Lavenham Watchtower

Lavenham Watchtower

Lavenham Watchtower is a unique 3-story holiday let at 10 Ropers Court, which is part of a converted mill dating back to the mid-nineteenth century. Situated just off the High Street, the property is spread over 3 floors and sleeps up to 7 people in 4 bedrooms of which there are two kings, 1 twin and 1 single.

There is a beautiful kitchen/dining room, dual aspect lounge, balcony, ground floor shower room and 2nd floor large family bathroom. The Watchtower at the very top of the house gives a 360 degree view over the rooftops of Lavenham and the beautiful surrounding countryside.

It is accessed by steep steps into the loft and then a few more winding steps into the tower. This is where the mill owner, William Roper, would stand and survey his land and workers. The tower is the 2nd highest point in Lavenham after the Church of St Peter and St Paul.