The hotel located on the edge of this unusual and quirky seaside village is only a few minutes from the beach adjacent to the famous Meare. Built in the 1920s as part of an Edwardian holiday village the hotel offers recently refurbished facilities incorporating 30 en-suite rooms, two bars and a restaurant, drawing room, library and snooker room. The atmosphere is in keeping with the traditonal and original concept but with modern facilities and 3 star standards.Some bedrooms overlook the well known and challenging 18 holes golf course, and several the Meare and gardens.
The terrace is ideal for al fresco dining or a pre dinner drink during the warmer months.Menus feature fresh local produce either for full dining in the restaurant or for a lighter menu in the Patio Bar. Wines and beers are supplied by Adnams of Southwold who are well know for quality, including local Suffolk cider, Broadside Beer and award winning wines.The hotel offers excellent golf, and cycle hire all year round and in the Summer rowing boats. High Lodge Shooting School is closeby, as is Snape Maltings the home of the Aldeburgh Music Festival.
The seaside towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold are well worth a visit for art galleries and gift shops and top of the range clothing.We look forward to welcoming you to Thorpeness.
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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