The Vines

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Great Cressingham

The Vines, Great Cressingham

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If you are looking for a relaxed and friendly BandB - somewhere where you can relax unwind and de-stress following a day exploring Norfolk and all it has to offer - then The Vines a 15th century Grade 2 listed hall house is the ideal place for you!Recently awarded a Silver Award by Visit Britain you are assured of a little more attention to detail and excellent service.Relax after your journey with a cup of tea or coffee in your room whilst planning your stay with local guidebooks and maps.The rooms are cosy and inviting all en-suite with baths and powerful showers the beds being very comfortable. Being in the glorious Norfolk countryside the nights are so peaceful that you may struggle to make breakfast which is a relaxed and friendly affair with local produce on offer.Centrally situated to both Thetford Forest and the coast The Vines is well positioned to visit local attractions including the famous Pensthorpe where the BBC film Springwatch. There are walks nearby including the famous Peddars WayWe look forward to welcoming you to The Vines.

We also welcome business visitors and can accommodate an early breakfast.We take dogs at The Vines these are charged accordingly: £5 per night per dog £8 for two dogs and £10 for three dogs.Leigh and Kevin

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