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Bluebell Barn B and B
Bed and Breakfast: 5247

Bluebell Barn

Pets Allowed:   Yes
Smoking Allowed:   No
Special Diets:   Yes
Bed And Breakfast's own web site
  • Convenient for Snetterton Circuit.
  • Quiet Rural location in the centre of East Anglia.
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    Bluebell Barn was originally converted as part of the TV programme Homefront and has been lovingly improved over the past six years, into a substantial family home.

    We are enclosed in an acre of grounds, surrounded on three sides by open fields, so if you have a four legged friend to bring along, well behaved dogs are very welcome to join you.

    We have three rooms available for B and B:

    The Rose room - a beautiful, light and airy large double room with private entrance and en-suite shower.

    The Bluebell Room - double room with private entrances and en-suite shower; this pretty room also has the additional facility, of a separate single bedroom adjoining, making this room ideal for a small family.

    The Suite - Large double suite with lounge area, which also has the benefit of a private entrance with en-suite bathroom.

    Breakfast is served in the Barn's impressive main hall and
    all our breakfast ingredients, are sourced from our local butcher and our eggs are free range.

    Traditional English or Continental breakfast freshly prepared
    to order.

    Afternoon tea is also available on arrival.

    Coming soon, our licensed bar and bar snacks. Available August 2008!
    Please let us know if you have any special dietary requirements.

    This property appears courtesy of ClickBedAndBreakfast.co.uk

    The Dining Room
    The Dining Room
    The Rose Room
    The Rose Room
    The Bluebell Room
    The Bluebell Room
    The Suite
    The Suite

    Pricing and Opening Times
    Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.

    Single Occupancy from: £50.00 per room per night to £70 per night for the Suite, including breakfast.

    Double Room: £70 per room per night, including breakfast.

    Family room: with space for one child over ten £85.00 per night including breakfast.

    Please see our own website for availability.

    We are open all year round.

    Family Rooms:
    Single Rooms:
    Double Rooms:
    Twin Rooms:
    Pet Facilities: Pets are allowed. Friendly dogs are allowed in the Rose and Bluebell room only. Dogs are not allowed in The Suite.
    Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
    Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. Please let us know at time of booking.
    Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities. All rooms are on the ground floor though. Bluebell Barn is unsuitable for wheelchairs.
    Too much Gravel.

    From Diss:
    Take the B1077 / Denmark Street towards Attleborough. Go
    through the villages of Shelfanger and Winfarthing. Upon leaving
    Winfarthing go past open fields. Take the second turning on the right by the white railings signposted Tibenham (Signposted left to Heath Road). Drive for 0.4 mile and turn left into our drive. Bluebell Barn is directly in front of you.

    From Norwich:
    Over Attleborough roundabout. 0.9 miles turn left,(Shropham, Eccles and Quidenham). Turn left (Quidenham / Eccles).

    From Thetford on the A11:
    Turnoff 0.9 miles past Snetterton, turn left, (Quidenham / Eccles). Go straight for 2.9miles through Hargham and over the railway crossing into Old Buckenham. A further 0.5miles past the green turn right onto the B1077 (Diss/Winfarthing). 1.6miles to crossroads. Go straight on 1.1 miles and turn left into Long Lane (signed Tibenham)
    0.4 turn left./

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