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Suffolk Hotels

Suffolk Hotels offer the complete choice of hotel options, from small independent hotels to larger facilities providing luxurious leisure and dining breaks.
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In Suffolk you'll find examples of luxury that few anywhere can beat – if you feel that life owes you the break of the decade, you can choose a wonderfully self-spoiling environment. Why get up? Whatever time that you decide to get up, Suffolk is the place to laze, or spoil yourself with sights and activities. The heart of Hintlesham Hall is the opportunity simply to relax and perhaps wander around the grounds or countryside before enjoying Chef's latest menus and depleting our award winning wine cellar. Health & Beauty and other specialist treatments and a fully equipped gym with helpful instructors now complement the pool (in season) at Hintlesham, so check it out now.

But don’t worry if you are on a budget. Suffolk Hotels are wide ranging and for those looking for value for money attentive staff and pretty rooms can be found for you too. For example, in Ipswich, Holiday Inn Orwell has 60 rooms on offer, catering to the corporate as well as the leisure markets. See Suffolk Budget Hotels for more details

History enthusiasts can contemplate hostelries as they once were. One can find examples of hotels in Suffolk that have survived since the 15th century complete with its medieval paintings. A lovely example is the Framlingham Crown Hotel which is a fantastic example of a 16C Coaching Inn.

Or there's the charming Limes Hotel in lovely Needham Market, a graceful town with Georgian houses in the High Street, and excellent examples of Tudor architecture in the centre of this small historic town.


For those wanting a more rural experience, several Suffolk Hotels and Pub Hotels have converted barns, farm buildings and hostelries and turned them in to luxury accommodation. The George, Cavendish is a great example of a small, high quality restauirant with rooms being converted from an old Pub!

Romance can be accommodated in quantity. Suffolk boasts some of the oldest, most interesting, and beautifully located hotels in England. Several hotels in Suffolk hold civil licences and have become specialists in marriages with wedding breakfasts to follow – such is the power of Suffolk to scent the romance and tie the knot. See Suffolk Wedding Hotels for full details


And for the foodies amongst us, .The Crown and Castle in Orford is highly recommended. Run by Ruth Watson an award-winning food writer and a long-time contributor to Sainsbury’s Magazine and BBC Good Food. She has also written three best-selling books, The Really Helpful Cookbook, Fat Girl Slim and Something for the Weekend.

Closer to the Essex border, Milsoms Hotel and Restaurant also has a first class reputation for contemporary gastro-bar, with 15 stylish and modern bedrooms. Well worth checking out checking in

If messing about on the River is more your thing, positioned alongside the River Lark, Mildenhall, the Riverside Hotel is an interesting option - it was originally built circa 1720 and has retained its enchanting traditional charm. Greeted by traditional roaring fires, guests will find a warm and friendly atmosphere complemented by our considerate and professional service.

Suffolk Hotels are never just Hotels – not in Suffolk, anyway.
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