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A beautiful stately home with fantastic amenities, the staff were friendly and welcoming, the catering was wonderful, and all within an elegant, comfortable setting. Exactly what we were looking for.
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 ...
Enjoyed very good swimming pool and gym. Staff were friendly and efficient. Couldn't access internet in room but was no problem in foyer. Lovely entrance and wonderful furnishings. Very good choice for breakfast. Would like to have had a bit more information in room about meal times , spar details ...
Hotel obviously had recent renovation which is ongoing. Room comfortable and spotless and bed very comfortable. Didn't use restaurant but swimming facilities fantastic. Very good value for money
The beautiful countryside and coastline makes Suffolk the ideal destination for golfers who want to enjoy stunning views as they play. With a choice of golf hotels in Suffolk set on large country estates and enjoying wonderful scenery, you could even play a round on a course set within an area of outstanding natural beauty and take in the fresh country air.
Hintlesham Hall near Ipswich has one of Suffolk's most beautiful golf courses. Set in 150 acres of parkland, the 6,500 yard Par 72 course was designed by Hawtree & Co and Peter McEvoy. There's also a driving range here to practice your swing as well as a bar and dining area for enjoying the 19th hole. While golf may take centre stage, it isn't the only activity you can enjoy here or at other golf hotels in Suffolk, such as Ufford Park near Woodbridge. At these luxurious hotels you can also enjoy other leisure facilities like a swimming pool or relax in a sauna to ease tired joints after a hard game. If relaxing is your thing, or you're travelling with someone who prefers a day's pampering to a day hitting balls, check into a golf hotel like the All Saints Hotel near Bury St. Edmunds or Stoke by Nayland Hotel, on the Suffolk/Essex border, which both offer full service spas where you can enjoy a choice of pampering massage to alleviate aches and pains or beauty treatments.
Suffolk golf hotels fall into either the three-star or four-star category, so you can expect a few extra facilities in your room and within the hotel. Guests can normally enjoy free WiFi as standard in these hotels, whilst 24-hour room service, satellite TV, a bathroom with a shower and bath and a safe are offered in golf hotels with a higher rating. Other hotel facilities often offered at these hotels include conference facilities or meeting rooms, for guests who want to mix a little business with their pleasure, and a selection of good restaurants and bars catering to every taste.