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Tuddenham Mill

Tuddenham, United Kingdom

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The Premises 

This 17th-century Suffolk abode is a converted water mill in 12 acres of land, enhanced with a sleek, minimalist restaurant and super-stylish boudoirs with high-spec Starck-fitted ensuites. Tuddenham Mill is somewhere to while away a lazy sunny afternoon playing boules by a swan-studded pond, or cosied up on hand-picked statement furniture in a spacious lounge bar under original exposed beams.

Tuddenham Mill

High Street Tuddenham, United Kingdom


Compliments of the House 

A Mill Bag (a small gift from of toiletries to take home); members staying three nights or more will also get a bottle of champagne

At the Hotel 

CHECK-OUT: 11am; check‑in 3pm; both are flexible for £30, subject to availability.
Rates include breakfast.


Twelve acres of gardens, boules pitch, DVD/CD library, Merida Crossway hybrid bikes and board games to borrow, laundry. In rooms, six‑foot Presotto beds, minibar with free water and juice, free WiFi, Loewe flatscreens with Apple TV (including Netflix), Bose sound system and iPod dock, Espa toiletries.


Indigestion tablets: you won't be able to stop eating the chef's delightful (and generously portioned) food, especially since it's everywhere you look (including dangerously moreish home-made biscuits in your room).


Extra beds or cots can be provided for under-16s for £30 a night. There’s a children’s menu, and the chef is happy to adapt the main menu (only breakfast is included in the extra-bed rate, though). Highchairs, pencils and crayons are always to hand.


There’s a two‑night minimum stay on Saturday nights; three nights bank holidays.
Praise be: bathroom toiletries are courtesy of Espa, and they're a decent size, too.


The hotel is unable to accept American Express cards. Guests will also be required to pre-book their check-in time. For two- and three-night Christmas break stays, bookings cancelled after 1 December will be charged in full; cancellations made before 1 December will lose their initial 50 per cent deposit.


We love the three large, airy rooms in the main mill: exposed beams, dinner‑plate‑sized shower heads and double‑ended stone baths big enough for a crowd – definitely worth, ahem, splashing out on. The tubs in the Mill Room and Mill Room East have views of the pond through picture windows. Of the Loft Suites we have soft spots for Loft South and Loft West (although shyer types should note the latter's bathroom opens doorlessly into the bedroom).

Food & Drink 

Unforgettable Features 

At Tuddenham Mill's award-winning restaurant – which won a Good Food Guide gong in 2018 – chef patron Lee Bye calls upon his country upbringing to conjure up tempting tasting and à la carte menus, showcasing hearty British fare, inspired by seasonal ingredients. Dishes include trumped up traditional fare such as crispy beef shin with avocado carpaccio, crispy pig’s head with clapshot potato and Lancashire baked apples with mead ice cream. A Continental and full English breakfast are offered, each made using excellent locally sourced produce.

Liquid Bliss 

Spectacularly adorned by the beautifully up‑lit original mill wheel, the Mill’s intimate, relaxed bar serves drinks as long as you stay up…

Experience the Extraordinary 

The hotel's grounds are amply equipped to bust boredom – borrow a Merida Crossway hybrid bike to bomb over the greenery on or play a few genteel rounds of boules. There are plenty of routes made for walking, too – pull on your wellies and get rambling, or get your motor running at nearby WildTracks, where you can thrash all manner of vehicles, from quad bikes and karts to tanks, around challenging courses. Bury St Edmunds is not far, and is packed with browsable shops as well as hosting regular markets: there are street markets every Wednesday and Saturday on Cornhill in the town centre; at the Corn Exchange, there’s a craft market on Wednesdays; and the first Sunday of every month sees the town’s Athenaeum fill up with bric-a-brac, antiques and collectibles. Children as young as five can learn how to ride at Barrow Hall Stables in Bury St Edmund's; single sessions are available. Thetford's attractions will keep kids amused for hours, whether you Go Ape in dense Suffolk forest or go wild in High Lodge's playground.



London Stansted is 44 miles from Tuddenham Mill. The hotel also isn't far from the airport in Norwich.


The nearest stations for rail travellers are Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds. Cambridge and Ely both offer swift regular services to London, Stansted, the North and Midlands as well.


The hotel is just off the A11 and A14.


There's a helipad if you have a chopper and need one.


High Street Tuddenham, United Kingdom

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