We stayed at Lucy's B&B for 3 nights just after Easter. The weather was unseasonably freezing but the welcome and the house could not have been warmer. On arrival we were treated to tea and hot cross buns and made to feel at home by Lucy, Dominic, their girls - Flori and Tilly, Sophie (on work experience from Belgium) and their lovely cats and dog. They kindly gave us directions to local pubs and booked a table for our evening meal. We stayed in the Indian styled room upstairs which was cosy with probably the comfiest bed we have slept in and a lovely view of the garden. The breakfasts were delicious including eggs from their chickens. Lucy kindly gave us a tour of her lovely garden, which is full of interesting plants and features and Dominic's metal work- we would love to return in the summer to see it in all its glory. There are also plenty of garden books and magazines to browse through.
The house is charming and quirky, full of interesting art and pottery and situated in a farm estate village. You can be in Bury St Edmunds in 10 minutes but feel you miles away and beautiful Lavenham is close by.
Thank you to Lucy and all her family for making our stay so enjoyable.More