Small Hotel Big Welcome

In this blog we've been looking around Suffolk for some of the smaller hotels which still offer you a big welcome. There's so much to do and see in Suffolk its worth coming for a couple of days. If you are planning to see one of our shows then why not consider staying over to explore other parts of this picturesque part of the country?

The Grove House in Woodbridge is a quality guest house (AA 4 star rated) run with the aim of being a ‘home from home’. It consists of 10 ensuite bedrooms, all individually decorated. Each room has a TV, hair-dryer, plus tea and coffee making facilities. Delicious home cooked breakfasts, lunches and evening meals, using fresh local produce are served daily in a bright and airy restaurant. The licenced bar, though small and cosy, offers local beer and a selection of wines and spirits.

Ixworth House - A warm welcome awaits those travelling either for pleasure or business. A good night’s sleep in one of one of John and Sharyn's supremely comfortable beds, a luxurious shower or wallow in the roll-top bath (Bedroom 3). Savour a delicious breakfast in their chic and elegant Dining Room or if you need to depart early, ask for one of their ‘On the Move’ picnics which will set you up for a great day exploring Suffolk.

Finjaro Guest House, Sproughton is only 2 miles from Ipswich, so has easy access to A12 and A14. Set in quiet countryside surrounded by open fields and within easy reach of 'Constable Country' and the 'Heritage Coast' they offer home cooked meals, TV, radio, vanity sink, tea making facilities, modern divan beds, and duvets, full central heating plus additional fan heaters and hairdryers. Finjaro is a modern chalet bungalow situated on the outskirts of Sproughton Village down a quiet country lane with ample off road car parking. Make sure you say hi to Digby, Dexter & Tilley their very friendly family pets.

Fasbourne Hall dates back to the fifteenth century, and is the home of Clive and Nicky Fisher. They have a passion for hospitality and the couple spent five years repairing and restoring the house to invite guests to share it. You will find the surroundings luxurious, fascinating, warm and friendly.


Tom Rees