You've probably never heard of "Geldeston". There's no reason why you should. This small village on the Norfolk / Suffolk border isn't the kind of place to make the national news. If, however, you're looking for a quiet place to spend a holiday, Geldeston (and, in particular, The Old Post Office) could be the place for you to head for.
Geldeston during rush hour
You'll find Geldeston on the Norfolk / Suffolk border, just a couple of miles from the Suffolk market town of Beccles. A quiet village, Geldeston has a couple of pubs for your evening refreshments: the first is "The Wherry", a pub serving Adnams beer. The second pub is the locally famous "Geldeston Locks". The Geldeston Locks serves beer froma local brewer called the "Green Jack Brewery", with this particular pub being about a mile down a small track.
Geldeston Locks - a pub serving food and local beer, by the river
Geldeston also has a farm shop for those looking for some locally produced culinary delights. Although, for a full shop to start your holiday you'll find a Tesco and Morrisons in Beccles.
Looking for a supermarket in Geldeston - this is as close as you get
Ideal for a country retreat, you can spend some time walking; watching the wildlife; or experiencing some of those cycle routes.
Located in the heart of the throbbing metropolis which is Geldeston you'll find the holiday cottage of The Old Post Office. Sleeping 6 people, The Old Post Office is only a couple of doors away from The Wherry, and located on the main road through the village. I say main road through the village - think more country lane than M25.
The video above gives you an idea of the location of The Old Post Office within Geldeston.
Should you want to experience some of what Geldeston has to offer, it's well worth having a look at the holiday cottage which is The Old Post Office.