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Cornwallis Country Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Brome, Suffolk

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Rectory Road
Brome
Suffolk
England
IP23 8AJ

Cornwallis Country Hotel, Brome

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Accommodation Description:

This magnificent hotel was originally built in 1561 and sits within 20 acres of stunning grounds, providing a peaceful setting in which to relax and unwind. The hotel is an excellent base for outdoor enthusiasts, with walks and hikes available on the nearby Norfolk Broads. The hotel's topiary gardens and lake, complete with ducks, is truly a wonderful sight.

Each of the comfortable guest rooms are beautifully decorated and feature telephone, tea/coffee making facilities and internet access.

4 star rating

From: £42.50

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