We had a great stay in these lovely rooms in Suffolk. It is a converted stable, but there is nothing that makes you think it used to be stables. This is an immaculate property, newly redone and very welcoming. It offered plenty of room to spread out and had very comfortable bed and pillows (we ended up buying a pair of the pillow brand to take home with us).
The kitchen was well equipped and allowed us to make coffee and prepare breakfast before heading out for the day. It is centrally located for adventuring out into Suffolk and for traveling for the day to Cambridge. We also enjoyed the town of Bury St Edmunds nearby where we toured the Cathedral and ruins, had a great meal and had a beer in the smallest pub imaginable.
It was great fun to have the attached pub at our convenience. The owner was fun to talk to and all the staff very helpful and willing to meet our any needs. The pub was a busy place and friendly people to talk to. Other than one evening, we were never bothered by noise or activity from the pub and the one night's noise didn't last very late into the evening. On the one busy night, we got the last parking spot, but that was no problem the other nights.