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First Class at Hintlesham Hall


As you enter the gates of Hintlesham Hall the driveway (more a road!) leads you to the splendour of this Suffolk Manor House that has a well kept 175 acres of landscaped gardens.


We were greeted with a personal but professional welcome in the newly refurbished reception, which is in keeping with this style of property. We were shown to a very spacious room called ‘Ribbons’ which was to be our home for the next 24 hours. The room had high quality





white linen covered table. It was a wonderful sunny Sunday afternoon experience and one I will not forget for a long time. The evening meal was delicious and the service from the staff was excellent; all served at the right pace so we had time to also enjoy the grandeur of the


Enjoy the grandeur of the dining room in this 16th century Elizabethan manor house.


furnishings including an en-suite bathroom with a large, powerful shower and a huge traditional bath to lie and soak away the blues. We chose to enjoy an afternoon in the


grounds and our afternoon tea and drinks were served in the garden with a fresh





dining room in this 16th century Elizabethan manor house. Weddings are a huge part of life at Hintlesham Hall and a fantastic location for such an event – you can even land your helicopter!


If you want to leave daily life behind at the gates and stay in a superb location, Hintlesham Hall will tick all the boxes… ‘more champagne sir’.


Written by Terry Ware Contact


Hintlesham Hall Hotel T: +44 (0) 1473 652334 W: www.hintleshamhall.co.uk


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