The location of the Claydon Hotel allows easy access into Ipswich town centre, the Marina and direct access onto the main A12 and A14 providing routes into Great Yarmouth, Felixstowe and Bury St. Edmunds.

Whether you’re on a business trip, a leisure break or a one-night stay, the Claydon Hotel and surrounding areas provide something for everyone, including local countryside walks or the 2 village pubs.

Venture just 3 miles to Jimmy's Farm, where you might catch a glimpse of local celebrity Jimmy Doherty. Explore a place where unique breeds of pigs, cattle, and sheep roam, and wander a beautiful nature trail for a serene escape into the countryside.

Explore Ipswich, home to the 'Tractor Boys' football team, and enjoy its array of shops. Sample food and drinks at various cafes, restaurants, and bars. Opt for a tranquil boat cruise on the Orwell river, or stroll the revitalized waterfront, stopping at lively spots for a beverage or a bite to eat.

Don't miss the Suffolk Show in June, an annual showcase of agriculture, horticulture, gastronomy, and live music. This beloved event promises diverse entertainment for all attendees.

Stroll through Christchurch Park's stunning gardens and grand mansion, or wander around the town's museum for a touch of local history and culture.

Explore the picturesque Flatford and Dedham Vale, immortalized by painter John Constable. The region is also home to numerous cherished National Trust estates.

Coast enthusiasts will adore Felixstowe, Aldeburgh, Southwold, and Dunwich. Relish in refreshing beachside walks or savor a cliff-top picnic with scenic views.

Embark on a 30-minute drive to Colchester, England's oldest recorded town, and wander through the historic grounds of its Castle. For a family-friendly adventure, visit the renowned Colchester Zoo.

Sutton Hoo, the location of one of history's most significant archaeological finds, holds tales of ancient kings, enigmatic mounds, and hidden treasures. Across its 255 acres lies an Anglo-Saxon royal burial ground over 1,300 years old. The site's remarkable discoveries inspired Netflix's film "The Dig."

Nestled amidst verdant parkland and a scenic lake, Framlingham Castle stands as a testament to the might of historic Norfolk earls and dukes. It's also the birthplace of global music sensation, Ed Sheeran.

Bramford Golf Centre offers a stunning natural environment perfect for playing a round on the 9-hole course or practicing at the 18-bay floodlit driving range. Catering to all skill levels, it's an ideal place for both novices and seasoned golfers.

The destinations are endless. You will definitely want to return for further visits.
Reception will be happy to provide you with information on where you want to visit.