One Night Break

from £70
per person (min 2)
Overnight break
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One Night Treatment Retreat

from £105
per person (min 2)
Overnight break
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Couple's Treatment Room Retreat

from £123.25
per person (min 2)
Overnight break
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Treatment Rooms Day Special

from £102.50
per person
Spa Day
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Spa facilities

  • Swimming Pool

At a glance

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    Without compromising on luxury, the venue welcomes children of all ages, from toddling in the swimming pool to teen spa treatments to give parents a well-deserved rest.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    Guests on spa days and breaks receive entrance into Ickworth House, Park & Gardens (March-Nov)

  • Specialised treatments

    Specialist Treatments

    Specialised treatments including reflexology complete what is already an all-encompassing list of luxurious experiences.

  • Leisure break

    Leisure Venue

    The Ickworth is a beautiful hotel with an array of treatments and therapies available in the treatment rooms. However, leisure facilities consisting of a pool only, which is located in a separate building a short distance from the hotel.


The Ickworth, Horringer Bury St Edmunds,
IP29 5QE

28miles East of Cambridge, 30miles NW of Ipswich

Spa & Leisure

A family hotel, The Ickworth welcomes guests of all ages to enjoy the grounds and to use the beautiful pool.

However, the treatment rooms, which are located in a separate building, are an entirely adult sanctuary offering a range of [Comfort Zone] treatments ranging from facials and lip plumping to massages, mud cocoons, reflexology, Reiki, organic treatments, treatments for men, pre-natal treatments, and a teen collection.

Hotel & Accommodation

The hotel is a fusion of classic and contemporary styles, and in an upstairs/downstairs whimsical homage to its aristocratic history, offers guests the opportunity to stay in the Butler’s Lodge or the Marquis's bed chamber amongst its other twenty-seven bedrooms and eleven apartments, all of which look out onto eighteen hundred acres of National Trust garden. As you might expect, the food takes advantage of the proliferation of local ingredients both in the sumptuous adult-only Frederick’s Restaurant and in The Conservatory where there are buffets tailored to adults and children.