Bridge House is located in the centre of Earl Soham, near Framlingham, a pretty village situated on the A1120, between Stowmarket on the A14 and Yoxford on the A12.
It is a delightful period property originating in the 16th Century, with some 18th Century 'modernisation' and 21st Century facilities; it provides an excellent base from which to explore Suffolk.
The village, a large part of which is a designated conservation area, has a medieval church, the 'Victoria' pub, which brews its own beers, a shop and many old houses and cottages, all set in delightful surroundings.
Bridge House is three miles from the small town of Framlingham, with its historic castle, church and market square and is within easy reach of the Suffolk Heritage Coast and its many attractions.
Jennifer and David Baker offer superior bed-and-breakfast accommodation and are the proud recipients of the Visit Britain Four Star Silver Award.
Our aim is to give you a comfortable and memorable stay and if you require an evening meal, this can usually be arranged.
For your special event in the area, we also provide catering services to suit a wide range of budgets.
Bridge House accepts most credit and debit cards.
Excellent organic local produce used.
Fine rooms sitting room and garden.
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
Pet Facilities: Pets are allowed. By arrangement £5 per night per pet.
Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. Vegetarian vegan and all special requirements.
Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed. In Gazebo.
Entering the village on the A1120 from Stowmarket:
The road descends a hill to a T-junction and continues to the right.
Following this road and passing the 'Victoria' pub on the right, Bridge House is a short distance further on the left.
There is a sign above the wall at the start of the property and the entrance (sharp turn), is toward the end of the wall at the start of the village green.