Worlington Hall, near Bury St Edmunds

Worlington Hall, near Bury St Edmunds

Set in a Grade II listed building, Worlington Hall offers traditional rooms and two wonderful eateries.

The country house style of the hotel runs through to the bedrooms with original features, fireplaces and luxurious fabrics.

It was built in 1570, but the original Elizabethan house had its beautiful Queen Anne façade added in the early 18th century. The original Elizabethan carved-wood panelling adds greatly to the intimate character of the bar which, with its cheerful log fire, provides a perfect setting to relax before or after dinner.

You will find an á-la-carte restaurant, function suite, lounge bar and charming accommodation, boulles and croquet available to play

Children are welcome at the hotel.

Both resident and non-resident guests are welcome to have a light snack in the bar at lunchtime, or enjoy a full a la carte dinner in the lovely Willow Room or Oak Room restaurants.

Private dinner parties can be held in the comfort of the Willow Room, which is also available for business meetings or working lunches. This attractive, sunlit room also provides pleasant surroundings for guests to start the day with a hearty, home-cooked breakfast.

The candle lit Oak Room is the larger of the two restaurants, and offers guests the opportunity to savour the delights of freshly prepared food in a warm and relaxing atmosphere

Tea making facilities and digital television in each room.Recently refurbished bathrooms are connected to each of the bedrooms.


The Garden Suite has its own private entrance from both the garden and car park, it provides the perfect setting for weddings, dinner dances and conferences. Up to 150 guests can be accommodated in stylish comfort, with ample room for entertainment and dancing. Separate bar facilities are also available.

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