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Home to beaches at Lowestoft, market towns such as Bury St Edmunds and rich farmland dotted with pretty cottages, Suffolk is primed for a countryside getaway. While B&Bs are popular, there’s also an array of unique boutique hotels – find the best below, all bookable on Culture Trip.
Beyond the bucolic landscape and sweeping North Sea coastline, Suffolk is also a hub for the mushrooming gin-, beer- and wine-making culture in the UK with a tongue-tapping maze of artisan and mainstream producers. If you’re keen to sample a tipple, you’ll want to stay local. The good news is there are some nifty hotels snuggled up in all that countryside. Whether you’re after a touch of history, feel-good luxury or fantastic food to accompany all that gin, stay in one of these boutique hotels in Suffolk.
Swimming devotees should float over to the outdoor pool at Maison Talbooth, which is heated year round. Post-dip, plunge into the hot tub or cosy up by the pool house’s log fire with a tipple from the honesty bar. Afterwards, let luxurious Elemis, St Tropez and OPI products pacify you in the on-site spa. The hotel is nuzzled just over the border from Essex in Dedham Vale, nicknamed Constable Country, thanks to painter John’s fascination with its beauty. Rooms come with Aromatherapy Associates bathroom goodies, Sky TV and a Bose radio alarm.