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Luxury, 4 Star and 5 Star Hotels in East Anglia

East Anglia is a region of great beauty and romantic landscapes, and not surprisingly is the spiritual heartland of England's famous painters, Gainsborough and Constable. From St Albans with its Roman remains to Cambridge the home of one of England's most famous universities, East Anglia is full of wonderful churches, cathedrals and stately homes. Combined with the amusement parks, cross country walks and watersports, and you'll find something of interest for all ages. Luxury Hotels in East Anglia, including 4 Star and 5 Star Hotels. Maison Talbooth and Salthouse Harbour Hotel are listed below.
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Maison Talbooth is a country house hotel with 12 bedrooms and has been awarded 4 AA RED Stars. An outdoor pool heated all year round, pool house and all-weather tennis courts are just three examples of the hotels facilities. The in-house spa, called The Treatment Rooms, provides a quiet and tranquil environment to step back, relax and indulge.
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The Salthouse Harbour Hotel Suffolk goes beyond what you expect and exudes its 4 star status in every curious corner, eccentric sofa and unstuffy cushion. The sea-salted brickwork exterior has been restored & rejuvenated into a ship shape contemporary warehouse of rich modern interiors and rooms adorned with vintage furniture, sculptures and eclectic art. Within its comfy chic décor although the mood is friendly and relaxed, the staff are professionally attentive to your every need. The cuisi...
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Park Farm Hotel & Leisure is the perfect location for a relaxing break away. Nestled in over 200 acres of Norfolk countryside but only 6 miles from Norwich City
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The Grove is a Georgian country house with 10 bedrooms and five newly-built Orchard Rooms in the four acres of gardens. The Grove is full of character and charm and has been taking in guests since 1936, when it opened its doors. Three generations later, The Grove is still owned and run by the same family. It now features a two rosette restaurant using the wonderful local produce Norfolk has to offer, including a great deal of vegetables from its own garden. It also has an indoor pool and a...
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Only a short stroll from the golden sanded Holkham Beach stands The Victoria Inn. It is perfectly placed for discovering the county's windswept coastline and exploring the seaside towns and villages.
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Lynford Hall is one of West Norfolk's premier event venues, situated within 5 miles of the recently upgraded A11 and 1hr 45 minutes from Central London, also easily accessible from Norwich, Cambridge or Newmarket. The Hall itself has a rich history dating back from 1851 and houses 4 different sized function rooms which can lend themselves to either wedding reception, party or business meeting. Attached to the main building is also the Lyne Stephens Suite which can accommodate up to 250 peo...
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If one is looking for an exquisite experience in the Suffolk countryside, then guests need to look no further than Tuddenham Mill. A hotel where traditional style combines with chic furnishings to provide guests with a unique boutique hotel, restaurant or wedding venue. Tuddenham Mill has a natural passion for exquisite food and bedroom comforts.
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Surrounded by stunning gardens, woodland and tranquil lakes, this 18th-century manor house hotel is situated in a peaceful setting minutes from Colchester
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Heacham Manor Hotel is a 16th Century Manor House and is the perfect location for exploring the surrounding coast and countryside of North and West Norfolk.
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Check into this Georgian boutique hotel (in the true sense of the term) in Suffolk's Bury St Edmunds for a real treat. From the minute you walk through its ivy-clad frontage into the lobby, the hotel's divine sense of indulgence gently wafts across you. If you arrive mid-afternoon head straight for The Eaterie where afternoon tea (think large fruit scones with Jersey cream and jam) is served in gorgeous surroundings – original artwork hangs on every wall, illuminated by the grand chandelier. ...
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