Enjoy a relaxing soak at The Northgate Hotel in Bury St Edmunds. An oasis of calm; their bedrooms are a home-from- home with an emphasis on luxury, comfort and tranquillity.
All the while celebrating the original period features of their beautiful building from the original fireplaces to the sash windows.
To book visit The Northgate website.
Unwind at The Angel with an Abbey Gardens view and free standing copper bath.
Take in views of Bury’s historic Abbey Gardens while you bask in the tranquillity of one of their individually designed bedrooms.
To book visit The Angel website.
The Windmill Suffolk
The perfect place to pamper and preen, the luxurious marble and mosaic shell bathroom in The Windmill Suffolk features both a freestanding oversized oval bath and a walk-in monsoon rain shower with vistas across the Suffolk countryside.
Both the shower and bath tub are big enough for two so no need to set the alarm to get there first!
This sumptuous sanctuary comes complete with fluffy dressing gowns, super soft towels and a complimentary selection of Elemis toiletries.
Visit The Windmill Suffolk website.
Bedford Lodge Hotel & Spa
Bedford Lodge Hotel & Spa's luxury Mews features an elegant free-standing bath and a walk-in rainfall shower in its executive suite! Perfect for a relaxing weekend to explore the area!
The Mews sits adjacent to the main hotel in Newmarket, just 20 minutes from Bury St Edmunds, with views over the neighbouring famous trainer’s yard. The Mews comprises of one executive suite, two superior rooms and a private dining area, as well as dedicated parking – allowing private groups to enjoy all the luxuries of their 4-red star Hotel in their own intimate setting. The Mews bedrooms accommodate up to six guests, with the private dining room seating up to eight, making it ideally suited for friends and family get-togethers, small corporate events, and perfect for groups.
To book contact reservations on 01638 663175 Bedford Lodge Hotel & Spa website.
If it is bubbles that you are after then why not relax at Upthorpe Lodges in one of their hot tubs?
Relax in one of their four contemporary five-star rated lodges, in a garden setting amidst the Suffolk Countryside. Their location is ideal for exploring Bury St Edmunds and Beyond and Suffolk's beautiful coastline. Choose from four luxury lodges, with all the features you’d want and more.
Book now at Upthorpe Lodges website.
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