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The Chequers Inn is part of Agellus Hotels, a privately owned hotel and restaurant group. Agellus Hotels was founded in 2004 with the aim to create an exceptional collection of individual hotels and restaurants. The group currently owns four other successful properties in Suffolk and Norfolk. All these hotels are unique with a strong reputation for their personal and friendly service, immaculately designed bedrooms, locally sourced and accomplished food and overall attention to detail.
The Ship at Dunwich
When you visit The Ship at Dunwich, you will find a great pub, home-cooked food in our restaurant, a cosy hotel with comfortable, traditionally furnished bedrooms, some with views across the sea or marshes, and a beach that really is just a couple of minutes' walk away.
The Ship at Dunwich, St James Street, Dunwich, Saxmundham, Suffolk, IP17 3DT
The Westleton Crown
Perfectly situated for exploring the delights of the Suffolk Heritage Coast. The Westleton Crown combines the character and charm of its coaching inn heritage with the comforts of contemporary living: smouldering log fires, 34 stylish bedrooms, award winning AA 2 rosette restaurant, sophisticated wine list and delightful terraced gardens.
The Westleton Crown, The Street, Westleton, Nr Southwold, Suffolk IP17 3AD
An intimate boutique hotel and restaurant set in 12 acres of rural Suffolk countryside near Newmarket and Cambridge. This traditional watermill brings together an exceptional environment, a genuine passion for great food and wine, the ultimate in bedroom comforts and discrete yet attentive service. From its exposed beams and water wheel to the contemporary elegance of the bedroom furnishings, Tuddenham Mill offers a unique mix of influences to excite the senses.
The Lifeboat Inn at Thornham
For over 500 years, The Lifeboat Inn has been providing shelter and welcoming visitors to the stunning North Norfolk coast.
You will find The Lifeboat Inn, just 0.3 miles from us here at The Chequers Inn, tucked along a hidden lane behind Thornham's All Saints Church you'll discover an oasis of calm in an unrivalled location with nothing between the inn and the salt marsh, sand and sea just beyond.
This coastal hideaway is a homely haven for every guest, two-or four legged. It's a place where wellies, walking-boots and the well-heeled sit comfortably side by side.