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It boasts refurbished four-poster and feature bedrooms. The hotel has 11 high-standard ground floor rooms, all of which are situated in an annexe away from the street. Not yet reviewed, review now! All bedrooms enjoy unrivalled views of the sea river or surrounding marshlands. Perfect base to explore the unspoiled Suffolk Heritage Coast.

The 38 sea facing and inland rooms some with 4 poster beds for special occassions provide every comfort including en suite bathrooms and Sky TV. The hotels bar overlooking the sea is perfect for a relaxing drink and AA Rosette Restaurant named after the year the hotel was built with its fine oak panelled walls and roaring log fire in Winter is ideal for elegant dining on mouth watering seafood dishes traditional roasts and vegetarian meals. At the near by village of Thorpeness we can arrange golf on the established James Braid course or tennis at the Country Club.

We are now licensed for Civil Wedding Ceremonies for rates andfurther details please contact the hotel direct. Or perfect as the alternative place to stay while on business. Each room is uniquely and luxuriously styled with palatial en suite bathrooms and showers. Our breakfasts made from the finiest local produce are simply delicious. Single occuppancy business rates are available ar reasonable rates.

It enjoys secluded tranquility yet is only one hour from both Stansted Airport and London. Recognised as a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the setting has been captured in the paintings of the artists Gainsborough and Constable.

The Club is an idyllic location for both leisure and business comprising two 18 hole championship golf courses a state of the art health and fitness centre extensive conference banqueting and function suites a wide selection of excellent dining facilities and a beautifully appointed hotel.

Set in its own 7 acres within an area of outstanding natural beauty the building is a unique example of 14th cantury architecture and retains something of the peace and serenity of those far away days. Deer and wild life surround the house for nature lovers bird watchers can appreciate the rare seabird and Avocet population. Forestry adjacent to the house offers unlimited riding or walking and there is local sailing at Orford and Woodbridge. Butly Priory is a natural magnet for legend and folklore while the warm and romantic atmosphere is always remarked upon the mystery of the walled up rooms in the West Wing and the enigma of the silver coffin remain unsolved.

In the bedrooms 20th century comfort is assured all double rooms having private bathrooms and including such luxuries as linen sheets log fires and goose down duvets. A sitting area tea and coffee making facilities and a television are provided in a ll the main rooms. The bedrooms have spectacular viwes through gothic and edwardian south facing windows onto the lawns and grdens.

Breakfast is served in the magnificent stone vaulted dining room double door open onto the South facing garden an alternative eating place in the summer smiling gargoyles look on whilst swallows help themselves to your croissants Not yet reviewed, review now! Nowadays the public rooms have the traditional character of an English country house enhanced by fine furniture carved 18th century doorframes and mantelpieces prints paintings and photographs connected with the history of Southwold.

The refined yet relaxed environment and friendly staff guarantees a most comfortable stay. Many of the bedrooms in the main hotel offer a glimpse of the sea whilst the stylish garden rooms are clustered around the old bowling green. The elegant Drawing Room is perfect for quiet relaxation the Reading Room and Southwold Room are also ideal for private functions. The Guest House was originally a 14th century coaching inn and offers a friendly atmosphere real ale real fires and medieval modern food.

We are a small traditional inn with three en suite rooms. The bedrooms are comfortably furnished and have either a en suite bathroom or a private bathroom just for your use. They all have tea coffee making facilities alarm clock radio and colour T. The Griffin is located in Yoxford one of the prettiest villages in North Suffolk and known locally as the garden of Suffolk. The church is mainly 14th and 15th century with a western tower topped by a spire. Ample free private parking.

Perfectly situated in the market town of Sudbury for visiting all of Suffolks great Beauty spots and shopping areas. The hotel itself sits on the banks of The River Stour in a conservation area and is in an ideal location to explore the East of England.

Local attractions are Long Melford and Lavenham where there is an abundence of antique shops and very old architecture.

The hotel boasts 4 lounges 2 bars 3 function rooms 51 individually decorated bedrooms as well as a 2 Rosette award winning restaurant making it one of the highest ranking hotels in East Anglia. All 43 luxury bedrooms have views over the marina and the piece de resistance is the glazed Penthouse Suites which offer breathtaking views across the water and beyond.

We are a short drive from Constable and Gainsborough countryside. The impressive exterior of the building reflects the Dutch influence of the period creating a unique setting.

The inn is a popular location for leisure breaks thanks to its character charm and convenient location to the area of Diss making it perfect for exploring the local area. An ideal retreat from the hustle and bustle. Located between Norwich and Ipswich it is the ideal location for exploring the east coast. Situated between the historic market towns of Diss and Eye it is an ideal location for a relaxing break.

The Snailmakers Restaurant situated within The Brome Grange Hotel offers a suberb selection of fish and other mouth watering dishes conceived and cooked to perfection by our AA award winning chefs.

Perfectly situated in the heart of the East Anglian countryside. Totally surrounded by countryside it offers total quiet and tranquility great food and a country escape. Food is important at The Six Bells. A14 only 2 miles away. Elmswell and Thurston Railway Stations 2 miles collection service available Evening meals available imaginative home cooking special diets catered for. Modern comfortable bedrooms with excellent facilities. Restaurant offering a la carte and all day Lounge menu snack menu available in bedrooms.

Free car park Not yet reviewed, review now! It stands on one of the prettiest Georgian squares in the country opposite the award winning Abbey Gardens. The hotel is within easy reach of Long Melford and Lavenham popular with antique hunters Newmarket Cambridge and the Suffolk Coast Not yet reviewed, review now!

It has been refurbished restored to provide nine delightful non smoking en suite bedrooms. All 76 en suite bedrooms are equipped with satellite television modem links direct dial telephone trouser press hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities. All rooms are individually decorated. The restaurant enjoys the accolade of 3 AA Rosettes and boasts an extensive wine list.

Long Melford has antique emporiums craft shops and two of the finest stately homes all in walking distance from the Black Lion. One of the most popular hotels in Suffolk offers a warm welcome whether your visit is for conferences a weekend break wedding or to enjoy our award winning dining.

Voted the best restaurant in Suffolk the choice of where to dine within the hotel is exciting as is the superb daily changing cuisine produced by our head Chef Annette who is proud to use seasonal and local grown produce. The stylish luxury accommodation with individually designed en suite bedroom s tempt guests to return time after time.

The romantic 4 posters are also a great choice for honeymoons. With such a wealth of things to do in Suffolk children love to stay they have their own menu and dogs enjoy walking on the green opposite so everyone is happy. Classic 16th century inn. Peaceful refurbished bedrooms within barn conversion adjacent to the pub. Abbey Hotel 35 Southgate Street Bury St Edmunds Within easy walking distance of the Theatre Royal and a splendid array of cafes and restaurants the Abbey Hotel is a relaxing convenient place to stay popular among both the business community and other visitors alike.

An independent family run Hotel since we pride ourselves on our friendly informal and helpful approach to meeting the needs of all our guests.

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