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Seckford Hall Hotel is a magnificent country mansion hotel in the heart of the Suffolk countryside. It is one of the finest hotels in the region, with a spectacular setting amidst landscaped grounds, walled gardens and a lake.
The original Hall dates back to Tudor times – although the building’s origins can be traced back to the reign of Edward I – and its castellated façade with its time-mellowed brickwork, ornate chimneys and oak-panelled rooms paint an historic backdrop.
Working with English Heritage on a major refurbishment, the hotel has been carefully upgraded with contemporary decor and facilities. Medieval rederos, intricately carved arches, oil paintings and suits of armour contribute to Seckford Hall’s Elizabethan splendor.
Seckford Hall Hotel has an award-winning restaurant, a health club housed in a magnificent Tudor tithe barn and a spa, situated in the grounds of the hotel. The privately owned Seckford Golf Club featuring an 18-hole golf course is adjacent to the hotel.
Why We Love This Hotel
- Magical historic Tudor mansion
- Picture-postcard walled gardens and lake
- Delicious food made with Suffolk produce
- Magnificent tithe barn health club
- Traditional, cosy Snug Bar
- Flawless Image spa treatments
- Top romantic break destination
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free parking (120 cars)
- Health club
- Golf course (18-hole)
- 32 Bedrooms
- 4 Meeting rooms
- Non smoking hotel
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Bedrooms in the main Tudor manor meld contemporary creature comforts with period grandeur, such as ornate oak panelling or intricate carvings. Seckford Hall's magnificent Tudor room features a four-poster bed dating back to 1587. There is also a modern annexe - converted from the original stables and outbuildings - housing deluxe rooms and suites. Room service is available.
Luxury Suite located in the Courtyard
Period style en suite bedroom offering free Wi-Fi, digital TV/radio, writing desk, direct dial telephone, ironing station, tea and coffee making facilities, bathrobes, toiletries, and hairdryer. Supremely comfortable ground floor luxury suites are located in the courtyard, 70 yards from the main house. Luxury suites have high-beamed ceilings and feature a bedroom with a stunning four-poster bed, a large lounge and an en suite bathroom with walk-in shower and either a large spa bath or a deep freestanding bath.
Period style en suite bedroom offering free Wi-Fi, digital TV/radio, writing desk, direct dial telephone, ironing station, tea and coffee making facilities, bathrobes, toiletries, and hairdryer. Large, ground floor deluxe rooms are located at the back of the courtyard, 70 yards from the main house, and feature a sitting area.
Feature Double Main House
Period style en suite bedroom offering free Wi-Fi, digital TV/radio, writing desk, direct dial telephone, ironing station, tea and coffee making facilities, bathrobes, toiletries, and hairdryer. Feature double rooms are located in the main Tudor manor house. The Seckford Room has an original 17th Century four-poster bed, oak beams and a feature bathroom with a walk-in shower and a roll-top bath. The Seckford Room has a four-poster bed, feature bathroom with a large spa bath and shower, and French windows leading onto a large balcony taking in countryside views.
Standard Double Main House Room
Period style en suite bedroom offering free Wi-Fi, digital TV/radio, writing desk, direct dial telephone, ironing station, tea and coffee making facilities, bathrobes, toiletries, and hairdryer. Standard double rooms are located in the main Tudor manor house with king-sized beds and picturesque views of the gardens. Some rooms have balconies.
Period style en suite bedroom offering free Wi-Fi, digital TV/radio, writing desk, direct dial telephone, ironing station, tea and coffee making facilities, bathrobes, toiletries, and hairdryer. Standard single rooms are located in the main Tudor manor house and feature low ceilings. Some are located on the first floor with picturesque views of the lake and gardens.
Superior Double Double Main House Room
Period style en suite bedroom offering free Wi-Fi, digital TV/radio, writing desk, direct dial telephone, ironing station, tea and coffee making facilities, bathrobes, toiletries, and hairdryer. Superior double rooms are located in the main Tudor manor house with king-sized beds. Some rooms have a four-poster bed, a balcony and panoramic garden views. Superior doubles are more spacious than standard rooms.
Period style en suite bedroom offering free Wi-Fi, digital TV/radio, writing desk, direct dial telephone, ironing station, tea and coffee making facilities, bathrobes, toiletries, and hairdryer. Spacious, ground or first floor junior suites are located in the courtyard, 70 yards from the main house, and feature a separate lounge area with a sofa bed. Junior suites are larger than deluxe rooms.
- Woodbridge Train Station (2 miles)
- London Stansted Airport (58 miles)
- Felixstowe (12 miles)
Great Bealings, Woodbridge, Nr Ipswich, Suffolk IP13 6NU, Great Britain
From London Stansted Airport:
Take the A120 towards Braintree/Coggershall and A12. After approx. 30 miles join A12 heading towards Colchester/Harwich/Ipswich. Continue for approx. 30 miles to outskirts of Ipswich, then right onto A14 towards Felixstowe. Join back onto A12 after approx. 10 miles heading towards Lowestoft/Woodbridge. Seckford Hall is well sign-posted and situated left off the A12 past Woodbridge roundabout.
From London Heathrow Airport:
From the M4 join with the M25 towards Watford, exit at junction 28 for A12 towards Colchester. Continue for approx. 80 miles to outskirts of Ipswich, then right onto A14 towards Felixstowe. Join back onto A12 after approx 10 miles heading towards Lowestoft/Woodbridge. Seckford Hall is well sign-posted and situated left off the A12 past Woodbridge roundabout.
The award-winning Restaurant 1530 is popular with both locals and hotel guests. Menus are updated seasonally and many of the mouthwatering dishes featured are prepared using top quality local produce from the Suffolk region. The wine list comprises an excellent selection of sensibly-priced wines. The restaurant atmosphere is welcoming and relaxed and its surroundings blend period character - oak-panelled walls, carved fireplace and leaded windows - with simple, stylish furnishings, mood lighting and framed photographs of Seckford Hall in days gone. Breakfast is freshly cooked and served in Restaurant 1530.
Please reserve a table for dinner in advance.
Enjoy a little quiet time in the traditional country-pub style Snug Bar. Sink into a comfy sofa with a good book or sup a pint of local Adnams real ale. The bar has its own menu, featuring an array of tasty dishes. A great place to unwind or to relax and enjoy a pre- or after-dinner drink.
Al Fresco Dining
In the summer, dining at Seckford Hall can be an altogether different experience. Take a seat in the fresh open air and dine al fresco. Order from either the Restaurant 1530 menu or the bar menu and choose your perfect spot - sunny or shady - on the terrace or in the gardens.
Don't miss the opportunity to indulge in afternoon tea whilst staying in this glorious setting - savour homemade scones with fruit preserve and cream, sandwiches, cakes and a pot of tea. Both traditional afternoon tea and champagne afternoon tea are available to order and can be enjoyed either in the hotel lounges or on the terrace, overlooking the gardens and lake. Afternoon tea can be booked in advance, at a special price, when booking your room via ClassicBritishHotels.com.
The unique surroundings of Seckford Hall present a wonderful setting for private dinners and celebrations. The hotel caters for reunions, anniversaries, family gatherings, birthday parties, charity and club events and business dinners. Choose from a range of private rooms, each with its own individual character. Call Classic British Hotels on 0844 967 0984 for advice and let us help you organise a memorable private dinner.
Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free diets catered for. Early suppers and high chairs available for children.
Spa | Health Club
A splendid, converted tithe barn - dating back to the 1550s - houses the Courtyard Health and Leisure Club. Take a dip in the blissfully warm waters of the heated indoor pool, or set some time aside for a little pampering in the picturesque hotel grounds. With luxurious dual treatment suites and spa treatments, including the Mediterranean sea massage delivered on a floating hydrotherm water mattress, why would you want to do anything else?
- Indoor pool
- Spa pool
- Steam room
- Treatment suites
A range of over 50 beauty treatments, using Temple Spa products, are available to book.
- Body wraps & scrubs
- Skin rejuvenation
- Manicures & pedicures
- Eyebrows & lashes
- For mothers-to-be
- For men
Seckford Golf Club
Seckford Golf Club is located right next to the hotel. Its 18-hole golf course is set in scenic Suffolk countryside and is suitable for players of all skill levels. Challenges include natural water hazards and large fairway bunkers set around landing areas. Beauty treatments are available at the hotel - ideal for couples seeking a combined spa and golf break.
- 18 holes
- Parkland course
- 5,328 yards
- Par 69
- Driving range
- Putting green
- Golf academy
- PGA qualified tuition
- Equipment hire
- Pro shop
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Safe deposit
- Luggage storage
- Laundry service
- Dry cleaning
- Accessible public areas
- Packed lunches
Sutton Hoo is an ancient Anglo-Saxon royal burial site and one of the most important archaeological discoveries of all time. Wander the hauntingly beautiful burial mound landscape, visit the site where the imprint of a 90 foot ship was buried with an Anglo-Saxon king and his treasures, or explore an award-winning, full-size reconstruction of an ancient burial chamber.
This beautiful moated Tudor manor has been voted one of the top 20 historic houses in the UK. Grade I listed Otley Hall is the best-preserved medieval house in Suffolk and has 10 acres of award-winning gardens, including a historically accurate orchard, herber and knot garden.
Deben Cruises run all-weather boat trips along the picturesque River Deben, from spring through to autumn. Trips leave from Waldringfield and last for approximately 2 hours, cruising through a Special Protection Area and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Situated on the banks of the River Deben, the tide mill at Woodbridge was one of the first built and was the last to commercially operate in the UK. The mill site dates back over 800 years, although the present mill was built in 1793. The mill has been restored to working order, enabling visitors to experience 18th century tidal milling power first hand.
2 AA Rosettes for culinary excellence
TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2014 Winner
Seckford Hall and its grounds offer an inspirational backdrop for meetings, conferences and events. Meeting spaces are located in either the new East Wing of the hotel or an impressive Tudor tithe barn, constructed from old Suffolk mellow red brick and oak beams.
There are four meeting rooms and an IT lounge. All rooms offer AV facilities, direct dial telephone and fax and photocopying facilities; several rooms also have garden breakout spaces. The venue has an interlocking table system, allowing a wide choice of room layouts. Executive and function menus are available, or a menu can be tailored to you event. An expanse of landscaped grounds offers plenty of space for outdoor team building activities. Free Wi-Fi throughout the venue. Ample free parking on-site.
An impressive space in the Tudor barn. The suite comprises a main hall with a minstrel's gallery/balcony, a bar area and cloakrooms, with glazed doors that open onto a terrace area with lake and garden views. The Lakeside suite is connected to the Garden Room, allowing the use of both spaces in combination.
- Ground floor
- Natural daylight
- Wheelchair access