Hare Field Cabin

Sudbury, Suffolk

  • Suitible for: 2 Humans icon 2 Humans
  • Suitible for: 1 Dogs icon 1 Dog

  • Owner has pets
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Why we love it

Dogs can live totally off the lead while you’re here, with nothing but open fields and footpaths for miles around your cool cosy cabin just north of London

What you'll love

Dogs will love

  • Going lead free for a few days
  • Sniffing out the complimentary dog treats
  • Leaping into the river on the Liston village walk

Humans will love

  • Sitting by the fire pit in the evenings to watch the sunset
  • Reclining on the deck chairs while the BBQ gets going
  • Spotting the hares boxing and leaping in the field outside

The place

Hare Field Cabin is a fantastic little break from the sound of the city, bringing you all the peace and freedom of the gentle Suffolk countryside. The surrounding fields and footpaths are perfect for dogs and humans to roam, so if you’re confident that your dog isn’t going to disappear, you can let them off the lead while you’re here. Following those footpaths will lead you to all sorts of places, but a favourite route is to go through the pretty village of Liston and along the river to Long Melford. It’s only a few miles and yet you have a choice of dog-friendly pubs to stop into once you reach your destination. There’s canoeing and kayaking on the River Stour if you and your dog are water lovers and charming medieval villages to explore, plus the simple joy of getting some local food, firing up the BBQ and watching the sunset over the fields.


  • 1 x King room


  • En-suite bathroom with toiletries
  • Rain Shower
  • Outside dog washing facilities
  • Dishwasher tablets and washing up liquid

Living and relaxing

  • Woodburner and outdoor fire pit with all firewood provided
  • Wifi
  • Smart TV with Netflix included
  • Smart speaker
  • Underfloor heating
  • Sofa
  • Outdoor sofa and Adirondack lounger chairs

Cooking and dining

  • Modern kitchen with induction hob, electric oven, dishwasher and fridge with freezer compartment
  • Big Green Egg BBQ
  • All firewood and charcoal provided
  • Cooking basics supplied - salt, pepper, olive oil, tea, coffee and sugar
  • Indoor and outdoor dining table and chairs for two

For the dog

  • Towels for muddy paws and soggy coats
  • Dog bowl
  • Treats on arrival
  • Spare leads, bed and food on request from the owners, if you forget your own

Booking information

  • Check in 1600
  • Check out 1000
  • Not suitable for children or babies
  • No puppies (under 12 months) allowed

You should know

  • The owners have two labradors who are perfectly friendly but do roam free. They can lend you any dog stuff you’ve forgotten
  • They also say they don’t need to keep their own dogs on leads at all, but use your own discretion with your own pets
  • There is no enclosed or fenced area at the cabin
  • Dogs are not allowed in the bedroom area
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In the neighbourhood

  • Canoeing and kayaking is available on the River Stour and is a tranquil way of exploring the Stour Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • The medieval Suffolk villages and towns of Clare, Long Melford and Lavenham with their historic buildings. antique shops and tearooms are all worth a wander of an afternoon
  • The Swan at Long Melford serves beautifully sourced and cook pub classics and is, of course, dog-friendly
  • The Theatre Royal at Bury St Edmunds offers “walking stories”, downloadable tales created and told by local writers and actors, that can bring the area to life
  • You might need the dog on the lead here and there, but visits to National Trust properties Melford and Flatford are scenic and fascinating days out
  • If your dog can take the pace, then try some of Suffolk’s extensive cycling routes that wind through the villages and along the riverbanks
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