Old Rectory Cottages Flixton

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Old Rectory Cottages, Abbey Road, Flixton, Bungay, Suffolk, NR35 1NL

Old Rectory Cottages, Flixton are on the Suffolk Norfolk border. These dog friendly holiday cottages are ideal for a couple to getaway to enjoy some peace with dog walks from the door.

At a Glance

Dog Type & Number:2
Enclosed Area:Yes
Dogs Free:Yes
  • Wi-Fi available
  • Mobility friendly
  • Dog friendly pub within 1 mile

Old Rectory Cottages Flixton Details

The Old Rectory offers four smart holiday homes allowing couples to relax in the tranquil surroundings of a Victorian Rectory. Situated on the Suffolk/ Norfolk border in extensive grounds of almost seven acres and surrounded by countryside, it is an ideal location to unwind. A haven for wildlife.

Couples will find the high-quality Four-Star Gold Award accommodation perfect. Normally short breaks are available from the beginning of November until the end of February. It is always worth contacting us if you are planning a last-minute break. 

We have been awarded “Gold” status under the Green Tourism Business Scheme which we joined in 2014. You can be assured that everything is being done to minimise the environmental impact on this beautiful serene area.

Well equipped with everything needed for an enjoyable stay. Tastefully furnished with a mixture of modern and traditional features. Generally, we are here to welcome guests and answer any questions you have during your stay.

We are dog friendly with up to two well-behaved dogs welcome. You can exercise your dog in our field which is full of the scents left by rabbits and pheasants. There are woodland and excellent country lane walks from the cottages without even having to get into your car. 

We have even compiled a list of pubs where dogs are welcome. 

We make no extra charge for dogs. However, dogs must be kept off the furniture, supervised both inside and outside of the cottages, and never left in the cottages by themselves. 

We can also provide details of local beaches that allow dogs. A run along the beach may be one of the highlights of their holiday.

Our Cottages

The Butler’s Pantry

Looking for a very special stay? This is the cottage for you. A beautiful conversion has resulted in a large stylish comfortable courtyard apartment that delivers the “wow” factor. Furnished with individually selected pieces to give a bespoke and distinctive feeling and added luxury features that are sure to impress. The Butler’s Pantry is accessed via 13 steps into a Victorian brick courtyard.

Both the kitchen and the wet room have high sloping ceilings, giving the cottage a great feeling of spaciousness. Enjoy the luxury of the large bedroom which has a super king bed, is sumptuously furnished and has atmospheric lighting. Add a separate Lounge/Dining room and you can be sure the Butler’s Pantry offers a perfect sanctuary for couples.

The Old Pump House

For pure indulgence, The Old Pump House would be hard to rival. Extremely cosy and packed with character

Lovingly & sympathetically converted, it is accessed via 13 steps into a Victorian brick courtyard. Retaining many characterful and original features, like parts of the original pump mechanism. The high ceilings, the inglenook fireplace in the bedroom and country furniture all combine to provide a relaxed ‘lived in’ comfortable atmosphere. The cottage is truly a home from home, designed to provide the ultimate getaway from it all.

The cottage boasts a well-equipped kitchen and an integral spacious lounge – a curtain hugs the door for cosiness on winter nights. 

Walking through into the large bedroom, you will be impressed by the way the room is displayed- described as “pure theatre”. Add the large ensuite wet room and this is a delightful hideaway.

The Old Coach House and Sam’s Stable

The conversion of the Rectory’s Victorian stable block has resulted in two spacious single storey properties with comfort and style evident throughout. Enjoying excellent views over the Old Rectory’s orchard to the surrounding farmland, the cottages high ceilings add to the sense of spaciousness, whilst the log burners are there for romantic winter evenings. Guests will find The Old Coach House and Sam’s Stable offer perfect hideaways to escape from the pressures of a busy life.

There’s lots to do during your stay, with the village pub and Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum just a short stroll away. In addition, Bungay is around three miles away, which has the shops to stock up on provisions. Also, Norwich with its cobbled streets, ancient buildings and half-timbered houses is nineteen miles away. The stunning Suffolk coast is an easy drive away.

The area also offers good opportunities for walking, fishing and cycling.

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If it is the first time that you’ve travelled with your dog, and are not sure what to expect, take a look at our Dog Friendly Travel Guide

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