Here are some other hotels nearby that we have reviewed
6 miles away
On the market square, this 18th-century inn with onsite brewery has jazzy bedrooms in dolly-mixture colours, Adnams beers in the Tap Room, pub classics and contemporary seasonal fare in the Still Room.
Cranes, container ships, Holland-bound ferries … The views from this quayside Victorian hotel, with its striking iron-lace balcony overlooking the Stour and Orwell estuaries, are ocean-going, stirring, never dull.
At this Grade I listed Georgian House of Assemblies, where glamorous event spaces drip with chandeliers, you’ll find a restaurant, cookery school, and 15 spacious bedrooms, styled with pizzazz and a sense of fun, several with their own garden or lounge.
In a lovely Suffolk village, this wonky, yellow-painted, timber-frame inn is an inviting place, with log fires, appealing, characterful bedrooms, and a mix of pub classics and more adventurous dishes served in the bar, restaurant and alfresco.