Ingleneuk lodge

Guest House in Garboldisham, Norfolk

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Hopton Road
IP22 2RQ

Ingleneuk lodge, Garboldisham

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Accommodation Description:

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.

 4 star rating

From: £35.00

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