Beautifully Converted Cart Lodge House or Stable Cottage

Beautifully Converted Cart Lodge House or Stable Cottage

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 12
3 Bathrooms

About our home

The Cart Lodge is a converted redundant farm building probably dating from around 1750. It is around 2000 sq ft. of living space. Very spacious with a large open plan kitchen / diner / lounge. It has a large downstairs King Size bedroom with en suite shower. It also has a gallery lounge with fantastic views across the fields to the sea. There are two twin rooms, a bathroom with shower over and a further double bedroom with en suite shower. There is an enclosed patio. For the winter months there is a Firebelly double sided woodburner. Alternatively go for Stable Cottage, sleeps up to seven. For more photos go to our website: www.leewickfarm.co.uk

Peaceful location but also only a little over an hour to London's Liverpool Street station on the train.

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More about us

  1. I'm a single Dad with older teenage kids plus lovely girlfriend Emma.

  2. I run a farm and a potato merchant business plus two holiday cottages and glampsite and a livery yard on the Essex / Suffolk boarder, UK.

  3. We love history, culture and architecture, walking, swimming and some shopping, we like a private pool, we like eating out and we like meeting new people.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
Milsoms, Le Talbooth, The Boathouse
Cool bars
Numerous in Colchester
Cozy cafés
Numerous in Colchester
Bit of culture
Colchester, Britains oldest recorded town for the best in Roman & Norman history
Walks in the park
Colchester Castle Park, The River at Dedham
Spot of exercise
Walk on the deserted beach at Lee Wick, it's a nature reserve and we provide passes.
Day tripping
Visit Southwold and Alderburgh on the Suffolk coast, timeless

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