Since falling in love with The Hadleigh Ram, we often find ourselves recommending its sister locations that you can find in a number of East Anglia’s favourite historic towns. The Lavenham Greyhound, The Ram and now the Old Crown in Girton Cambridge, are all owned and designed by family run business Stuart Inns.

The Swan also offers accommodation, which comprises of a beautiful boutique hotel that offers four very unique and fabulous rooms. Naturally, we jumped at the opportunity to have a look around and admire our products in this beautiful setting…

 We have hundreds of backplate and handle combinations to choose from, so we love seeing what people decide to go for. Here they have used our Bromley Handles which are a delightful reeded, tactile design. Complimented with our Antiqued Brass Numbers, these details give the entrance to the rooms a quality, traditional feel.

The fabulous mix of contemporary and traditional works seamlessly here. Our Harleston Table Lamp in Nickel gives a modern twist to the room atop the ornate bedside table. The French Grey Drum Shade blends beautifully against the wallpaper, complimenting the vibrant blue headboard and emanating the perfect gentle hotel glow.

 The bathrooms are finished in a unique wall tile which replicated the appearance and feel of a wood cabin. Our Hinton Wall Light has been used horizontally and allowed for the light to flow in all directions.

If you are coming to visit our showroom then why not stop off in the beautiful Long Melford on your way? Not only is the Swan decor a feast for the eyes, their menu is sure to go down a treat too. You can also take a peek into the neighboring Duck Deli, also owned by Stuart Inns. Stocked full of local artisan goods that you will find woven through their delicious menus, it’s a must-visit spot for foodies.



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