Hotels and Holiday Cottages in South Norfolk

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Griffin Hotel Address: 19 Church St, Attleborough, tel:01953 452149

Sherbourne House Hotel Address: 8 Norwich Rd, Attleborough, tel:01953 454363

The Mulberry Tree Address: Station Rd, Attleborough, tel:01953 452124

Aldecarr Hall Address: Aldecarr House Attleborough Rd, Attleborough, tel:01953 453400

Breckland Lodge Address: London Rd, Attleborough, tel:01953 455202

White Hart Hotel Address: 3 Market Place, Norwich, tel:01953 850214

Tourist information

Stretching from the southern edge of Norwich to the Suffolk borders, South Norfolk covers an area of around 350 sq miles, including the tranquil fields and banks of the Waveney valley. Home to more than one hundred small parishes, it is a haven for the weary traveller, offering beautiful thatched cottages, historic churches and warm, welcoming pubs.

The gentle countryside includes a beautiful variety of woodland and farm pasture, much of it transected by narrow country lanes which are lined with wildflowers throughout the Summer months. With 51 conservation areas, the historic buildings, ancient woodlands and picturesque village greens are well protected for generations to come, making them a popular choice for visitors from far and wide. The Southern Broads offer some of the finest wetland areas in the country, with long stretches of waterways set amongst the reed beds and marshland; no wonder visitors delight in the opportunities for bird-watching, walking and cycling, not to mention the chance just to relax in such peaceful natural surroundings.

Like much of the county, South Norfolk has a plethora of places to visit, with some of the prettiest market towns in the region. Loddon is a popular destination for visitors to the area, and offers a chance to pick up a delicious picnic on your way to a boating excursion on the Broads. Diss is a quite unique county town, with its beautiful mere and wildfowl, surrounded by some of the most wonderful 16th-century timber-framed buildings. Venture further north and you'll reach Wymondham, famous for its association with the rebel Robert Kett. The town is visible for miles for the two towers of its ancient abbey, whilst a beautiful market cross is another prominent local landmark in the town square.

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