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Located in Beccles in the Suffolk region, Magical luxury Treehouse for Two provides accommodations with free private parking. We had a wonderful welcome. The site is superb, with many interesting nooks and crannies to explore. Our accomodation was clean, well appointed, comfortable and very quirky. We loved it. Thank you Kerry, Scott, Loopy and Celeste, not to mention the menagerie. It is a stay we will never forget.
On average, 3-star hotels in Beccles cost $165 per night, and 4-star hotels in Beccles are $119 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Beccles can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Beccles is delightful little market town in a beautiful setting on the river Waveney. Lots of quirky little shops and pubs. An unexpected find was discovering the outdoor lido with water temperature of 28degrees! Great ferry boat down to the next village with a great pub!!
Beccles is a very relaxed place; the river is a great asset to the town, easy access to Norfolk & the coast. I would also recommend the downloadable ‘Cluedo’ type tour of the town it is good fun for adult and children.
Fine little town, with lots of shops, a fine visitable church in the centre, a quay, and plenty restaurants. Apart from the traffic and the parking (remarkable one-way systems which means that you can travel a long way to go a short distance in displacement - walking, as long as you have put your car somewhere legal, is the best way!), this little town is very attractive and lively. Best staying outside the centre, somewhere like Swan House Motel perhaps, and walking in. Lots of good walks, and little paths and walk-throughs. Recommend it for a visit, but it is not near any notable National Trust or English Heritage properties, as far as we know. Lovely meal at Piatto Italian restaurant.
I am looking to purchase a property in Beccles - the town was recommended to me as being somewhere I'd like by my sister-in-law, who grew up in Lowestoft and knows Beccles well. It is a very "quaint," historic town with some lovely buildings. You can watch the sun set over the river Waveney (i did) and the swans a swimming. I couldn't visit the LIDO (next time) as was fully booked during my stay due to covid restrictions. also never made it to the riverside walk proper - next time. Food at the hotel was exceptionally good - and at half price, very good value.
Nice little town with fascinating nooks and crannies. Locals who bid you "good morning". Shame about the empty shops - sign of the times everywhere, I suppose. Lovely fish & chips from the Beccles Fish Bar.
Beccles is a busy town with wide choice of small and international shops. It has an interesting history and has easy access to by road or rail to the city of Norwich and Lowestoft town and beaches. There are picturesque views along the river and a busy market on Fridays. Local people are always friendly and ready to take time to help and talk to visitors. They have had a strong link with a small town in France, called Petit Couronne, for over 30 years.
Everything about the huts are amazing and Helen is such a lovely host.
Open for business, great food, clean and comfortable with strong wifi
Clean and great location beautiful hotel .staff very pleasant
Great room and bathroom. Friendly staff nice pub
Lovely lovely rooms and great location