Ingleneuk lodge

Guest House in Garboldisham, Norfolk

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Hopton Road
Garboldisham
Norfolk
England
IP22 2RQ

Ingleneuk lodge, Garboldisham

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Ingleneuk Lodge stands in large lawned and wooded gardens with much wild life. It benefits from level access to most rooms and a specially adapted ensuite bedroom for disabled/wheelchair user guests. Our lounge and Licensed Bar offer a degree of comfort rarely found in bed and breakfast accommodation with a lovely wood burning stove providing warmth in winter and a sunny patio where you can relax with a cooling drink in summer.

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British History Quiz

This fourth son of Edward III was virtual ruler of England from 1371-1399



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This Day in British History

25 March, 1306

Robert the Bruce crowned king of Scotland

Bruce had earlier murdered his chief rival, John Comyn

Monarch Mayhem

Shortly after this monarch was buried at Winchester Cathedral, the cathedral tower collapsed - a sign?



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