Just the one night for bed and breakfast in the Attic room at the top of Albion House. We could easily have stayed for more but our cycle trip did not let us. A real shame as our hosts, accomodation and location were perfect. Having said that the Attic room is in the converted attic of the house so maybe not to everyone's taste as the stairs to the room are a bit steep, as you would expect. There are twin beds in the room and a handy rail to hand clothes as well as a side table and draws as well as a tv and tea / coffee making facilities. There were all sorts of teas, coffees, drinks and beverages avaialble so you could stay there for ever. A nice touch was the kit kats as we had cycled 65 miles that day and chocolate always goes down well after that effort.
There is a shower room and a separate toilet on the floor below so not too far to get clean and refresh. The Albion is cycle friendly and we secured our cycles out of reach and sight of the main road. A big plus. Indeed cycling guests are a common feature of the Albion as it is in excelllent cycle country.
A short walk from two pubs which were pretty busy but both did food. We ate in one which was pretty good.
Breakfast the next morning was excellent. Loads of food, a full locally sourced, cooked breakfast with every jam / spread you could think of. Plenty of toast, teas and coffee and great conversation with very, very, helpful pleasent and cheefuls hosts.
All in all a great find and somewhere to head straight back to whenever visiting the area. A reall gem. Thank you.
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- Albion House Snape, Suffolk, England