Hotels in Eastern England - Norfolk, Norwich, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire, Bury St Edmunds

Good Hotels in East Anglia

Eastern England, home of the Norfolk Broads

East Anglia is one of England's most historic and beautiful areas. Famed for the Norfolk Broads, a stunning network of more than 300km of waterways, now a national park, it is a haven for migrating birds, rare plans and wildlife such as otters. The region boasts four areas of outstanding natural beauty including the Chiltern Hills, the Dedham Vale and the wild Norfolk and Suffolk coasts. Aldeburgh on the Suffolk coast is the location of an internationally renowned annual music festival, inspired by the composer, Benjamin Britten.

The directory below presents some of the Guide's selected Hotels in East Anglia. You can use Advanced Search for other hotels or click on the map to see other hotels.

Good Hotels in East Anglia - Norfolk, Norwich, Suffolk, Bury St Edmunds, Essex, Cambridgeshire

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Featured hotels in East Anglia

The Wentworth, ALDEBURGH, Suffolk

Opposite the shingle beach in this small coastal town, Michael Pritt's 'well-situated', 'traditional and friendly' hotel attracts many return visitors. They like the 'personal attention of the owner


The Rose & Crown, SNETTISHAM, Norfolk

Opposite a cricket pitch in the village centre, Jeannette and Anthony Goodrich's quintessential English inn is in a whitewashed 14th-century building with low beams, leaning walls, twisting passages