Rectory Manor Hotel

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Rectory Manor Hotel

Rectory Manor is a 5 Star, Grade II listed historic country house with a Gold award, offering bed and breakfast in the style of a boutique hotel.

Situated just minutes from the centres of Lavenham, Sudbury and Long Melford, enjoy the personal attention of an in-house butler.

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Chosen by ‘Tatler Magazine’ as one of the 12 smartest B&B’s in the country and recommended by ‘Country Living’.

Located in a conservation area surrounded by thatched cottages.

Four Posters and Garden Suites available.

Large luxuriously decorated double en-suite bedrooms, extensive gardens with a swimming pool and tennis court.

A member of The Historic Houses Association, with accolades from Sawdays, Wolsey Lodges and Charming Small Hotels.

Complimentary high-speed WiFi, HD TV’s and minibars plus toiletries from either Penhaligons or Gilchrist & Soames.

High security electronic keys to come and go as you please.

Rated ‘Excellent’ for the last 4 years by both TripAdvisor and Trivago.

Breakfast is served in the dining room at a medieval rectory table, where you can feast on a full Suffolk or continental breakfast.

Please contact us for further details or visit our website.

Hotels For Hospitals Initiative
In times of trouble, where negativity reigns, often positivity comes forth. From crisis, the opportunity to roll up one’s sleeves and help out with true British spirit arises. This is exactly what happened with the Suffolk hotel industry in the early stages of the Covid -19 pandemic. Just as in World War Two when our hotels became military hospitals or bases for the home guard to live, The Sudbury & Lavenham Hotels Forum was formed to help the pandemic effort with their initiative Hotels for Hospitals.
Put simply, hotels are experts at hosting people. The Covid -19 health crisis needed just that; hosts with beds and the expertise to feed and look after people. Initially, the guests were to be those who had been in hospital, who were Covid – 19 free, and now recovering. This would allow valuable hospital bed space to be taken by a patient with more acute medical needs.
Find out more how, through the initiative of Hotels for Hospitals, hoteliers have been proactive, planned to host a new type of patient/guest which would,  in the process, help save the tourism industry so crucial to Suffolk. And whilst Hotels for Hospitals isn’t in action right now, you can find out what the future holds for this wonderful initiative.