The Great House Hotel is an authentic luxury boutique hotel in the middle of the medieval village of Lavenham in Suffolk, next to National Trust Lavenham Guildhall. This 15th century building with an imposing 18th century façade offers some of the best accommodation in the county. The bedrooms, each with its ensuite bathroom and four with seating or a separate lounge are light and elegant still retaining the wonderful charm of the house. A multitude of hidden delights include a mini-bar, espresso machines, plasma screen TV, wifi, hifi, hairdryers and ironing boards and the complimentary fruit and decanter of sherry offer a welcoming touch. The service is with a smile; knowledgeable and friendly, the all French team effortlessly ensure that customers thoroughly enjoy their stay.
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The Great House Restaurant and Hotel is part of the following Editors' Picks:
"In medieval times, the Suffolk town of Lavenham was one of the wealthiest towns in Britain, thanks to its lucrative wool trade. Today, the quaint timbre-framed town is home to a wonderful rural bolt hole; The Great House Restaurant and Hotel. The fifteenth century property has just five sought after en-suite bedrooms featuring plasma TVs and WiFi as well as a complimentary decanter of sherry for a warm welcome. Make sure you don’t miss its fantastic restaurant, voted as one of Britain’s top 100 by The Sunday Times."
"Lavenham is a small, beautifully preserved medieval town whose export of blue cloth made it one of the wealthiest communities in Tudor Britain. Its white half-timbered guildhall is owned by the National Trust and the Great House nearby is one of the UK’s top restaurants with rooms. There are just five highly individual bedrooms, including one with a Jacobean four-poster bed."
Information on The Great House Restaurant and Hotel , Market Place , Lavenham
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Types of room: 1 Standard, 1 Twin/King Double, 1 Attic King Double, 1 Deluxe Four Poster, 1 Deluxe Suite
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Credit Cards Accepted: Delta, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Visa
When Closed: January & 2 weeks in the Summer
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: No
Romantic Details: four-poster bedroom, historic village
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: No
Accreditation: AA 5 Star Restaurant with Rooms, AA 2 Rosettes
DVD player, Radio alarm, direct dial telephone, hifi, Wifi internet access, Four-poster beds available, Iron & board, luxury toiletries, Mini-bar, tea & coffee making facilities, fruit basket, mineral water, decanter of sherry
Walled garden, covered and heated patio, Award-winning restaurant
Golf, Tennis, Beauty and holistic therapy treatments, Local attractions, Art Galleries, shopping, concerts, Walking
|Local directions:||Please see our website for directions and Maps.|
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Ipswich/Colchester (15 miles) (35 mins)
London Stansted (55 mins) , London City (1 hour, 30 mins)
Sudbury (8 miles) (10 mins)
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Wed 06 Mar 2013 – Thu 19 Dec 2013
Special Leisure Break - Prices from £112.50 per person, per night, min 2 nts stay (Tue - Thu) so from £450 for 2 persons, 2 nights sharing a King bedroom with sitting area and bathroom, including dinners, bed and full English breakfasts.
Wed 06 Mar 2013 – Thu 19 Dec 2013
Sunday and Monday night Accommodation Offer - from £99 B&B, per night for 2 persons - except Bank Holiday Weekends.
Review of The Great House Restaurant and Hotel
Posted on by Abbi BType of travel: Couples
The attention to detail in both the rooms and food is superb!
One of the nicest and stylish places I have stayed! It was a real pleasure in a wonderful village! The little extras really do make this stay worth to be one of Britain's finest!
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