The Northgate is a stylish, boutique hotel located just a few minutes walk from Bury St Edmund's historic centre. There are 9 individually styled rooms, each with an opulent French-style and original features. Your room will also feature a bathroom with free-standing, oversized bath, ornate bed with padded headboard, fine linen and marble tiles.
The hotel is also home to a range of gastronomic delights including the Chef's Table; here you and 11 other guests will have the chance to witness first-hand a busy kitchen team in action and the opportunity to choose from a specially prepared tasting menu; or the a'la carte restaurant; boasting a seasonal menu, along with afternoon tea and breakfast.
Pay a visit to the bar to start your night in style or for a night cap at the end of the day. Serving a full range of the world’s leading spirits, wines, ales and organic soft drinks throughout the day and an exciting and original cocktail menu in the evenings.
The Angel Hotel
Situated on Bury St Edmunds historic Angel Hill, The Angel Hotel has had many a famous face frequent it's rooms including Angelia Jolie whilst filming the Tomb Raider films and Pierce Brosnan when filming 'Tomorrow Never Dies'. And it doesn't get any more romantic than staying in the room where Charles Dickens often stayed. The film was also featured in the film The Personal History of David Copperfield with Dev Patel!
The contemporary hotel has a range of rooms and suites boasting free-standing copper baths, ornate french-style beds and views of St Edmundsbury Cathedral opposite.
After a day of shopping, head back to the hotel and sit by a roaring fire with your loved one as you sip on a G&T or whisky, before enjoying a meal in the hotel's Eaterie.
With a stay at Upthorpe Lodges, you can do as much or as little as you want during your stay. If a little rest and relaxation is what you desire, then spend an hour or two in your own private hot tub. The lodges are for couples only, so are designed with romance in mind. Each luxury eco-lodge comes with a king size bed, large shower, smart TV and a fully equipped kitchen; where you can rustle up something for a romantic dinner, but should you wish to put your feet up, there are a selection of pubs and eateries in the surrounding villages.
If you fancy exploring the surround Suffolk countryside, there are numerous footpaths and bridleways leading off from the lodges, plus there are bicycles available to hire for those wishing to head a little further and visit the nearby villages.
West Stow Hall
When it's cold outside, where better to spend a few days with your other half than in the grounds of the historic and stunning West Stow Hall, a Grade 1 listed Tutor home.
There's a range of accommodation on offer for you to choose from; with two holiday cottages within the grounds and a studio apartment in the garden. Perfect for a couples retreat, it's light and airy with lovely views of the Hall, a large open plan living area with wood burning stove, bed settee, and kitchen - the ideal place to get away from it all this winter!
The Swan at Lavenham Hotel & Spa
Not only is The Swan at Lavenham Hotel & Spa one of Suffolk's most iconic buildings, but it's also home to an award-winning spa; so it's the perfect place to spend a special occasion or to treat your loved one.
Each of the sumptuous rooms is packed with character features including oak beams, fireplaces and four-poster beds. Each room also comes with a beautifully comfy king-size or double bed, bathrobes and luxury Temple Spa toiletries.
During your stay, be sure to check in to Weavers House Spa where you can make use of the sauna, relaxation suites and hydrotherapy pool and vitality pool and indulge with a massage, body scrub, aromatherapy treatment, detox, facial or wrap.
Before heading back to your room, book a table in the Brasserie or Gallery Restaurant and finish the day with a nightcap in the Airmen's Bar.
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