REVEALED: East of England’s top 20 hotels/B&Bs

The East of England's top 20 hotels as listed by Trivago

The East of England's top 20 hotels as listed by Trivago

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Hotel search website trivago.co.uk have revealed the results of their inaugural Top Hotel Awards, using aggregated online user ratings in order to recognise the best-rated hotels.

The White Lodge in Great Yarmouth is the top-rated hotel in the East of England, followed closely by Drinkstone Park in Bury St Edmunds and Paddocks House in Newmarket.

The East of England's top 20 hotels as listed by Trivago

The East of England's top 20 hotels as listed by Trivago

With a rating of 95.66, The White Lodge in Great Yarmouth is the best-rated hotel in the East of England (and 14th in the whole of the UK). In second place (and 39th in the UK) is Drinkstone Park in Bury St Edmunds, with a rating of 95.04. Third place (46th in the UK) goes to Paddocks House in Newmarket, with a rating of 94.89.

The top two hotels (The White Lodge and Drinkstone Park) are B&Bs, while Paddocks House is a hotel. This is a good representation of the type of top-rated accommodation in the East of England, with 11 of the top 20 classified as B&Bs and nine as hotels.

The average room rate for the top-rated hotels in the East of England is relatively low, with 14 of the top 20 boasting average rates of less than £100 per night. The cheapest is The Burleigh in Hunstanton (ranked 13th), with an average room rate of £58 per night. This is closely followed by The White Lodge in Great Yarmouth (ranked 1st), with an average room rate of £63. The most expensive is Tuddenham Mill in Newmarket (ranked 20th, £189 per night) followed by Paddocks House, also in Newmarket (ranked 3rd, £185 per night). Hotel search website trivago.co.uk have revealed the results of their inaugural Top Hotel Awards, using aggregated online user ratings in order to recognise the best-rated hotels.

Unlike other regions of the UK, the top 10 hotels in the East of England are relatively evenly distributed, with no town or city claiming more than one top-rated hotel. If the top 20 is considered, however, there are three top-rated hotels in Great Yarmouth and two in Newmarket. Four of the top 10 hotels are on or near the coast, with six located inland.

Denise Bartlett, Trivago UK Public Relations, said: “With its friendly owners and hard-working staff, it is easy to see why The White Lodge is our top-rated hotel in the East of England.

“It also has the second lowest average room rate in the region, fighting off competition from hotels with higher price tags.

“The East of England has a good mix of top-rated accommodation, including both B&Bs and boutique hotels.

“The trivago Top Hotel Awards aim to judge all accommodation fairly, whether they are a B&B in Great Yarmouth or a luxury boutique hotel in Newmarket. It is really encouraging to see a range of accommodation, both in terms of price and geographical location, in our top 20.”