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Click photograph for details of self catering cottage/accommodation, Suffolk.Showman's Living Van, Coppins Farm, Alphamstone near Bures (map)
Also available on this rural wildlife and wildflower reserve of 150 acres, a second (green) Showman's Van and a Victorian Railway Carriage.
This Living Van sleeps 4, the Green Living Van 2 plus 2 children, the Railway Carriage sleeps 4. Children and well-behaved pets welcome.

Last updated by hand 27 March, 2015


Accommodation near the Suffolk coast or even on the beach; in the Suffolk Coasts and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; in ruralSuffolk; in a pretty village with a castle or tucked away in the English countryside. Suffolk always feels a million miles from the busy modernworld. Suffolk is a great place for cycling, walking, riding, sailing, birdwatching, British history and the arts, and fine food, or just relaxing... Owned and run in the UK by
Jill Barringer


graphic B&B, Hotel, Self Catering: Aldeburgh, Southwold, Thorpeness, Woodbridge, etc. - Coastal, Countryside and Rural Suffolk
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