The Crown Inn at Stoke By Nayland

Royaume-Uni / Colchester / England / Suffolk

The Crown Stoke by Nayland Suffolk was re-opened in November 2003 after extensive refurbishment. The boutique Hotel which took twelve months to build was launched in September 2008. The Crown Stoke by Nayland is an historic privately owned village inn that has a reputation for making everyone feel welcome without pretension, simply with a passion for high standards, good service, food, wine and Real Ale. To complete the picture a boutique hotel has been created, eleven stylish luxury en-suite bedrooms individually designed and furnished. Stoke by Nayland is a picturesque village built on a hill above the Stour and Box river valleys on the Suffolk-Essex border. The 120-foot tower of St Marys Church is a local landmark and featured in the works of the 18th Century English landscape artist John Constable who immortalized the surrounding countryside of The Dedham Vale, now designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. If the hustle and bustle of everyday life gets just too much, the Crown is the perfect choice to get away from it all. Explore the glorious Suffolk countryside, hire a boat at Flatford Mill or Dedham or visit the historic villages of Lavenham, Long Melford or Kersey. Once you have done all this you may perhaps feel like venturing slightly further afield to the historic seaside towns of Frinton or Aldeburgh, the Crown is ideally located, but yet removed enough to completely unwind. The eleven rooms are quietly located in our new boutique hotel to the rear of the property and overlooking open countryside. All rooms are individually decorated and very comfortably furnished with handcrafted beds and Henderson Russell Furniture. Rooms on the ground floor are contemporary in design whilst the rooms upstairs are furnished in a Country Home style with Enchanted House iron bedsteads. All have king size or super king size beds with luxury pocket sprung mattresses. Three rooms have French windows opening on to their own terrace.