Our Bed & Breakfast is situated in three acres of beautiful gardens, now open as part of the National Gardens Scheme. The gardens once formed part of the Drinkstone Park estate.
The B&B is quiet and secluded yet only a short drive to the A14 and central to all areas of East Anglia. Just a ten minute drive to Bury St Edmunds or Stowmarket.
Comfortable and welcoming accommodation with an excellent breakfast & more, all rooms are en-suite.
We look forward to welcoming you to our home from home.
The Plum Room
Situated on the first floor a lovely warm and comfortable small double bedded room that is a firm favourite of many of our regular guests travelling either on business or pleasure.
There is en suite shower room with a very good shower, heated towel rail, large fluffy towels, dressing gowns and complimentary toiletries.
With flat screen TV with Freeview and a comfortable seating area make this a most pleasant room. Tea and coffee making facilities, bottled water, etc.
The view from the Plum Room is directly over the landscaped gardens and to the fields and woodland beyond.
Of course the Plum Room is your room, you can also use our guest lounge and have access to the large gardens which we do open for charity. Breakfast is served in our dining room between 7.00 am and 9.00 am cooked by Christine from her extensive menu, any special dietary needs catered for.
Общение с гостями
We are always around, usually in the garden, and are happy to offer advice on where to go in the area if required. There are many places of interest in the area we are in the heart of Suffolk and all of East Anglia is within easy reach.
Другие важные подробности
We share our house with two very friendly dogs, therefore regrettably we do not allow doggie visitors to come and stay unless by prior arrangement, please call to discuss… we are not able to accommodate children.
Drinkstone Park Bed and Breakfast was built in the grounds of Drinkstone Park a mansion demolished in 1951.
There is no evidence that it was built on the site of any earlier house, but it is likely that its parkland predates the building of the house and was possibly the area of a medieval deer park. Joshua Grigby II, whose father, son and grandson all bore the same name, came from a family of some means but he greatly augmented his inheritance in the course of his career as a lawyer.
Please treat our home with the respect you would treat your own home, in other words 'feel at home'. Please note we do not normally accept bookings of less than two nights stay at weekends.
We very much enjoy meeting our guests both new and returning, much of our time apart from the bed and breakfast is spent tending our three acre garden which is now open in aid of the National Garden Scheme charity.