The Dukes Head
There can be few more imposing hotels in the east of England than the Dukes Head. Its striking powder-blue façade, a study in Georgian elegance, is as much a part of King’s Lynn’s Tuesday Market Place as the stalls that have traded here for generations. It’s the quintessential market town hotel – a handsome hostelry with history at every turn, restored and restyled for the discerning twenty-first century traveller.
Lose your heart to the Dukes Head
The Mill Hotel
It’s a picture perfect scene. Swans glide past a whitewashed mill, nestled on the riverbank by an ancient bridge, framed by weeping willows. Lush green water-meadows stretch as far as the eye can see. Welcome to The Mill Hotel, a beautifully converted watermill in the quintessential country town of Sudbury, Suffolk.
Take me to the river…
The Kingscliff Hotel
Where the meadows and creeks of the Tendring Peninsula meet the sea, a hidden corner of Essex awaits – barely an hour from London but a million miles away. At its heart, the Kingscliff Hotel – a contemporary coastal hideaway loved by locals and cherished by travelers, who come for simple seaside pleasures where England’s climate is at its kindest.
Your seaside sojourn starts here
The George Hotel
A handsome hostelry with 500 years of history, few hotels have as many stories to tell as this one. Its dignified facade a distinctive feature of Colchester’s characterful High Street, The George is an authentic coaching inn with a storied history interweaved with the town’s own. Preserved in its medieval cellars, the ashes left by Queen Boudicca’s rampage that burned Roman Colchester to the ground take you right back to AD60, while just upstairs, today’s travellers are treated to every contemporary comfort.
A True Original
The Hog’s Back Hotel & Spa
Not far from London, there’s a swathe of English countryside that’s unexpectedly beautiful – a ‘green and pleasant land’ of rolling hills and verdant valleys. High on a wooded ridge, the Hog’s Back Hotel’s distinctive façade has been a welcome sight for travellers on this road for generations.
Take the high road
The Great Hallingbury
Close to Stansted Airport, Great Hallingbury is a traditional tudor style Manor with a contemporary interior. Set in the beautiful countryside location of Essex and Hertfordshire borders, our hotel is ideally placed just minutes from Stansted airport and a short drive from Bishop’s Stortford.
Lose your heart to the Great Hallingbury Manor
The Thatcher’s Hotel
Thatcher’s Hotel is owned by Surya Hotels, one of the UK’s leading niche hotel groups with a rapidly expanding portfolio of outstanding properties, situated in some of the UK’s most idyllic settings, from historic towns and coastal resorts to picturesque villages.
Lose your heart to the Thatcher’s Hotel
St Nicholas Hotel
The former St Nicholas House and church has been completely refurbished, revealing itself as a stylish 44-bedroom hotel set in the heart of Colchester.Step inside and the accent is on modern comfort, spacious light-filled bedrooms with all the amenities you require to make your stay enjoyable.
Contemporary comfort in the heart of Colchester
Dragonfly Bury St Edmunds
Bury St Edmunds hotel is a restful retreat set just outside of town, off the A14 and A134 is close proximity to Cambridge, Ely and Newmarket, making it an ideal base from which to explore the charms of East Anglia.
Newly refurbished, our Colchester hotel is a restful retreat set just outside of town, where the A12 meets the A120. Colchester’s historic centre is minutes away, and escaping to the Essex countryside couldn’t be easier from here.
Dragonfly King's Lynn
King’s Lynn hotel is a restful retreat set just outside of town, where the A47 meets the A10. King’s Lynn’s historic centre is minutes away, and escaping to the unspoilt North Norfolk coast couldn’t be easier from here.
Peterborough hotel is the ideal setting for a short break of business trip and overlooks a serene lake which is home to Peterbrough’s international Rowing Course.
Located on the North Sea coast, Fryatt Hotel & Bar is a newly refurbished traditional hotel and bar, located a stone’s throw away from the ferry terminal and beach. The name stems from Captain Charles Algernon Fryatt, British Mariner and Master of the Great Eastern Steamship and local Harwich Hero.