St Michael’s House is a charming Grade II listed farmhouse built in the 16th century and located in the peaceful hamlet of St Michael South Elmham in Suffolk. The cottage is filled with character, with beams and cosy wood burners throughout.
The house has four beautiful bedrooms, as well as an enclosed, one-acre lawn garden – so there’s plenty of room for the whole family. It’s excellent location also ensures easy access to the surrounding towns and villages.
The hamlet has its own micro-brewery, which is open to the public, and just a few miles away is the town of Bungay with shops, restaurants and Bungay Castle. The farmhouse is also a short drive from the Norfolk Broads, Norwich and the popular seaside town of Southwold.