12 acres of gardens, boules pitch, DVD/CD library, laundry. In rooms, six‑foot Presotto beds, minibar with free water and juice, free WiFi, Loewe LCD TVs, Bose sound system and iPod dock, Espa toiletries.
We love the three large, airy rooms in the main mill: exposed beams, dinner‑plate‑sized shower heads and double‑ended stone baths big enough for a crowd – definitely worth, ahem, splashing out on. The tubs in the Mill Room and Mill Room East have views of the pond through picture windows. Of the Loft Suites we have soft spots for Loft South and Loft West (although shyer types should note the latter's bathroom opens doorlessly into the bedroom).
Indigestion tablets: you won't be able to stop eating the chef's delightful (and generously portioned) food, especially since it's everywhere you look (including dangerously moreish home-made biscuits in your room).
There’s a two‑night minimum stay on Saturday nights; three nights bank holidays.
Dogs welcome in some bedrooms and public areas (except Mill Room East, Mill Room and Mill Room West and the restaurant) for a charge of £15 a night – give advance notice. See more pet-friendly hotels in Suffolk.
Extra beds or cots can be provided in rooms, £30 a night. There’s a children’s menu, and the chef is happy to adapt the main menu (half portions, no sauce…). Highchairs, paper, pencils and crayons are always to hand.
Welcome. Extra beds or cots can be provided in rooms, £30 a night. Tuddenham Mill has a children's menu, and is more than happy to adapt anything from the main menu (half portions, no sauce…). High chairs, paper, pencils and crayons always to hand.
Babies and up – children of all ages welcomed.
The best rooms for families are the Mill Room or one of the four Loft Rooms. All are large and have plenty of space for an extra cot or bed.
There's masses to see and do in the area, including exploring the Fens by boat, or trying quad biking at the nearby WildTracks off-road activity park.
Rates include breakfast.
Children are allowed in the restaurant at all times, and it opens for the evening at a family friendly 6.30pm. There's a dedicated menu with lots of favourites, including pasta, sausages and mash, fish cakes and home-made ice creams.
No need to pack
High chairs are provided in the restaurant. Paper, pencils and crayons are always to hand.
There is a DVD player in each room, and a large selection of child-suitable DVDs to borrow.