Historic Accommodation in East Anglia

Covering Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire. Step back in time to an area of history and outstanding natural beauty: unspoilt coastal villages and delightful rural farmland. Enjoy messing about with boats on the Norfolk Broads. Visit the historic cathedral city of Ely and the colleges of Cambridge.

Discover some very special places to stay. Unique, unusual, emotive of times past, yet with all modern conveniences – experience the history and heritage of Britain first hand. Stay in a castle – or a romantic cottage for two – or tour a region of Britain by boat.

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Lighthouse Cottage

Happisburgh, nr. Cromer, Norfolk.

Sleeps 5. Built in 1791, this listed former lighthouse keepers’ cottage stands in a superb coastal location adjoining Happisburgh’s working lighthouse. With extensive sea views to enjoy, it offers well-equipped, comfortable holiday accommodation. Cottage Code: CWD.

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Games room
  • Close to Sea
  • Quirky
  • Pub nearby
  • Pet friendly
  • 18th Century

The Old Bakery

Little Downham, Ely, Cambridgeshire.

Sleeps 7. Within a 30-minute drive of the city of Cambridge, this pretty detached cottage was once the village bakery. Now totally renovated, it provides a spacious, bright and airy holiday home, providing all modern amenitites. Cottage Code: RW6.

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Pub nearby
  • Pet friendly
  • 19th Century

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Bull Auberge

The Auberge, Yaxley, near Eye, Suffolk, IP23 8BZ.

With original beamed partitions and walls, this delightful barn conversion is ideally placed for exploring the Norfolk Broads. The Auberge also boasts a fantastic dining experience, with seafood a particular specialty!

  • 19th Century

Angel Inn

Angel Inn, Stoke by Nayland, Dedham Vale, Suffolk, CO6 4SA.

Offering six luxurious en-suite bedrooms and great food, this grade II listed 16th century coaching inn enjoys views over the Stour Valley. Set in the quaint village of Stoke-by-Nayland, the inspiration for many of John Constable’s Suffolk landscapes.

  • 16th Century

Woodleys Farmhouse

Woodleys Farmhouse, Woburn Sands, Buckinghamshire, MK17 8DE.

Close to the picturesque town of Woburn Sands, this traditional farmhouse bed and breakfast offers four well proportioned bedrooms with either en-suite, or private bathrooms. Milton Keynes is just a short drive away, as is the WWII Bletchley Park museum.

The Barns at Thorpe Market

Thorpe Market, Norwich, Norfolk, NR11 8TP.

This cosy barn conversion in the small village of Thorpe Market in Norfolk provides a tranquil setting complete with a private courtyard and en-suite bedrooms featuring flat screen televisions and luxury toiletries.

  • 18th Century

South Lodge

South Lodge, Wavendon, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK17 8AQ.

Set within pretty landscaped grounds, this luxury boutique bed and breakfast offers four unique en suite rooms, each with a king-size bed. In the mornings select from the extensive breakfast menu, evening meals can also be arranged with prior request.

  • 20th Century

The Potton Nest Bed and Breakfast

The Potton Nest Bed and Breakfast, Potton, Bedfordshire, SG19 2NR.

Set close to Potton’s town square, this charming B&B offers traditionally styled rooms, complete with free WiFi and flat-screen TV’s. Dating back to the 17th century, Potton Nest has retained many original features such old wooden beams.

  • 17th Century

The Crown Pub, Dining and Rooms

The Crown Pub, Dining and Rooms, Henlow, Bedfordshire, SG16 6BS.

Located on Henlow’s High Street, this pretty pub offers five stunning en-suite rooms set within converted stables. Full of traditional character with friendly service, food is prepared using high quality ingredients, selected and cooked with care.

  • 18th Century

Waveney House Hotel

Waveney House Hotel, Beccles, Suffolk, NR34 9PL.

The recently renovated Waveney House Hotel dates back to the 16th century, and today offers the perfect blend of luxury and value. A base location for exploring all that East Anglia has to offer.

  • 16th Century

Sibton White Horse Inn

Sibton White Horse Inn, Sibton, nr. Saxmundham, Suffolk, IP17 2JJ.

Retaining much of its original Tudor charm, this traditional Suffolk pub features an award winning restaurant. The five well appointed guest rooms are located in a separate building, most of which enjoy views over the sleepy village green.

  • 16th Century

Fasbourn Hall

Fasbourn Hall, Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 3EB.

Surrounded by beautiful moated gardens, the historic Fasbourn Hall dates from the 15th century. Now offering luxurious accommodation in three en-suite rooms, complete with medieval beams and king sized beds, it sits in the heart of the Suffolk countryside .

  • 15th Century