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Worlington Hall
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Reviewed 26 March 2013

Booked two nights because our usual hotel was full, and having read some of these reviews I was rather worried. I needn't have been! I am writing this courtesy of their free WiFi, which gives a good clear signal. We have a lovely big room with a huge bed, bigger than Kingsize, and a large bathroom with a modern freestanding bath. Everything is spotlessly clean. The staff have been very friendly and helpful. The food might be pub grub, but it is properly cooked, and the vegetables are fresh - I had broccoli last night, which is easy to get wrong, but it was green & perfectly done. The breakfast was excellent, again properly cooked with real fried potatoes, not the horrible frozen hash browns that seem to have become part of an 'English breakfast' lately. And a cafetiere of ground coffee complemented it perfectly.
The grounds are perfect for dog walking, and indeed, this is a brilliant hotel if you are travelling with a mutt. The room is lovely and warm, having 2 heaters if needed. Tea and coffee provision in the room is generous.
We will make this our hotel of choice in Suffolk from now on.

Stayed: March 2013, travelled as a couple
Thank Sue P
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Reviewed 14 March 2013

Should be and has been in the past a very nice hotel. Visited it recently as part of a group booking. Three of us had food from a limited and basic menu which was tasty and well cooked, but the bar area, restaurant and function room were so cold and only one person was on duty to serve drinks and meals. it was so cold people were keeping their coats on. Not very welcoming.

  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled with friends
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Thank Trevorhb
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Reviewed 4 January 2013

Nice hotel, in beatuiful settings. The breakfast was generous and well presented and we were happy with our room. The room overlooked the back lawn of the hotel, which is pretty and has a nice view of the countryside.
Close to Bury, St Edmunds which is a nice family day out. Would definitely visit again.

Room Tip: Anything overlooking the back lawn.
  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled with family
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Thank Anna H
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Reviewed 25 November 2012

Having booked in the very helpful member of staff struggled to locate my allocated room ; he said it was his second day on the job . The same staff member ran the evening bar where i spent some time relaxing with family and we all noted how pleasant a person he is...- James Power...an asset to a shabby hotel with it`s air of indifference.The next morning i went to the 8 o`clock breakfast and waited until 9.30 to be served a very mediocre plate served by the apologetic James . It seems the chef Terry was at least an hour late which i find utterly infuriating and totally unacceptable.

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled solo
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2  Thank Emily M
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Reviewed 12 August 2012

on arriving already found the hotel disspointing , my room was dated and tired but was prepared to give it the benefit of the doubt . During the night i woke and had to use the loo only to find i was sharing with about a dozen or more wood lice. Staff were apologetic noting everything down . Bar prices very expensive , for a very poor warm bottle of white wine which was not put into a cooler and just plonked on the table we were charged £25 ..... On the positive breakfast wasnt to bad, order taken to fast then a long wait for it to arrive ... All in all i will not be returning to worlington hall .

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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