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Welcome to The Horseshoes

Address: The Horseshoes,Lower Street, Diss, IP21 4HL

Hotel Description

With free Wi-Fi and free parking on site, The Horseshoes is situated on the A143 between Scole and Harleston. A full English breakfast is provided each morning, and you can enjoy real ale, beer and wine in the garden. The Horseshoes offers simply decorated rooms with a flat-screen TV and a DVD player. Each benefits from tea and coffee making facilities, and a bathroom with a hairdryer. The restaurant has wheelchair access, and serves a range of meals. You can also relax in the bar area, and enjoy a game of billiards or snooker. Diss Rail Station is 4 miles from The Horseshoes. Norwich is a 30-minute drive away, and you can visit its range of shops, restaurants, and the Norwich Playhouse.

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Snetterton Racing Circuit - Norwich - Racecourse

Snetterton Racing Circuit - Norwich - Racecourse

Distance 11.83 miles (18.92 km)
Snetterton is an extremely popular test venue on which premier racing cars have been developed. The locally based Lotus F1 team made Snetterton its home test track, while major British single-seater manufacturer Van Diemen has never been based more than a stone's throw away from the Revett Straight. Snetterton is one of the fastest race circuits in the country. The layout includes two of the longest straights in the UK, linked by quick corners, and a couple of mind-concentrating chicanes. Highlights of this season will include rounds of British Superbikes and the British Touring Car Championship, as well as countless classic bike and car races.

Framlingham Castle - Suffolk - Castle

Framlingham Castle - Suffolk - Castle

Distance 11.84 miles (18.94 km)
Framlingham is a magnificent example of a late 12th-century castle. Built by Roger Bigod, Earl of Norfolk, the castle, together with Framlingham Mere, was designed both as a stronghold and as a symbol of power and status as befitted one of the most influential people in the court of Henry II. Architecturally, the castle is notable for its curtain wall and mural towers, an early example of this style. The castle fulfilled a number of roles. It was at the centre of the struggle between the Bigod barons and the Crown, and Mary Tudor stayed here in 1553, before being crowned Queen. At the end of the 16th century it was a prison; later still a poorhouse and school were built in the grounds.