These Shepherds Huts, as well as a cottage are actually just beyond the north Suffolk border and into Norfolk. The River Waveney, forming the Norfolk and Suffolk border, is just a mile away. And ‘Toft Monks’ itself, is a small village (with local pub) set in remarkably hilly countryside, for this relatively flat county. Close to a local wedding venue, Beccles, the Broads National Park and local fishing lakes. Bungay, Lowestoft, Southwold, Loddon, Halesworth, Harleston, Great Yarmouth and the North Norfolk coast (incluidng seals) are all within easy reach. Also, well-placed for walking and cycling and a map with suggested routes is available on request. There is a cycle hire faciity a short drive away. The location is lovingly curated by Angela and Hugh, who’s home and land the accommodation sits on. Bookings can be made through their website. You will find the huts are well-insulated, cosy with a made-up double bed, all with hot water bottles for your arrival. All together if you are looking to visit Suffolk, this is a unique place to stay, set on the Norfolk/Suffolk border!
Planning to visit Suffolk, offers many choices and especially beautiful barn and country cottages. I can thoroughly recommend Woodfarm Barns, a genuinely independent and idyllic micro hamlet, set just outside Stonham Aspal, mid-Suffolk. It has been lovingly designed, built and maintained by owner Carl Scott. Stonham Aspal is around a 40 minute drive to the Suffolk Heritage coast and Aldeburgh. And if you rightly believe that you see from a car what a dog sees from a ditch, Carl has an array of bikes to help you explore this wonderful part of the Suffolk. Oh and they are dog lovers, if not ditch enthusiasts too! Call Carl if you are considering visiting Suffolk: 07810 371218 (mobile) or 01449 710032 (landline). For those unfamiliar with Suffolk click here.