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What really let the room down there was no curtain in the bedroom, only a white wooden blind which let in the early morning light and being woken at 8.30 am by the gardener strimming grass near our room, we left promptly with out breakfast! Otherwise it was a really lovely hotel and we enjoyed walking ...
A decent hotel in a great location in the high street. Staff were very pleasant and attentive. The hotel is a little tired in appearance and the bar/restaurant, whilst not as dated as the rest of the hotel, lacked any atmosphere which is probably due to the stark lighting. Turn down the lights, add ...
The hotel overall was very good and excellent value for money. The breakfast was good and service in restaurant was fine. The worse thing about this hotel is there is no lift. Both my husband and I are in our mid seventies and we were given a room on the third floor. We had two medium sized bags ...
Sunday lunch amazing ... one night stay with brilliant breakfast ... room and hotel very clean .... staff lovely and friendly ... beautiful setting for a wedding .... would defo stay again if in that area
The hotel is well placed for Long Melford, Check in was easy and Sally was very helpful when checking in. Breakfast was excellent with plenty of choice and again the staff were extremely friendly . Our room was very quirky and sloped due to age of property. Old definately stay here again.
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!
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.