Drift End


Drift End

Drift End, Suffolk

16th century, original, shabby chic, 8 bedroom, ‘shoot and stay’ farmhouse with open fires, period bedrooms and bathrooms set in tumbledown garden and walled garden, with outbuildings & sheds, barns, props, great light and wi-fi. 10 mins from coast, 2hrs from london. Perfect for fashion shoots and period dramas. Quiet location, edge of the village in Suffolk.

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