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The room was very spacious and immaculately clean the only thing we found was it was a very hot day and the room was very hot there was no air conditioning or fan so we didn't get a goodnight sleep and there was not a fridge in the room breakfast was excellent we are staying again in September and ...
We really enjoyed our stay and were made to feel very welcome. Tom recommended a lovely restaurant and some walks nearby. Breakfast was fantastic too - will visit again!
The hotel is beautiful and charming, but the biggest plus was the staff. They were amazing! Friendly and helpful, they looked up information for us as needed and really made our stay in the Newmarket area better than it would have been otherwise. They were wonderful!
The owners welcomed us warmly and were keen to ensure that we had everything we could possibly need. Our room was beautifully furnished and had lots of little extras, such as chocolate bars, fresh flowers and nice toiletries. The house is surrounded by a large and attractive garden, which guests ...
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Nearly 900 years old, Framlingham Castle became an exclusive residence after it was captured by King John in the early-13th Century. In 1553, Mary Tudor, the daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon, was crowned queen of England here, and continued to reign until her death five years later.
Walk along the impressive 10.5-metre-high castle wall, see the castle's fantastic exhibitions, buy a souvenir, or just relax with a picnic on the grounds. Throughout the year, the castle celebrates many important events such as kings and queens festivals, re-enactments of the Battle of 1066, and other historical-themed events that are fun for the whole family.
All rooms in five-star hotels here are intricately decorated and have luxury bedding so you will always sleep perfectly. Normally, they will include fully equipped private bathrooms with luxury toiletries, and coffee makers so you can always enjoy a freshly brewed cup of Java to get you going in the morning!
Dating back to Tudor times, this grand stately home was built on a former medieval manor house, and is surrounded by elegant landscaped grounds with an enchanting avenue and Walled Garden. Kentwell Hall is frequently hired for weddings and other special occasions, and is renowned for its elaborate interior artwork and charming Stableyard Tearoom, where you can indulge in delicious fresh lunches, cakes and other tasty treats.
Another enchanting landmark, this neo-classical country house dates back to the early-19th Century and is known for its beautiful Italian-inspired architecture and artworks. See its attractive Regency furniture and fine silver, and have a relaxing stroll in its picturesque landscaped gardens. A short drive away to the south is the delectable Long Melford Swan, a five-star boutique hotel offering opulent accommodation and refined cuisine.
In historic Newmarket, a short journey from several luxury hotels, you can find the National Horseracing Museum, which offers an interesting insight into the history of this prestigious sport. See its superb trophy collection and equestrian paintings, and learn about the famous horses that have raced on British soil over the years. Visit the adjacent Vestey Gallery of British Sporting Art where you can learn about the history of other sports such as boxing and rowing.
With in-room WiFi in your five-star hotel, you could book online tickets to a show at the Bury St. Edmund's Theatre Royal, a Regency theatre offering excellent live performances throughout the year. If you're interested in aviation, don't forget to go to the Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum near RAF Bungay in the north of the county. This venue, opened in 1972, has dozens of restored aircraft, as well as thousands of other aviation-related artefacts exhibiting the history of the RAF, air-sea rescue, and the Royal Observer Corps.