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Tel code: 01493 | code search
Postcode: NR31 | code search
Population: 270
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Decoy Tavern
"I have frequented the Decoy regularly for several years and recommend it highly. The quality and choice of food is excellent and there are very fair savings to be made ..." More

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The Norfolk village of Fritton was until 1972 the Suffolk village of Fritton, and it does still seem more of a Suffolk place, thanks perhaps to its association with the lovely Somerleyton estate over the border. This is the eastern edge of Broadland, and although not strictly a Broad, Fritton Lake is considered by many to be as beautiful a stretch of water as anything in East Anglia. The lake is part of a well established country park, with plenty of activities available including some good coarse fishing. The church in the village, St Edmunds, is chocolate box pretty, mainly Norman with a thatched roof and a distinctively squat round tower, and an interesting chancel whose rounded end echoes the tower nicely. Within the church there is a cultural treasure, the now rather faded but still evocative wall painting of the martyrdom of St Edmund. Access to Fritton is easy by car, the village being situated on the A143 between Bungay and Great Yarmouth. It is also only a mile or so from access to the Broads at St Olaves, and the Norwich to Lowestoft train line has a stop at Herringfleet which is about two miles distant. The Waveney Valley nearby is a particularly lovely part of East Anglia, and as well as the Broads the beaches and other amenities of Yarmouth and Lowestoft are close to hand, with the beautiful medieval city of Norwich within easy striking distance too.

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The Chestnuts (2.26 miles)

The Chestnuts

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The Chestnuts is a friendly, family house B & B, where you can rely on comfortable accommodation and a warm welcome from your hosts, Suzi & Peter Hubbard.The Chestnuts is ... More

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The Old Stables (2.34 miles)

The Old Stables

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Set in the heart of South Norfolk's rural countryside you will find, "The Old Stables", situated on a quiet working farm. Converted old stables sympatheticaly restored to incorporate 3 ground ... More

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Le Grys Barn (2.66 miles)

Le Grys Barn
Featured in Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay 2008, Elle magazine 2007 and The Guardian's 1000 Great B&B's 2008

The Barn: Situated peacefully on the southern edge of Wacton Common, the red glow of the ... More | visit website
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Farm Barn (2.68 miles)

Farm Barn
FARM BARN is situated on a working livestock farm. The barn accommodation has been newly converted to a high standard with oak flooring and exposed beams. Farm Barn provides a spacious and welcoming open plan ... More | visit website
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Oakbrook House (3.88 miles)

Oakbrook House

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Oakbrook House is a nine bedroom guest house situated just South of Norwich, two and a half miles from the town of Long Stratton on the A140.We offer accommodation suited ... More

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Partridge Barn (4.23 miles)

Partridge Barn

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Lovely views over the Tas Valley and a delightful rural setting affording sightings of fox cubs, pheasants and the occasional deer feature at these traditionally restored and ... More

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Sunnyside South (5.25 miles)

Sunnyside South

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We are a friendly, family B&B in the quiet village of Forncett End. We are situated just off the B1113 between Wymondham and Long Stratton, approx. 10 miles south of ... More

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Old Ram Coaching Inn (5.36 miles)

Old Ram Coaching Inn

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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. The ... More

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Earsham Park Farm (5.70 miles)

Earsham Park Farm

Relax in informal surroundings in this quiet secluded victorian farmhouse with spectacular views situated half a mile from the A143 between Bungay and Harleston . All rooms are decorated to a high standard with ... More | visit website

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De Vere Dunston Hall Hotel (5.78 miles)

De Vere Dunston Hall Hotel

Surrounded by tranquil wooded parkland the De Vere Dunston Hall Hotel is an elegant Victorian manor house located just 10 minutes from Norwich city centre. Sympathetically restored and extended this red brick mansion, originally built ... More | visit website

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