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Glebe Country House
34 London Road
Elveden

Thetford
Norfolk

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The Glebe bed and breakfast is situated mid-way between Cambridge and Norwich. This imposing house stands in its own extensive grounds on the A11 at Elveden, 12 minutes from Newmarket, with easy access and ample parking. Snetterton Race Track is just 14 miles, only 20 minutes by car and we have ample parking for your race vehicles. Close to Center Parcs, The Glebe is the ideal location for guests visiting family or friends holidaying there.

All rooms are stunningly spacious and comfortable, with TVs receiving digital freeview channels and hospitality trays and all have en-suite bathrooms or private facilities. The Glebe has 5 double or twin-bedded rooms, some of which can also be used as family rooms.

Full English or Continental breakfasts are available. Guests can relax in our spacious dining room and lounge area and may be lucky enough to see a small muntjac deer or two wandering past the window!

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Nearest Train Station: Thetford
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Ratings/Awards: 4 Star Silver Award
Number of Rooms: 5
Number Ensuite: 4
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
TV in Rooms - Free wireless internet
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