Named after Adnams blond beer, this room reflects the glow from the perfect pint.
Furnished with modern light solid oak furniture this room gives the feeling of space and quality with its fresh light oak laminate flooring.
The spacious en-suite bathroom boasts quality fittings including power shower to enjoy. The top quality double bed will ensure a good nights sleep, an alarm clock is provided if you need to arise early as this room is so quiet and comfortable it is so easy to over sleep!
Named after Adnams delightful light summer beer this light airy room is normally set as a twin bedded room designed with accessibility in mind.
The extra wide door allows easy access for wheel chairs and the spacious en-suite is fitted with support rails and lift bar.
**The en-suite is looking a little 'tired' and in need of some updating - this is reflected in the lower price being offered**
Named after Adnams fabulous award winning premium beer this room truly is top of the class.
Accessed via an external staircase this splendid room occupies the entire first floor.
The modern solid light oak double bed is almost lost in the space of this room, extra furniture includes modern cane settee, matching chair and nest of coffee tables.
This room is perfect for the executive on business with ample space for business meetings.
The room has two 2Mbit Broadband access points and if required a further switch can be provided to increase access to eight ports.
Cherry Tree Pub
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Lock-up facility for bicycles
Internet connection (wireless)
Early check-in available on request
The traditional Inn also boasts a children's play area, large car park and spacious sheltered garden that is partly shielded by a Grade II listed barn which has been converted to offer four star Hotel style accommodation.
Its charming interior of open fires, twisting oak beams and sloping ceilings bear witness to the centuries past. The warm and friendly atmosphere is enhanced by a superb range of eight cask ales, fine traditional pub food and excellent wines.
At Woodbridge Tide Mill, man has worked for over 800 years harnessing the totally reliable and predictable green energy from the tides to drive a mill producing flour and animal feed. This was the last commercially working tide mill in the UK and it has now been restored to working order.
When tides permit the five metre English oak waterwheel will turn the machinery, and grain will be milled to produce flour. An imaginative timeline records the Tide Mill’s long history and fascinating owners and is complemented by interactive models, audio stations, videos, display panels, life-size cut-outs of the miller’s family and cats. There's also a Childrens' corner and dressing-up box.