- Very Good
- 7 guest reviews
"This hotel really is wonderful. The setting is stunning and as soon as you turn off the road into the estate, you know you're onto a good th..."
"Very well appointed and maintained. We stayed in "Amelie", it was a traditional, very tastefully, decorated room but the minor complaint was..."
"Beautiful place to stay with the right mix of luxury and informality. Feels like home it's someone checking you have everything you need...."
"Fantastic stay highly recommend, very child friendly and excellent staff base..."
"Charming place to stay and lovely receptionist, delightful...."
About the hotel
Welcome to The Ickworth Hotel, where luxury and family life go hand-in-hand. Climb trees, ride bikes and spot deer in 1,800 acres of parkland, then chill out with delectable cuisine, country views and child-friendly facilities on tap. Just two hours from London, the Ickworth Hotel is enveloped in rolling Suffolk countryside.
Here you can sip champagne in the Italianate gardens, follow geo-caching clues around the estate, or free-wheel along the Grand Tour bicycle route. Once you’ve enjoyed a breath of fresh air, relax with the family in elegant hotel surroundings.
- Disabled Facilities, Limited Hours Room Service, Concierge, Laundry/Valet Service, Childrens Facilities - Outdoor, Pets Allowed
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available, Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
- Restaurant, Bar
- Indoor Pool
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- Up to 8 years old
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Wondeful family hotel... we've booked to return soon.
This hotel really is wonderful.
The setting is stunning and as soon as you turn off the road into the estate, you know you're onto a good thing. The building is beautiful and the grounds of the hotel and National Trust site are well worth exploring. We borrowed bikes (helmets and child seats available too) and enjoyed exploring the locality. Our room in the lodge was lovely (Holm) and breakfast was a relaxed affair as the children played outside on the lawn equipped with toys with with other guests children leaving us free to enjoy a coffee and read of the paper. Meal times are a breeze as bowls, bibs, spoons and chairs are provided. The only downside was the restaurant. Service is painfully slow and I hope this is worked on as it did dampen our time at the hotel (3 1/4 hours for an evening meal resulted in a fractious baby and exhausted child who struggled with tiredness the next day). Having said that, all of the staff were incredibly lovely to deal with and endeavoured to look after us well. Afternoon tea is well worth booking in for.. provably the best one we've had in years.
Whilst staying at the hotel, we booked to come again and it was the BEST part of the Summer break according to my 6 year old!
Perfect Country Hotel
Very well appointed and maintained.
We stayed in "Amelie", it was a traditional, very tastefully, decorated room but the minor complaint was the bed encroached into the wardrobe space meaning the doors and drawers couldn't be used on that side very easily. As we were only staying one night it didn't present too many problems. Swimming pool, in a seperate building, was really warm, there were Spa treatments available in the hotel, but no sauna or steam room in the spa. Beautiful gardens and grounds with a small NT garden centre onsite. Be aware if you want to go into the NT part of the house, double check if it is open on a Wednesday if that coincides with your schedule.