A warm welcome awaits you at Mill House Bed & Breakfast in Sudbury. This charming Grade II* 500-year-old medieval townhouse is only five minutes’ walk from the centre of town with beautiful views of the River Stour and the water meadows.
The double bedrooms are large and comfortable: one has a balcony with river view and the other also overlooks the river. Each room has a private bathroom. Toiletries, hairdryer, toweling bathrobes, cotton sheets and feather quilts or blankets all contribute to make it special for you.
Enjoy a pot of tea or coffee and homemade cakes in the gardens or on the balcony, or sit in the large elevated conservatory soaking in the bucolic atmosphere of the river pond and meadows with their ducklings, swans and highland cattle.
Breakfast is simple with a variety of fresh produce, fresh fruit juice, homemade preserves, bread and cold meats, fruits, free range eggs, smoked salmon or haddock.
Beautiful view, very welcoming hosts who couldn’t do enough. Many thanks.
Mr & Mrs Kedian, Colchester
Thank you for a wonderful and realxing stay. Your hospitality made us feel so welcome. We slept very well and enjoyed the fabulous views and wonderful, tasty breakfasts, especially the omeletee, cheeses and brioche and coffee.
Sheila & Denis, London
Thanks for making us feel so welcomed, it was a very unique experience, a step in the past. Wonderful. We had morning tea on the terrace watching the cows and swans. 10 out of 10 for our breakfast. Hope to see you again.
Angela & Peter Milton, Degenham
Lovely and thoughtful accommodation, fab views too! Appreciated our stay during the current ‘crisis’. Thank you.
Mr & Mrs Rutter, Dorset
A house with character in a lovely setting. We were so well looked after. Thanks.
Mr & Mrs Parker, Sheffield
Thank you so much for such a lovely stay and for making us so very welcome. We were here for a wedding and our stay couldn’t have been better. Breakfast was delicious. Thank you for making all of us including our dogs feel so at home. We’ll be back.
David & Lea Smith, West Sussex