Set in beautiful Suffolk countryside, this grade II 16th-century coaching Inn’s offers rooms with antique furniture and free Wi-Fi. The traditional restaurant and bar provide great food and real ales.
With a flat-screen TV, free tea and coffee and a hairdryer, each individually styled room also boasts elegant décor. Some rooms have original exposed beams, whilst all have a private bathroom. As an extra special touch, champagne, flowers or luxury chocolates can be added as a supplement.
Angel Inn provides a range of breakfast options, including full English breakfasts. Served in the dining room or in the courtyard, the seasonal lunch and a dinner menus are made with local produce.
The Inn’s charming bar has beamed ceilings, and stocks beers from small regional breweries. It also provides a range of carefully selected fine wines.
In the tranquil village of Stoke-by-Nayland, the Angel is set on a ridge overlooking the Stour Valley. The village church’s grand tower appears in many of John Constable’s paintings.