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Kesgrave Hall
Hall Road
Kesgrave

Ipswich
Suffolk

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Milsoms Kesgrave Hall is a contemporary gastro bar with fifteen stylish bedrooms Kesgrave Hall is a magnificent Grade II Listed mansion built in 1812 and set in 38 acres of park and woodland.

It has a fascinating history that's included being a family home, shooting lodge, as well as both a RAF and USAF officers' mess. More recently it has been a Boys Prep School and company headquarters.

Kesgrave Hall is a joint venture between Milsom Hotels and Hills Group. During the last 6 months this fabulous building has been rapidly and sympathetically transformed into a stylish hotel and restaurant. This has been very much a team effort between the two companies, with the resulting refurbishment retaining, and in some cases enhancing the original features of the building. Kesgrave Hall has been returned to its former glory.

Following extensive redevelopment in partnership with Hills Group, we are proud to announce the opening of this stunning new hotel and restaurant.

Kesgrave Hall has fifteen stylish über cool en-suite bedrooms ranging from standard through to principal. The three rooms in the principal category certainly have plenty of WOW factor with bathtubs in the rooms and huge walk-in showers. Our aim is to run an exciting yet informal hotel offering great value in a relaxed environment.

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Number of Rooms: 15
Number Ensuite: 15

Price per Room:

Double: From £110
Single: From £90
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