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We had a mix up about the room booked but this was quickly and pleasantly resolved. Reception and hallways are in refurbishment. Twin Room was refurbished and perceived good value. Good: New decoration and shower/toilet room good. Electric shower a bit weedy. No shelf for toiletries in shower. No ...
My stay was in one of the chalets with my mum, who has a slight mobility problem. She was not able to get into the shower as it had a high step, but a grab rail would be helpful. I mentioned this and portable ones can be obtained, the landlady will get some. I could hear people in the next room, ...
WE booked a 60s break in February with low expectations having read reviews. THe staff,great live entertainment and food all exceeded these. THe mattress was thin,plastic covered but we went prepared with extra topping , pillows duvets and slept well.We could hear noise from neighbours talking . ...
With a great mix of affordable two-star hotels in Suffolk, this picturesque East Anglian county is an ideal choice for a budget break. Wherever you stay, you'll benefit from comfortable rooms with good quality bedding so you can always look forward to a comfortable night's sleep.
Suffolk is renowned for its largely unspoilt coastline, which is ideal for water sports such as windsurfing and sailing. Close to the Norfolk border is Britain's most easterly settlement, the medieval fishing port and lively seaside resort of Lowestoft, which has a good range of value-for-money bed and breakfast venues where you can look forward to a delicious full English or continental breakfast to start the day.
You can also find several other quieter seaside towns further south along the Suffolk coast, from the attractive town of Southwold to the historic resort of Felixstowe, featuring the biggest container port in the country.
Within easy reach of Lowestoft hotels, this fantastic adventure park has several roller coasters and many other thrill rides. Open between April and November, it also offers a good choice of delicious food and drink, and is the perfect day out for children and adults alike. The park also has a good selection of places to eat and have a drink, as well as several shops where you can find the perfect souvenir to take home with you.
This delightful medieval community is home to picturesque Grade I-Listed De Vere house, immortalised as Godrick's Hollow in the Harry Potter films. In the multiple-Oscar-nominated film franchise, the building was depicted as the birthplace of both Harry and the Hogwarts headmaster Albus Dumbledore, and has stood for more than 600 years.
This beautiful castle, built on a former Norman defence, has magnificent ramparts and offers wonderful countryside views. In fact, it is one of England's most in-tact medieval defences, and is well within reach of numerous two-star Suffolk hotels. Discover its fascinating stories, find out about the monarch once crowned queen here in the 16th Century, and learn about some of the most influential figures of the Tudor era.
Come to the Africa Alive! zoo in Kessingland and see its zebras, pythons, parrots and other African species. Visit Ipswich, one of England's oldest towns, and spend some time at its interesting Transport Museum, then head to nearby Sutton Hoo to see one of England's greatest Anglo-Saxon discoveries. For more information on local attractions and places to eat out, contact your hotel reception.
With in-room WiFi in virtually every hotel, you can easily keep up-to-date with your personal e-mails and social media, chat with family and friends on Skype, and book your tickets to local attractions online. Many hotel rooms can cater for up to two adults and two children, and some offer adjoining rooms and en-suite bathrooms for your convenience.