Finding perfect accommodation that comes complete with easy access for the disabled need not be a difficult task when visiting Suffolk. Whether you want to stay in a cosy B&B, a traditional Inn, or pamper yourself at a top hotel, we have a number of accessible accommodation options to suit your needs.Best Western Brome Grange Hotel, Eye
The recently refurbished Brome Grange Hotel close to the attractive towns of Eye and Diss on the Suffolk/Norfolk border was originally built in the 16th Century and it retains plenty of character. Later additions to the Hotel included 21 Courtyard Coaching style bedroom rooms, all of which offer FREE WiFi, large flatscreen television with freeview, comfortable double or twin beds and direct dial telephone. It is in these ground floor rooms that the Hotel is able to cater for the less mobile guest - find out more here Best Western Brome Grange Hotel, EyeThe Bildeston Crown, Bildeston
When this former coaching-inn-turned-hotel (plus bar and award-winning restaurant) was refurbished, the owners of The Bildeston Crown, Bildeston
paid particular attention to the disabled access facilities and installed a lift to enable access to all of the bedrooms. One bedroom in particular is close to the lift, and this is recommended first for disabled guests. There is also a Public Disabled Toilet on site, plus a specially designed drop off point in the car park that allows for step-free access to the hotel. Please click on the link above to find out more this historic hotel and make a booking.Newlands B&B, Southwold
Newlands B&B of Southwold has recently been completely refurbished to a very high standard and offers the best Disabled facilities in the Suffolk coastal area.
All ground floor suites are fully wheelchair accessible, including the en-suite bathroom. The B&B offers first class facilities including an indoor swimming pool.
For more details see: Newlands B&B, SouthwoldThe Fox Inn, Restaurant and Rooms, Bury St Edmunds
The Fox Inn is a cosy and independent, family run inn & restaurant in the historic town of Bury St Edmunds. There is a fabulous disabled friendly boutique room, superking or twin with a huge wet room. There is also up close parking and a level restaurant.
For details and booking see: The Fox Inn Restauratnt and Rooms, Bury St EdmundsKesgrave Hall, IpswichKesgrave Hall, Ipswich
is a luxury hotel, restaurant and conference facility in the glorious Suffolk countryside. It offers disabled guests the following facilities: 2 allotted accessible parking bays; the restaurant, bar, private dining & lounge areas are all on the ground floor with no steps; disabled access toilet facilities; and a specially designated ground floor bedroom with disabled facilities. Please inform staff at the time of booking if you or a guest has any special requirements and they will be pleased to help - just click on Kesgrave's link above for contact details.Leys Farmhouse Annexe, Earl Stonham
Offering a delightful "home away from home" stay is Leys Farmhouse Annexe, Earl Stonham
, located in the relaxing Suffolk countryside and close to Lavenham and Long Melford. There is level/ramp access to the front and back of the property, with one double ground floor bedroom. Leys Annexe has a National Accessible Scheme Rating of 1 - please click on the link above to be directed to the main website, where you can read the Access Statement in full.The Westleton Crown, Westleton
A traditional Suffolk Coaching Inn set on the Heritage Coast between Southwold & Aldeburgh, The Westleton Crown
offers a comfortable stay in their exceptionally spacious room with disabled access. Features of the room include a level shower, large sofa, super king size bed, and fridge. Please click on the link above to find out more about the Westleton Crown.
Accommodation with Wheelchair Access and Disabled Facilities in SuffolkHintlesham Hall Hotel, Ipswich
At the height of luxury and service is Hintlesham Hall Hotel, Ipswich
. One ground floor bedroom has been designed for wheelchair access and is situated in the courtyard buildings just a few yards from the main hotel. The room is fully in-keeping with the character of the hotel and has a recently refurbished wet room. From the courtyard a wheelchair can access the hotel by the restaurant entrance, which avoids any steps, and once in the hotel there is access to all the lounges and the restaurant via ramps. Please click on the link above to find out more about this magnificent hotel.The Pheasant Pub with Rooms, Gestingthorpe
A charming, rural pub offering delicious food at a great price, The Pheasant Pub with Rooms, Gestingthorpe
also has a number of accommodation options to suit your needs. For example, the Ground Floor Room No 2 has wet room facilities with handrails and a disabled toilet. Please click on the link above to find out more about what The Pheasant can offer you!
Suffolk Pubs with Wheelchair AccessCobbles B&B, ClareCobbles Bed and Breakfast, Clare
If you fancy some light refreshment or perhaps a meal out, there are plenty of Pubs and Inns in Suffolk that provide Wheelchair Access and Facilities for the Disabled - please click on the link above for more information.
, is a delightful 14th Century house in the centre of a lovely, medieval market town. Alongside the main house is the Garden Cottage, where disabled guests will be well suited. The Cottage provides single-level, twin-bedded, en suite accommodation and has its own access, suitable for wheelchair users, at the side of the house so you can come and go as you wish. Please contact Cobbles B&B for more information on their disabled access accommodation by clicking on the link above.Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf and Spa, Stoke by Nayland
Located within 300 acres of gorgeous Constable Country is the Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf and Spa
. Despite not having any rooms in the hotel with full disabled and/or wheelchair access, there are a number of rooms that are classed as 'disabled friendly'. These rooms have wider doors to allow wheelchair access, and have handles/grab rails in the bathroom, and all rooms have showers over a bath. Please click on the link above for more information and contact details. Ufford Park Hotel, Golf and Spa, Woodbridge
For a break that is sure to relax you from start to end, check out the Ufford Park Woodbridge Hotel, Golf and Spa
. Along with a variety of pampering spa treatments, Ufford Park Hotel also has three bedrooms specifically designed for the disabled, complete with walk-in showers and low-level beds, and the entire ground floor and restaurant is fully accessible to wheelchair users. Please click on the link above to enquire further.The Days Inn Haverhill
A great value-for-money accommodation option - especially if you are a large family or a group looking for disabled accommodation - comes from The Days Inn Haverhill
. Wheelchair users have full access to the hotel and also to its four specifically designed disabled access rooms, complete with low-level beds. There is also a Public Disabled Toilet in the hotel for your convenience. Please contact the Days Inn to find out more and make a booking.Relevant links:Hotels in Suffolk with Disabled AccommodationSuffolk Pubs with Wheelchair AccessActivities for those with Disabilities when Visiting SuffolkSuffolk Tourist Guide