Salthouse Harbour Hotel
Travel Blogs from Ipswich
... a few weeks. SG manages her first test in
navigation – reaching the ferry terminal. Not difficult since the Premier Inn
is practically within the terminal area.
hugely significant to SG who suffers badly from seasickness
* So at last we are on the road. It is a strange feeling after months and months of preparations. But all is good and we are looking forward to our long journey * Lovely send off by Laura & Hannah for their 'gap year' parents! *. 1st night @ Premier Inn, Harwich. What style but hopefully a good night's sleep before crossing to Hook of Holland ...
Well I have been very slack with my blog entries so I'm going to gradually catch up on them while I am in an absolutely beautiful location in Scotland. You'll get to see the pictures later. After London we hit the road in our little hire car. Driving through London in morning peak hour traffic was CRAZY!!!! You might have seen the ...
... from Thetford. I crossed the main roads using small lanes to by-pass Bury St Edmunds. The bike route to Lavenham was a bit long- winded so I took to the main road for the last bit. Stopped for a coffee and toasted bun at a cafe in Lavenham, then, abandoning the bike route, took the B road into Sudbury. Arrived at Hill House at 5o'c for a welcome cuppa. Walked into town for a visit to the ATM and to pick up a salad for dinner. Not much open in ...
The last stop on our trip was at the little town of Lavenham. Lavenham is famous for its unique 15th-century half-timbered medieval cottages. The entire town has houses that have been preserved since the 1500's, and they are colorful, and most are leaning, almost falling over. A very picturesque town.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility