Suffolk is popular for its untouched rural areas and lovely villages, like Lavenham with its fine olf half-timbered buildings. There are fine coastal resorts, and the eccentric wonders of Ickworth House, near Bury St Edmunds.
To find a heritage-rated, historic hotel in Suffolk, select your desired location from the map or the menu below, or
use the search form to the right. You may also wish to consult the listings
for nearby hotels in Norfolk to the north or Essex to the south. For alternative accommodation, see our Suffolk
self catering guide and for suggestions on what to see and do in the area,
visit our Suffolk Travel Guide.
Stoke by Nayland,
An early 17th century Grade-II listed farmhouse. Thorington Hall is believed to have been built about 1600. The house is timber-framed with plastered walls, and … ... more