Bryanstown Annex Self catering Accommodation can be found at “Apple Tree”, Woodbridge Road, Debach, Ipswich Suffolk IP13 6BZ. From Ipswich take the A12 towards Lowestoft. After by-passing Woodbridge take the 1st turning on the left to Bredfield. Do not deviate from this road. After by-passing Bredfield the next named village is Debach. Bryanstown Annex is on the right just passed the ex-Council houses and shares a drive with Apple Tree.

From Norwich, come off the A140 at the A14 and travel through Coddenham staying on the main road, B1078/9 until you reach a “T” junction on a bend. Follow the road left & you will pass through Ashbocking before passing Otley Agricultural college on your right. At the next “T” junction turn right and then 1st left turning which will be signposted to Debach. Pass Debach Enterprises and Clopton Industrial Park on your right and take the next turning on your right. This time Bryanstown Annex is on your left and if you get to the ornate village sign you have gone 30 metres too far.
NB Sat-Nav Users: There are at least 2 addresses with IP13 6BZ post code in the village & they are no where near each other!

Bryanstown Annex and “Apple Tree” are set in approximately one and a half acres of flower garden and orchard extending to open countryside. The annex was built in 2006 and is well insulated and built to modern specifications. “Apple Tree” was originally two one up and one down timber framed cottages, one dating from the sixteenth century, the other from the nineteenth. They were allowed to fall into disrepair for a number of years and eventually condemned. When Di’s husband first read the particulars it said “View at your own risk” at the top of the page. He did view and on opening the front door could see straight out to the back garden!