Rectory Manor is a histric house where the Book of Psalms was composed in 1562 by John Hopkins. The property has seven fabulous rooms, a butler, swimming pool and tennis court, plus an award winning breakfast replete with local produce.
Situated at the centre of a conservation area, crammed with thatched cottages, Rectory Manor has the highest rating possible from Visit England – Five Stars with a Gold award.
Tatler magazine described Rectory Manor as one of the 12 smartest B&B’s in the country.
Five minutes away you will find England’s finest medieval town – Lavenham.Visit Website