The land is classified Grade 3 with soil belonging to the Beccles 1 series, a chalky till described as a fine loam over clay soil suitable for growing winter cereals, some potatoes and grassland. The land is drained and has grown a mainly cereal rotation.
Bedingfield House Farm is located in a rural yet accessible part of Suffolk. The farm is only about 5½ miles to the east of the A140 Ipswich to Norwich trunk road. The large village of Debenham is located about 3½ miles to the south and can provide for most everyday shopping requirements as well as having a village school and a number of hostelries. The larger former market towns of Eye (5 miles) and Framlingham (9 miles) provide a wider range of facilities with the county town of Ipswich (17 miles) providing a full range of regional level commercial, retail and leisure services and facilities.
The A140 trunk road provides good access to both Norwich and Ipswich, linking with the A14 and the national motorway network beyond. There are regular mainline train services to London Liverpool Street from Diss (10 miles) and Stowmarket (13½ miles) which take about 1hr 35 minutes and 1hr 25 minutes respectively. There is air travel available from Norwich City Airport (38 miles) and Stansted Airport (65 miles) and ferry services from Harwich International Port (48 miles).