The Horseshoes

Inn in Diss, Suffolk

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Lower Street Billingford
Diss
Suffolk
England
IP21 4HL

The Horseshoes, Diss

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The Horseshoes is a privately owned free house on the A143 Great Yarmouth road between Scole and Harleston. Bed and breakfast serve food all day every day from 7am till 9pm Monday to Friday Saturday 8am till 09.00pm Sunday 12am till 7.45pm 6 en-suite bedrooms one of which suitable for a less active person. Beer garden real ales keg beers wines and spirits.

Disabled toilet and access

From: £39.50


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20 November, 869

Death of St Edmund

A Danish force under Ivar defeated and killed Edmund, king of the East Angles, at Hoxne, Suffolk. Edmund was later sanctified as St Edmund. His death is a frequent theme in medieval wall paintings, where he is represented tied to a stake, while Danish archers shoot at him.

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