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One minutes walk from a huge ten mile, almost always, empty beach !

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In the heart of an area of outstanding beauty.

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Located in the 16th Century Village of Dunwich.

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Overview

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Dunwich

Dunwich is known as the lost city of England. Dating back to Anglo-Saxon times, it once stood proud as the capital of the Kingdom of the Eastern Angles, at its mightiest matching 14th century London for size. It was a seat of power for the Anglo-Saxon bishops for centuries, an international port, and the Domesday book of 1086 puts the population at over 3000 as opposed to a population of eighty now. 

Dunwich Museum tells the amazing story of a city lost to the sea..


The House

'The Ferns' is very spacious, some say like the 'tardis'. Beautifully furnished and positioned in this lovely village. Two sitting rooms, a snug, three woodburners, a large dining room with Aga and a separate kitchen. 

There are numerous original features, throughout including the pamment floor. We have taken great pride in the house and have made it a place where we want to spend time with our friends. We have not furnished it with 'rentals' or small children in mind but as a place for us and everyone to enjoy and hopefully keep enjoying over the coming years. 

Children are welcome, however please bear in mind that their are numerous antiques in the house.

We may potentially be able to cater to wheel chair user/s. Please contact us for further information to confirm your requirements.

A fantastic pub, less than a minutes walk away. 

The sea can be heard from our lovely gardens. 

The front garden is enclosed by a wooden picket fence with gravel pathway leading to the front door and side, with mature shrub borders and rose garden. Gated access leading round to the rear with a secret brickweave patio area and raised beds. There is a brick wall enclosing the garden with hedging above. An enchanting garden to the rear mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrub borders. Please help yourselves to the bountiful figs when ready to eat. 

A further secluded gravelled area with pergola provides ideal secluded dining area.

A car is recommended but not essential.  

Darsham is the nearest stain approx four miles away approximately two hours from London Liverpool Street Station.