Seckford Hall Hotel & Restaurant – Woodbridge

Steeped in history, the magnificent red brick Tudor building is over 500 years old and is complemented by the modern facilities of the newly refurbished Seckford Spa, adjacent to the main hotel building.

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General Information

Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this fantastic deal before it goes.  Seckford Hall Hotel is a beautiful luxury 4 star Tudor Hotel set amongst 34 acres of private Suffolk countryside and the perfect place to use as a base for your holiday in Suffolk. Travel Now Pay Later Seckford Hall Hotel Suffolk Jetnow. A privately run hotel ideally situated just outside Woodbridge and close to the Heritage coast. The hotel offers luxurious accommodation, a 2 AA rossette restaurant and leisure and beauty facilities for both business and personal use. Guests can also take advantage of playing golf next door at Seckford Golf Centre. Rooms at Seckford Hall Hotel are split between the Main House and the Courtyard. The Courtyard Rooms are located in a separate building diagonally across the front courtyard of the main building, which also houses the brasserie restaurant and leisure facilities. All 32 en-suite bedrooms at Seckford Hall Hotel feature bathrobes, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, international direct dial telephone, iron and ironing board, razor electrical socket, smoke alarms, trouser press, digital radio and television and free high-speed wireless internet access.

Facilities

  • Award Winning Restaurant
  • Beauty Treatments
  • Guest Car Park
  • Spa
  • Spacious rooms
  • Swimming Pool
  • WiFi

Flight & Transfer Information

Car journey from central London approx. 2 hours 15 mins. Hotel is 10 mins from Woodbridge Train Station by taxi.

Rooms

Rooms available include various bedroom styles, suites and studio/family apartments in the Lodge.

Bedrooms

In addition to luxurious bedding, stylish furnishings and excellent views, each room comes with cosy bathrobes, a large flat screen TV, free WiFi, and complimentary tea and coffee.

Suites

The Courtyard Suites also comfortably accommodates anyone needing disabled access, as it houses a spacious ground-floor suite with extra-wide doorways, low-level switches, and a stylish wet room.

Food & Drink

From lazy lunches to three-course festivities, the hotel chefs use the freshest local ingredients to serve up traditional English food with a contemporary twist.

1530 - Main Restaurant

An exquisite three-course meal in the 2 AA Rosette restaurant. The traditional charm of an elegant afternoon tea. A friendly, relaxed drink in the contemporary cosiness of our bar.

Local Attractions

Imagine irresistible sandy beaches and simmering sunsets – the East of England has it all and is the perfect country retreat any time of the year. Inland, the east is full of beautiful countryside.

Have some adventure at the Norfolk Broads, the Brecks, Thetford Forest, and Constable Country. Suffolk is teeming with charming countryside and curious old villages. Visit the medieval town of Lavenham to see its windy streets, colourful, crooked buildings… and a touch of Harry Potter because it was the filming location for Godric’s Hollow. Norfolk shares Suffolk’s gorgeous coastline and has its own share of quirky villages to explore, too. It’s also regarded as the bird-watching capital of the UK due to its magnificent variety of bird life and beautiful nature reserves.

Cambridge has inspired academics, philosophers, historians and economists throughout history, from John Milton to Charles Darwin and Stephen Hawking. Let it inspire you too, with its grand college buildings, medieval churches, museums, galleries, gardens and parks, and punting on the Cam along The Backs. Suffolk: a place you can unwind in. Situated on the east coast of England, Suffolk is a county filled with natural beauty, bordered by 50 miles of glorious coastline and topped with breathtaking skies. It's the perfect holiday destination, full of charming villages and medieval towns which draw in artists and writers, and its bounty of great produce and restaurants make it a special spot for foodies. On the mid-east coast of England, enjoy over 90 miles of unspoilt coastline, beautiful countryside, the unique Broads National Park, forests and heathland, internationally important nature reserves, picturesque market towns, amazing birdwatching and the fabulous seaside resorts of Great Yarmouth, Cromer, Wells-next-the-Sea and Hunstanton. There's Norwich, a fantastic city of heritage, culture and shopping, as well as countless outdoor activities, a fantastic variety of family theme parks and attractions, historical sights and Royal connections.