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Hotel Elizabeth, The Mill
Walnut Tree Lane
Sudbury
Suffolk

CO10 1BD | View map

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Sudbury is the birthplace of Thomas Gainsborough, the famous portrait artist and the Gainsborough Museum is close by. Sudbury is a thriving historic market town bordered by water meadows with superb riverside walks. Close by is the village of Long Melford famous for its antique shops and Lavenham, the ancient wool town is six miles away.The Hotel is ideally situated in the heart of East Anglia it stands on the banks of the River Stour with magnificent river and countryside views and provides bedrooms all furnished to high standard many with river views. The air-conditioned, oak beamed restaurant overlooks the Terrace and delightful mill pond, and to set the scene, the working mill wheel is located behind a glass screen for all to view. With polished wood floors and oriental carpets, the restaurant has a special that is highly regarded. The Hotelís reputation for good eating makes the restaurant popular and is advisable to book, even if you are staying. The bar with views over the adjacent water meadows is surrounded with comfortable Edwardian-style seating, antiques and artefacts and is an ideal place to sit with a relaxing drink, light meal or snack.

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