Plans for New Holiday Lodges at Hotel

Plans have been submitted for 70 holiday lodges at All Saints Hotel and Suffolk Golf Club near Bury St Edmunds.

Suffolk Golf Club has made a planning application for the holiday lodges on the edge of the golf course. The lodges would be installed in two areas of the surrounding 150 acres of land. The application will be considered by West Suffolk Council.

The course has seen huge improvements over the last three years as part of a £5 million refurbishment of the whole All Saints Hotel  site. 

The refurbishment includes a brand-new state of the art gym, refurbished swimming pool, sauna and steam room, and two studios as part of the Health Hub. 

In addition, the hotel has recently opened the stunning U Thyme Spa with seven treatment rooms complete with its own lounge and relaxation room. Plus, the beautiful The View Restaurant, with a team of award-winning chefs, is open all day for residents and non-residents with stunning views across the golf course.

The sighting of the lodges has been designed by the club’s PGA Golf Professionals Steve Hall and Adam Trett, to enhance the existing 18-hole golf course which will remain. Carefully looking at the positioning and existing landscaping so the lodges will be well screened with further planting.

David Harris, of M&D Developments and owner of the hotel, said: “This will have a hugely positive impact for the local economy creating up to 40 new jobs and fulfil our objective to make the Suffolk Golf Club a destination golf course, with the other facilities that are in place here at All Saints Hotel. It would be a fantastic addition to the Bury St Edmunds tourism offer.”