We Love —
- Hintlesham Hall is a Grade 1 Elizabethan Manor with an award-winning restaurant, individually designed rooms and manicured grounds
- The House can be found nestled amongst 175 acres of rolling Suffolk countryside, boasting broad lawns to the front, picturesque gardens to the rear and a pond leading to the rose garden and orchard
- Our members can enjoy an extensive full English breakfast and a scrumptuos 3-course meal from the table d’hôte Menu every day!
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Your Destination —
Or for something a little more relaxed, you can head to Dedham and Flatford to hire out a boat, go for a stroll and admire the beautiful area that inspired so many of John Constable’s famous paintings.
- Ipswich: 15min / 9km
- Coddenham Village: 20min / 17km
- Dedham Harbour: 25min / 14km
- Levenham: 25min / 22km
- Woodbridge: 30min / 30km
- Sutton Hoo (Anglo-Saxon Burial Ground): 35min / 34km
All times and distances are approximate and based on driving
Your Hotel —
Widely recognised as being one of the loveliest hotels in UK and Ireland, Hintlesham Hall Hotel is a 21st Century haven of comfort and friendly professionalism within a Grade 1 Listed Elizabethan Manor House, found nestling in 175 acres of rolling Suffolk countryside.
Built in the 1570’s for Thomas Timperley, grandson of the 3rd Duke of Norfolk, Hintlesham Hall Hotel hides its true age behind the famous Georgian façade. Walk to the stunning rear of this beautiful building, however, and the brickwork confirms Elizabethan origins. The impact of the Georgians is seen also in the vertical sash windows and, inside, in several panelled bedrooms that contrast with their timbered neighbours, and in the soaring double height of the Salon. Earlier, Stuart period designers had put in an oak staircase and a now famous plaster ceiling, the locations of which are linked by the attractive Long Gallery.
The traditional tranquility of Hintlesham Hall Hotel is protected by the Park, the broad lawns to the front, the picturesque rear gardens and pond leading to the rose garden and the orchard beyond. A short stroll along the Laurel walk leads to Hintlesham Golf Clubhouse and its associated Championship PGA golf course.
- 33 Rooms
- Free WiFi
- Extensive Garden
- Free Parking
Some services may incur additional charges, payable locally.
Your Room —
This offer is based on a Large Principal Room.
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These large and luxurious rooms are individually and tastefully decorated, finished to the highest standard. Ideal for guests wanting a little extra space and luxury during their stay.
Your Board Basis —
This offer is based on a Half Board Basis, which includes a full English breakfast & a 3-course meal from the table d’hôte Menu daily - excludes drinks
Hintlesham Hall's Head Chef, Alan Ford, demands the best quality ingredients to build a well-balanced carte which appeals to gourmet and health-conscious alike. Many of the dishes encompass fresh herbs from the Hall's famous garden. The epitome of grandeur and elegance, the Salon is the largest of our three dining rooms. It also makes the most stunning and memorable setting for a celebration party.
The extensive wine list ranges the world from France to Australia, and includes a marvellous selection of half-bottles.
Your Time —
Just for you: 1 x 30min spa treat per person (for 3 night stays only).
At Hintlesham Hall Hotel, they offer a range of high-quality spa & beauty treatments. They have teamed up with ELEMIS an OPI to bring you a new and exciting list of treatments, manicures and pedicures. ELEMIS was born out of the vision to bring together the power of nature, science and aromatics.
Your Journey —
Transport is not included in this offer.
Travelling north-east on the A12, proceed towards Ipswich town centre at the A12/A14 interchange roundabout. Turn left at the second set of traffic lights onto the A1071. Continue over the next roundabout and you will enter Hintlesham village after about two miles. The entrance to the Hall is just past the church on the right-hand side.
Travelling south-east on the A14, take the Great Blakenham exit (B1113) and turn right towards Sproughton. Continue straight on and through Sproughton. At the next roundabout turn right onto the A1071 and enter Hintlesham as above.