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Greyhound Cottage offers accommodations in Glemsford. A grade II listed building with a thatched roof, it offers free WiFi is available throughout the property and free private parking is available on... Friendly, welcoming hosts, spacious comfortable accommodation and bed, lovely garden. Perfect stay.
Between Sudbury and Bury St Edmunds, Serenity House offers attractive accommodations in the Suffolk village of Glemsford. There is free parking available. The rooms were comfortable and clean. The location was quiet but had easy access to every where we wanted to go. There were lovely views an d walks all round the village.
Stephensons Lodge is located in Glemsford and offers a garden and a terrace. The property is 17 mi from Colchester, and complimentary private parking is available. Was perfect for a mini holiday, location really good, lodge was very clean and spacious.
Located in Cavendish, The Cavendish Five Bells features a bar, garden and free WiFi. The property provides garden views and a children's playground. Highly recommended. Well organised and friendly. Everything spotless and nicely set out. Great views across the green from our room.
The Black Lion is a 15th century inn overlooking the green with an award-winning restaurant and views of Melford Hall. Rooms are furnished with antiques and modern artifacts from around the world. The staff were so fantastic! Nothing was too much trouble for them! They even provided dog blanket, foot balm and treats for my cavapoo. Food and drink was fantastic and the room was enormous - lovely quiet little village and we got a great nights sleep. I had a great time and couldn’t fault anything at all!
Set in Long Melford in the Suffolk region, Melford Allotment Shed Suffolk self catering Acc. Has a garden. The property features garden views and is 15 mi from Colchester. It was spotlessly clean. We loved the garden related decor and the feeling of living in earlier times. . It had all that we needed for a happy stay and the garden was a pleasant and secluded place to sit. Joanna is an excellent host and welcomed us in a very friendly way. We were contented there and would not hesitate to go again. We were there to take part in the Tudor re creation at Kentwell Hall and it was a great place to relax in at the end of busy days,
Overlooking Melford Hall, The Mill offers spacious rooms in the center of Long Melford. Accommodation was beautiful - the place was very picturesque. Loved that we had our own room separate to the owners house. The room was lovely & modern with a rustic twist & the luxury bath was wonderful! Everything was clean & tidy & of high standard. Paul & Clare were very friendly & very safe in terms of abiding by social distancing & covid-19 rules. We really appreciated a lift to & from the river & renting out their own kayak all day! Breakfast was outstanding - spot on every morning. Definitely worth the money & more! In a perfect location with views, plenty of shops, restaurants & pubs on your doorstep. We had a lovely time all in all & felt like we were in a 5 star hotel rather than a bnb! Would 100% recommend & would definitely return.
The Crown Hotel is a family-run historic inn and restaurant, built in 1610. It retains many interesting features, such as Tudor cellars and exposed internal beams. The staff was friendly and very helpful. The food was excellent, including breakfast. The puddings were very nice!
It's a small town and we really didn't see a lot of it due to our short stay. We hiked out into the countryside on our full day there and that was lovely. Went to the local pub and everyone was very friendly and helpful. I would recommend staying here. You are close to other towns with things to do so it makes a nice get away.
The property is a short walk to a local pub and a short drive to Clare and Long Melford. When we stayed, food was only available at the Pub a few nights a week. It was quiet when we stayed and the property we were at had a beautiful garden.
The Greyhound Inn was excellent in all aspects. Attention to detail was second to none and our lovely hosts Doug & Kaye could not have done enough for us. The location was handy for many places nearby with plenty of tea rooms and restaurants around nearby villages.
Although there wasn't a lot to do in Glemsford itself it is central to other places to visit such as Long Melford. If you like walking , there are a lot of lovely walks on clearly signed footpaths.
We chose it because it was fairly close to Lavenham and it had a b&b which looked good value for one night. The local pub was friendly, had a reasonable menu and was close by. Behind the houses were fields and a good country view. The village was very ordinary with no memorable features. Not very well kept and little pride.
We love Glemsford, the countryside is idyllic, travel to Long Melford, Lavenham, Stowmarket within a short distance,or a bit further for Bury St Edmunds, Harwich or the Colne Valley Railway. All within easy access. The history is amazing.