Sutherland House Suffolk and Essex

“Family-run restaurant in a historic building in the centre of Southwold offers four spacious, comfortable rooms with modern bathrooms. The excellent seafood restaurant has been awards two AA rosettes and makes for a great base to stay in the charming seaside village.”

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“A fine and very old (1455) house, part Jacobean, part Victorian, which acted as headquarters during the Anglo-Dutch Wars has been given a classy makeover, with three bedrooms that are spacious and full of period detail but also slick, contemporary and well-equipped. The Duke of York room has an exceptional pargetted ceiling dating from 1660, while the Earl of Sandwich room has a slipper bath in front of an open fire. Dinner, excellent and locally sourced, is served.”

Written by  Fiona Duncan

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Sutherland House

"Locals and tourists flock to this historic inn for its excellent restaurant, which sits underneath a small collection of delightful rooms."

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)

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Facilities

Restaurant
Bar
In room DVD
Outdoor dining
Internet
No pets
Sit-out Terrace
Free wifi
Garden
Child friendly
Wifi

Activities

Trekking
This area abounds with popular treks from marsh lands to sand dunes.
Other Activities
Enjoy an evening of Tapas, fine wines and great conversation at the bar.
Great walks
Southwold Pier, just a short walk away, is a perfect spot for an evening stroll.
Fishing
Fishing is a popular past time with the locals, head out on the seas and try and catch your dinner.
Sights nearby
Visit the local Adnams Brewery, learn about brewing and sample some of the produce.

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4 rooms from $133 per night

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Recommended for

Foodies
Fantastic seafood based restaurant where everything down to the black pudding is made in house, and you taste the difference.

Activities

Trekking
This area abounds with popular treks from marsh lands to sand dunes.
Other Activities
Enjoy an evening of Tapas, fine wines and great conversation at the bar.
Great walks
Southwold Pier, just a short walk away, is a perfect spot for an evening stroll.
Fishing
Fishing is a popular past time with the locals, head out on the seas and try and catch your dinner.
Sights nearby
Visit the local Adnams Brewery, learn about brewing and sample some of the produce.

Other highlights

Restaurant
Owner managed
Less £
Organic food
Sit-out Terrace
Full of character
Many original features including pargetted ceilings and foot wide elm floorboards dating back to the 1450s!
Gourmet
Free wifi
Boutique
Historic
Chic
Child friendly
Beach nearby
Restaurant with rooms
Contemporary
Intimate

Hotel size

4 rooms
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