Benhall Green, Saxmundham, Suffolk, IP17 1HN
Telephone: 01728 602449
English Tourism Council 4 Stars
Honeypot Lodge is set in an acre of quiet
Suffolk countryside close to the small Georgian market town of Saxmundham,
seven miles from Aldeburgh and two from Snape. Surrounded by mature trees
and garden, we can guarantee you a relaxing visit.
Both our en-suite twin and double
rooms are tastefully decorated and very comfortable, affording private
showers, hand basins and W.C.'s. Tea/coffee making facilities,television and radio are supplied in the bedrooms and television is also available in the sitting room, which is of sole use for
the guests. We have a no-smoking policy in the bedrooms, but you may smoke
in the garden.
Breakfast is served in the dining
room, which overlooks the swimming pool and grounds; in good weather we
hope you will enjoy breakfast on the terrace. There is ample parking for
Benhall Green is on the edge of the
Suffolk heritage coast and heaths district, designated an area of
outstanding natural beauty. We are ideally situated for you to explore and
visit a wealth of places.
Aldeburgh is a traditional Suffolk
fishing town 7 miles to the east, renowned for its annual music festival,
much of which takes place at Snape Maltings, a large complex which includes
shops and galleries, this being a mere 2 miles from Honeypot Lodge.
To the north is Southwold, another
charming seaside town and home to delicious Adnams ales.
Walberswick just to the south of this
stands at the mouth of Blyth estuary and is much loved by artists.
RSPB Minsmere nature reserve offers
every one a great day out.
To the west lies Framlingham with its
impressive 12th century castle.
The area offers visitors a variety of
experiences, from walking, cycling, sailing and golf and of course it is
the perfect place just to unwind.
Bed and Breakfast from £65.00 per room
per night based on two people sharing
There is a £45.00 charge on single
occupancy in either room
Light lunches, afternoon tea and
supper; can be arranged on request at an extra charge.
Unless you are approaching East
Suffolk from Norfolk you will invariably come via the A12/A14 Ipswich south
orbital by-pass crossing the Orwell Bridge. From the A14 to Felixstowe
follow directions for Lowestoft/Gt. Yarmouth (A12). Passing Martlesham,
Woodbridge, and Wickham Market by pass, Marlesford, Little Glemham,
Stratford St. Andrew and the Aldeburgh turn off, take the signposted B1121
Follow this road round to the left
over the Railway Bridge and turn right at the first building on your right,
signposted Benhall Green. Passing a thatched primary school on your left
continue to the third turning on your right which is Aldecar Lane. Follow
the lane until you think you have gone too far; as the lane veers to the
right we are immediately on your right, continue on behind the yellow house
and here we are. WELCOME.
If coming via Norfolk, take the A12 south
from Lowestoft and continue past Saxmundham; take the left turn signposted
B1121 Sternfield and follow directions as above.
Trains to Saxmundham run from Ipswich
and Lowestoft and most are direct to and from London Liverpool Street.
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