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Walking/Hiking/Scrambling/Trekking Accommodation in Norfolk

For popular and unforgettable walking and scrambling routes, look to rest in any of this Britain's Finest selection of bed & breakfasts. Included below are Walking/Hiking/Scrambling/Trekking Accommodation in the UK, such as The Marsham Arms Inn, Haveringland.
5 Results In Or Near Norfolk
13.9 miles from the centre of Norfolk
Recently refurbished traditional Coaching Inn set in a rural location just 7 miles from Norwich city centre. Ideally situated for visiting the Norfolk Broads and the North Norfolk coastline. Friendly cosy atmosphere offering locally sourced food and real ales. Large beer garden, ample car parking and both ground floor and first floor en-suite accommodation. Free Wi-fi facilities available. Dogs welcome. Please note that rates for New Year's eve are included of dinner bed and breakfast.
in North Norfolk
The Chequers Inn, which dates back to the 16th century, is a charming village inn that lies on the North Norfolk coast, offering a fabulous place to stay, and to enjoy a meal. Mixing rustic and contemporary to produce its own unique style, The Chequers Inn has a welcoming ambience that appeals to holiday guests and locals alike.
in Norfolk
The Lifeboat Inn's history stretches back for 500 years, and it has been welcoming guests to the North Norfolk Coast, and offering shelter to travellers, for much of that time. The history and heritage of The Lifeboat Inn is evident at every turn inside this place, and today, it provides a modern and restful sanctuary for guests holidaying in this delightful part of the country. It's an ideal base for exploring all that Norfolk has to offer.
in Norfolk
Long established as an award-winning pub serving great food in the village of Horstead near Coltishall in Norfolk, The Recruiting Sergeant has now branched out
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in Norfolk
The Wiveton Bell situated a mile from Blakeney, close to the unspoilt salt marshes of the North Norfolk coastal landscape which is a listed site of Outstanding Natural Beauty. We are open all day for drinks both summer and winter and have four locally selected Guest Beer's which are sold alongside premium draught lager and a carefully selected wine list and a selection of local Gins.
7 Results Slightly Further Afield
26.6 miles from the centre of Norfolk
We know that not everyone wants the same thing. You might want to rest your head the night before an important business meeting… A relaxing weekend break only 4 miles from Bury St Edmunds…a pint of local real ale at the bar… A bottle of wine and a grazing board on the sofas… A meal in the dining room… A really good coffee with a read of the paper… Take your pick. Children are welcome day and night. We have an outdoor play area, highchairs, colouring sheets and a separate children’s menu.
35.7 miles from the centre of Norfolk
Situated in the heart of the Suffolk countryside, the White Horse dates back to the 16th-century and is 10 miles from the coast at Dunwich. Under the current owners since 2005 the White Horse has built a very enviable reputation . You can enjoy 2 AA Rosette-awarded food surrounded by many of the properties original features, like hefty beams, inglenooks and flagstones. 5 guest rooms are located in an adjacent converted building, all en-suite and offering the comforts of a 4 star rated inn.
43.7 miles from the centre of Norfolk
The Cherry Tree Inn is an enchanting 17th Century Inn near the town centre of Woodbridge, nestling on the road to Ipswich opposite Notcutts Garden Centre.
45.9 miles from the centre of Norfolk
The Old Red Lion Inn is located in a small village called Horseheath with a prime location just off the A1307. We have twelve letting rooms set aside from the main building which was an old farm house and dates back to the 18th century. We pride ourselves on providing a friendly and warm welcome to all our guests and try our best to ensure that your stay with us is memorable & enjoyable.
47.1 miles from the centre of Norfolk
The Angel Inn is a timbered, 16th century coaching inn. In 1722 it was purchased from George Evans by John Williams of Tendring Hall, and became known ‘The Angel Inn’ in 1793 when it was let to George Simpson for £18 with a brewhouse, stables and two large orchards.
in Suffolk
The Golden Key is a relaxed cottage-style dining pub dating back to the 1600’s, just tucked away from the main road through the beautiful village of Snape. Alex
in Cambridgeshire
The Blue Ball Inn, overlooking the famous Grantchester Meadows, less then two miles from Cambridge's historic city, has two kingsize ensuite rooms.
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