A chalet style room available as a double, twin or single occupancy on a room only basis .
Free goody bag provided , table and chairs both inside the chalet and on the patio outside.
Tea and coffee facilities, complimentary toiletries and Freeview television.
Well behaved pets accepted with an additional charge
The village is a short walk away or couple of minutes in the car , in the other direction is the Country park and Nethergate Brewey .,
Long Melford has a great offer, whether you are staying for business or for pleasure. There is something for everyone. This could be your ideal for a break or getaway, great location for walking, cycling, fishing and sightseeing. Local attraction leaflets available.Cooked Breakfast , morning coffee, lunch afternoon tea and dinner are available In our the wide selection of restaurants, tea rooms , pubs and hotels
Our flock of resident doves fly daily and are availble for release from a beautifual basket for your special occasion, whether it be a birthday, an anniversary (suprises can be arranged) or a local wedding. Just a short walk is, a range of restaurants and pubs aswell as fantastic views of the beautiful suffolk countryside.
Nearby attractions include Kentwell Hall ,Melford Hall, Gainsborough's House and the beautiful Holy Trinity Church
Suffolk is a rural county of old market towns, the gently rolling countryside that inspired the paintings of John Constable, quiet villages with colour-washed cottages, medieval churches and abbeys, and broad vistas of sea and sky.
Free WiFi internet
Desk working station
Activities and Experiences
Golf - driving range
Art galleries & museums
Antiques & fairs
Shopping - boutique
Shopping - outlet
The main Entrance to the Chalets has 3 steps .
En -suit chalets have a big step up to the shower unit .
till 19:00 Early check-in available on request
Late check-out available on request
Booking Terms and Conditions
Roadfrom Bury st Edmunds(15.0 miles)
Directions from Bury St Edmunds:
From A14 Bury St Edmunds, take the exit for the A134 to Sudbury, follow for approximately 14 miles before taking the B1064 to Long Melford. Melford inn is located at the south end of the village. on the right.
Roadfrom South East Dartford M25(70.0 miles)
By Road from the South East:
From the M25, head east towards the Dartford Crossing (current toll is £1 coin). After the crossing continue north on the M25 to Junction 28 and take the A12 Chelmsford. Keep on A12 to Colchester then take the A134 to Sudbury where on the outskirts of the town you see signposts to Long Melford. Landmarks to look for are the Old Maltings which have been converted into flats and The Long Melford Inn is on the left after the flats
Roadfrom The North of England: M25(50.0 miles)
Directions from the North:
From the M11 take the A120 Gt Drunmow and Braintree road then the A131 to Sudbury and the A134 to Long Melford. Landmarks to look for are the Old Maltings which have been converted into flats and a Inn called The Long Melford Inn which are both on the left