Book a room

BEST RATE GUARANTEED

Coming Soon

Sorry for the inconvenience - The content is not available for now, please try again later. If you are eager for more information, you can directly call us on 1787 375544 or send your comments here.

Hotel Capacity Chart

Theatre Style:

Banquet:

Private Dinner:

Classroom:

Cabernet:

Boardroom:

U-Shape:

Reception:

Venue Capacity Chart

Theatre Style:

Banquet:

Private Dinner:

Classroom:

Cabernet:

Boardroom:

U-Shape:

Reception:

Face Sheet

Large Function Room with natural daylight

Holds up to 100 delegates

Located at front of building with Seaview

Free Wi-Fi

Day Delegate Rate

Working Lunch Menu

Free Car Park

Equipment Hire

Join us for an unforgettable night throughout December with our festive dinners from only £29.95pp

EXPLORE

Local attractions galore

A county of contrasts, Essex is steeped in history with an abundance of unique architectural, historic and natural treasures – offering everything that is great about the coast, the countryside and market towns in close proximity. 

  • Cambridge

    Visit the many beautiful museums and art galleries. Enjoy the beautiful architecture and majestic college buildings.

    Explore quaint passages set around the historic market place and colleges, where a unique and relaxing shopping experience can be found. Relax in the many beautiful pubs, restaurants and cafes.

    View on map
  • Colchester Castle & Museum

    Colchester Castle is the largest Norman Keep in Europe. Constructed on the foundations of the Temple of Claudius, built when Colchester was the first Roman capital of Britain, the Castle Museum today reveals many fascinating layers of history to visitors. Archaeological collections of international quality covering 2,500 years of history are beautifully showcased, including of the most important Roman finds in Britain.

    View on map
  • Constable Country

    Dedham Mill, the setting of many ‘Constable’ landscapes, is now converted for residential use. Flatford Mill is depicted in Constable’s painting of ‘The Haywain’ together with Willy Lott’s cottages. They can both be explored along the superb riverside walks. View a detailed map of the walk.

    View on map
  • Gainsborough House Museum, Sudbury

    One of the greatest artists in the history of British art. Gainsborough House is home to the largest collection of Gainsborough work on display at any one time in Britain. The house itself dates from around 1500 and retains many interesting architectural features.

    View on map
  • Kersey

    The village of Kersey with its church crowning the hill on the south side, is regarded as one of the most picturesque villages in East Anglia. It possesses an important collection of medieval buildings but is also a vibrant village.

    View on map
  • Lavenham

    Lavenham has been described as the "finest medieval town in England" and has more than 300  buildings listed as being of architectural and historical interest.

    View on map
  • The Quay Theatre

    Shows include touring companies, great plays put on by Sudbury Dramatic Society, live music, films and art exhibitions.

    View on map
  • The Valley Walk

    This walk takes in part of the old Great Eastern Long Melford to Sudbury railway line and visiting three old water mills and Sudbury Water Meadows en-route.

    Melford Hall, Long Melford, Sudbury, CO10 9AA

    View on map
  • Town Trails

    See the 'dancing bears’ or ‘blood-thirsty' peasants displaying the head of 'Simon of Sudbury’. The walk takes about an hour and starts at the TIC, where you can buy a leaflet full of short stories. For the more serious minded history buff, there is an official Town Trail booklet, produced by The Sudbury Society, telling you about the buildings around the town, and their history.

    View on map
SHARE THE JOY

At The Mill Hotel, You’re in the Spotlight!

Just back from The MIll Hotel? Share pictures of your favourite moments here – in the hotel, at Sudbury with #millexperience and stand a chance to win special gift hampers. You can even send us a chosen few, and they could be featured on our website (with due credits to you, of course).

View details

Local Temperature

0C / 0F

Local Time

2:40

Newsletter sign up