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Tuddenham Mill has been carefully and stylishly refurbished to provide a fabulous dining experience in a stunning setting. This traditional Suffolk watermill, close to Newmarket, Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds, has a great ambience, and the passion of the team behind the restaurant is evident throughout.
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Whatever time of day, the views across the sea and around the idyllic coastal bay of Southwold are stunning from our restaurant. Feel the waves lapping beneath your feet as you tuck into a fabulous feast, there's always fresh fish on the menu and a delightful range of platters to pick from. Alfresco dining is also available, sip a glass of beautiful wine in the gentle breeze of the sea and enjoy one of our classically prepared dishes. Where possible our food is locally sourced and always f...
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Church House, nestling in a Special Landscape Area, has three comfortable well appointed bedrooms with double aspects overlooking churches and peaceful countryside. This beautiful relaxing artists' home full of books and fresh flowers is a delightful mix of family antiques, contemporary art and film/BBC props. The large garden - adjacent to an archaeological site - is a haven for wildlife with chairs and hammock in the orchard inviting idle relaxation. Scrumptious breakfasts include home made...
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This long-established, beautiful parkland course is set in 150 acres of undulating Suffolk countryside. It is host to the Suffolk Amateur in 2019, and the course provides a challenge for all standards of golf. The clubhouse provides a warm welcome and a fabulous standard of catering.
19.9 miles from centre of Suffolk
Prepare to be pampered. That's the message that comes across loud and clear when you cross the threshold at the spa at Maison Talbooth. Glide through the doors and take your time to adjust into relaxation mode by sinking into the deep comfy sofa, sipping a glass of fruit juice and flicking through your favourite mags. Once you're suitably chilled, enter the sensory-stimulating treatment room, lay back and experience a clutch of targeted Dermalogica facials and body rituals and Jessica nail se...
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Camomile Cottage B&B provides luxury bed and breakfast accommodation and has been awarded a 4 Star Silver rating by East of England Tourist Board. A rustic 16th century Grade II listed Suffolk cottage in a quiet rural location it is ideally situated for exploring the historic towns and villages of East Anglia. Heavily timbered, furnished with antiques and with large gardens it offers privacy in a rural location. Two double rooms with luxury en-suites. Large guest lounge with two comfy sofas, ...
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14.7 miles from centre of Suffolk
Choose between a delightfully open woodland glade, or stay within the forest where your cabin blends harmoniously with the woodland surroundings. All Golden Oak Treehouse cabins come with a hot tub and for many of our guests, having their own hot tub is the highlight of their holiday. There is something rather splendid about lying back in your hot tub, glass in hand, with the night forest around you. Perfect any time of the year, they are especially indulgent when it's cold outside on a h...
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Step back in time at Sutton Hoo Sutton Hoo in the heart of rural suffolk is the Anglo-Saxon burial mounds where a royal Anglo-Saxon ship-burial was discovered. The grave is thought to be that of Raedwald, King of the Angles and Overlord of England. award-winning Exhibition tells the story of Anglo-saxon East Anglia plus full-size reconstruction of the burial chamber and incredible replica treasures. A fascinating day out for everyone. restaurant, shop, children´s play area, woodland t...
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Milsoms Kesgrave Hall is situated in over 40 acres of lawn and woodland just moments away from the A12. The hotel is dog-friendly and has two AA rosettes in the brasserie.
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Tuddenham Mill is a stunningly converted historic watermill set in a picturesque location on a millpond near Newmarket, and within striking distance of both Bury St Edmunds and Cambridge. Beautifully modernised (there has been a factory on the site for over a millenium), it combines traditional charm with modern sophistication and is the ideal location for an unforgettable and intimate wedding. The surrounding 12 acres of enchanting Suffolk countryside offer a wealth of opportunities for ...
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Haughley House is a genuine manor house, with manorial records going back to the 14 century. It is an award-winning B&B located in the centre of Suffolk, making it an easy drive to many county attractions.
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Once the home farm to Sibton Park and without doubt the oldest building onthe estate, the farmhouse has been faithfully restored and extended using suffolk materials to create an unusual family homestead. As with all Wilderness properties, the farmhouse is only available on an exclusive-use basis making it the ideal venue for fine parties, special family celebrations and corporate shin-digs. The friendly, knowledgeable and discreet staff members are on hand to ensure an enjoyable and memor...
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For more than 250 years, the accommodation at The Jockey Club Rooms has given a home-away-from-home for some of the most significant individuals from society. This staggering collection of 18 country house-style bedrooms and an independent townhouse offers the ideal harmony between simple solace and rich extravagance, making for a truly memorable experience. Accommodation is accessible for non-member use during certain periods, so what better approach to finish your visit to British Horse rac...
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Suffolk Retreats offers luxury accommodation for up to 24 guests in a selection of 5 properties. Perfect for large group get togethers, family reunions and hen parties. Set in the heart of the wonderful Suffolk countryside but only just over an hour from London. The perfect weekend getaway. Option to add use of large hot tub too.
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The Great House is sheltered within a stunning 14th-century building in the beautiful medieval village of Lavenham. It has a fascinating history but since 1985 it has become a renowned French restaurant with five luxurious bedrooms offering guests the chance to stay and dine in this unique boutique hotel whilst enjoying a stay in the English countryside.
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9.9 miles from centre of Suffolk
Bressingham is South Norfolk's largest tourist attraction, for this is where founder Alan Bloom combined his his passion for plants and gardens with his love of steam! Bressingham now boats 4 railways, almost 20 acres of gardens, the Dad's Army museum, and many other interesting exhibits.
19.9 miles from centre of Suffolk
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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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A warm welcome awaits… Set in lush gardens on the banks of the River Lark, the hotel offers ample free parking, a sun terrace, bar, bistro restaurant and business conference facilities. Originally built around 1720, the Riverside House Hotel provides a friendly, informal and relaxed atmosphere within elegant, spacious and tastefully decorated surroundings.
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Manor Farm Barn is a four-star self-catering accommodation in the Suffolk countryside . Built in the early 1700s. It’s a grade II listed building .
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19.8 miles from centre of Suffolk
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Milsoms is situated close by the river Stour in the middle of beautiful countryside but still only a 5-minute drive from the A12. Milsoms has an on-site restaur
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If there's such a thing as a perfect country escape, Church Farmhouse in an unspoilt area of Suffolk, would certainly make the grade. Imagine a 17th Century retreat, next to a thatched church, with rare breed cattle grazing amid abundant birdsong. Idyllically set in three acres of grounds and orchard, it features three bedrooms overlooking the gardens and countryside beyond. Friendly and welcoming, host Sara is on hand to whip up delicious meals from her Aga-warm kitchen or advise you on near...
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Envision a moated Tudor Hall set inside a 400-acre deer park, with grand Grade 1 listed gardens as the setting to one of the greatest days of your life.
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Here at Nine Jars we are all about relaxing, socialising and having a great time. Whether you are eating or drinking with us we want you to feel right at home! Need anything, just ask. From the minute we open in the morning to the moment we close the doors at night we are dedicated to serving you fabulous food and delightful drinks. Our menus are all designed to complement each other, our range of on tap beers each complement dishes on the small plates menu and our charcuterie wit...
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Gainsborough's House: The childhood home of the artist Thomas Gainsborough, R.A. (1727–1788). Historic house dating back to the 16th century with an attractive walled garden. The outstanding collection, of Gainsborough´s paintings, drawings and prints, is shown together with 18th-century furniture and memorabilia. A varied programme of temporary exhibitions of historic British and contemporary art is shown throughout the year.
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Suffolk Retreats offers exclusive use of traditional marquee set in the wonderful Suffolk countryside, nestling in 9 acres of private grounds. For wedding groups of up to 150 guests. Ideal for garden party style weddings where you want exclusive use of the site, and with accommodation for up to 24 guests, included in the price you pay. No hidden extras.
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Crow's Hall is a beautifully preserved and fully-moated 16th century Manor Hall, situated within its own 400 acres of rolling Suffolk landscape. Its magnificent buildings include an exceptional Tudor barn, now made available for truly unique wedding receptions by its welcoming owner.
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This stunning Grade 1* listed Tudor mansion is situated within an impressive 350-acre estate and is an exclusive use wedding venue, which exudes historic charm.
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The popularity of the waterside Eaterie Restaurant makes it a destination for many Suffolk locals, and visitors from further afield. The dishes are modern & continue to surprise with a curious and delicious twist. Our head chef is always looking for fresh local produce when he's not in the kitchen. His passion for supporting Suffolk's small holders and independent producers is with good cause when you sample some of the tasty delights the team produce. Enjoy the view of the waterfront, ...
19.8 miles from centre of Suffolk
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This half timbered country house hotel in the heart of the beautiful Vale of Dedham has been run by the Milsom family for well over 50 years. The beamed riversi
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Absolutely perfect for a weekend's pottering, Hintlesham Hall in the rolling Suffolk countryside is the quintessential English country house. It's a 16th century grade one listed Elizabethan manor house with a wonderfully long driveway for you to grandly sweep down, with 33 glorious bedrooms and suites. The head chef conjures up gourmet dishes, many of which incorporate fresh herbs from the hall's gardens. In the sophisticated grand salon expect fine dining (all exquisite chandeliers and cri...
19.8 miles from centre of Suffolk
Le Talbooth is one of the finest wedding venues in East Anglia. Originally the 'toll booth' for river traffic in the 1600s, guests can expect a building that is full of character in an unrivalled position beside the river Stour.
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Ickworth makes an exception day out, with plenty to see for all the family. The Rotunda was built in the 18th century to house the treasures and artefacts collected by the 4th Earl of Bristol on his grand tours of Europe, and is quite something. The rather eccentric Hervey family continued to add to the collection for the next 200 years, and also built one the very first Italianate gardens in this country. Having explored the gardens and parkland, visitors can travel back to the 1930s...
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Sutherland House offers good food in comfortable, contemporary surroundings and is passionate about locally sourced, fresh food. Food miles are published against each item on the menu so pan fried mackerel with samphire, spinach and balsamic racks up 14 food miles, while the chef's signature rack of English lamb, butternut squash puree, crushed new potatoes and local vegetables has travelled just 4 miles to the plate with the veg sourced from the hotel's allotment up the road. Sutherland Hous...
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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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East Bergholt Place, set in 20 acres, is a wonderful garden and arboretum. Originally laid out at the beginning of the 20th century by the present owners Great Grandfather and described as a `Cornish Garden in Suffolk´. With a marvellous collection of unusual plants, rhododendrons, camellias, magnolias, shrubs and fine trees, many originating from the renowned plant collector George Forrest and particularly beautiful in spring. An excellent specialist plant centre can be found in the Victoria...
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Oxnead Hall includes a beautiful medieval church in the grounds, and is a truly lovely wedding venue set in the fabulous Norfolk countryside.
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Weddings at the Jockey Club Rooms are sincerely unique. Envision a setting saturated with history and known for its quality. Imagine a gathering encompassed by rich silk backdrop and equestrian showstoppers. Envision gourmet cooking and administration conveyed to a level fit for The Queen. Now envision this was not the stuff of dreams. Envision that this degree of selectiveness was not simply saved for honorability. Imagine the potential outcomes. A wedding at The Jockey Club Rooms makes the ...
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Formal gardens comprised of topiary, herbs, roses, box, fruit trees and wandering peacocks, guinea fowl and chickens nestle up to the Elizabethan manor house, with head-high yew hedges working as windbreaks, necessary in East Anglia which is a region known for its 'lazy winds'.
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Discover the exciting History of Melford Hall Melford Hall is one of East Anglia´s most celebrated Elizabethan houses that has changed little since 1578, and has been the home of the Hyde Parker family since 1786. The original panelling is still in the banqueting hall, which is filled with family portraits, also a Regency library, Victorian bedrooms and a fine collection of furniture and porcelain. On display is a small collection of memorabilia from Beatrix Potter, who was related to...
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Norfolk House occupies a lovely spot overlooking the church and war memorial in Cheveley, a picturesque village close to Newmarket in Suffolk. After a long journey enjoy a refreshing cup tea and cake on arrival and luxuriate in the peaceful setting surrounded by gardens, a swimming pool (open in summer) and horses grazing in the fields beyond. Choose from the Blue room with en-suite shower and long country views; the French room, with its gorgeous king size bed complemented by antique furnitu...
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Private tours through The Jockey Club Rooms can be organised on dates that fall outside of the racing calendar. These intriguing tours, which incorporate comical stories of rich and well known racing nobility, last approximately 90 minutes and can be orchestrated to incorporate lunch, evening tea or supper. Outside of our racing calendar we are happy to arrange exclusive bespoke tours of Newmarket for private groups via our affinity with Discover Newmarket. In the past these tours have no...
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The Great House Restaurant and Hotel in Lavenham, Sudbury, Suffolk, has been placed in Britain's Top 100 Restaurants by the Sunday Times and Harden's Guide and UK' Top 30 French Restaurants in 2016'. Expect modern French cooking displays with fresh twists and clear flavours. There's daily changing menus featuring best Suffolk and East Anglia produce as well as a superbly appointed French and local cheese board. Service from the team at The Great House is all about being knowledgeable, persona...
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The Angel's award-winning selection of AA rosette food and drink, serving superb modern British cuisine. Our head chef continually surprises with a curious twist of something delicious, sourcing fresh local produce from surrounding market gardeners. The breads baked in house are testament to the care taken to achieve that special taste and there are 30 varieties of quality wines all served by the glass.
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Explore the architectural marvel of Ickworth House Ickworth House was created by the eccentric Earl of Bristol, with its central rotunda and curved corridors, to house his superb collection of paintings by Titian, Gainsborough, Reynolds and Velasquez, and a magnificent Georgian silver collection. In the drawing room are two fine Portugese pier glasses in heavy gilt Rococo. The house is surrounded by an Italian garden, an orangery and temple rose garden, and set in a Capability Brown p...
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Poplars Farmhouse is a listed home tucked away in the heart of Constable Country. Situated in a very peaceful setting amongst fields and trees, yet only a short walking distance from the picturesque village of Stoke by Nayland. Your hosts invite you to enjoy this beautiful ambiance and tranquility whilst at the same time offer you top quality accommodation, food and hospitality.
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The Hangar at Kesgrave Hall has been transformed with silk lining, carpet, state of the art lighting with the whole ceiling covered with the most amazing black star cloth lighting. The reception area has suspended lighting and huge leather sofas, a perfect relaxing area away from the party. Extensive work has also taken place outside, landscaping ‘the secret garden' an area which will be used exclusively for weddings and parties and will become the perfect backdrop for wedding photos.
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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. ...
19.8 miles from centre of Suffolk
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Milsoms, in Dedham, has been open for some 18 years and consists of a lively bar and brasserie, along with 15 guest bedrooms. It's an ideal place to stay and discover this delightful part of East Anglia.
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Milsoms Kesgrave Hall's restaurant provides a fabulously relaxed setting for drinks or dining and is open all day. Whether you're after breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, a drink with friends or just a delicious coffee while you work, the bar brasserie will have just what you fancy – and there's no need to book! There's even a covered outdoor terrace looking out across the sweeping lawns so you can enjoy outdoor dining at any time of day.
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De Vere House B&B Grade 1 listed Medieval House in Lavenham. There are two en-suite fourposter bedrooms with private guest sitting room & entrance.
19.7 miles from centre of Suffolk
Maison Talbooth is a luxury red star hotel overlooking the Constable Country and the Dedham Vale. The hotel has a civil wedding license for up to 50 guests, and 12 superb bedrooms. A tennis court and pool with pool house and hot tub are also available on site. A day spa with three treatment rooms to pamper and relax before the big day can be arranged.
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This 3.5 acre walled garden dates back to around 1700 but was probably extended around in the 1760s. It's huge walls, one heated on the north side, are in good condition. The walled garden has a dividing wall down the middle that separates the vast kitchen garden with a smaller ornamental pleasure garden. The kitchen garden is unusual for containing an internal walled area designed to maximise the south facing aspect, and used to contain exotic (for the time) fruit such as pineapples. T...
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Helmingham Hall Gardens, the ancestoral home of the Tollemache family for the past 500 years, who enjoy sharing their passion for the beautiful gardens. Surrounded by the impressive Tudor moated Hall set in a 400 year old ancient deer park. Complimented by a wonderful balance of nature and the modern accents inspired by the current Lady Tollemache, a well-known garden designer and Chelsea Gold Medal Winner. There is a relaxed atmosphere for people to enjoy the serenity and tranquility of the ...
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Crossways Farm is more than a place to stay: it is a destination. As well as a luxury bed and breakfast reserved exclusively for you, it is a restorative place for all ages to relax in peaceful surroundings while enjoying the countryside and its wildlife, and of course a place to have fun. Set in 2.5 acres of gardens, Crossways Farm is a Grade II listed farmhouse of late 14th Century origin, located in Hitcham, central Suffolk, only 15 minutes from the famous medieval wool town of Lavenham...
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16.8 miles from centre of Suffolk
Wortwell Hall Barn is an idyllic 18th Century Grade 11 Listed building, set in the Waveney Valley in the heart of the Norfolk countryside, just two miles from the Market Town of Harleston, on the boarders of Norfolk and Suffolk and centrally located for most of Norfolk's attractions, including the famous Norfolk Broads. We are located half a mile from the village of Wortwell within a small hamlet accessed by a private road, this makes the location an ideal place to relax and enjoy a break ...
15.6 miles from centre of Suffolk
The English Whisky Co. was England's first registered whisky distillery in over 100 years, nestled in the heart of Norfolk between Norwich and Newmarket.
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14.7 miles from centre of Suffolk
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Thorpe Forest lies in woodland on the banks of the River Thet, close to where the Norfolk and Suffolk borders meet. Here you can escape to a luxury cabin and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of a leafy setting with riverside walks. Choose to stay within the forest, or in a delightful open glade. The forest itself is a delicate patchwork of pines, heath land and broad leaf trees, and home to a rich variety of British wildlife, including deer, squirrels, pheasants, wood larks and night jars. Th...
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Sometimes called Kensington On Sea, Southwold attracts many folk who are looking for the ultimate English seaside experience. The Crown's crowded bar with yellow walls and high-backed pews serves lighter food while the more formal green dining room in the handsome hotel is where you'll find modern British dishes devised by executive head chef Tyler Torrance. Local produce gets Mediterranean twist in starters such as thinly sliced rare Sotherton fillet of beef with rocket, Parmesan and calamar...
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Bruisyard Hall and Barn sits tucked away in 700 acres of rural, quintessential Suffolk countryside. A private estate to call your own, the Hall is encompassed in a mixture of fabulous grassland, farmland, woodland and gardens. Just 9 miles from the beautiful Suffolk coast, Bruisyard Hall brings a world of peace and tranquillity.
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Hidden Treasure for ALL to enjoy… Get away from it all, relax and unwind at Ufford Park Woodbridge Hotel, Golf & Spa where our friendly, helpful staff are committed to ensuring your visit is perfect. Our family-run and owned hotel boasts 90 spacious rooms, many with balconies where you can relax and enjoy beautiful views over 120 acres of historic parkland. Savor a lovely meal in the recently refurbished Park Restaurant, taking in fantastic views over our award-winning golf course, o...
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Bruisyard Hall is a magnificent country house dating back to 1354. Combined with the beautifully refurbished events Barn and 700 acre estate, it makes a truly magical countryside wedding venue.
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Languidly placed on a hill, Holbeck's House with its mellow façade and large bay windows is surrounded by its own parkland and grounds.
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Combine the former estate's stables, the four bedroom Clockhouse, with its clock tower and Georgian proportions with the Barn which interconnects discreetly to create a seven bedroom escape perfect for families with children and larger groups. There is underfloor heating throughout the accommodation, which is all arranged on one floor. The large kitchen & breakfast room has doors opening onto the private courtyard. From the dining room, double doors open to the drawing room with its kilim-...
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Drinkstone Park Bed and Breakfast & Gardens, near Bury St Edmunds, set in 3 acres of beautiful gardens and woodland, is the home of Michael and Christine who have turned Drinkstone into a comfortable and welcoming B&B. The 3 double rooms and 1 single room are all en-suite with freeview television, wi-fi and tea/coffee making facilities. Breakfast is served in the dining room, is always cooked to order and where ever possible sourced from the best local ingredients - the eggs come from their ...
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18.8 miles from centre of Suffolk
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The Crown in the picturesque village of Stoke-by-Nayland is just a 90 minute drive from London. Offering boutique, yet affordably indulgent rooms, well-presented bistro food and an array of good drinking options and located in the midst of an area of outstanding natural beauty, The Crown is the perfect getaway. The 16th century pub has an intimate, relaxed interior and modern dining room with a couple of cosy corners. When the weather is fine there is a choice of outdoor seating areas. The fi...
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Newmarket's two magical racecourses, The Rowley Mile and The July Course, together form a great venue in the East of England. But not only are they used for the exhilarating excitement of world class flat racing but you will also find pulsating music nights, great value family days, award-winning restaurants and exceptional conference and events facilities. Newmarket Racecourses host around 40 race days in the year – split between The Rowley Mile and The July Course. Highlights on The Rowley ...
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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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48.5 miles from centre of Suffolk
The Muckleburgh Military Collection has over 150 working tanks, guns and vehicles, in addition to thousands of smaller military exhibits. It tells the story of
44.9 miles from centre of Suffolk
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Barsham Barns provide the perfect setting for your North Norfolk country cottage break: from cosy cottage to a magnificent holiday barn conversion where family or friends can gather for a group holiday or special party. This is luxury 5 Star self-catering accommodation in beautifully designed, Norfolk holiday cottages that are fully equipped to make sure you have a relaxing break. Stay for anything from three nights to a fortnight; we offer Norfolk short breaks all year round, except in Jul...
38.8 miles from centre of Suffolk
Stay in a Windmill, perfectly placed to explore North Norfolk, Norwich and the Broads. Aylsham is a lovely, vibrant yet very old market town.
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48.5 miles from centre of Suffolk
The Wiveton Bell situated a mile from Blakeney, close to the unspoilt salt marshes of the North Norfolk coastal landscape which is a listed site of Outstanding Natural Beauty. We are open all day for drinks both summer and winter and have four locally selected Guest Beer's which are sold alongside premium draught lager and a carefully selected wine list and a selection of local Gins.
52.4 miles from centre of Suffolk
Heacham Manor Hotel is the first golf hotel in the West Norfolk area, and the Championship length 18-hole golf course is a challenging course with some of the best greens in the area. The Course is designed in a links style and will challenge all levels of golfers. The natural features of the Heacham and Ringstead rivers run through the course and the design maximises these to their full potential, being an integral part of the 3rd, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th holes. The course also b...
37.5 miles from centre of Suffolk
Three times Winner of Wedding Ideas Magazine ‘Best Wedding Venue', this magnificent Tudor mansion is one of the most sought after wedding venues in the country and has twenty five years of experience in providing perfect wedding days. Set in 40 acres of parkland, complete with lakes, lawns and a sweeping driveway, Leez Priory is offered to you exclusively for your wedding day. Civil ceremonies can be performed in any of seven licensed settings including the stunning Great Tower which stan...
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46.3 miles from centre of Suffolk
Sandringham House, Her Majesty The Queen's private home, is set in 60 acres of beautiful gardens. All the main ground-floor rooms used by The Royal Family, containing absorbing collections of porcelain, jade and family portraits, are open to the public, as well as the fascinating Museum and the charming parish church.
31.7 miles from centre of Suffolk
Urban-luxe meets rural beauty at Swynford Manor, a surprising and delightfully different wedding venue situated near the city of Cambridge. Beautiful countryside and immaculate green grounds surround Swynford Manor, and as you walk through its doors, you'll be enveloped in luxury.
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32.2 miles from centre of Suffolk
Since it opened in 1990, Strattons has been determined to make the best use possible of the seasonal produce that is available locally and in the wider Norfolk area. Eggs are from the hotel's own chickens and fruit is picked in the on-site orchard. All food is prepared on-site, and awards have been plenty over the years, for the food, wine, service and overall appeal.
25.7 miles from centre of Suffolk
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The contemporary brasserie bar and restaurant is ideal for get-togethers with family and friends as well as for business gatherings.
53.4 miles from centre of Suffolk
Sitting on the stunning North Norfolk coast, this pretty inn dates back to the 16th century, and it remains an enticing location for visitors who want a comfortable place to stay and an excellent meal. Mixing modern style with rustic chic, The Chequers Inn has a friendly and relaxed ambience that appeals to locals and visitors.
24.3 miles from centre of Suffolk
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The perfect base to explore the Norfolk countryside. The hotel boasts individually designed rooms and luxury suites. Despite its rural location and picturesque
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46.9 miles from centre of Suffolk
Discover the beautiful Felbrigg Hall in the heart of East Anglia Felbrigg Hall is one of the finest 17th century houses in East Anglia, with its original 18th century collection of furniture, mainly English and French, and one of the largest collections of Grand Tour paintings by a single artist. The outstanding library, with Gothic bookcases, has a collection of leather bound books. The restored Walled Garden has a working dovecote and the National Collection of Colchicums. The orange...
33.5 miles from centre of Suffolk
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Originally opened as an alehouse in 1847, The Three Hills is a delightful 17th Century Grade II listed pub located in Bartlow, 14 miles from Cambridge. With six en-suite luxury bedrooms and an award-winning restaurant The Three Hills is the perfect place to unwind. Wood burning stoves, underfloor heating and a beautiful garden. Dogs and children welcome.
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49.3 miles from centre of Suffolk
Perhaps one of the most unique B&Bs in the country, Cley Windmill is certainly very different, and offers a warm welcome and a comfortable stay. On the ground floor, the circular sitting room, filled with antique furniture and comfy sofas, is a great place to sit, relaxing in front of the open fire. The beamed dining room, which forms part of the original warehouse that dates to 1713, is a stylish and relaxing place to eat. Upstairs, the rooms all have superb views out across the mar...
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33.0 miles from centre of Suffolk
Carrick's at Castle Farm is an award winning guest house located on the banks of the River Wensum in Swanton Morley, Dereham, Norfolk. It has been the home of the Carrick family for almost 100 years and the guest house is at the heart of the family farm, which comprises 550 acres of arable and grassland. The farm has a Pennyspot herd of 40 Rare Breed White Park cows and their calves together with the de Morley herd of Lincoln Red Cattle. The guest house is open all year round and provides ...
32.2 miles from centre of Suffolk
Strattons is a small independent family-run boutique hotel secluded in the historic market town of Swaffham. Award-winning Green hotel & chic restaurant serving organic and locally sourced produce in an innovative and exciting modern English style. Art, design, luxury and comfort feature strongly throughout the hotel. Individual, sumptuous, eclectic, hip and funky bedrooms; cool contemporary style with originality. Swaffham is situated in the Brecks, a unique beautiful landscape stretch...
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37.1 miles from centre of Suffolk
Hoveton Hall is a unique B & B run by the Buxton Family. Nestled close to the Norfolk Broads the B & B prides itself on providing luxury accommodation in fabulous surroundings. Catering for all ages, it is so much more than somewhere to stay.
31.1 miles from centre of Suffolk
Discover the romantic moated manor house and gardens, Oxburgh Hall The Oxburgh Hall garden surrounds the wonderful moated Tudor manor house built in 1482 by the Bedingfeld family. Lawns fringed with fine trees, a Victorian parterre planted by Sir Henry Paston-Bedingfeld in the mid 19th century, lined with box and permanent plantings of Cineraria `Silver Dust´ and Ruta graveolens `Jackman´s Blue´. The dazzling summer bedding for the parterre included ageratums and French marigolds. The ...
22.6 miles from centre of Suffolk
The distinctive white and blue facade of this harbour side hotel makes it an easy landmark to spot. There is a capable bistro on the ground floor but it's the first floor restaurant that steals the show and the best views of Harwich quay and the contributing estuaries. Before dinner guests can sip a glass of champagne in the polished pewter bar before entering the buff and cream toned restaurant with comfortable leather banquettes. Seafood is the mainstay of the menu with perhaps dressed c...
25.7 miles from centre of Suffolk
Disabled access
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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48.4 miles from centre of Suffolk
Disabled access
The restaurant at The Grove Cromer opened in 2011 serving locally produced seasonal food to both residents and non-residents alike. In 2014, The Grove was awarded two rosettes for culinary excellence and these were retained in 2016. Norfolk is famed for it's wealth of natural produce and The Grove has always tried to put this at its forefront. Seasonal dishes include Gunton venison, Hevingham chicken, seafood fished out of Lowestoft and Colchester, as well as crabs and lobsters caught daily...
38.5 miles from centre of Suffolk
Explore One of Britain's Finest Jacobean Mansions English Heritage makes the most of the house's story and its successive owners (including Thomas Audley, Lord Chancellor to Henry VIII, earls, kings and the Neville family in the 19th and 20th century) by offering up a whole host of activities such as meeting the horses and costumed characters in the stables, hearing about what cook used to make in the kitchen and tours led by dressed up staff detailing what life was like above and bel...
42.4 miles from centre of Suffolk
It is river-side living, quite literally, at Mill Ford House B&B, Fakenham, where you can hear the rushing of the Old Sculthorpe Mill as you drift off to sleep in the spacious lodge. The lodge is situated at the end of the garden of owners Alexandra and Joanathan Fryer who have converted it into a luxurious self-contained unit with kitchenette, living area and bedroom complete with outside seating area from which to take in the rural idyll which surrounds you. Breakfast is a luxurious affair ...
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