Suffolk Summer Break Suffolk Summer Break

Summer break in Suffolk

Relax and unwind in Suffolk this summer with Tuddenham Mill’s 2 night break. Indulge in a delicious dinner in our restaurant on the first evening of your stay. The next morning start your day with a very relaxed Mill breakfast and then head to the Suffolk coast and explore stunning beaches, charming seaside towns and the countryside. For lunch stop by at one of our sister hotels The Westleton Crown  or The Ship at Dunwich and enjoy a mouth-watering complimentary lunch.

Stays from £369 per couple and include:

  • Two night accommodation at Tuddenham Mill
  • Three course early dining menu for two on one of the evenings
  • Two course lunch at The Westleton Crown or The Ship at Dunwich
  • Breakfast

This break is available for stays Sunday to Thursday until 31st August 2014. All the hotels are dog friendly and would love to welcome your four-legged friends.

 

The Westleton Crown hotel and restaurant on the Suffolk coast

The Westleton Crown

Dating back to the 12th century, this traditional Suffolk coaching inn retains the character and rustic charm of its heritage – but with the added sophistication and comforts of contemporary living. All of the benefits of a genuine local pub can be found in the bar where the welcome is warm, the atmosphere relaxed, and plenty of local ales are consumed.
From its quietly crackling log fires and real ales through to the 34 stylish, comfortable bedrooms, creatively indulgent menus and fine wines, The Westleton Crown is undoubtedly one of the most charming hotels in Suffolk.

http://www.westletoncrown.co.uk/

The Ship at Dunwich coastal hotel, pub and restaurant in Suffolk

The Ship at Dunwich

When you visit The Ship at Dunwich, you will find a great pub, home-cooked food, a cosy hotel with comfortable, traditionally furnished bedrooms, some with views across the sea or marshes. There is also an enormous beer garden, dotted with fruit trees (including a 300-year-old fig tree) and a beach that really is just a couple of minutes' walk away.

Whether you want to use The Ship at Dunwich as a base to explore this wild and wonderful coastline, enjoy some of the best fish and chips on the Suffolk coast or simply indulge in a pint or two of Adnams, you're guaranteed the warmest of welcomes.

http://www.shipatdunwich.co.uk/

Things to do on the Suffolk coast

Visit Southwold

This quintessentially English seaside town with its historic pier, is a 'must' to visit. It has a sandy beach and a busy harbour, excellent shopping in interesting and individual shops, and a charm that draws its visitors to return year after year. It is also home to Adnams brewery and its famous beers

Visit Aldeburgh

With its wide main street and long shingle beach, Aldeburgh is an unspoiled seaside town with fascinating architecture that is definitely worth a visit. Aldeburgh is also renowned for being a cultural centre, a place of inspiration and energy for music and the arts. The famous Aldeburgh Food & Drink festival is taking place during the weekend of the 27th & 28th September

RSPB Minsmere

Minsmere is rated as one of the top bird sanctuaries in Europe and is the RSPB’s flagship European nature reserve and it supports an enormous range of bird species.
The reserve was home to BBC Springwatch team for few weeks. This popular TV show celebrated its 10th anniversary by coming to RSPB Minsmere in May 2014. The BBC plan for Springwatch to return to RSPB Minsmere in 2015 and 2016.

Dunwich beach

Today, Dunwich is a relatively small settlement with a shingle beach, museum and a very good pub. 500 years ago it was a bustling port and one of the most important religious centres in the country. The last church, All Saints, was taken by the sea in 1919, leaving only the haunting ruins of the once great monastery to hint at its former grandeur. There are those who say you can still hear the peal of ghostly bells beneath the waves now and then.

Inn to Inn walk

A fabulous circular walk between The Westleton Crown and The Ship at Dunwich.

Download Inn to Inn map (2.6 MB)

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