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Welcome to Clay Hall House Tudor B&B

Address: Clay Hall House, Clay Hall Lane, Acton, Acton, Sudbury, CO10 0AQ

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This beautiful adults-only country retreat within a 500 year old manor house, boasts ancient timber beams, large Inglenook fireplaces and real wood-burning stoves. The guest rooms are in the oldest part of Clay Hall House, which was built around 1520. The king room has a spacious en-suite bathroom, and the double room has a small private shower room immediately outside the bedroom. Guests can relax in the sitting room with a wood burning stove. A light and airy conservatory is also available from April to October. Freshly prepared breakfasts are cooked on a traditional Aga stove, made with locally sourced ingredients and eggs from the properties own free range hens. The kitchen has been awarded a 5 Star hygiene rating by the Food Standards Agency. Clay Hall House is nestled in the beautiful Stour Valley, inspiration behind the works of the famous artists Thomas Gainsborough and John Constable. There are many cycling, walking and car touring routes in the local area. The historic Suffolk villages Lavenham and Long Melford, and the pretty riverside town of Sudbury are within 3 miles. Sudbury Train Station is an 11-minute drive away and Stansted Airport is 40 minutes’ drive away and Cambridge can be reached in 1 hour.

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Melford Hall - Historical Houses

Melford Hall - Historical Houses

Distance 2.17 miles (3.48 km)
Melford Hall is a romantic turreted brick Tudor mansion near the green in the unspoilt village of Long Melford. The Hyde-Parker family have lived in the house since 1786, Queen Elizabeth I was entertained here in 1578. The house has a traditional garden with fine trees and clipped box hedges. Seasonal interest in the garden includes daffodils in the spring, herbaceous borders in the summer and autumn colour. There is a display of items connected with Beatrix Potter who was related to the family and visited often. General Information: Walk in the historic park, Adapted WC at gatehouse. Dogs not allowed in house (except guide dogs).

Newton Green Golf Club - Sudbury - Golf

Newton Green Golf Club - Sudbury - Golf

Distance 2.71 miles (4.34 km)
Newton Green Golf club was founded as a 9-hole common land course in 1907. It is one of the oldest golf clubs in Suffolk. The Common land area now holds 8 holes for the 18 hole course plus a spare hole we maintain for the villagers 9 hole rights, practise, and as an emergency hole when we undertake any large scale work on the course. These are challenging golf holes, where patience and tidy golf will reap rewards. The old area of the course is on 'The Green', which is managed by the Newton Green Trust on which we have a member to represent the club.

Gainsboroughs House - Historical Houses

Gainsboroughs House - Historical Houses

Distance 2.72 miles (4.35 km)
Gainsborough's House is the birthplace museum of Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788), one of England's most celebrated artists. More of his paintings, drawings and prints are on display here than anywhere else in the world. 46 Gainsborough Street in Sudbury is a charming town-house with a Georgian façade built by the artist's father. It retains features dating back more than 500 years. There is a tranquil walled garden. Among Gainsborough memorabilia to be seen in the House are the artist's studio cabinet, his sword stick and his pocket watch. The collection shows visitors the range of Gainsborough's work - portraits, landscapes, drawings and prints. Exhibitions of contemporary art and craft are shown in two galleries and in the garden.