The Accommodation

Three beautiful self-catering cottages which retain all of their 18th century charm and character.

The Old Corn Mill

The Old Corn Mill is our largest property and a truly magnificent barn conversion with a full height, vaulted ceiling over the open-plan kitchen/dining area. Sleeps 6.

The Old Dairy

The Old Dairy was where, traditionally, the milk used to be brought in to store. Now this barn, which is situated in the centre of the courtyard, has a slightly more contemporary feel to it. Sleeps 3+1.

Henry's Barn

Henry’s Barn, named after a much loved golden labrador, is a beautifully converted barn, retaining all of the original character whilst still offering the modern facilities you would expect. Sleeps 6.

Please contact us about availability and any last minute deals!

Have you heard?

We now allow guests to bring one, well behaved dog to stay in Henry’s Barn and The Old Corn Mill at a cost of £5 per night. A few house rules will apply!

(The Old Dairy remains pet free)

The Farm

We hope that we can help to make your stay with us as relaxing, or as full on as you wish it to be.

Swimming Pool

Play Rooms

Nature Trail

The Area

Old Hall Farm is an ideal base for exploring Suffolk and the world-renowned Heritage Coast.

Towns to Explore

Visit the historic towns in Suffolk and you’ll discover thousands of years of stories etched into the landscape and architecture, but it’s not all ancient history, these historic towns are brimming with art, music, food and modern culture.

Attractions to Visit

Suffolk has a wonderful range of attractions to suit everyone’s taste and pocket, here's just a selection we think you'd enjoy and would be right on your doorstep if you enjoy a stay in Suffolk with us.

Things to Do

Suffolk has everything you need for all types of activities, from seaside adrenaline-filled entertainment and amusement arcades to wild, rambling countryside, nature reserves and historic museums and castles.

Places to Eat & Drink

Few counties are as blessed as ours for their fine, bountiful larder and Suffolk's rural traditions in farming, brewing, fishing and the like, have inspired generations to produce some of the countries finest food and drink.