The Swan at Lavenham Hotel and Spa

5 bubble 2017
Five bubble spas will give you the whole package; an uninterrupted spa journey, tip top treatments, first rate facilities and fabulous customer service. You should not encounter any queues (it really ruins the vibe), mould in the showers or lacklustre food! Be prepared for a slice of spa luxury

At a glance

  • Activities

    Activities

    Step out of the hotel for a long country walk, visit country estates nearby, or book one of the hotel’s culinary masterclasses.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    In the heart of the hotel sits a hidden garden, brimming with flowers and perfect for summer drinks.

  • Romantic

    Romantic

    The 15th century hotel surrounded by a postcard perfect Medieval village makes for a romantic mini break.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa

    A historic hotel with a boutique spa experience, Weaver’s House Spa is perfect for relaxing. Note that there is no leisure sized swimming pool.

Location

The Swan at Lavenham Hotel and Spa

High Street, Lavenham, Suffolk
CO10 9QA

Spa & Leisure

Weaver’s House Spa is a boutique spa experience within the hotel grounds, a contemporary and peaceful venue with all the details for stylish rest and relaxation. Facilities include a sauna, two relaxation suites and a vitality pool, as well as six treatment suites, one of which is a dual room.

Therapists use Temple Spa products in an array of face and body treatments, as well as the Jennifer Young skincare lines which are suitable for anyone with or recovering from cancer. Masters of the little details, the spa prides themselves on little extras such as a zesty post treatment lemon sorbet and macaron, along with teas blended by Camelia’s Tea House especially for Weavers’ House Spa.

Hotel & Accommodation

Under heavy oak beams in a picturesque medieval village in Suffolk, The Swan at Lavenham is a 15th century hotel with an abundance of charm. Gainsborough Bedrooms, Heritage Bedrooms, Suffolk Bedrooms and Constable Suites are amongst the room types available, each with sumptuous furnishings and original features adding to the visual delights and the comfort levels.

Evening meals and afternoon tea are served in The Gallery restaurant (there is an ongoing artist theme throughout the hotel), while leisurely lunches are served in the contemporary British Brasserie. There’s a courtyard terrace for summer days, while wine, real ales and cocktails are served in the characterful Airmen’s Bar.