Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden
Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden

The mid-Norfolk market town of Dereham, at least in its centre, is a predominantly Georgian place, though along with the Norman church it has one beautiful house that survived the fires that led to its becoming so... Read More

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Kings Head

Kings Head

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Dating back to the 17th century, this refined independent hotel, with an extensive private garden, is ideally set just 2 minutesí walk away from the main Dereham High Street.
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Hill House Hotel

Hill House Hotel

Hill House is a handsome Queen Anne property overlooking the very heart of Dereham town centre. Opened in 2006 by MJB Hotels, the building has been transformed into a 22 bedroom luxury hotel. The house, ... More | visit website

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Yaxham Mill

Yaxham Mill

Being only 2 minutes from the A47, but in the most relaxing countryside environment, Yaxham Mill has 11 modern bedrooms, a highly acclaimed, yet informal restaurant and a bar serving real ales, as well as ... More | visit website

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George Hotel

George Hotel
At The George Hotel, there is a choice of rooms (ten in total) from singles to double rooms with four poster beds. The environment is a relaxed casual one. There are not many formalities, other ... More | visit website
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The Romany Rye

The Romany Rye
The Romany Rye Hotel is located in the centre of Dereham, a market town nestled in the picturesque Breckland area of Norfolk and only 30 mins away from Norwich. All of its 22 bedrooms are en ... More | visit website
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Kings Head Hotel

Kings Head Hotel

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The Kings Head Hotel is a small family run hotel in the market town of East Dereham (known now as Dereham). We are just two minutes walk away from the ... More

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