HaverhillCopyright Rodney Burton

Haverhill is a large market town on Cambridgeshire’s southern border, once renowned for its textiles. The river frontage and Victorian architecture will stick in the mind... Read More

Hotels in Haverhill - 2 places to stay

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Days Inn Haverhill

Days Inn Haverhill

This modern award-winning hotel offers style and comfort where it matters and great-value rates. Days Inn Haverhill offers a choice of quality rooms, including king-size doubles, workzone doubles, twins, disabled access and family suites. The hotel has ... More | visit website

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Days Inn Haverhill

Days Inn Haverhill

This modern award-winning hotel offers style and comfort where it matters and great-value rates. Days Inn Haverhill offers a choice of quality rooms, including king-size doubles, workzone doubles, twins, disabled access and family suites. The hotel has ... More | visit website

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Days Inn Haverhill (1.00 miles)

Days Inn Haverhill

The Days Inn offers style and comfort where it matters. All of the rooms are designed in a bright contemporary style with Hypnos beds, white cotton duvets, spacious desks and superb en suite shower rooms complete ... More | visit website

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White Horse Inn (1.79 miles)

White Horse Inn

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Traditional Thatched Country Inn with bar restaurant and 5 letting rooms in a converted cart lodge for either single or double occupancy convenient for Cambridge, Newmarket, Bury St Edmunds and ... More

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Old Vicarage (The) (2.44 miles)

Old Vicarage (The)
Set in mature grounds and woodlands this delightful Old Vicarage has a friendly family atmosphere. Complete peace and comfort are assured with wonderful views of the Suffolk countryside. Open log fires welcome you ... More | visit website
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The Plough Inn (3.31 miles)

The Plough Inn

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This beautiful country pub occupies a privileged location close to the main cities of Cambridge, Newmarket, Bury St. Edmunds and Sudbury. The Plough Inn is set in the picturesque Suffolk ... More

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Old Red Lion (3.76 miles)

Old Red Lion

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The Old Red Lion hotel dates back to its 18th Century days and was originally an old farm house. The lodges offer comfortable accommodation in a charming setting. There are 12 comfortably ... More

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The Old Red Lion Inn (3.76 miles)

The Old Red Lion Inn
There are 12 comfortably furnished, en-suite bedrooms, including ground floor rooms some with disabled facilities. They are all situated in attractive buildings around the main building and restaurant, allowing for a more tranquil stay. We ... More | visit website
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The Old Red Lion Inn (3.80 miles)

The Old Red Lion Inn
The Old Red Lion Inn is located in a small village called Horseheath with prime location just off the A1307. We have 12 letting rooms set aside from the main building which was an old ... More | visit website
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The White Horse Inn (5.15 miles)

The White Horse Inn

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Set in the north Essex countryside The White Horse Inn & Lodge at Ridgewell is ideally situated for the nearby attractions of the Colne Valley railway, the castle at Castle ... More

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The Black Bull Inn (5.99 miles)

The Black Bull Inn
Classic 16th Century Grade II listed thatched black and white Freehouse at the heart of a pretty village.
This gem has just been taken over by the owners of the award-winning Red Lion Hinxton and has ... More | visit website
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Ship Stores (6.14 miles)

Ship Stores

Ship Stores Guest House is a 17th Century timber framed listed building that was originally three cottages. Later an external staircase led to drinking rooms, above which were used by local sheep farmers. It is ... More | visit website

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