We are delighted to welcome a new B&B to the Visit Waveney Valley website. Inglewood House B&B is conveniently situated close to Bressingham Steam and Gardens and other Norfolk/Suffolk visitor attractions and is surrounded by countryside.
This warm, friendly B&B is nestled in a designated ‘Quiet Lane’ in rural South Norfolk in a hamlet of four houses, just a mile from the A1066 Thetford to Diss road.
There are two double bedrooms with private bathrooms and a lounge for guests to use. Surrounded by an extensive network of countryside footpaths (long distance paths Peddars Way, Boudicca Way and Angles Way are all close by), Inglewood House is an ideal stopping-off point for walkers and the owners will even pick visitors up from Diss or Thetford train stations.
Inglewood House is set in half an acre of grounds with countryside views in all directions. Visitors are welcome to stroll around the garden and meet the resident chickens.
And of course, having resident chickens means that deliciously fresh eggs are on the menu for breakfast, which is either Continental style or full English, using local produce where possible.
Many visitor attractions are close by: Banham Zoo, Snetterton Circuit, Mid Norfolk Railway, St George’s Whisky Distillery, Knettishall Heath Country Park, the Redgrave & Lopham Fen Suffolk Wildlife Trust nature reserve, family visitor attraction Stonham Barns and the Suffolk Owl Sanctuary, Gressenhall Rural Life Museum, Thetford Priory, the Dad’s Army Museum at Bressingham and the Burrell Traction Engine Museum.
For plane enthusiasts, Flixton Air Museum and Fersfield Airfield, from where Joe Kennedy Jr. (brother of John F Kennedy) flew as part of the ill-fated Operation Aphrodite are also nearby, as well as Old Buckenham Airfield, another old USAAF airfield, from where Hollywood actors James Stewart and Walter Matthau flew during WWII.
Prices start at just £55 for a double room, including breakfast.
Inglewood House, Wilney Green, Bressingham IP22 2AJ. For further information and to book your stay, please visit the Inglewood House website.