Bull Hotel, Long Melford
The Bull Hotel Long Melford is located in the historic Suffolk village of Long Melford within easy reach from Sudbury and Bury St Edmunds via the A134 .
The Bull Hotel is a fine timbered house, situated near the village green, was built for a wealthy wool merchant in 1450 and by 1580 it had become The Bull Hotel. The hotel's history is evident everywhere, from the massive moulded oak beams dominating reception to the wooden rafters, carvings, open fireplaces and period furniture throughout. Long Melford was a busy village in Tudor times, and still is, attracting visitors and holiday makers from all over the UK.
Long Melford, which has the longest high street in East Anglia. Its original timber work, both outside and inside is unusually well preserved. You are aware of the Bull Hotel's ancient history as soon as you walk into the entrance hall. Its massive moulded oak beams dominate the reception area and the original part of the building. During the coaching era the Bull Hotel was the principal Posting House of the town and a stopping place of the London, Bury St Edmunds, and Norwich coaches.