Situated on the sunny Suffolk Heritage Coast within walking distance to the sea, Thorpeness offers modern accommodation with picturesque views.
“Not just for golfers!” A lovely location and relaxing environment next to the famous Thorpeness Meare where you can hire row boats, and just 5 minutes’ walk from the beach. There's plenty to see in the area, with the town of Aldeburgh within walking distance and the Sailors' Path walk
which passes through the golf course - watch your head
Our spacious rooms feature all the usual facilities - comfy beds, private en-suite bathrooms, TV, and tea, coffee, and biscuits. Some rooms also offer sofas, French windows, or a patio area with table and chairs. Many also have views of the 18 hole championship golf course
Hearty breakfasts with plenty of choice and evening meals are served in the restaurant
overlooking the course. Traditional and modern dishes are available, and guests can dine on the terrace or in the gardens during summer.
Our rooms are dog friendly and if you're bringing your dog just let us know in advance and we'll arrange for breakfast to be served in the bar area so your dog can sit with you.Call 01728 452176Email us
Thorpeness is one of Suffolk’s hidden gems which remains so wonderfully timeless. Nearly a century ago, the architect, barrister and playwright, Glencairn Stuart Ogilvie, created his mock-Tudor seaside holiday village, among the purple heather and golden gorse.
Famous for its music, poetry and literary festivals. Guests can enjoy the nearby coastal trails for walking and cycling, tennis at Thorpeness Country Club (subject to availability) as well as boating on the lake, or golfing on the 18-hole course.
Sharing an unspoilt beach with neighbouring Aldeburgh, it's within easy reach of London, the Midlands and the South-East.