The Mill Hotel

Address: Walnut Tree Lane, Sudbury, Suffolk, East Anglia, England, CO10 1BD, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Walnut Tree Lane, Sudbury, is near Kentwell Hall, Melford Hall, Gainsborough House, and Lavenham Audio Tour.
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        • Restaurant


        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Continental Breakfast
        • Room service

        TripAdvisor Reviews The Mill Hotel Sudbury

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Sudbury

        Lunch with dad

        A travel blog entry by raceytracy on Nov 12, 2015

        3 photos

        Still not feeling good so first stop boots chemist for some cold remedies after which we headed for Freeport. There we met dad and Rena and enjoyed the next few hours talking, laughing and having lunch. Love spending time with them, they are such good company. Val went out with her girls in the evening but I opted to stay back and chill. An early night for ...

        A 33km side trip to Kirtling in the rain with Tim

        A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Oct 04, 2014

        1 comment, 26 photos

        ... century as a coaching inn. The pub was owned at the turn of the 19th century by Mr. and Mrs. Bradnam. Their son married and emigrated to Australia – and in 1908 their grandson, Donald George, was born in Cootamundra, NSW. The local registrar was unfamiliar with the Suffolk name of Bradnam and wrote down the baby as Donald George Bradman in the register of births. Don Bradman became Australia’s greatest sporting hero, famously averaging 99 in first class cricket.”


        Of BIG sand and BIG seagulls …..

        A travel blog entry by w14 on Jul 20, 2014

        2 comments, 33 photos

        ... scrub whenever we had to pass cars; and then we came upon
        roads in a village where they let people park their cars leaving barely one car
        width to get through. Apparently it is a case of flash your lights to let the other through …. Madness. Anyway we eventually get to Canterbury where we were supposed to go. A trip of 5 miles ended up about 15.

        Tip One … Don’t shop at Aldi in Canterbury as they don’t take Mastercard ...

        At John & Rosemary's

        A travel blog entry by parto01 on Jun 19, 2014

        2 comments, 9 photos

        ... to see how long some of locals lived during the early 1900's -eg many in their late 80's, and 90's and one stayed around until he was 102 ! Must be all this clean country living !

        The countryside in this area is breathtakingly beautiful - rolling green fields for as far as one can see, as we drove on skinny little country lanes. If, occasionally, we met a car coming in the opposite direction, then one of us would need to back up, to find an ...

        First Day in Cambridge

        A travel blog entry by holly.buckman on Aug 22, 2012

        1 photo

        ... and the city centre (the downtown area), which is only about a 5 min walk away. We saw King's College, the river Cam, and the Corpus Clock (see link at bottom for more info). At the end of the night we ate at The Eagle pub where I had my first legal drink (a hard cider) and picked up groceries at Sainsburies. Even on the first day I noticed how different certain aspects of Cambridge are from the US. It seems like everyone rides bikes or walks, certain places in the city centre ...