The King's Head pub is a 15th century thatched inn, offering three sumptuous bedrooms in the beautiful Suffolk village of Laxfield. We serve beer straight from the barrel in a traditional tap room, together with a superb 3 course daily menu, available seven days a week. All rooms include a hearty, locally sourced full English or vegetarian breakfast.
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The White Hart Inn is a traditional Suffolk country inn offering an air conditioned restaurant serving fresh home cooked foods sourced and produced locally. Award winning ales and beers from the famous Adnams brewery based in Southwold, are on tap!
Sugarbeat Eating House is a home from home. An independent family business, with 4 unique brand new bedrooms, welcoming bar and comfortable restaurant. Food is served all day offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. With an excellent private dinning room ideal for both business and pleasure. An array of activities can be enjoyed in both Norwich and the surrounding countryside.
Newly created spacious 2 person studio apartments in a large Victorian farmhouse on a working farm. Overlooking the Waveney Valley at Earsham on the Norfolk / Suffolk border and ideally situated for exploring the East Anglian countryside. 2.5 miles from Bungay, 15 miles from Norwich, 12 miles from the coast. Private outdoor sitting area and use of the extensive gardens,Own separate entrance. Dogs welcome by arrangement.
The Old Ram Coaching Inn is a listed inn dating back to the 17th Century - documents reveal that it has been a coaching inn for most of its life. Our hotel accommodation consists of 11 guest rooms, all of which have private bathrooms, and there are some family suites and a four poster bed.
The Byre offers guests a country experience.
The old Grain Store is a unique conversion of a three storey grain store built in 1939 and lovingly converted by the previous owners in 2007. Standing in one and a half acres of lawned and wooded gardens with views over the Waveney valley. The river and its mill streams bound the garden on three sides making for a truly unforgettable stay. The stunning vaulted entrance hall leads to the regency style breakfast room and staircase to the second floor to three large double bedrooms with ensuites
Welcome to our new Bed & Breakfast business. We are located in a peaceful rural setting within very easy reach of the popular coastal towns of Southwold (jewel of the East Coast) and Aldeburgh with its thriving music scene, as well as just 20 minutes from Minsmere Nature Reserve. There is a wealth of footpaths, walkways and cycle routes in the area.
Stylish, comfortable accommodation. A relaxed atmosphere and superb restaurant. A friendly bar. A large generous car park. And, best of all, warm Kiwi hospitality. Just some of the outstanding features of this 16th Century former Coaching Inn.
As the former village school, and more recently as the South Norfolk Guest House, we offer quality bed and breakfast (B&B) for those seeking accommodation within Norfolk and Suffolk (being centrally located between Norwich and Diss). We look forward to welcoming you to our professionally run guest house, where we have a broad choice of rooms, a freshly cooked breakfast served 7am to 9am, or 'room only' tariff. Free unlimited WiFi and a large car park. Discounts for 4 nights onwards up to 25%.
Brasted’s is a unique and dynamic catering and events company, nestled in the heart of the beautiful Norfolk countryside just 4 miles from Norwich. We offer a diverse range of services comprising of an award winning 2 AA Rosette Restaurant, a Boutique B&B, Weddings and Event Venue.
A 16th Century timber framed house offering a wonderful rural retreat on the unspoilt Suffolk/ Norfolk border in the heart of the Waveney Valley. Come and enjoy the peace and tranquility of Wingfield, relax and rejuvenate, away from the stresses and strains of everyday life.
The Bailey family and management are pleased to announce the re-opening of the Sir Alfred Munnings Hotel, Bar & Restaurant following a complete restoration.
Red House Farm is a small working farm with a very warm welcome. We offer quality bed and breakfast accommodation from our 17th century barn, which combines old world charm with modern day style, comfort and technology.
Wortwell Hall Barn is an idyllic 18th Century Grade 11 Listed building, set in the Waveney Valley in the heart of the Norfolk countryside, just two miles from the Market Town of Harleston, on the boarders of Norfolk and Suffolk and centrally located for most of Norfolk’s attractions, including the famous Norfolk Broads.
Welcome to the Gillingham Swan Motel, we provide you with the best service we can in our recently refurbished motel rooms all with en-suite bathrooms. We have an excellent onsite restaurant and pub where you can spend a nice relaxing evening or enjoy playing pool or darts in our saloon bar
Retreat from the world at our boutique bed and breakfast near Southwold in Suffolk. The Stables is a Grade 2 listed stylishly converted Coach House originally built around 1750. The real magic of this boutique bed and breakfast is its setting in Henham Park – 800 acres of Repton designed listed private parkland. Our aim is to offer you quality accommodation and comfort in beautiful, peaceful surroundings. We want all our guests to feel welcome and at home
Salmons Leap is an eco friendly Bed and Breakfast on the Suffolk/Norfolk border run by husband and wife team Rose and Steve. The 4 star silver award B&B Bungalow has been recently refurbished and is set on an acre of land with ample private parking.
Set in the stunning town of Harleston, along the Suffolk and Norfolk border, the Swan Hotel is one of the principle hotels in Harleston, Norfolk with excellent links to Ipswich, Lowestoft, Great Yarmouth, Norwich and East Anglia.
The Ivy House Country Hotel is a "hidden gem" nestled on the banks of Oulton Broad amongst 21 acres of gardens, lawns, ponds, marshes, and thatched barns all with direct access onto the Broads. Guests can enjoy relaxing walks in beautiful grounds or venture out onto the broads pathways, or further still to the nearby coast.