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Caldecott Hall
Great Yarmouth
Norfolk

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Caldecott Hall is a 400 acre country estate enjoying fine scenic views stretching from an historic Viking burial ground to the waveney forest, making it an ideal base from which to explore The Norfolk Broads.With our two 18 hole golf courses and the marvellous facilities at Caldecott Hall you will be more than a little impressed.The eight ensuite luxury bedrooms including the Caldecott Suite, which boasts an italian style four poster bed and jacuzzi bathroom, have been fashioned from what was formally a Victorian Country residence.Most of the rooms have panoramic views and are all furnished and equipped to a high standard, including hospitality tray, personal safes (laptop size), hairdryers, teletext television and free wireless internet.

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Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8
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