Tuddenham Mill to launch five ‘nook' bedrooms

26 October 2016 by
Tuddenham Mill to launch five ‘nook' bedrooms

The 15-bedroom Tuddenham Mill boutique hotel and restaurant in Suffolk has announced the launch of five ‘nook' external bedrooms from early November.

Work has already started on the rooms, with plans to introduce the first two by the beginning of November and with a planned rollout up until Christmas for the remaining three, as well as the addition of a mini-spa treatment room.

Each room will have underfloor heating, outdoor decked seating areas and a smart TV, and one also comes with a natural, wood-fired hot tub overlooking the countryside.

General manager Malcolm Wyse said: "The nooks will provide the property and our team with a feeling of natural growth and will bring an exciting new concept of accommodation for our guests to enjoy. By definition the rooms will be cosier in comparison to our existing bedrooms; however, due to their meadow positioning and countryside vista, they will certainly offer an overriding feeling of space."

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