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Swan at Lavenham Lavenham, East Anglia

Fine luxury hotel & Spa in the historic Suffolk wool town of Lavenham

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Swan at Lavenham

The Swan Hotel at Lavenham is a stunning 15th Century luxury country hotel set in the heart of the historic wool town of Lavenham in Suffolk.

This is a privately-owned 4 AA red star hotel situated in the historic wool town of Lavenham. It is an excellent base for people wishing to explore Suffolk and holds nostalgic memories for many. 45 individual character bedrooms, some with four posters, inglenook fireplaces and original Medieval wall paintings.

The Gallery Restaurant has been awarded 2 AA rosettes. Informal dining is also available in the Brasseriet or the historic Airman's Bar, filled with memorabilia from US and British servicemen stationed nearby during WWII.

The Swan has a wonderful reputation for its traditional afternoon teas, with an assortment of finger sandwiches, scones and homemade cakes served on tiered cake stands.

The Swan at Lavenham is the quintessential English country hotel and restaurant and regarded as one of the very finest hotels in East Anglia

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