East England Hotels
Number of hotels in this location - 129
Ideal for a relaxing escape to the country, our hotels in the East of England are an excellent choice for your next short break. Whether you fancy a chilled-out break on the Norfolk Broads, a quaint retreat in picturesque Suffolk or a city break in one of the many fascinating and historic destinations of Cambridgeshire, this is the place for you.
Family-friendly breaks abound, many of our East England hotels are great for a trip to the seaside –pretty Hunstanton, Great Yarmouth and Felixstowe are just some of the places the kids will love. For fantastic – and infamous – nightlife, Essex hotels are the best situated in the region, and for history and culture, our hotels in Ipswich are hard to beat.
- Historic, cultural and cosmopolitan, the area’s biggest cities are not only great for sight-seeing, but are perfect spots to enjoy some shopping and some fine dining; be sure to take a look at our hotels in Norwich and our Cambridge hotels too.
- Two of the finest gothic cathedrals in the country, be sure to visit both Peterborough Cathedral and Ely Cathedral – a real highlight of any break in the area.
- If you decide to stay at one of our Suffolk hotels, be sure to check the race schedule at Newmarket – one of the country’s top horse-racing tracks and always a fun day out.
East Anglia is a richly diverse and exciting destination for short breaks – from budget accommodation to luxury country retreats, check out our list of East England hotels below.
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Stay in one of our Cambridge hotels, and be inspired by the many beautiful museums and art galleries this cultural city has to offer. Admire the beautiful architecture and majestic college buildings of this famous University city, or simply choose to shop until you drop in the city’s fabulous boutiques and bustling High Street.
Surrounded by spectacular countryside, miles of unspoilt coastlines and beautifully preserved forests, plus an abundance of traditional market towns, historic buildings and beautiful gardens – our hotels in central Norfolk are the perfect place for a short break away.
From sightseeing and beach days to eating out and shopping, our hotels in Essex are perfectly placed for exploring all this magnificent county has to offer. From Southend-on-Sea to Colchester, Clacton-on-Sea to Bishop Stortford and everything in between, make your next short break one to remember with SuperBreak.
Great Yarmouth combines great family entertainment, miles of sandy beaches and maritime heritage. Famous for its bright lights and home to the Pleasure Beach Great Yarmouth - East Anglia’s most popular tourist attraction with over 70 rides and attractions.
The town of Ipswich in the east of England is full of life, with a range of Ipswich hotels, restaurants and shops lining its historic streets.
Our hotels in King’s Lynn are the perfect choice for a historic short break in a vibrant and charming market town. With a medieval port, fascinating museums and an abundance heritage sites to choose from, plus a mix of shops, cafes and restaurants to explore, King’s Lynn is the perfect destination for a mini getaway in Norfolk.
There are plenty of hotels in Norwich to choose from when visiting this bustling city in the east of England. Providing a delightful blend of medieval architecture with modern developments, Norwich is a popular destination for tourists and shoppers alike. Many of our Norwich hotels provide easy access to the city’s mix of outdoor markets, high street stores and indoor malls making it one of the country's best shopping destinations.
The cathedral city of Peterborough in Cambridgeshire is a historic city with a modern flair, with many Peterborough hotels providing convenient access to the nearby attractions the city has to offer.
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