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The Old Bridge - 2 nights for the price of 1
Cley Windmill - 3 Nights for the Price of 2 Special Offer
Titchwell Manor - 10% Midweek Discount Special Offer
The Rose & Crown - Autumn Free Bottle of Wine Special Offer
The Sun Inn - Sunday Sleepover Special Offer
Bank House - £99 per Room Sunday Night D,B&B Special Offer
Tuddenham Mill - Three for Two Special Offer
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Congham Hall - Sunday Special Offer
The Lifeboat Inn - Dinner Bed & Breakfast Special Offer
Magazine Wood - Super Sundays and Mondays
The Pier at Harwich - Easter Break Two-night Special Offer
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Widescreen vistas of salt marshes and big skies rush to this family-friendly, quayside hotel. Helmed by Emma Stannard, with 'universally friendly and efficient staff', the north Norfolk grand dame is approaching its centenary.
Behind its Georgian front, the timber-framed Great House is as old as its neighbours in this medieval former wool town. It has been run as a restaurant-with-rooms since 2018 by Dominique Tropeano, owner of Colchester Zoo.
‘A lovely hotel with efficient, friendly staff,’ declares a trusted Guide reader this year after a third visit to the Nye family’s inn, which gazes across tidal salt marshes to Scolt Head Island and the open sea.
With views across gently undulating Hertfordshire countryside, this sprawling old building, with its outlying stables and barns, dates back to the 15th century.
A creeper-covered, former 18th-century coaching inn, The Neptune has been run as a ‘most enjoyable restaurant-with-rooms’ since 2007 by Kevin and Jacki Mangeolles – and has held its Michelin star since 2009.
In a rural village overlooking a medieval packhorse bridge across the River Kennett, this ‘revitalised’ Victorian boozer was the first venture for Philip Turner’s spreading Chestnut group.
An opulent wedding venue, hotel, art gallery and cookery school in one, The Assembly House offers history and contemporary style in a Grade I listed city-centre location.
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Where to stay in East Anglia
Encompassing all the hospitality of hoteliers from Norfolk to Cambridge, East Anglia is a rich and diverse part of the UK that offers history, beauty, cities, country and culture to visitors. Country house hotels and beautiful spots to go fishing, spectacular locations to play golf and places to visit with families or on a romantic holiday, it has it all.
With pretty market towns and villages, seasonal festivals and a wide reaching reputation for arts and culture, East Anglia offers ample opportunity to explore while visiting the area, whether it’s traversing the unique countryside in the form of the Norfolk Broads, the Brecks and Thetford Forest, or discovering the sandy beaches in Essex and Suffolk, creeks and salt marshes.
East Anglia’s cities offer much to enjoy as well. Cambridge in particular has a reputation that precedes it. The historic city of education has bustling markets and boutiques as well as impressive architecture, museums and dramatic skylines to explore – all the better from its plentiful riverside locations which make idyllic spots from which to watch the world go by.
The area’s hotels are as diverse as its opportunities, with the likes of Congham Hall in Kings Lynn and its spectacular herb garden placing it chief amongst the country’s hotels for gastronomic delights, while The Old Bridge in Huntingdon is an ivy-smothered Georgian town house that oozes charm. The Rose & Crown in Snettisham is a delightful 14th century inn which always has a host of special offers to take advantage of, and the likes of The Old Rectory are elegant examples of hotels with spectacular history and design.