Milsoms Kesgrave Hall Hotel in Ipswich is lucky to have a superb National Trust Property just minutes away near Woodbridge in Suffolk. In 2000, archaeologists uncovered numerous Anglo-Saxon graves and cremations in an unexplored area of the Sutton Hoo site in Suffolk. Their findings have now been revealed in a new exhibition. ‘Hidden Hoo’ begins to tell the exciting story of the excavation with many of the original finds on display (on loan from the British Museum).

The graves reveal our ancestors from a cross section of the community, from local aristocracy, warriors, bodyguards and farmer. In addition, visitors are able to follow the trail which leads you to some of the graves. With imagination, you’ll even see a landscape that was not so different to the person living some 1,400 years ago.

The exhibition is open to visitors, with an admission charge of £7.15 for adults (£18.05 Family) onto the whole Sutton Hoo site. More information can be found at

Hotel near Sutton Hoo

Sutton Hoo is only a few minutes from milsoms Kesgrave Hall by car. The restaurant is open all day, with breakfast available from 7am-10am, brunch from 10am-12pm and the full menu available from 12 noon – 9.30 (10.00 on a Friday and Saturday night), enabling you to eat either before or after your visit to Sutton Hoo. If you are interested in staying at Kesgrave Hall, a contemporary Kesgrave 4 * boutique hotel Suffolk, with 23 superb bedrooms, give us a call on 01473 333741 and see what offers we have this summer.

Kesgrave Hall Hotel near Sutton Hoo

+Sue Bunting

Mon 20 May 2013, Milsom Hotels