Sibton Bed and Breakfast at Ebenezer
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Diana Allen welcomes you to her well-kept and homely modern bungalow. This is a great location to stay while enjoying the delights of this area of north-east Suffolk.
Ebenezer Bed and Breakfast in Sibton is quietly placed, but less than ten minutes walk from the award-winning local public house, and handy too for the pretty High Street of adjacent Peasenhall with its tea-rooms, post office, village shops and medieval hall at the New Inn.
Sibton is on the A1120 tourist road which links Stowmarket to Yoxford on the A12. Yoxford is just over two miles from Sibton giving quick and easy access by car to the attractions of Aldeburgh, Snape Maltings, Sutton Hoo and Orford and the Suffolk Heritage Coast at Southwold, Walberswick and Dunwich. The renowned RSPB Minsmere Nature Reserve is within ten miles. Golf courses are at Southwold, Aldeburgh and Halesworth.
Cyclists should know that Sustrans National Route 1 passes close by, together with other established cycle routes. The train station at Darsham on the East Suffolk line (less than five miles away) may be useful for those wishing to travel with their bicycles to this lovely area, leaving the car at home - facilities for cycles are gladly provided at Ebenezer. Walkers will note the network of public footpaths in the area and, of course, the beach plus the open spaces of the commons of Westleton and Walberswick, and the local wildlife reserves including Dunwich Forest where Dartmoor ponies roam.
However you spend your day your comfortable accommodation awaits your return.
The Bed and Breakfast accommodation at Ebenezer is a comfortable centrally-heated twin-bedded room for either one or two people, together with the adjoining guest bathroom, plus use of other areas of this homely bungalow and its rear garden. Dogs/assistance dog welcome.
Cyclists and walkers are welcome. Secure storage for bicycles is offered in the garage plus there are designated areas for drying outdoor clothing and walking boots.
A fully furnished, centrally-heated and carpeted room featuring twin beds, with centre console and table light and with a wall-mounted TV on the opposite wall. Clock-radio. Tray for tea/coffee etc. This room benefits from two windows, one of which is a bow window with a deep sill overlooking the peaceful rear garden.
Adjacent private Bathroom
A centrally-heated cheery room with tiled floor and walls.
Unit with washbasin, with large mirror over lit by downlighters. WC.
Bath and also separate shower cubicle. Heated towel rail.
Towels and robe provided.
Breakfast is taken in the dining room which has a French door opening into the delightful garden. On sunny mornings if wished breakfast can be served outside.
In addition guests are welcome to relax in the large lounge which overlooks the attractive rear garden with its summerhouse and pond. Books are available to read during your stay and there is also Tourist literature to browse. Diana is always happy to share her knowledge of the local area and attractions.