Greyhound House Bed & Breakfast
Greyhound house is a couples of hundred metres from the river Waveney. Once you cross the bridge you leave Norfolk and enter Suffolk where you can walk along the riverside or just sit and enjoy the peace and quite.
Brockdish is the perfect location for touring both Norfolk and Suffolk, as it lies about 20 miles from historic Norwich, Bury St.Edmunds, Ipswich, and the seaside town of Southwold. The small town of Beccles known as the gateway to the broads is even closer. Closer still just 10 minutes drive away is the market town of Diss with it 5.5 acre mere. Diss is also the home of Gazes Auction House which hold auctions every Friday. Just a little further away is Lavenham regarded as England's finest surviving example of medieval sixteenth century timber-framed Tudor buildings.
The Waveney Valley is one of Norfolks best kept secrets, with beautiful countryside and so much to see and do, yet only 40 minutes drive from the coast. Walks and cycles routes, air museums, fishing and bird watching are just some of the things on offer. Greyhound House is located on the Angles Way and a short distance from the Boudicca Way. Weybread fishing lakes are 5 minutes drive away. If you like hockey then you will find The Magpie Hockey Club by the lakes.
Why not have a relaxing day on the broads, boats can be hired from Beccles, stop off at one of the riverside pubs for lunch. Can you think of a better way to spend a sunny day.
For those gardeners among us Blooms of Bressingham with it gardens and steam train is very close by.
There are many excellent restaurants to be enjoyed, locally we have the Fox & Goose at Fressingfield famous for its excellent food. Lindsay House in Eye, Suffolk is a small family run restaurant with good food and a friendly atmosphere well worth a visit. Or just visit the Willows Garden Centre in Bungay for a cup of tea and delicious Humble cakes.
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This page was last updated: 11 January 2012