BEST WESTERN Brome Grange Hotel

Address: on the main A140, 'The Old Roman Road', Brome, Suffolk, East Anglia, England, IP23 8AP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on on the main A140, 'The Old Roman Road', Brome, is near Diss Mere.
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    Another lovely family day

    A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Sep 07, 2015

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    After hanging washing out in the sun, yes sun again, but not for long, Rich arrived with Pam & Peter. Had a lovely time catching up on their travel news as well as ours before going off to the pub for lunch. We now have another country to visit as Prague sounds a must and it sounds an amazing city, as long as you don't mind queuing to see St Vitus Cathedral!!! It was a shame the time passed so quickly, after a quick cuppa in the awning, we had ...

    Warmth at last!

    A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Sep 06, 2015

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    ... walking Tess and driving back to his home.  Very grateful to anyone these days who have a washing machine!  Had a lovely lunch cooked by Rich and it was great to catch up with Livvy and Jon as well as meet Lauren. Phil enjoyed watching and talking motor racing most of the day ...

    Second tallest spire in the UK

    A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Sep 06, 2015

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    Train, tube through London, another train, equals five hours' journey from Salisbury to Norwich. I let myself into my absentee host's home and settled in for 10 days. Exploring a new-to-me part of England. Norwich Cathedral has a very high spire too (second only to Salisbury's) and claims to have the biggest monastic cloister. There was no local building stone, so the ancient buildings were built of flint or stone shipped in ...

    Catfield to Harwich

    A travel blog entry by james_and_paul on Sep 05, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... about 9.45 im the morning and arrived in Harwich at 9pm. You can imagine the relief when we got there! After a quick Heineken and Dutch custard on board ( to get ourselves in the mood for Holland) we called it a day fairly early. I should add that during my ordering of the desert i somehow wound up flirting with the gay waiter- it was quite ...

    UK - Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridge, Oxford & Sussex

    A travel blog entry by robbynpeter on Sep 20, 2014

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    ... hotels run by Indians seem to be unbelievably clean with an army of cleaners coming every day, makes you feel lazy of you don't get up and get out of the room every single day; it gets a bit exhausting, they even come on the weekends. On 30 - Sept we visited some local caves called Hell Fire Caves originally chalk mines and Hughenden Manor another grand English house that was also a secret location during WWII. 1 Oct - Cliveden house and garden on the Thames river with a ...