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The Bell Inn
The Street
Rickinghall

Diss
Norfolk

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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.

With ample Free Parking and Patio Garden are this 17th Century Coaching Inn offers eight fully en-suited bedrooms including our Family Room, Luxury Four Poster, Doubles and Twins. All Bedrooms are fully equipped with Colour Television, Radio Clock Alarms, Hospitality Tray, Guest Directory of Services and Hair Dryer

Dining is available in both our renowned Restaurant “The Chimes” serving the finest English & Continental foods making the most of the freshest local ingredients. There is also our extensive Bar Menu to choose from a wide range of home cooked seasonal fare.

Whether you are staying for business or pleasure we will endeavour to ensure your stay with us will always exceed your expectations.

Free WiFi in all rooms

Details

Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8

Price per Person

Price Includes: Breakfast & VAT
Double: From £45
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Restaurant

Name: The Chimes

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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
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