Good Hotel Guide Review
In a Suffolk village on the Stour Valley Path, Richard Sunderland’s ‘delightful’ pub and hotel is liked for its ‘characterful’ restaurant and ‘smart, modern’ bedrooms. Pull up a seat in the beamed dining area or eat under a parasol on the sunny terrace, where the views are of rolling countryside and Constable skies. A wide selection of brasserie-style food, including interesting vegetarian options, is served all day. Real ales and an ‘outstanding choice’ of wines come from the glass-walled shop on site; bottles can be purchased to take home. In a separate clapboard building, generously sized, well-equipped bedrooms (some with a private terrace) are decorated in country or contemporary style, and have a ‘very smart bathroom’. Excellent walking nearby.|bedrooms 11. Some on ground floor, 1 suitable for disabled. open All year except 25–26 Dec. facilities Bar, restaurant, terrace, wine shop, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, garden, parking. background music None. children All ages welcomed, not in restaurant after 8 pm. prices Per room B&B from £145. À la carte £35.
This hotel accepts room upgrade vouchers which entitle readers to a space available room upgrade. The voucher must be presented at check-in and is entirely at the hotelier’s discretion.