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Crown & Castle Hotel

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The Crown and Castle is unlike almost any other hotel in Britain. Although extremely quietly positioned, it is not a country house hotel in the hackneyed, ruched-curtain, prohibitively expensive sense. Neither is it efficient but soulless, in the way modern, city-centre hotels can be.

The 18 en-suite bedrooms are divided between the main house and the garden, the latter being particularly suitable for guests bringing dogs, or those who prefer to be on the ground floor. Each garden room also has the benefit of a small terrace with table and chairs - ideal for reading the papers or soaking up the afternoon sun. (The east coast enjoys particularly dry weather with lots of blue skies.)

Ruth and David Watson have set out to create a new concept in hospitality, offering a genial atmosphere, good food and well-designed, simple bedrooms at modest cost. The Watsons are well known restaurateurs and hoteliers in Suffolk, having previously owned Hintlesham Hall and the famous Fox and Goose Inn at Fressingfield.

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Number of Rooms: 18
Number Ensuite: 18

Price per Room:

Double: From £90
Twin: From £120
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Name: Trinity Bistro
Cuisine: Modern British
Chef: Ruth Watson
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes
Michelin Bib Gourmand

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Early Bird 3-night package
Our irresistible Early Bird 3-night package offers savings of up to £346. Yes, really!
Itís quite simple, for just £499 for 3 nights and an a la carte dinner on two evenings plus full English breakfast each morning you get the best room we have available at time of booking.
Valid Sunday through Thursday nights from Sunday, 19th February to Thursday, 29th March and to benefit from this offer, please mention Information Britain.

Offers posted Thu 16th Feb 2012

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