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Beatrice @ The Cluster

SuperhostBrandeston, United Kingdom
Private room in shepherd's hut (u.k., france) hosted by Harriet
2 guests1 bedroom1 bed1.5 shared baths
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Beatrice is a Shepherds Hut style "Glamper Van" situated in the grounds of The Queen, Brandeston. Set back from the pub behind our new kitchen garden, Beatrice is the perfect place unwind, striking the ultimate balance between contemporary comfort and outdoor living - with extra emphasis on the comfort.
We are situated very close to Easton Grange wedding venue and the popular market towns of Framlingham and Woodbridge. A short drive will take you to some of Suffolk's best beaches.

The space
Beatrice has a King size bed and Egyptian cotton sheets. We provide fluffy towels, luxurious toiletries and each night you are provided with logs for the fire pit. Beatrice has underfloor heating and an electric wood fire effect stove, perfect to curl up in front of and read a book from the shelf on the chillier evenings. There is also a Tassimo machine to make tea, coffee and hot chocolate.
We also have a shower block, with a large walk in shower. There is a small outdoor kitchen with mini oven and hob, bbq (private use), fridge and small freezer.
Guests must choose a slot to use the kitchen and shower facilities and must clean these before and after use in line with Covid 19 policies. All communal areas will be fully disinfected daily.
Tennis rackets, bikes and boules can be provided (guests must leave a small deposit) on a first come first served basis.
Due to Covid 19 the pub is currently operating as a shop and takeaway. Please note this is subject to change however, this only means opening hours may vary slightly throughout the summer. We will endeavour to keep you updated at all times. The opening times are as follows:
summer Opening Times
Tuesday 10am - 2pm

Thursday 10am - 2pm

Friday 10am - 9pm | Take-away 5pm - 9pm

Saturday 10am - 9pm | Take-away 5pm - 9pm

Sunday 10am - 4pm | Brunch 10am - 2pm

Guest access
Guests can use all of the open space at the pub. Dogs must stay on leads in the camping field at all times to respect other guests.
Feel free to tend to the vegetable plot!

Other things to note
There is a tassimo machine in Beatrice perfect for tea and coffee in the morning.
BBQ courses are frequently held at nearby Kenton Hall if you need to brush on your cooking skills.
Tennis rackets, bikes and boules can be provided (guests must leave a small deposit) on a first come first served basis.
Beatrice is a Shepherds Hut style "Glamper Van" situated in the grounds of The Queen, Brandeston. Set back from the pub behind our new kitchen garden, Beatrice is the perfect place unwind, striking the ultimate balance between contemporary comfort and outdoor living - with extra emphasis on the comfort.
We are situated very close to Easton Grange wedding venue and the popular market towns of Framlingham and Woo…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed

Amenities

Free parking on premises
Wi-Fi
Laptop-friendly workspace
Essentials
Hair dryer
Heating
Private entrance
First aid kit
Lock on bedroom door
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Brandeston, United Kingdom

Brandeston is a quiet and peaceful little village. There is a play park a short walk down the road as well as a tennis court and petanque court (pass for guests can be collected at the pub).
For a picturesque, rural village, Brandeston has a colourful history. Avoiding the plague which wiped out neighbouring villages in the Middle Ages, Brandeston retains many old houses and stories from the past.

The Black Prince, son of Edward III and a medieval military hero hunted here in the upper reaches of the River Deben with the de la Pole family. A less welcome visitor was Matthew Hopkins, the self-styled Witchfinder General. This 20-something son of a Puritan clergyman was paid by East Anglian magistrates to uncover witchcraft.
Unfortunately John Lowes, the ageing vicar of Brandeston, had a troubled relationship with his parishioners at that time and was accused of being in league with the devil. He was ‘swum' in the moat at Framlingham Castle before being hanged.

In later generations, Brandeston was involved in Suffolk's smuggling trade. On the main route from Sizewell to Hadleigh, famous smugglers who lived in Brandeston include the romantic heroine Margaret Catchpole and the notorious George Crabbe.

More information about Brandeston's history can be found on the village website.
Brandeston is a quiet and peaceful little village. There is a play park a short walk down the road as well as a tennis court and petanque court (pass for guests can be collected at the pub).
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Hosted by Harriet

Joined in May 2016
  • 96 Reviews
  • Superhost
During your stay
Staff at the pub are always happy to help with any queries you may have and I can be contacted on my mobile throughout your stay.
We are expert fire lighters and a dab hand at S'mores!
Harriet is a Superhost
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: After 3:00 pm
Checkout: 10:00 am
No smoking
Pets are allowed
Safety & Property
Smoke alarm not reported Learn more
Carbon monoxide alarm
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $197

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