Suddaby's Crown Hotel an early 19th century coaching inn built after a fire destroyed the previous building.
Five generations of the Suddaby family have run the Hotel since 1879. Grade II listed façade with historic features tastefully conserved, the stables have been renovated or removed to create parking spaces. The conservatory area was constructed over the old courtyard and the Hotel has six bedrooms over two floors. Ample bathroom and shower facilities, each room has a television with tea/coffee making facilities.
The Hotel currently serves breakfast for guests. The ground floor bar area is a popular haunt for real ale drinkers and the Hotel bar offers a varied selection of quality malts and wines. Live music evenings.
Lunchtime meals (Friday-Saturday), sandwich menu (Monday-Thursday). Teas, Coffees are available throughout the day.