The Brome Grange Hotel

on the main A140, 'The Old Roman Road', Brome, Suffolk, East Anglia, England, IP23 8AP , United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Brome

We Are Family

A travel blog entry by craigandrea


... of the churches mentioned (one in Norwich that is sadly abandoned and all the gravestones removed and two about 15-20 miles to the West of Norwich). We couldn't find any Carman gravestones. We are heading to Horsham St Faiths tomorrow as there are more recent Carmans in that area (just prior to migration to NZ). Had a lovely meal at the Hotel tonight as part of the accommodation package. Off to York tomorrow. ka kite ...

Donal' Where's Your Troosers?

A travel blog entry by craigandrea


... heretic, then found the plaque next to the river naming Thomas Carman and the other men who burned with him. Tomorrow we hit the records office and a couple of churches to see what else we can unearth. All in all a far more relaxed and less tiring day than previously, and we are here a couple of nights so hoping to recharge the batteries a little ...

First night camping

A travel blog entry by agbucks


... quot;Constantia","serif" ;; font-size: 12pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">As we head away from the Dutch coast we are
struck by the old windmills juxtaposed with modern wind turbines, the acres of
commercial greenhouses, (doubtless growing the cut flowers we buy in the UK)
and the ubiquitous canals and bicycle paths, It’s all so functional and

  • On the Road - North of London

    A travel blog entry by samplum


    ... road to the English countryside. We spent 2 nights in a tiny town called Badwell Ash. All that is there is a village shop and a pub with a few houses. We stayed in a loft over someone's garage! We were greeted with a delicious homemade brownie each. Yum! We visited some great places while we were there. Check out the photos for more ...

  • Cool man!

    A travel blog entry by suerussdrury


    ... pork sausages. Russ posted a card at the chemist, he went to the newsagent thinking that they were the place to go but no you go to the chemist, silly boy, you should have guessed.
    From there we called in to Manningtree and had a look around but it didn't compare to Dedham but still good. Next stop was our new home at Bailiffs Cottage. We were greeted by Graham, his wife Sandy was out.



    This hotel, located on on the main A140, 'The Old Roman Road', Brome, is near Diss Mere.
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