Long Melford hotels and hostels
Black Lion Hotel & Restaurant
Discover your favourite vintage at this small hotel on the village green, its flamboyant rooms named after different types of wine.
High Street Farmhouse
This 16th-century farmhouse offers a choice of cosy (read: room to swing only a small cat) but bright rooms full of rustic charm. Expect patchwork quilts, pretty florals, knotty pine and cast-iron bedsteads.
Black Lion Hotel
The Bay Horse
George Inn Restaurant With Rooms
The Swan Hotel
The Cherry Tree
Stoke By Nayland Hotel, Golf And Spa
The Angel Inn
The Dog Inn
Bull Hotel Halstead
Blackwells Restaurant With Rooms
Ravenwood Hall Hotel
Quality Hotel Bury St Edmunds
The Black Boy Public House
Peeking out from behind vines, this famous coaching inn has hosted dignitaries such as Charles Dickens (the ‘Dickens room’ remains as it was).
Essex Golf & Country Club
This wonderfully friendly B&B is in an attractive redbrick Edwardian house with four large cheerfully decorated rooms, nearby parking and a short walk from the town centre. Packed lunches can be arranged on request.
There are only a few rooms up for grabs at this dignified Victorian merchant's house, which mixes a personable atmosphere with pristine country-style rooms and the kind of neat 19th-century interior that makes you sit up straight and mind your Ps.