England’s reputation for hospitality is world renowned, not least because of the sheer variety of places to stay for visitors who want to enjoy their break in comfort and style. Whether you prefer traditional features or a more contemporary feel, you can find the perfect place to stay for a short break, and a warm welcome wherever you choose.
You can visit a new area or explore somewhere a little more familiar, and know that you will return to a relaxed atmosphere with beautiful surroundings and quality accommodation. You can get back to nature and enjoy the countryside, hit the shops for a little retail therapy or soak up some culture with a night out on the town.
No matter how you prefer to spend your time or which of our destinations you choose for your short break, you can be sure that your stay will be an enjoyable one.
This is a one night stay for two people, breakfast is not included but can be purchased for an extra cost at each location. Some locations may have restrictions for certain days of the week and months of the year.
This break is available throughout the year subject to availability, some inns may not be available on certain days of the week and times of the year.
This is a one night stay for two (excluding breakfast).
This break is for two people to enjoy.
The minimum age is 18 years old.
This is for a voucher entitling the holder to any of the activities supplied by Activity Superstore up to the value stated.
The Plough Inn (Suffolk)
Roxie from Supplier Team, September 2018
We booked our stay at The Plough Inn, Hundon which was really straight forward. Upon arrival, we were greeted by a really friendly member of staff and as it was quite late in the evening, we were even offered something small to eat but luckily, we had been for dinner so kindly declined. We were given our key and told where to head. The Plough is really nicely decorated and very inviting. We went straight to our room which was spacious, clean and also very well presented. There was a TV in the middle of the room with a seating area, tea and coffee making facilities which also had yummy cookies and even hot chocolates if you fancied one and the bathroom had soap, shampoo, shower gel and plenty of towels for both body and hair. As we arrived when it was dark, we soon realised in the morning that are room boasts superb views of the Suffolk countryside.
Don’t have dinner before you arrive, book a table and eat at The Plough – the menu looks delicious!