Attleborough NR17 2AS
Newly refurbished with comfortable double bed. Full length wall mirror, bedside cabinets and wardrobe. Sleeping arrangement can be done in the following formats
1 x Double Bed
2 x Double Beds
2 x Double Beds plus 2 Singles
1 x Double Bed Plus 2 Singles
Please tell us your requirements when booking.
Newly refurbished dining room and lounge featuring leather sofa bed, Large LCD TV Dining table and four chairs. New leather luxury sofa that coverts into a very comfortable double bed.
The Lodge Bed and Breakfast is situated in the heart of the town of Attleborough opposite the Mulberry Hotel Pub and restaurant. We are within easy walking distance of all the town's amenities but also in a quiet location, perfect for a peaceful stay.
We offer luxury self contained bed & breakfast which benefits from its own courtyard garden. Bedroom with double bed. kitchen. Lounge/Diner: Large open space which benefits from Corner Sofa Bed, Coffee table, large LCD TV, Dining Table and Chairs. Bathroom: Large double shower, Hand wash basin, toilet and heated towel rail.
A travel cot is available on request free of charge.
This accommodation has just recently benefitted from a full refurbishment.
The sofa converts into a double bed which makes the accomodation very flexible. Perfect for families with children, and even two couples - Why pay for two hotel rooms when we can provide comfortable accomodation for the cost of one room?
Ideal for families or groups visiting in and around Attleborough or Snetterton.
Call 01953 457399 to book now.
We pride ourselves on offering the best value for money bed and breakfast in Attleborough.
A popular theory of the town's origin makes it a foundation of an Atlinge, and certainly burgh (or burh) indicates that it was fortified at an early date. According to the mid-twelfth-century hagiographer of Saint Edmund, Galfridus de Fontibus, Athla was the founder of the Ancient and royal town of Attleborough in Norfolk. In the Domesday survey launched in 1085 it is referred to as Attleburc.
After the Danes swept across Norfolk and seized Thetford, it is believed that the Saxons rallied their forces at Attleborough and probably threw up some form of protection. Although the Saxons put up a vigorous resistance, they eventually capitulated to the Danes and during the time of Edward the Confessor, powerful Danish families like Toradre and Turkill rules local manors. If local records are correct, nothing but disaster was brought to Attleborough by the Danes, and it took the coming of William the Conqueror to restore some sense of well-being to the area.
Secure parking for cars and motorcycles
Book Now 01953 457 399 Or 07956 126 456
Bedding arrnaged to your needs.