Hotels near Victory Road stadium - Leiston FC

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Manor Farm Knodishall - Manor Farm, Knodishall IP17 1TL

1.4 miles from Victory Road
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £90.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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Each beautiful bedroom has been individually decorated within keeping of the house. Our beds rage from King size to Superking, all our Superking beds can be split into two twins. All rooms have their own high-standard en-suite facilities and feature a flat-screen Freeview TV, Wi-Fi, hospitality try, hairdryer and Basic Earth toiletries. Manor Farm guest rooms have been newly furnished to offer spacious accommodation in keeping with the Georgian farmhouse. All of room has views overlooking the arable farmland and garden. Our bed sizes range from kingsized to super king each room has a new en-suite. Other room facilites are Digital TV, Guest access to wifi (please be aware that the wifi can be slow to load with speeds of 1-3.5Mb), Welcome tray, hairdryer, toiletries and desk.

Thorpeness Hotel - Thorpeness Thorpeness IP16 4NH

2.2 miles from Victory Road
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £99.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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The hotel located on the edge of this unusual and quirky seaside village is only a few minutes from the beach and adjacent to the famous Thorpeness Meare. Built in the 1920's as part of an Edwardian holiday village the hotel offers recently refurbished facilities incorporating 36 en-suite rooms, two bars and a restaurant, drawing room, library and snooker room. The atmosphere is in keeping with the traditonal and original concept but with modern facilities and 3 star standards. Some bedrooms overlook the well known and challenging 18 holes golf course, and several the Meare and gardens. The terrace is ideal for al fresco dining or a pre dinner drink during the warmer months. Menus feature fresh local produce either for full dining in the restaurant or for a lighter menu in the Patio Bar. Wines and beers are supplied by Adnams of Southwold who are well know for quality, including local Suffolk cider, Broadside Beer and award winning wines. The hotel offers excellent golf, and cycle hire all year round and in the Summer rowing boats. The fashionable seaside towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold are well worth a visit, or browse the home and gardens shops at Snape Maltings, home of the Aldeburgh Music Festival. We look forward to welcoming you to Thorpeness.

Brick Cottage - 16 Mill Field Brick Cottage, Aldeburgh IP15 5LL

3.4 miles from Victory Road
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £184.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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A super 3 bedroom cottage tucked away in Aldeburgh and close to the beach and to local shops/amenities. The property benefits from three bedrooms (1 x king-size and 2 x double bedrooms) and two bathrooms (1 x en-suite shower room and 1 x family bathroom) and 1 x cloakroom.The house makes for the perfect base for your holiday on the Suffolk coast. Further benefits: off-street parking, rear private garden, unlimited WIFI, Tassimo coffee maker, washing machine, dish washer and separate dryer. The property is spacious, bright and classically decorated. They each consist of separate bedrooms, a living room with a TV, and a bathroom with towels. Guests can use the fully equipped kitchen featuring a microwave and coffee machine to prepare meals and snacks. A choice of restaurants can be found within a 5-minute drive. The surrounding countryside is ideal for hiking and cycling, and there are several hiking trails which run past the accommodation.

The Bell At Sax' - 31 High st, saxmundham IP171AF

3.4 miles from Victory Road
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £100.0 | Customer rating: 6\6
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With the East Suffolk Heritage Coast all around us, The Bell At Sax' makes a great destination from which to explore the beautiful landscapes, cultural delights and beaches in this beautiful part of East Anglia. One particular place to visit a short drive away is Snape Maltings, home to Aldeburgh Music and a great shopping emporium for gifts, fashion (and the lovely things you hadn't realised you needed!) alongside its concert halls and antique shops. A lovely eye-catching Victorian building, The Bell has the lovely wooden floors, flagstones and high ceilings you would expect along with open log fires, squishy sofas and a hotchpotch of tables and mismatching chairs, befitting a relaxed shabby-chic property as we are. We have two lovely intimate dining rooms serving our trademark relaxed good food, locally sourced and passionately prepared by Owner and Head Chef Jonathan Nicholson. Jonny in his early days was Sous Chef for Marco Pierre White at his first restaurant, Harveys in London's Wandsworth as well as Executive Chef for Sir Terence Conran at his Bluebird Restaurant and Club on Chelsea's Kings Road. At The Bell, we have a lovely mix of vistors and residents along with locals popping in for a drink or a bite to eat. In our bar, we have draught local ales a well-stocked array of spirits and a short but interesting Liberty of London wine list. Our ten rooms upstairs come in a range of sizes but all are full of character, spacious and en-suite. All the rooms come with tea and coffee-making facilities and Freeview TV; a full cooked breakfast is included in all our room rates. The present Bell Hotel, as it is painted above the front door (we are definitively a laid-back restaurant-with-rooms now but the frontage is listed!), as built in 1842 on a site which had been occupied by an inn for centuries and it originally had stabling for 40 horses and six acres of pasture. King George II stayed at the Bell in January 1737 en-route by carriage from Lowestoft to Londo
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