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Located in the village of Gillingham, the Swan Motel offers a restaurant, a pub with billiards and darts, free WiFi access and free on-site parking. The room was lovely, immaculately clean and all of the staff very helpful and friendly. The hosts went out of their way to ensure our stay was perfect. Breakfast is very good and its nice having a bar and restaurant on site
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.
Hartley House Beccles Air Manage Suffolk is set in Beccles. The accommodations is 9.9 mi from Southwold. Beautifully decorated and spotlessly clean, the location is perfect, a very short walk to Beccles Town centre. I can thoroughly recommend the old dairy cafe for a fabulous breakfast. We loved staying here and will be back soon!
On average, 3-star hotels in Beccles cost $163 per night, and 4-star hotels in Beccles are $129 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).
Not the busiest of towns for anyone looking for late night entertainment, but plenty of pubs, etc to eat and drink during the day and evening. We only drove into Beecles once during the daytime and found parking spaces in the centre of town to be at a premium, but there was ample parking on the outskirts of town at low cost and only a short walk.
Beccles is well located and central for places like the beach, Norwich etc. nothing more than about 30 mins drive away. Usually not too busy. I love the little square with all the shops and a handful of restaurants too. Need a car to get around but easy for days out and something for everyone really.
Being a small and old market town, the small size of the centre means all local shops are easily within reach. many old buildings to see and amaze you, and many painted in the traditional East Anglian pink. A taste of the Broads is available within a few minutes walk down to the Staithe, where a peaceful view of the cruisers, faishermen and sometimes swimmers is to be welcomed. It's olde-worlde but with modern convenience, has charm but affords comfort and ease of shopping.
Beccles is easy to walk around as it a small town with lots of charm. Ate at a cafe called Twyfords in the centre of town - very good value. an evening meal at Graze at the White Horse was out of this world, decent portions of superbly cooked food. All the people we met were really friendly and helpful.
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.
The room was lovely, immaculately clean and all of the staff very helpful and friendly. The hosts went out of their way to ensure our stay was perfect. Breakfast is very good and its nice having a bar and restaurant on site
Location was fab. The gentleman at check in was very friendly and everything very covid safe. Room was comfy and super clean.
Everything about the huts are amazing and Helen is such a lovely host.
Very charming old building that has been carefully renovated.
Great room and bathroom. Friendly staff nice pub