HarlestonCopyright Keith Evans

Harleston is a thriving little market town on the Suffolk border, with plenty of Georgian buildings and a fine old Corn Exchange, though no longer used for that purpose, set in the Waveney Valley... Read More

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Hotels in Harleston - 4 places to stay

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Old Ram Coaching Inn

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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J.D.Young Hotel

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

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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Farm Barn (3.50 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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Earsham Park Farm (4.93 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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The Horseshoes (5.59 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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Le Grys Barn (5.96 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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Oakbrook House (6.34 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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Scole Inn (6.50 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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Gissing Hall (6.50 miles)

Gissing Hall

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Gissing Hall is a listed family mansion, dating back to the fifteenth century. Once the centre of an estate, it is now the home of its owners, Ann and William Brennan. This ... More

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The Chestnuts (6.94 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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Kings Head Inn (6.97 miles)

Kings Head Inn
A family inn at the heart of the historic market town of Bungay on the Suffolk/Norfolk border.The new owners who took over the Kings Head in November 2010 guarantee a warm welcome. You may even ... More | visit website
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The Old Stables (7.19 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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