The Park Hotel

Address: 29 Denmark Street, Diss, Norfolk, East Anglia, England, IP22 4LE, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 29 Denmark Street, Diss, is near Bressingham Steam Museum and Gardens and Diss Mere.
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    Travel Blogs from Diss

    A great but sad day in Norfolk

    A travel blog entry by haydo on Jul 02, 2015

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    Another beautiful, hot day. After breakfast we drove to Taverham, where there is an incredibly large, well stocked, and well laid out craft/haberdashery store. Annie was still looking for Norfolk cross stitches. The problem is, she has done most of them in the past. But today she managed to find two, which we purchased. We then drove to North Walsham. There was a market in operation and we strolled both the market ...

    Lunch at The Ferry House, Surlingham, Norfolk

    A travel blog entry by haydo on Jul 01, 2015

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    ... still on sale today, decades after they were written. After lunch it was back to R & Js for ice cream and then we drove S & W home. There granddaughter, Ellie called. We then headed off, driving to Mousehold Heath. We stopped at some tea rooms for a relaxing cuppa. Back to our motel for a trial pack. We leave for London on Friday, when we will hand back our ...

    A Family Lunch

    A travel blog entry by haydo on Jun 30, 2015

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    This morning, after breakfast, we drove into Norwich and looked around Chapelfield Shopping Centre. We had a pot of tea at a Costa outlet and then drove to The Rushcutter Hotel. This hotel is located on a river, and we sat there in the sun, under a large umbrella and had lunch. We were with Annie's cousins, Colleen and Joy, and their husbands John and Bob. The setting and food were very good and we had an enjoyable time. After lunch, we went our separate ways. ...

    Exploring Norfolk

    A travel blog entry by haydo on Jun 29, 2015

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    After breakfast we drove to Blickling Hall on a beautiful, sunny day. The hall itself was yet to open for the day, but we have visited there before, and our main interest was the magnificent gardens and grounds. This is a National Trust property. The cost for the garden only for non members is £8.10 each. We then drove to one of our favourite villages, Holt. There is a particular, little restaurant, Byfords, that we ...

    Day 67 - Debby's Back & all's right with the world

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Oct 09, 2014

    4 comments, 30 photos

    ... inhabited place, a meeting place or even a holy place. This was the ‘stow’ of the de Langtot family and we know that Richard de Langtot was the Lord of the Manor here in 1206. “St. Georges is indeed a holy place, a grand and stately church in a fine setting ............. The church stands upon a very early site which is an entrenchment dating from Roman times and a pot of Roman coins was unearthed nearby in 1764.”




    The church ...