Directions to Milden Hall, nr Lavenham
Please note that the location of Milden Hall CO10 9NY is in the village of Milden near Lavenham and not Mildenhall which is 25 miles further north! There are two entrances (both signed with green signs):
The front drive is on a sharp bend (and quite easy to miss, especially in the dark) on the B1115 between Milden cross-roads and Little Waldingfield village. The back drive is opposite telephone box in village of Milden (go down 0.6 mile drive bearing right at every track-fork opportunity, through a farmyard).
- For b&b guests please park in front of house to unload car, or in the little walled courtyard next to the house.
- For large events please use signed car park.
- For Tudor barn self-catering guests, park next chestnut paling fence (not in front of cartlodge as this blocks other vehicle/emergency access).
Public transport and taxis
Accessible from Harwich and Stanstead airport (c£55 by taxi). Easy driving distance to Cambridge (1hr), Bury St Edmunds (30 mins), Norwich (75 mins), Suffolk coast (75 mins).We have a good contact for taxis from Heathrow (c£100) or Gatwick (c£105) – they can carry up to 6 passengers with minimal luggage.
Sudbury is the nearest (very small) train station – a 15 minute (c£14 for 4) taxi ride to Milden. For the ‘Lovejoy line’ to Sudbury you must change from the Colchester-Liverpool Street line at Marks Tey. Parking at the station is free and apparently problem-free.
Colchester is 30+ minutes away by taxi (c£30 for 4) but trains run regularly to and from Liverpool Street.
Bury St Edmunds train station (25 mins away) is approached from the Midlands and the North.
Ask us for list of local taxis. Taxis need booking up well in advance and clarification that this is The Hall at Milden (not the town of Mildenhall). Back drive is opposite telephone box in Milden village.
Bicycles at Milden
We have 40+ adult bicycles and a small assortment of children’s. Why not leave your car behind, borrow a bicycle, helmet and map to tour the local area? We have planned lovely local routes taking in villages, nature reserves, pubs and beautiful landscape.