The two inns
This is real Constable country and the stunning surrounding
countryside certainly doesn't disappoint. Think timber-framed
houses, medieval churches and the rolling folds of Dedham Vale that
surround the rustic-chic, 16th-century Crown
at Stoke-by-Nayland. The team at the inn have turned
what was originally a quiet village watering hole into a classy
boutique inn with lovingly nurtured gardens, comfortable rooms, a
notable restaurant and a top-drawer wine list.
Rescued in 2018, the striking 17th century Grade II
Three Hills has been beautifully restored into a cool
rural bolthole within easy reach of Newmarket and Cambridge. At the
heart of the tiny estate village, this former alehouse stands close
to the walls of Bartlow Park, boasting stylish interiors, inventive
food and six cosy rooms. Beams abound in the fabulous bar with its
tiled floor, chapel chairs at wooden tables and soothing blue hues.
Arrive early in winter to bag the seats by the inglenook fire or
the blazing wood-burner. On warmer days make the most of the sunny
patio and newly landscaped garden, replete with vast wooden table
for communal dining.
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