Best Western have 5 hotels in Suffolk
Book a hotel in Suffolk with Best Western for a delightful alternative to a UK city break. It is a large, beautiful and rural space and one of the very few counties in England to not contain a city. For a memorable stay, Best Western has five hotels spaced conveniently throughout the lush, green county, several concentrated around the beautiful Ipswich, one of England's oldest towns. Alternatively, a stay in our Suffolk hotel in Newmarket will give you quick and easy access to the beautiful surrounding countryside.
Town and city breaks in Suffolk
Bury St Edmunds, always a worth a visit, particularly for keen historians, was the burial site of King Edmund, who was slain by the Danes in the Ninth Century AD. It is also said to be the site of numerous miracles and mysterious goings-on after the figurehead's death. There are plenty of landmarks bookmarking this bygone era as well as many later ruins such as an abbey (and its beautiful gardens) and ancient textile buildings. For other historical settlements, book a hotel in Suffolk near Ipswich, the county town. Complete with a beautiful, colourful dock where the seagulls squawk and the smell of freshly-caught fish clears the airways, Ispwich has plenty on offer. The art galleries at Christchurch Mansion are prominent cultural beacons in East Anglia, displaying fine, visual arts as well as sculpture and crafts. Theatres and Museums are well represented, the New Wolsey Theatre, perhaps the most famous, offering a diverse of productions for all ages.
Holidays in the Suffolk countryside
For something a little different during your stay in our hotel in Suffolk, pop down to Newmarket Racecourse, generally considered the birthplace and global centre of horse racing, for an exciting day full of atmosphere and tension. The county is one of the nation's most beautiful, low lying, flat and filled with lush, green vegetation, rivers and rocks. A countryside walk here is like nowhere else and the fresh aroma of nature and the bracing breeze is sure to wake up the most tired of trekkers. Beautiful, traditional, country villages are dotted throughout the rolling hills, providing a bit of contrast to the endless green.
Beach holidays in Suffolk
Suffolk also has a large coastline, mostly made up of beautiful clay cliffs offering breath-taking views across the channel. Suffolk seaside towns, provide family-friendly shingle beaches bordered by rows of the colourful, Victorian beach huts we have grown to know and love in this country. As well as serving up some of the country's best fish and chips, the beauty of Suffolk beaches certainly warrants a visit, six of them being given in 'The Good Beach guide 2011' (by the Marine Conservation Society), an 'excellent' rating for swimming and leisure, something that is certainly worth keeping in mind while booking your Suffolk hotel.
Attractions in Suffolk
Book a Suffolk hotel to follow in the footsteps of local composer Benjamin Britten through the small towns of Alsburgh and Snape Maltings. Many of the Suffolk villages have a lot to offer day visitors. The beautiful village of Long Melford, a former medieval wool town, caters for all with historic buildings, antiques, good food, fashion and antiques. Unsurprisingly with such an outstanding natural larder, the food and drink of Suffolk is top drawer throughout and very reasonably priced. The multitude of roadside and friendly local pubs should always be kept in mind when looking for a place to eat. There is so much on offer for the young ones in Suffolk. Go Ape, a primate-themed, adventure park, full of zip wires and tree-top walkway, will entertain the kids for hours. Pleasurewood Hills and Mannings Amusements, both equipped with rides and themed entertainment will satisfy the teenagers and older kids, while peaceful walks through the beautiful countryside and ancient hamlets is something for the adults to look forward to. Book a hotel in Suffolk now, for a different and beautiful way to spend your summer.
Hotels in Suffolk
Attractions in Suffolk:
Mar 2013 - Jan 2014 (annual)
Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 11am-5pm Mar - Oct 2013 (annual)
Garden daily 10.30am-5pm (4pm October); House daily 11am-4.30pm (3.30pm in Oct), Museum daily 11.30am - 4.30pm (3.30pm in Oct) Apr - Nov 2013 (annual)
Sun and Bank Holidays 11am-4pm (opening hours vary according to season) Mar - Nov 2013; Sun only (annual)
Daily 11am-5pm Apr - Oct 2013 (annual)