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The Old Grain Store, Bungay

The Old Grain Store
Whilst retaining the outside character of the original grain store the inside has been converted in stunning style.The second-floor guest bedrooms have ensuites fitted with luxury baths and separate walk-in ... More Prices from 85.0

The Swan Motel, Near Beccles

The Swan Motel
Welcome to The Swan Motel, a motel, restaurant and public house situated in the village of Gillingham on the Norfolk and Suffolk border just outside the market town of Beccles. We ... More Prices from 70.0

Gypsy Hollow, HALESWORTH

Gypsy Hollow
A truly unique country retreat in rural Suffolk. Wake up to the sound of nature in your own private Gypsy Hollow complete with original gypsy wagon with luxury linen provided, ... More Prices from 135.0

Sir Alfred Munnings Hotel, Mendham

Sir Alfred Munnings Hotel
Located in the heart of the beautiful Waveney Valley, with five rooms, Sir Alfred Munnings Hotel is focused on providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction - we will do everything ... More Prices from 70.0

The Loddon Swan, Loddon

The Loddon Swan
Featuring free WiFi, a restaurant and a terrace, The Loddon Swan offers accommodation in Loddon, only 9.9 miles from the fine city of Norwich. Guests can enjoy the award winning ... More Prices from 79.0

Salmons Leap, Beccles

Salmons Leap
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 ... More Prices from 72.0

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