The Old Rectory Hopton
|Minimum Stay||1 night|
|Living space||5000 square feet|
Suitable for childrenNo
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Description from the owner
An utterly unsurpassed luxury Suffolk bed and breakfast with optional diiner, by request, retreat in which everyone can relax and be assured of their own space in beautiful surroundings - The Old Rectory in Hopton is unforgottable, This lovely Grade II listed timber framed building dates from the 16th century and behind its symmetrical Georgian faĂ§ade, lie high quality furniture and furnishings which are in keeping with the times when the occupants of rectories were the younger sons of the landed gentry. Outside The Old Rectory, in the mainly walled garden, stands a magnificent copper beech tree with the carvings of names of evacuees during...Read more
The Old Rectory Hopton
Diss, East of England, England
Additional Location Information
Ideally situated on the Suffolk/Norfolk border to explore East Anglia.
The magnifecent houses and gardens are within easy driving distances as are the the Suffolk and Norfolk coast lines. The cathedral cities of Cambridge, Ely and Norwich are also easily acceptable as is the National Stud at Newmarket.
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in GBP) (change)
|Rate Summary||$151||$151||$0||$0||1 night|
|Jul. 6 2012 - Jul. 12 2012||$151||$151||-||-||1 night|
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Additional notes from owner
Single Occupancy rate is 65 and dinner is 30 per head excluding drinks. The Old Rectory Hopton has a full liquor licence
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: February 07, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Mr & Mrs James Graham
Egerton, Ashford, Kent
Happy memories are made of this
It is said that people get the governments they deserve. Stretching this analogy beyond logical extension, "The Old Rectory" in the quiet village of Hopton delivers far more than guests have a right to expect.
Where else is elegant & comfortable accommodation, accompanied by friendly but unobtrusive hospitality & excellent food available at such a reasonable price? Trus value for money is a keynote to the deserved success of the facilities provided by hosts, Sarah & Bobby Llewellyn.
Afternoon tea with delicious, homemade cake in the snug, early evening drinks in the tastefully furnished lounge, around a blazing log fire in cold weather, and the warm but far from irritating welcome of the two, loveable canine members of the household are all additional bonuses.
But don't take our word for it, even though we have made 7 visits in the past 5 years - put it to the test yourselves; you will not be disappointed.
Response from Robert Llewellyn - 08/10/2011
Thank you we always try our best and it is very grateful to be so appreciated