Hintlesham Hall Hotel
Hintlesham Hall is a little spot of luxury in beautiful surroundings, just an hour away from Stansted airport and a short drive from Ipswich. The Hall offers award winning fine dining, one-of-a-kind stately bedrooms, stunning views, and a superb onsite spa. All of this only a stone’s throw away from renowned Suffolk heritage coast towns such as Aldeburgh and the popular medieval village of Lavenham.
Dating back to the 1400s, Hintlesham Hall is a building steeped in history. It is an impressive building with traditional decor, used today as a plush 4 red star hotel serving award winning cuisine. Extremely popular for weddings large and small, and featuring corporate hire facilities, the Hall is an impressive and versatile building.
Hintlesham Hall is extremely well placed for exploring Suffolk’s delightfully unspoilt 16th century wool merchants’ villages, its pretty river estuaries and ‘Constable Country’. Newmarket racecourse and the coastal town of Aldeburgh, famous for its music and food festivals, are within easy reach, as are Lavenham, Long Melford and Woodbridge, with their numerous antique shops. Cambridge, with its magnificent university architecture, and the cathedral city of Norwich are a comfortable drive away. Ipswich’s vibrant waterfront area is just four miles away, making it an ideallic area for guests to visit for afternoon or evening drinks. Hintlesham Hall also offers a variety of local walks, and is also is a perfect retreat for those who wish to go nowhere at all.
Hintlesham Hall is located four miles west of Ipswich, Suffolk, within quick and easy reach of anywhere in East Anglia.
Hintlesham is just a few minutes’ drive from the A14 and A12 trunk roads. The drive from the M25 at Junction 28 takes about 50 minutes.
The train journey from London (Liverpool Street) takes 65 minutes with a short taxi ride to follow. Stansted Airport is an hour away and the ports of Felixstowe and Harwich are just 25 and 40 minutes by road respectively.
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.