Wingfield

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Tel code: 01379 | code search
Population: 300
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De la Pole Arms
"Nice to meet the landlord again, he's only been there since 2011 so please ignore all the old reviews. Great place for a drink, good company food and atmosphere. I'll ..." More

De la Pole Arms
"Went there in late autumn sunshine. One of the best pubs I've been to.Very cheerful landlord and efficient waitresses. Good choices from the menu. All in all, a very pleasent ..." More

De la Pole Arms
"Having heard good reports in the past, three of us went for lunch expecting a good range of dishes. Luckily we looked at the menu before ordering drinks and found ..." More

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Wingfield is a quiet rural village positioned in the northern edge of the county of Suffolk, and is home to just over three hundred people. It has an intriguing history, and dates far back in time to the Saxon settlers who first arrived here. It became important when the Earl of Suffolk received permission to change his manor house into a fortified castle which once housed a portcullis and drawbridge in the 14th Century. Nearby will find the stunning church which was built on the site of an earlier church in 1362, visitors who stroll around the quiet lanes may just hear the peel of the six bells. Opposite the church stands an ancient pub which offers food and a warm welcome. There is the impressive Wingfield Green which spreads for forty acres, and is surrounded by Medieval houses and half timbered cottages, nearby the stunning countryside is full of footpaths which network across the area to the nearby borders of Norfolk. This is no shopping metropolis, as the nearest shops and post office is at Stradbroke, however the pub, church, and countryside can't fail to please, and for those visitors who wish to stay for a while longer there is a small choice of comfortable options.

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Wingfield Old College & Gardens

Pub and Bar

De la Pole Arms

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The Horseshoes (3.95 miles)

The Horseshoes
Breakfast from 7am till 11am Monday to Friday
Food served all day every day
Senior Citizens special lunch every Wednesday.
Bed & Breakfast En-Suite Rooms.Beer Garden.Disabled toilet & access.
Real Ales, Keg Beers.
The Horseshoes is a privately owned free ... More | visit website
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J.D.Young Hotel (3.95 miles)

J.D.Young Hotel

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In the market town of Harleston, in the idyllic surroundings of the Norfolk and Suffolk borders, this 15th century coaching inn offers comfortable, modern en suite accommodation. Steeped in history, the hotel ... More

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The Swan Hotel (4.05 miles)

The Swan Hotel
The hotel features the popular lounge bar, the locally renowned carvery restaurant, the large function room and luxury, but affordable, en suite hotel accommodation. Perfect for business visits, corporate events, functions and wedding parties. ... More | visit website
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Scole Inn (5.06 miles)

Scole Inn
The Scole Inn is a historic coaching inn dating back to 1655. The impressive exterior of the building reflects the Dutch influence of the period, creating a unique setting. The inn is a popular location ... More | visit website
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Cornwallis Country Hotel and Restaurant (The) (5.62 miles)

Cornwallis Country Hotel and Restaurant (The)

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Few and far between are opportunities to experience something very special. If you appreciate an informal yet refined hospitality combined with a beautifully understated elegance, then you'll find The Cornwallis ... More

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Brome Grange Hotel (5.89 miles)

Brome Grange Hotel
Midway between the market towns of Diss in Norfolk & Eye in Suffolk & halfway between Ipswich & Norwich, the Grange founded in the 17th century, today offers both business & leisure travellers every modern ... More | visit website
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Old Ram Coaching Inn (6.06 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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Farm Barn (7.06 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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Field Way (7.20 miles)

Field Way

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Overlooking corn fields, this spacious and comfortably furnished family home lies on an arable farm in this pleasant village. Set near the owners' farmhouse, it is just ... More

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The Park Hotel (7.26 miles)

The Park Hotel
A beautifully restored East Anglian Hotel located near to the town centre, The Park Hotel boasts a fine restaurant, bar, lounge area and meeting rooms. All 19 rooms are en-suite, non smoking and with flatscreen colour TV's with ... More | visit website

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