We stayed at Richmond Hill B&B over the Easter weekend and we had the most wonderful time. It seems as though Sue and Chris have thought of everything as they really do have the most perfect B&B. Here are the top things we liked the most about their B&B:
1) Sue and Chris themselves are delightful hosts. We were welcomed with a huge cup of tea and some homemade cakes which was a lovely touch after having travelled from London in Good Friday traffic! Throughout our stay they were on hand to answer our questions about the local area and to help us plan what to do.
2) The rooms are immaculate with everything you need for a comfortable/ luxury stay: huge television on the wall, a wide selection of DVDs, very comfortable armchairs, tea, coffee and homemade cake! The beds are so incredibly comfortable too- it made getting out of bed in the morning very difficult indeed! The showers are something else- amazing!
3) The breakfasts were fantastic. A lovely selection of fresh fruit and yoghurts, as well as toast, jam etc. The English breakfast was delicious with local sausages and gorgeous bacon. We liked the extra nice touch of the potato cake too. Each day we were still full by lunchtime!
4) The location was great- just a 3 minute stroll from the local pub serving good local food. It's also in a great spot for exploring the beautiful local area. We visited the Maltings at Snape, Aldeburgh, Southwold and many other local beauty spots.
We are looking forward to staying with them again. The big decision is whether to stay in the B&B or in their beautiful newly built cottage. Decisions decisions!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A family run B&B offering 2 ensuite rooms. Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty close to many walks. One mile from Shingle Street and opposite the Suffolk Punch Trust. A pub is within walking distance and a well stocked village shop. Well placed for exloring many local attractions.We also offer a 2 bedroom self contained annexe with level access. ... more less