Wingfield Old College & Gardens
Diss, strategically situated on the London-Norwich road and railway line, and on the River Waveney, is a good old-fashioned market town with a six-acre mere to walk around and Bressingham Gardens nearby...
A Visitor's View
The Mill is really worth a visit but there is ...More
Hotels in Diss - 16 places to stay
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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
| Double Room: £80
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The Bell Inn
The Bell Inn is a family owned and run Country Hotel, located in a peaceful village setting, overlooking the surrounding countryside, yet still has easy access to Norwich, Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge and London.
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| Double Room: From £45 | visit website
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
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
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Map of all our Hotels in Diss
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