BED & BREAKFAST
Welcome to Church Farm
We, Ruth and Paul, have been running a B&B here at Church Farm for over 20 years. The farm has been in the family as a fruit farm since the early 50's, when Paul's grandfather bought it and grew it into the thriving farm it is now.
Our two daughters have grown up here and over the years we have had plenty of guests coming & going. We also live with three dogs, and some happy chickens.
Paul runs the 200 acre farm on which we grow strawberries, raspberries, apples & pears. Our orchards are beautiful and we have benches here and there so you can stop on your walks and enjoy them. Our apple and pear trees are particularly stunning when in blossom. Artists are very welcome to stay and spend their days out on the farm sketching the wildlife and farm life. We have a gorgeously illustrated map of our farm to guide you around as you explore. Click here to see our illustrated farm!
We also grow Christmas trees and have a beautiful Suffolk barn where we sell them from in December. We decorate the barn and alongside the trees we sell lovely decorations and fresh coffee to keep you warm and cosy while you pick your tree and choose your decorations.
Church Farm is conveniently situated for food during the day if you choose to stay close, The Manger pub is pretty much next door (the church is in between) and provides excellent lunches and evening meals.
We also have lots of ideas for outings and places to eat and visit, in various directions. Click here for our suggestions.
Our two rooms are self-contained with their own entrances. Ruth went to art & design college many years ago and made wedding dresses before having a family, settling into farm life and running the B&B, so has a very keen interest in design and interiors. It's the small details that are so important and she has paid a lot of attention to them in the rooms.
We like to make our guests feel welcome and at home, providing lovely toiletries and linens, produce fresh from the farm or locally sourced for breakfast, and are committed to you having the most fabulous break here.
We look forward to welcoming you to Church Farm
Ruth & Paul
STAY WITH US
We have two beautiful large private rooms to choose from, both with ensuite bathrooms, fluffy bathrobes and towels and luxury Bramley products which are cruelty free, vegan and sustainable. There are Nespresso coffee machines, with a selection of coffee and teas in each room.
The breakfast room is a light, airy room looking on to the garden and farm. Many different garden birds can be spotted feeding whilst you enjoy your delicious farmhouse breakfast that includes seasonal home-grown fruit, fresh bread, local sausages and bacon, freshly laid eggs, homemade jam and marmalade.
Please note that regrettably, we cannot accommodate children under the age of 12
THINGS TO DO
Our rooms are in the middle of our farm in the little village of Bradfield Combust. The village is conveniently located for exploring East Anglia, with the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds and spectacular Lavenham each ten minutes down the road.
Early morning walks or runs can be taken around the farm and you can use our bespoke illustrated map to find your way around (click here for the map)
Guests are also very welcome to take their own picnic up to our beautiful lake and enjoy the sunset over the farm.
There are lots of places to visit in the surrounding local area, and a little further afield if you want to be even more adventurous.
We look forward to welcoming you to stay at Church Farm.
Please send us a message in the form below with any questions/requirements you may have. We will get back to you as soon as we can. Thank you.
Guests are asked to arrive after 4:00pm and vacate rooms by 10:00am, but we are always happy to accommodate alternative requirements by prior arrangements.
Bury St. Edmunds
Phone: 01284 386333
Mobile: 07940 852426
Take the A14 dual carriageway to Bury St Edmunds.
From Bury St Edmunds take the A134 towards Sudbury, Bradfield Combust is 5 miles from Bury.
Church Farm is next to The Manger pub on the A134