At Ickworth you're never far from breathtaking views or beautiful country walks. Set within 1,800 acres of beautiful parkland in Suffolk, we've got fresh air in abundance (not to mention tree climbing, bike riding, getting messy and generally having lots of fun). Combine the traditions of a great country house with our relaxed and welcoming contemporary style, and what you get is one of the UK's most remarkable luxury family hotels.
Take your pick from our 27 bedrooms, decorated in either elegantly traditional or chic and modern style. And for those with an independent spirit, The Lodge at Ickworth is perfect it offers 11 apartments that are ideal for large families, groups or exclusive-use events, all set within its own four-acre gardens and just a short walk or cycle from the main hotel and our luxury spa facilities should you be seeking much needed relaxation. Our restaurant sources only the best local produce, to create a truly exceptional dining experience and our wedding facilities will ensure your special day is a memorable one. Whatever you decide, at Ickworth there is ample room for families to play, laugh, talk and simply be themselves.
- Bury, St. Edmunds
|Phone Number||012 8473 5350|
This hotel is superb. the food is outstanding the grounds are beautiful and the staff are all friendly
Beautiful Hotel in a Beautiful setting. We stayed in Amelie which was perfect, comfy beds, large bathroom with Elemis products. The only big let down was the evening meal. The food really isn’t anything special for the price, triple cooked chips were rock hard and had to be removed from my bill. Onglet was nice but nothing special for £20 odd. The choice is very limited. The children’s menu however I thought was great. Dessert, again limited. Went for the chocolate olive oil cake which was just ok, the cake was dry and didn’t seem fresh. Not worth £9. Otherwise a lovely stay, breakfast was great, staff super friendly. Wouldn’t stay again due to the evening meal being so bad.
I was given a GV for my birthday for a traditional afternoon tea for 2 in December last year. On 28th May Bank Holiday Monday, my husband and I visited Ickworth house and garden before heading to The Ickworth Hotel for our treat. We were seated at a nice table, offered chilled water and asked what hot drink we would like. The tea and coffee were brought followed by our afternoon tea. Normal for my husband and gluten free for me. The food was lovely! My husband ate all his sandwiches, scones and cakes but by the time I got to my cakes, I was stuffed! I did eat 2 of the cakes. We were offered refills for the pots of tea and coffee. The staff were pleasant and helpful. We were well looked after. I would definitely go again! Thank you for a lovely afternoon.
NB. Only downside was that on hot days, air conditioners or fans would be welcome. It was very hot in the conservatory.