Prickwillows Bed & Breakfast
Prickwillows Bed and Breakfast near Diss, Norfolk, is an 18th Century romantic getaway situated in 1.5 acres down a winding track through woodland.
Open your own front door to a self contained suite of rooms just for you, comprising a light and airy upstairs bedroom and downstairs a bathroom, beamed breakfast room with original 1950's Rayburn and lounge with games, freesat television and books. This little cottage adjoining our house is exclusively for your own use – you won’t share with anyone and you can come and go as you please!
At our B&B we’ll welcome you with tea and homemade cake on arrival and a bowl of fruit.
We serve breakfast at a time to suit you – either a luxury continental breakfast with yoghurts, stewed fruits, pains au chocolat, croissants etc or a full cooked English breakfast. On sunny days eat in our Norfolk garden surrounded by birdsong and look out over the fields and meadows.
Prickwillows Bed and Breakfast is a great starting point for exploring Norfolk and Suffolk, with many beautiful walks from our door.
We are just 10 minutes from the historic market town of Diss, which has plenty of quirky attractions, and slightly further afield is the bustling city of Norwich with its two Cathedrals, castle, busy market and medieval alleyways.
Bury St Edmunds, home of the Greene King Brewery, is also nearby, with a historic abbey and stunning gardens, small streets full of specialist shops and twice weekly markets. The Theatre Royal holds a range of high-quality performances.
Snetterton racing track is a short drive away; an ideal day out for all motoring enthusiasts!
East Harling, 10 minutes away, is home to St George’s Whisky Distillery and offers guided tours and tastings.
Other attractions nearby include:
Peter Beales' Rose Gardens: a world leader in classic and old-fashioned roses
Bressingham steam museum and gardens: renowned plant collections and narrow gauge railways
Thetford Forest: miles of pine woodland to walk or cycle through with a visitor centre
Redgrave and Lopham fen with countless species of birds
Further afield are the seaside towns of Walberswick, Lowestoft and Holcombe with miles of sand dunes and pine forests.
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This page was last updated: 08 April 2012