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The Norfolk village of Snetterton is well known for its motor racing circuit, which was originally an RAF airfield and now holds several race meetings each year.
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2.2 miles from centre of Snetterton
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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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5.3 miles from centre of Snetterton
Choose between a delightfully open woodland glade, or stay within the forest where your cabin blends harmoniously with the woodland surroundings. All Golden Oak Treehouse cabins come with a hot tub and for many of our guests, having their own hot tub is the highlight of their holiday. There is something rather splendid about lying back in your hot tub, glass in hand, with the night forest around you. Perfect any time of the year, they are especially indulgent when it's cold outside on a h...
5.3 miles from centre of Snetterton
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Thorpe Forest lies in woodland on the banks of the River Thet, close to where the Norfolk and Suffolk borders meet. Here you can escape to a luxury cabin and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of a leafy setting with riverside walks. Choose to stay within the forest, or in a delightful open glade. The forest itself is a delicate patchwork of pines, heath land and broad leaf trees, and home to a rich variety of British wildlife, including deer, squirrels, pheasants, wood larks and night jars. Th...
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8.4 miles from centre of Snetterton
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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.
12.2 miles from centre of Snetterton
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Formal gardens comprised of topiary, herbs, roses, box, fruit trees and wandering peacocks, guinea fowl and chickens nestle up to the Elizabethan manor house, with head-high yew hedges working as windbreaks, necessary in East Anglia which is a region known for its 'lazy winds'.
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