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The picturesque market town of Diss is believed to date back to the Anglo-Saxon era. You will find fine examples of timber-framed buildings with Georgian and Edwardian facades and a selection of individual specialist shops and coffee shops. Green open spaces and The Mere six acre lake.
8 Results In Or Near Diss
12.6 miles from centre of Diss
Haughley House is a genuine manor house, with manorial records going back to the 14 century. It is an award-winning B&B located in the centre of Suffolk, making it an easy drive to many county attractions.
15.0 miles from centre of Diss
This long-established, beautiful parkland course is set in 150 acres of undulating Suffolk countryside. It is host to the Suffolk Amateur in 2019, and the course provides a challenge for all standards of golf. The clubhouse provides a warm welcome and a fabulous standard of catering.
11.0 miles from centre of Diss
This 3.5 acre walled garden dates back to around 1700 but was probably extended around in the 1760s. It's huge walls, one heated on the north side, are in good condition. The walled garden has a dividing wall down the middle that separates the vast kitchen garden with a smaller ornamental pleasure garden. The kitchen garden is unusual for containing an internal walled area designed to maximise the south facing aspect, and used to contain exotic (for the time) fruit such as pineapples. T...
3.9 miles from centre of Diss
Camomile Cottage B&B provides luxury bed and breakfast accommodation and has been awarded a 4 Star Silver rating by East of England Tourist Board. A rustic 16th century Grade II listed Suffolk cottage in a quiet rural location it is ideally situated for exploring the historic towns and villages of East Anglia. Heavily timbered, furnished with antiques and with large gardens it offers privacy in a rural location. Two double rooms with luxury en-suites. Large guest lounge with two comfy sofas, ...
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11.8 miles from centre of Diss
Crow's Hall is a beautifully preserved and fully-moated 16th century Manor Hall, situated within its own 400 acres of rolling Suffolk landscape. Its magnificent buildings include an exceptional Tudor barn, now made available for truly unique wedding receptions by its welcoming owner.
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2.3 miles from centre of Diss
Bressingham is South Norfolk's largest tourist attraction, for this is where founder Alan Bloom combined his his passion for plants and gardens with his love of steam! Bressingham now boats 4 railways, almost 20 acres of gardens, the Dad's Army museum, and many other interesting exhibits.
7.1 miles from centre of Diss
Manor Farm Barn is a four-star self-catering accommodation in the Suffolk countryside . Built in the early 1700s. It’s a grade II listed building .
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9.4 miles from centre of Diss
The English Whisky Co. was England's first registered whisky distillery in over 100 years, nestled in the heart of Norfolk between Norwich and Newmarket.
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