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Kesgrave Hall hotel

Hall Road, Kesgrave, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP5 2PU

Kesgrave Hall hotel

Hall Road, Kesgrave, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP5 2PU

This charming four star Suffolk hotel opened in 2008 and boasts 23 en-suite bedrooms with plenty of wow factor – some even have bathtubs in the rooms and fabulous walk-in showers. Whichever room you choose, you can be sure of a delightful, comfortable stay, not to mention the complimentary wifi, soft drinks and snacks, and full Sky HD TV package thanks to Sky In-Room. wonderful.

Kesgrave Hall also has a Wedding Venue and Restaurant:

The Hanger, Kesgrave Hall (Wedding Venue Section)

Milsoms Kesgrave Hall (Restaurant Section)

Kesgrave Hall is part of the following Travel Ideas:

10 Hotels for The Best Martinis This Christmas by Adrian Mourby

"At Kesgrave Hall in Suffolk Joshua Vartan, Assistant Restaurant Manager, considers Sipsmith, the renowned Chiswick gin, the best for his martinis. He also rates Sipsmith’s vodka , if you prefer your martini made with East European petrol. “Sipsmith gin has subtle flavours,” he announced one dark evening recently. “Gentle orange marmalade, lemon tart and even hints of liquorice. This leaves a refreshing but mouth-watering, more-ish sensation”. Joshua always asks guests three simple martini questions: Gin or vodka? Shaken or stirred? Twist or olive? I was surprised when he told me that most guests still go with the theatre of their martini being shaken rather than stirred. As far as I’m concerned this creates a gin slushy but the customer is always right. Seeing my surprise Joshua conceded, “But those who know their cocktails go for the stirred option to really appreciate the flavours”. Joshua describes his bar (accurately) as “relaxed but buzzing”.He also likens it to “a saucepan and about to bubble over” which I’m not so sure about. I’m glad it was quieter than that the night that while I was there. By the way, for those with a sweeter tooth I’d recommend Kesgrave’s own invention, the Flirtini. It's a raspberry vodka cocktail with a sugar-rimmed glass, and Sipsmith vodka, of course"

Great pet friendly hotels in the UK by Adrian Mourby

"The 40 acres of Kesgrave Hall make this Suffolk hotel ideal for dog walkers. Built as a gentleman’s residence, Kesgrave was home to several schools before finally becoming a hotel under the guidance of entrepreneur Gerald Milsom . When possible the hotel puts dog owners in the eight courtyard rooms which allow easy access to the grounds. It’s quite likely you and your pet will be staying in rooms that used to belong to the headmaster. Dogs aren’t allowed in the bar or restaurant, but can eat out with their owners on the heated terrace."

Ten of the Best East Anglian Retreats by Jessica Baldwin

"Suffolk is home to countless picturesque villages and lively coastal market towns and Kesgrave Hall Hotel is the perfect boutique base from which to explore them. The stylish hotel has 23 en-suite bedrooms boasting dreamy beds, fluffy towels and free Wi-Fi. Quote Britain’s Finest when booking a two night stay between Wednesday April 3rd and Friday August 30th 2013 and you will get upgraded to the best available room. You will also enjoy a complimentary full English breakfast and three course dinner on both days, plus one champagne afternoon tea. This exclusive package is just £190 per person."

The Top Ten Restaurants to Take the Kids by Dinah Hatch

"You can’t book a table at the bistrot restaurant at Kesgrave but as it’s open all day, you should be able to bowl up and get a table pretty fast. The beauty of this place is that its lovely terrace overlooks a vast square lawn on which the kids from every table descend after eating and make friends beautifully – leaving you to enjoy a leisurely, usually locally sourced meal in the sun. The kid’s menu is great and includes some slightly more ambitious ingredients for older children like salmon and avocado."

Information on Kesgrave Hall hotel , Hall Road , Kesgrave , Ipswich

No. of bedrooms: Total: 23        
Types of room: Single, Double, Family
Room rates guide: Double/Twin:  £130.00-£305.00
Room with Breakfast
General info: Credit Cards Accepted:  Amex, Delta, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Solo, Visa
When Closed:  Open all year
Child Friendly:  Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly:  Dogs Permitted (at managers discretion)
Romantic Details: Fabulous bedrooms and bathrooms
Smoking Permitted:  No
Wheelchair Access:  Yes
Wheelchair Access Details: access to rooms, ramp, parking & toilets
Accreditation: AA 4 Star, AA Rosette
Room facilities: Flat screen TV, Satellite channels, Highspeed broadband/wireless access, Luxury toiletries, Mini-bar, tea & coffee making facilities
General facilities: Outside terrace, Bar, Brasserie restaurant, Wedding Receptions for up to 300, 3 meeting/private dining rooms, Conference facilities for up to 300, For up to 24 delegates, Open all day for food including afternoon tea
Activities nearby: Golf, Sailing, Walking
Local directions: Please see our website for directions.
Nearest major city:
Nearest major airport:
Nearest railway stn:
Ipswich (5 miles) (10 mins)
London Stansted (1 hour, 30 mins)
Ipswich (5 miles) (10 mins)

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