East Anglia Hotels

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Stretching along the east coast of England, this beautiful part of the country incorporates Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire. When you stay at hotels in East Anglia you are presented with canals, coastline, fishing villages and vibrant cities.

There is such an eclectic mix of landscapes, activities, attractions and things to do that you will love every minute you spend here. Our fabulous collection of luxury East Anglia hotels introduces you to different parts of the region, each possessing its own individual personality. From the ancient town of Ipswich to the pretty market town of Bury St Edmunds, there is a location and hotel to suit you.

East Anglia is steeped in fascinating history, so around every corner you will find a wonderful museum, stately home or magnificent cathedral. But that’s not all, the dramatic and beautiful landscape lends itself to fun activities such as cycling, walking, sailing and horse riding.

Out and About

The vast, diverse landscape is perfect for children and adults to explore. If you fancy getting out and about on a bike or by foot, there are endless scenic paths and trails where you can discover the local wildlife and breathe in the fresh air. Make sure you have your camera at the ready to capture the beautiful scenery and idyllic nature. Whatever the season, as long as you wear appropriate clothing, it’s great to get outdoors in East Anglia.

For anyone interested in soaking up the history and culture of the region, you will find everything from museums and galleries, to steam trains and cathedrals. Houghton Hall is a majestic Palladian house in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, which has an incredible five acre walled garden, sculptures, restaurant and gift shop.

The vast, diverse landscape is perfect for children and adults to explore. If you fancy getting out and about on a bike or by foot, there are endless scenic paths and trails where you can discover the local wildlife and breathe in the fresh air. Make sure you have your camera at the ready to capture the beautiful scenery and idyllic nature. Whatever the season, as long as you wear appropriate clothing, it’s great to get outdoors in East Anglia.

For anyone interested in soaking up the history and culture of the region, you will find everything from museums and galleries, to steam trains and cathedrals. Houghton Hall is a majestic Palladian house in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, which has an incredible five acre walled garden, sculptures, restaurant and gift shop.