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I've stayed at this hotel before and liked it. However, this time I was given a room with an extremely cramped bathroom - the door could not be opened fully as it hit the basin which was a tiny cloakroom type. It seemed a case of trying to squeeze a room out of too smaller space. I lost count of ...
Lovely hotel spoiled by poor service in the restaurant and bar. Really nice rooms and great food - just not always what was ordered! Staff were nice but lacking in direction and expertise.
The grounds of this hotel are absolutely stunning. It is quiet and beautiful here. All of the accommodations were in excellent condition. The owner was super friendly and accommodating to our needs. Definitely worth the price. We cannot wait to stay here again!
This was our first time at the Black Lion Hotel. We booked 3 nights but wished it was more. Staff were friendly and sociable, food was excellent, room nice and comfortable and with an excellent location. Really enjoyed our stay. ( You must try the black pudding at breakfast time).
If you're planning an escape to Suffolk to enjoy some long walks in the pretty countryside which inspired Constable, don't leave your four-legged friend behind! In Suffolk you'll find a selection of hotels, from luxurious historic houses to bed and breakfasts housed in traditional old village pubs, which welcome pets including dogs and cats. The county even hosts the annual Suffolk Dog Day. Touted as an event 'that you'd have to be barking mad to miss' it's held at Helmingham Hall near Ipswich every July. This dog show and fair is one of Suffolk's biggest day's out and attracts up to 8,000 visitors who come to take part and watch the action in the show ring, enjoy family activities and great food and shop at over 80 stalls.
With miles of beautiful sand and shingle beaches in Suffolk, there are no shortage of bracing seaside walks to enjoy. From October to April you're free to take your dog to any beach, and during the summer months you'll find a choice of beaches open to dogs near Aldeburgh, Felixstowe, Lowestoft and Southwold. Or perhaps your dog would prefer a walk in a grand country estate? As well as dog walking routes at the National Trust's Ickworth House, you'll find a pet-friendly café here with water bowls and you can even borrow a lead if you leave yours behind.
Pet-friendly accommodation in Suffolk covers all budgets, so hotel and in-room amenities can vary. Hotels at the higher end of the market often offer dining facilities and a bar, whilst standard accommodation might not have on-site facilities but will often be located close to other restaurants and cafés, including dog friendly pubs. Whether you're looking for a basic room to rest your head after a busy day or would prefer to stay somewhere with a spa for a little indulgent treat for tired muscles, you can take your pick of the pet-friendly hotels in Suffolk and enjoy your hotel break away with the furriest member of the family.