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Very charming hotel with good service. Some rooms are on the small side but the beds are comfortable. We did find the restaurant staff a little unhelpful at times, i.e. rushing us to order at 9:00 pm when the restaurant stayed open until 9:30. This kind of thing happened to us and others during our ...
If it's privacy you're looking for, this is the place. There's a side building for "hermits" such as myself. They've got a bar in the main hotel if you're thirsty, & the rural scenery (via the main hotel, at least) is amazing!
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 Hall is an amazing historic building which hasn't been spoilt by being modernised, consequently the floors are uneven and the stairs creaky, but that adds to the charm. The stay was enhanced by the welcoming and helpful staff, particularly the outstanding head waiter, who was charming and friendly ...
We arrived to find issues with parking due to the low arched entry to the hotel car park. However staff told us where we could park but there is always the security worry using a public car park overnight. If you try and ignore the nasty smell of dirty carpets and don't look at the frayed carpet ...
From the Anglo-Saxon treasures of Sutton Hoo to the strong maritime heritage in Ipswich and along the coast, Suffolk has a rich history waiting to be explored. Alongside a choice of museums and beautiful historic houses, which open to the public, visitors to Suffolk can also stay in a historic hotel during their visit. From bed and breakfast in a traditional old village pub to a luxury boutique stay in a Victorian rectory, you'll find historic hotels in Suffolk will enrich your experience with a little extra hands-on history right in your room!
If you're visiting the arts and music Latitude Festival, held each year in July in Southwold, staying in a historic building can transform your stay from the ordinary to something quite memorable. Or maybe you want to end a visit exploring ancient Bury St. Edmunds Abbey or the 18th century Italianate palace at Ickwsorth with a stay in a hotel of notable interest. One thing you can be sure of is that the facilities offered at your Suffolk historic hotel won't be ancient. While they might be housed in old buildings and include period pieces and antiquities amongst the furniture, facilities such as WiFi, en-suite bathrooms, room service, dining options and comfortable beds ensure they meet the rigorous demands of 21st century travellers. Other amenities, such as tennis courts, a sauna and meeting rooms might also be available, as historic hotels tend to offer more superior accommodation to standard hotels.
Many historic hotels in Suffolk are not just housed in old buildings, but are located within the historical part of their town. From these convenient locations it's easy to explore and discover the past secrets of an area and enjoy seeing the historic sites nearby. Whether you're travelling as a couple and are looking for somewhere special to stay or are in Suffolk on business but are looking for a more characterful stay, the choice of historic hotels in Suffolk won't disappoint.