Steeped in History
Seckford Hall offers luxury hotel accommodation in Woodbridge, Suffolk UK. You will be delighted by the blend of luxury, snug accommodation, and the charming history of the hotel.
The hotel owes its illustrious past to the long line of the Seckford family and for over 520 years their heritage can still be appreciated by today's guests, who can enjoy modern day comforts in Elizabethan splendour.
Tudor arches lead us through its historic corridors; the proud past of Seckford Hall can be seen and appreciated by visitors who give time to experience it all. The care and detail, which is lovingly sustained by its present owners, make this one of the counties premier hotel and restaurant.
Little touches of history preserves its past with pieces of furniture that once graced Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle. The panelled lounge of the hotel was once a great hall and in it sits the very chair where King Edward VII was said to have died!
During your stay, take time to enjoy the hotels splendid gardens and lake and if time permits there are a further 34 acres of private pasture and woodland to explore. One can certainly leave behind all the pressures of city life - the only bustle is that of the wildlife, at home in the calm of the countryside.
Read more about the history of Seckford Hall - links to an article published by Suffolk Journal