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The East Wing at Ickworth was home to the Hervey family before it passed to the National Trust. The surroundings are as grand as ever but the idea that “children should be seen but not heard” has gone right out of the hundred or more windows. Where else can you go that offers luxurious...
I have just returned from a two night stay at the Ickworth with my wife and baby daughter.
First and foremost we had an enjoyable break and were blessed with beautiful weather.
The hotel is in a beautiful setting and first impressions were good. Check...More
it didn't start well - i rang to ask if they did breakfast for non residents (midweek) - and after two people couldn't answer that simple question, they went off to ask the chef.
Breakfast was in a noisy conservatory .... with a hot buffet...More
This is a great hotel for families, but doesn't quite hit the mark as romantic retreat for couples. However, If you want somewhere to explore the English countryside with the bonus of a quirky and unique country house, then the Ickworth Hotel is worth a...More
Had a voucher from buyagift.com and so had a most enjoyable afternoon tea.
A pleasant, light conservatory and a peaceful atmosphere overlooking the gardens.
A generous spread with a variety of sandwiches, attractive cakes, excellent scones and cream. Great care was taken with the gluten...More
For my mother's birthday I decided to take her to ickworth house and hotel for an afternoon tea and use of the spa facilities. On arrival we were very excited by the exterior of the buildings and it's grandeur, however we were met quite coldly...More
Response from norfolk621 | Reviewed this property |
We stayed in a room called Amelia. It was a lovely room with a window seat over looking the Italian garden. I'm sure you won't be disappointed with any room you get. It's a lovely place with lovely staff. Enjoy your stay.
When we were there they offered picnics. We took ours down to the walled courtyard areas by the river. Picnic was great, good value. I've also done a food shop before going along for lunches and kept stuff in the mini fridge... More
When we were there they offered picnics. We took ours down to the walled courtyard areas by the river. Picnic was great, good value. I've also done a food shop before going along for lunches and kept stuff in the mini fridge as it's fairly pricey already!! Hope that helps