offer

Spring into Suffolk

Dine on us on your first evening when you book
our two night bed and breakfast Spring Offer

 

Available 2nd January – 31st March*
From £240 based on two sharing

Nestled within the beautiful medieval village of Lavenham, our stunning 15th century luxury hotel is steeped in history. Perfectly combining a deep sense of heritage and occasion with contemporary sophistication in its bedrooms and suites, first-class restaurant and indulgent spa.

*Offer is only available if booked by 31st January 2019

Offer includes:

A stay in one of our rooms

Dine on us on your first evening in the Brasserie

Full Suffolk breakfast each morning morning

Make a Booking

>>Book Online>>>
Or contact our Reservations team:
T: 01787 247477
E: reservations@theswanatlavenham.co.uk

Terms and Conditions: Rate is subject to date and availability and must be booked by 31st January 2019. Full pre-payment at time of booking, non-refundable and non-transferable. From prices may vary dependent on availability and room type. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer and may be withdrawn at any time. Applies to new bookings only. *£30.00 per person allowance to spend on food at dinner in the Brasserie on the first night, excluding drinks. Rooms are limited, so book early!

 

Explore Lavenham this Spring…

 

Get your walking shoes on and take in the breathtaking views Lavenham has to offer. Lavenham Church Walk is a great walk for the whole family, covering just 2.6 miles across easy terrain. The walk starts at the glorious Lavenham Church and takes you on a journey through open countryside. Enjoy the sweeping views across the stunning Suffolk countryside towards Long Melford.

Or perhaps a visit to The Abbey Gardens in the heart of Bury St Edmunds, the perfect spot for enjoying peace and quiet whilst watching the world go by. The award winning 14 acre park is on the site of a former Benedictine Abbey, once a powerhouse of medieval England. Why not venture to the Abbey or take a stroll around the beautiful surrounding gardens?