Seckford Hall Hotel & Spa Location
Map & Directions
Complimentary onsite parking is available
Electric Vehicle charging: 2 charging points situated in the car park in front of the hotel. This is offered free of charge, guests need to bring their own 3 point plug and charging cable.
How to get here
Enter your postcode to view approximate driving directions to Seckford Hall Hotel & Spa.
Location & Local Attractions
Whether you want to wander the halls of ancient noble houses, picnic in a vineyard, feast on local fare at a food festival, or enjoy the Suffolk scenery from the seat of a bicycle, go-kart, or classic car, this county has it all.
With specially designed child friendly walks available and with so many activities and family day trips located nearby, you will be spoilt for choice! Because there are so many family activities and local attractions to visit. All of these are situated close to Seckford Hall.
SUTTON HOO is part of the National Trust and is a 255 acre Anglo-Saxon royal burial site. There's so much to see and do here, from walks in nature exploring the burial grounds and woodland walks, to learning about the history behind Sutton Hoo and who the Anglo-Saxons were. There is also a cafe which serves a range of hot and cold food and a gift shop if you're looking for a reminder of your visit, or a gift.
Bentwaters Cold War Museum
BENTWATERS COLD WAR MUSEUM gives you the opportunity to see inside the types of rooms that were used during the war, some of which have been restored to show their original purpose. This is fantastic day out for children and they will love looking at the amazing aircrafts that are on display, and they will also have the unique chance to see what life was like on a US airbase in the UK.
FRAMLINGHAM CASTLE is a fantastic day out, the castle is surrounded by parkland and a lake and attractions include a wall walk which stands 10.5 metres high and has stood for over 800 years! You can learn more about the history of the castle and its former residents including Mary Tudor who was proclaimed Queen of England at the castle in 1553. There is also a cafe and shop on site if you'd like to take home a reminder of your visit.
Dovercourt Bay Beach
DOVERCOURT BAY BEACH is a tranquil, family friendly beach located near the historic town of Harwich. There are lots of facilities on the beach promenade including a boating lake, skate park and it's also close to Hemford Water National Nature Reserve which is known for it's resident seals. With a beach that stretches for miles, you can enjoy a range of activities including cycling, walking and water based activities.