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The Crown
Stoke by Nayland
Ipswich
Suffolk

CO6 4SE | View map
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The Crown Stoke by Nayland, an historic privately owned village Inn has a reputation for making everyone feel welcome - without pretension - simply a passion for good service, food, wine and real ale.

The eleven rooms are quietly located to the rear of the property, overlooking open countryside. All rooms are individually decorated and very comfortably furnished, with handcrafted beds and Henderson Russell Furniture.

Rooms on the ground floor are contemporary in design whilst the rooms upstairs are furnished in a country home style with Enchanted House iron bedsteads. All have king size or super king size beds and one room has an emperor size bed. Three rooms, have French windows opening on to their own terrace.

All Rooms are rated standard, superior, deluxe and executive. Standard rooms have bathrooms with walk-in Matki showers, superior have a bath with power-shower, deluxe and executive rooms have Matki walk-in showers and separate baths. One room has disabled facilities with a level wet room.

A full English breakfast is included and is served from 7.30. For those making an earlier start a continental style breakfast with freshly baked breads, homemade jams and marmalade can be served in your room.

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