Wymondham Consort Hotel
Wymondham Consort Hotel

Wymondham is a fine old market town - complete with a stilted Jacobean market building - that has a very lovely abbey as its parish church, and a picturesque station used in Dad's Army. The town is largely a dormitory settlement for Norwich 10 miles away... Read More

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Hill House Hotel

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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Abbey Hotel

Abbey Hotel

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Abbey House Wymondham is full of charm, character and warmth which sets it apart from the ordinary. The hotel has a rich history and an interesting mix of 16th and ... More

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MJB Abbey Hotel

MJB Abbey Hotel
Abbey Hotel in Wymondham, situated opposite the historic Wymondham Abbey and surrounding water meadows bounded by the River Tiffey. The Tiffey Valley has been opened up to walkers with well marked scenic trails. From April ... More | visit website

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Stapleford Park (2.41 miles)

Stapleford Park
Set in 500 acres of parkland, Stapleford is the ultimate retreat, with the style and service of a bygone Edwardian era. Stapleford boasts 55 unique, individually designed bedroom suites, refelecting the style of their creators ... More | visit website
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The Crown (3.17 miles)

The Crown

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Located in the lovely stone village of Sproxton on the Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Rutland boarders. The Crown Inn and Restaurant has been recently refurbished by local owner Barry Spencer and now ... More

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The Tithe Barn (4.53 miles)

The Tithe Barn
Cottesmore is a picturesque stone village in the unspoilt county of Rutland; with its own pub (The Sun Inn); village stores; post office; fish and chip takeaway and café; and a Ford Dealership with petrol ... More | visit website
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Bryn Barn (4.67 miles)

Bryn Barn
Bryn Barn is a charming barn and stable conversion, set in secluded cottage gardens within the picturesque village of Waltham on the Wolds which is on the edge of the beautiful Belvoir Vale and now ... More
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Kimbles Cottage (4.72 miles)

Kimbles Cottage

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Perfect for family get togethers whatever the season, this wonderful and spacious property boasts lovely countryside views and a large and delightful garden just 5 minutes' drive ... More

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Noel Arms (4.94 miles)

Noel Arms

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Come to the Noel Arms for great traditional pub food; fresh produce locally sourced by chef Dave Cox, and served at reasonable prices; especially good deals at early doors. Booking ... More

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Grange Country House (5.15 miles)

Grange Country House

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A lovely country house in the heart of the Midlands on the edge of Melton Mowbray known as 'The Queen of the Shires'. Famed for its Stilton cheese and pork pies. ... More

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Travelodge Grantham South Witham (5.41 miles)

Travelodge Grantham South Witham

Located on the A1 northbound, 9 miles south of Grantham, this Travelodge provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for exploring the Lincolnshire countryside. Spacious en-suite rooms, TV in every room, tea and coffee ... More | visit website

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Greetham Valley Hotel (5.73 miles)

Greetham Valley Hotel

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Within 276 acres (1.12 km≤) of beautiful Rutland countryside, easily reached from the A1 and close to Rutland Water, the hotel has 2 of the best golf courses in the Midlands. Greetham ... More

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Travelodge Grantham Colsterworth (5.99 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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