East Anglia Hotels

East Anglia is a low lying region found towards the south east of Britain and is favoured by a better than average climate and its landscape remains untouched by any large industrial city and offers its visitors a quietly unhurried pace of life. The East Anglia hotels are many and varied in appearance, location, ambience and angle, providing for the business guest, the traveller, the family group and the honey moon couple.

East Anglia is home to Cambridge being its largest centre, Colchester, Ipswich and Norwich are also quite sizeable and Bury St Edmunds and Ely boast a fascinating heritage, whilst the Constable Country and the Norfolk Broads are areas of great natural beauty. It is this beautiful corner of East Anglia that inspired not one but two of England's greatest ever painters, John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough. Constable was born in the Stour Valley and many of the most famous landscapes were painted around here and many of his subjects are still visible today.

Gainsborough was best known as a portrait artist however his pleasure was taken from painting landscapes, he was born at Sudbury and it was the beautiful local views that inspired him. The Norfolk broads are indeed quite unique as within this compact area is over 200 miles of navigable water ways; guests may hire boats by the day or week for further adventure. Cruising the broads is a wonderfully relaxing pursuit and the best time to go is in June just before the school holidays.

East Anglia offers its visitors a vast array of varying landscapes from water ways to idyllic countryscapes, to historic towns and quaint villages and it is amongst these unique landscapes that the many East Anglia Hotels are found. The Hotels offer fabulous five star modern masterpieces to exquisite Country retreats, city centre boutique Hotels, to high rise business hotels and grand residential Heritage buildings.

The luxury Hotels provide deluxe airport transfer via limousine directly to entrances; some of the elite hotels offer their own helipads allowing for discreet arrival of executive guests. Car Hire is found through the length and breadth of the UK and provides convenience and autonomy, the hotels offer extensive car parking and many offer a valet service. Boutique Hotels may be found within elite leafy suburbs behind high walls and ornate gates providing privacy and exclusivity, these may be cloaked in ancient historic buildings, offering a glimpse of history seen from the standpoint of luxury as the interiors offer design and extreme comfort.

Grand Country Hotels are housed in manor houses homes of the gentry and surrounded by acres of landscaped grounds hosting challenging golf courses, crossed by silver rivers offering top fishing spots, the acreage provide wonderful walking trails, cycling paths and horse riding, clay pigeon shooting and hunting. These Hotels may be approached through sweeping driveways to beautiful entrances decorated in oil portraits of past residents, rich rugs, floor to ceiling windows framing views of the gardens, fresh flowers and antique furniture.

Town centre hotels may be modern in decor rising to many floors offering streamlined interiors and high tech conveniences hosting bright colours and angular architecture alternatively small cobbled streets are home to historic Coaching Inns, white and black timber framed, providing low slung ceilings and open fires, brass horse shoes decorate mantelpieces and leather wing backed chairs provide comfort.

Fine dining is found through the East Anglia Hotels hosting international cuisines and vintage wines and Traditional Pubs welcome through log fires and local ales. Deluxe Health Spas pamper, Ballrooms and Halls offer function space and wedding venues.

The East Anglia Hotels offer variety, luxury, comfort and idyllic locations and guarantee returns again and again.
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