Did you spot our April Fool's story 'revealing' the House in the Clouds had been told to change its name?

No, the Thorpeness landmark has not been contacted by Holiday Trading Standards - we made that body up - and the building will not be renamed.

Manager Natasha Le Comber was in on our joke, and we thank her for her permission to run the gag.

We hope you enjoyed the 'story'. For those that missed it, here it is in full:

The manager of famous Suffolk landmark the House in the Clouds has been contacted by trading standards... as it is not actually in the clouds.

The iconic Thorpeness building, which stands at 70 feet tall and is Grade II listed, is used as self-catering holiday accommodation in the coastal village near Aldeburgh.

But manager Natasha Le Comber has received a letter from the Holiday Trading Standards body recommending the name is changed.

This is because the building does not reach 6,500 feet – which is the point at which low-level clouds begin to form.

Natasha said: "They must be living in cloud cuckoo land if they think I am going to change the name! It's always been, and always will be, the House in the Clouds.

East Anglian Daily Times: The House in the Clouds is a Suffolk landmarkThe House in the Clouds is a Suffolk landmark (Image: citizenside.com)

"I'm furious that they think it must actually be 'in the clouds' for me to call it that. It's not like I could build a few extra thousand feet on top – I won't get planning permission for it!

"People come to stay as we are in beautiful Thorpeness and we offer the best views of the glorious Suffolk coast, not because of its name."

East Anglian Daily Times: Natasha Le Comber manages the House in the CloudsNatasha Le Comber manages the House in the Clouds (Image: Natasha Le Comber)

The House in the Clouds, which was built in 1923 and celebrated its centenary last year, is one of Suffolk’s best-known landmarks.

Built by Braithwaite Engineering Company of London, it was originally a water tower but was later converted to mask an unattractive industrial feature on the otherwise beautiful Suffolk coast.

East Anglian Daily Times: Visitors enjoy stunning views of Thorpeness beach at the House in the CloudsVisitors enjoy stunning views of Thorpeness beach at the House in the Clouds (Image: Sarah Lucy Brown)

Guests staying in the property have access to six different floors that provide widespread views of the coastline.

It has a range of facilities, including five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a games room, kitchen, a dining room and four landings.

Natasha added: "I have never had anyone stay and say they expected to be in amongst the clouds, so I don't see what the fuss is about. 

"They say every cloud has a silver lining, so hopefully they can leave this wonderful landmark as it is."