve have a great gift of hospitality and we shall return..Richard and Jo
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Date of stay: March 2015
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LMB196 wrote a review Oct 2014
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We arrived to be warmly welcomed by Steve and Deborah. Awaiting us was a cream tea with delicious homemade scones. They were very knowledgable of the local area-where to eat and visit. Very attentive without being too invasive. Would definitely recommend to friends and family!
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Date of stay: October 2014
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behun wrote a review Aug 2014
London, United Kingdom25 contributions24 helpful votes
We were royally welcomed to this secluded, very quiet, 17th century house. Deborah and Steve could not have been more helpful or friendly. The bathroom dedicated to our room was along a hallway, but that was no problem. The price was more than we usually pay, but maybe standard for the area and in any case represented good value.
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Date of stay: August 2014
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Peter P wrote a review Aug 2014
Bexleyheath, United Kingdom3 contributions2 helpful votes
We were looking for a quiet stay in Suffolk just to get away from the hustle and bustle of London and we certainly found it at High Poplars. Steve and Deborah were very welcoming and the cream tea by the pond was a nice treat. The rooms are furnished to an exceptionally high standard with every attention to detail. Each morning we had lovely cooked breakfasts in a beautiful dining room which overlooked a pretty garden where the ducks visited and birds fed from the feeder. This was certainly the best B & B we have ever stayed in.
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Date of stay: August 2014
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Frequently Asked Questions about High Poplars Bed and Breakfast
Which popular attractions are close to High Poplars Bed and Breakfast?
Nearby attractions include Alfred Corry Lifeboat Museum Trust (4.4 miles), RSPB Minsmere (3.4 miles), and Dunwich Heath and Beach (2.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at High Poplars Bed and Breakfast?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at High Poplars Bed and Breakfast?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at High Poplars Bed and Breakfast?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to High Poplars Bed and Breakfast?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ninedeli, Sutherland House Restaurant, and Coasters.
Is High Poplars Bed and Breakfast located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.5 miles away from the centre of Hinton.
Are there any historical sites close to High Poplars Bed and Breakfast?
Many travellers enjoy visiting St Edmund's Church (5.0 miles), St Peter, Wenhaston (2.5 miles), and Walpole Old Chapel (4.7 miles).