Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf and Spa

Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf and Spa
Keepers Lane Leavenheath, Colchester, Essex, CO6 4PZ

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The Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf and Spa is situated in 300 acres of beautiful undulating Suffolk countryside, on the edge of the Dedham Vale just off the A134. It is ideally located approximately 20 minutes drive from Colchester and Ipswich and one hour from both Stansted Airport and London. The Club is in an idyllic location for both leisure and business guests and is in a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. The setting has been captured in the paintings of famous artists Gainsborough and Constable and both golf courses are names after them. Comprising an 80 bedroom hotel, a selection of excellent dining facilities, Peake Spa and Fitness centre, two 18-hole championship golf courses, a driving range with 20 covered bay areas and conference and banqueting facilities for up to 450 people. Car parking is available free of charge for up to 350 cars and complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel and public areas. Peake Spa and Fitness centre includes an 18 metre indoor pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, saunarium, sun terrace and Concept shower which are complimentary to guests for the duration of their stay. A wide range of health and beauty treatments are available; please contact the hotel direct for full details. Guests are advised to pre-book treatments in advance to avoid disappointment. Please note the Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf and Spa operates a strict non-smoking policy throughout the complex.

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Fleece Jazz Presents: Ben Crosland Quintet Plays The Ray Davies Songbook

Dave Gelly explains: "Ray Davies's tunes - evocative, catchy and deceptively simple - serve his lyrics so well that it's easy to take them for granted. By recasting them in the jazz idiom and delicately elaborating their harmonies, bassist and composer Ben Crosland brings them out in a fresh glow." And look at the rest…

Fleece Jazz Presents: Brandon Allen Sextet

Brandon Allen is one of the very best tenor players around: emotional and blues drenched. He leads six bands. His Sextet, comprising six of the Fleece's favourite musicians, performs his arrangements of standards and classic jazz compositions. From Perth Australia, Brandon has been based in London for 16 years. Eric…

Fleece Jazz Presents: Damon Brown's International Quintet

A welcome return to the UK for the man whose hard driving trumpet will surely blow you away. "Fluent, impassioned and technically superb" - Jack Masserick. Damon Brown is a superb musician with a unique voice on both trumpet and Flugelhorn - Ian Carr a bright, gleaming tone, a superbly poised attack, and a fine…

Fleece Jazz Presents: Phil Hopkins' Toots Theilmans Tribute

A timely homage to perhaps the greatest jazz chromatic harmonica player who died last year. Think of the Midnight Cowboy theme and you have starting point for this gig. Phil Hopkins is a harmonica player and percussionist who has performed in many different settings including the Globe (as musical director). He has…

Fleece Jazz Presents: Sam Crockatt Quartet

"Haunting lyricism" - John Fordham "Performances full of power and invention, delivered with precision, poise, and grace" - Helen Mayhew The Sam Crockatt Quartet has received massive interest since winning the Parliamentary Jazz Award for best album. Sam has quickly built a reputation as a hugely talented musician…

Fleece Jazz Presents: Will Butterworth Quartet

This is the first date of a national tour by this impressive quartet launching their new recording, a suite based on an Oscar Wilde story, 'The Nightingale and the Rose'. A precociously talented jazz pianist, Will Butterworth grew up playing cello and improvising on piano and started playing Jazz professionally in…

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