Sturmer Hall

Guest House in Haverhill, Suffolk

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Church Walk, Sturmer

Sturmer Hall, Haverhill

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Sturmer Hall, is neither a hotel nor a restaurant but a home away from home where having fun, relaxing and enjoying life are seen as the perfect things to do. A place where one can take the time to think, an elegant place, yet a place where you can relax and 'feel at home' whether your stay is work, rest or having fun with friends. Sturmer Hall is a dream come true for those who organise seminars and conferences.

Somewhere that brings together all they need in a really fantastic atmosphere

Sturmer Hall has no stiff rigid reception desk but instead a warm welcome from your host and the guarantee of a level of service you would expect in only the very best hotels. An English Country House surrounded with beautiful gardens, a moat and its own fishing lake make Sturmer Hall the ideal retreat for business or leisure customers intent on 'feeling at home' whenever away from the hubbub of city life. Conference or leisure; fun packed pleasure and the opportunity to relax with an amazing 40 choices of sports and leisure activities, either on site or very closeby.

Sturmer Hall has 10 Bedrooms, 5 Conference & Meeting Rooms plus a boardroom and several informal syndicate rooms in a peaceful rural location 30 minutes south of Cambridge Railway Station and 40 minutes from London Stansted Airport with direct flights to and from major European cities. Sturmer Hall is just 1 hour from London and ideally located when visiting Newmarket Racecourse, Duxford Airfield, Addenbrookes Hospital, Clare, Long Melford, Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill. The countryside around Sturmer Hall is welcoming in its natural simplicity.

The grounds are hilly and wooded and there is also a large orchard. There are 36 acres of green parkland and gardens surrounding the main house and the beautiful grounds are ideal for walking or biking or even picking up a rod and doing a spot of fly-fishing. You can slip quietly away to the library or secluded rose garden when ever the mood takes you or if you prefer lunch or dine with friends in our own country pub The Fox at Little Wratting.

Everyday we try and think of another way in which we can offer our services to give us even greater pleasure in looking after you in this superb place, full of charm with peace and quiet and grounds in which it feels so good to walk, look, listen or just simply breathe in the joy of being in such a lovely place.

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Nearby Historic Attractions

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Kedington, St Peter & St Paul's Church - 2.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Clare, St Peter and St Paul - 4.8 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Clare Priory - 4.9 miles (Abbey) Heritage Rating

Clare Ancient House Museum - 5.1 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Clare Castle - 5.1 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Cowlinge, St Margaret of Antioch Church - 7.1 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Denston, St Nicholas Church - 7.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Hedingham Castle - 7.8 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Kirtling, All Saints Church - 8.5 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Toddington Castle - 8.6 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

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