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The Breckland village of Thompson is a fascinating spot, with its lenticular ponds charmingly called Pingos ground out in the ice age, and its own little lake formed in the peat common... Read More.

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All roads lead to not Rome but Birmingham, or at least they do if you look at a British roadmap. Same with trains. The city ...More
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College Farm

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 | Double Room: 35 - 40
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The Thatched House

The Thatched House
Under the present owners, the 'Thatched House' has been voted in the 'Top 20 Bed & Breakfast' by 'Which?' Consumer's guide, it has also featured on the pages of several Sunday supplementary magazines as well ... More | visit website

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The Penthouse (2.63 miles)

The Penthouse

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The Penthouse at Watton sleeps 3.On entrance through the flat door you enter into the inner hall. To the left is the bedroom with a 5ft and 3ft bed, hand ... More

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The Willow House (2.65 miles)

Located in Watton, a Market Town in Central Norfolk, The Willow House is a beautiful sixteenth century thatched, grade two listed building. The Inn and restaurant were cottages that have now been converted into a period ... More | visit website

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The Willow House (2.65 miles)

The Willow House

Located in Watton, a Market Town in Central Norfolk, The Willow House is a beautiful sixteenth century thatched, grade two listed building. The Inn and restaurant were cottages that have now been converted into a period ... More | visit website

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The Hare & Barrel Hotel (2.75 miles)

The Hare & Barrel Hotel

We would like to wish you a very pleasant stay in our Hotel where we try and create a traditional family atmosphere for both our daily customers and residents alike. Here at The Hare & ... More | visit website

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Broom Hall Country Hotel (3.23 miles)

Broom Hall Country Hotel
Charming family run Victorian Country House offering peace and tranquillity. Approached by a winding driveway set in 15 acres of country garden and parkland. Ornate ceilings grace the public room and a large open fire ... More | visit website
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Brovey Lair (3.57 miles)

Brovey Lair

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A VERY PRIVATE PLACE - Coming to Norwich? Business people as well as pleasure seekers will love Brovey Lair because it is so different from a run-of-the-mill hotel. Only half ... More | visit website
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The Olde Windmill Inn (5.78 miles)

The Olde Windmill Inn

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A village inn since circa 1650. The hostelry has built its reputation on serving high quality competitively priced food, from an extensive menu with changing daily specials; plus six real ... More

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Aldercarr Hall (6.29 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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Hilborough Swan Inn (6.43 miles)

As well as unwinding and relaxing with us, we provide an ideal base from which you can explore Norfolk. The Swan Inn is also a wonderful place in which to celebrate a variety of ... More
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Lynford Hall Country House Hotel (6.60 miles)

Lynford Hall Country House Hotel

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A Grade II listed mansion built in the Jacobean style designed by William Burn and constructed between 1857 and 1862. The property extended to 7,718 acres and was renowned as one ... More

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