AttleboroughCopyright Andrew Longton

Attleborough is a moderately sized market town in Breckland, a part of Norfolk much less visited than the coast, though both town with the ancient St Mary’s Church and the heath and pinewood countryside merit greater attention... Read More

Hotels in Attleborough - 4 places to stay

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Sherbourne House

Sherbourne House

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A privately run Georgian Country house style hotel on the edge of this Norfolk market town.Ideally placed for business or leisure,we offer the discerning guest a relaxed atmosphere, with friendly ... More

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MJB Apartments Hailey House

MJB Apartments Hailey House

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The apartment includes:
Fully equipped kitchen, Bathroom, Lounge & Dinning area, Double Bedroom which sleeps two.

8 Hailey House- has just been re-decorated to a casual, modern theme. The apatment has been ... More

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61 Yew Tree Apartment (0.23 miles)

61 Yew Tree Apartment
61 Yew Tree is our one bedroom Maisonette situated within walking distance to the town centre of Attleborough while still being in a peaceful residential area.

Attleborough is a market town and civil parish in Norfolk, ... More | visit website
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Aldercarr Hall (1.48 miles)

Aldercarr Hall
Build in 1966, Aldercarr Hall is a modern country house which saw extensive development in early 2000. Since the Arpels family acquired Aldercarr Hall the site now incorporates a fully active day and weekend spa ... More | visit website
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Sallowfield Cottage (5.13 miles)

Sallowfield Cottage

Sallowfield Cottage, located in what was once the ancient Wymondham Abbey Deer Park, is set in the beautiful Norfolk countryside near the old market town of Wymondham.

Surrounded by a beautiful English garden with views over ... More | visit website

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Hill House Hotel (5.37 miles)

Hill House Hotel

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Hill House Hotel Wymondham is situated in a very quiet location off the A11, just outside Norwich. Hill House is full of charm, character and ... More

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Wymondham Quality Apartments (5.41 miles)

Wymondham Quality Apartments

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BRAND NEW. We are now operating next door to the Consort hotel this studio apartment. It is an ideal place for those staying that little bit longer so you ... More

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Sunnyside South (6.03 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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The George and Dragon (6.56 miles)

The George and Dragon
The George and Dragon which sits opposite the market square in the thriving South Norfolk village of East Harling has recently reopened after complete refurbishment. Situated just of the A11 (Thetford 15 minutes, Norwich 20mins) ... More | visit website
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Partridge Barn (7.02 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


College Farm (7.12 miles)

College Farm
College Farm and Thompson Church were built in 1349, the former to house the 5 priests who looked after the church and the village. The college was dissolved by Henry VIII in the 16th century ... More
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B&B Strenneth (7.16 miles)

B&B Strenneth

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Strenneth, a family run business in unspoiled countryside, 10 minutes drive from the market town of Diss, 5 minutes from Bressingham Gardens and close to Snetterton motor racing circuit. First class ... More

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