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Cheap Hotels in Diss

Dickleburgh Crown Hotel

The Street, Dickleburgh
3.5 Miles from the centre
per night from £60
(price for Tue, 30 Jul)

Hazel Barn B&B Hotel

96
11 reviews by TrustYou
Lodge Lane, Bressingham
2.1 Miles from the centre
per night from £70
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Bay Tree B&B Hotel

3 Pine Court, Shelfanger Road
0.1 Miles from the centre
per night from £75
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Grove Flock Farm Hotel

98
38 reviews by TrustYou
The Common, Botesdale
5.1 Miles from the centre
per night from £75
(price for Tue, 30 Jul)

Half Moon Inn Hotel

Rushall, The Street
per night from £85
(price for Tue, 30 Jul)

The Bell Inn Hotel

87
140 reviews by TrustYou
Rickinghall
5.1 Miles from the centre
per night from £89
(price for Tue, 30 Jul)

Hotels in Diss

Diss is the gateway to the Waveney Valley, a thriving market town in a peaceful setting that's ideal for anyone who wants to escape the fast-paced life of the city. There's plenty going on in the area to interest walkers, wildlife enthusiasts, history buffs and visitors who enjoy staying active.

History, art and culture

The award-winning Diss Museum on Market Hill is the best place to learn about the history of the town. Displays are changed frequently, and presentations and tours are held regularly. Set to the east of Diss near Thorpe Abbotts is The 100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum. It is housed in an original airfield control tower and tells the story of a group of American pilots who came to Norfolk during the Second World War.

Corn Hall is the town's arts venue and hosts a varied programme of events – everything from comedy nights and theatre productions to film evenings and workshops.

Local attractions

Nearby Bressingham Gardens has something to appeal to everyone. There are four gardens and 8,000 species of plants, working steam trains, woodland walks and a Dad's Army exhibition which includes props from the hit television show.

Get close to some woolly local residents at Woodbine Farm Alpacas, or allow any youngsters to let off some steam at the exciting Monsters Ltd soft play area.

Shopping

You'll find a wide selection of national and independent stores in the centre of Diss. The Four Courtyards area is filled with boutiques and specialist shops, and Mere Street is considered the town's main shopping area. At Market Place you'll be able to find a great selection of stalls during the general market each Friday, and the farmers' market held on the second Saturday of every month.

Staying active

Take a walk through the town's streets to get some fresh air and admire plenty of examples of impressive Georgian architecture, or head to Diss Swim and Fitness Centre for more vigorous exercise. The site houses a 25-metre pool, gym, sauna and spa.

The town's park next to Diss Mere is a lovely place to stroll and enjoy the scenery, while more serious walkers can lace up their boots and attempt the Boudicca Way route, which runs for about 36 miles between Diss and Norwich. Keen golfers can practice their swing during a visit to Diss Golf Club.

Around and about

The country of Norfolk has much to offer keen walkers and nature lovers, with plenty of coastal paths and reserves to visit. The Suffolk Coast Nature Reserve and Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty lie less than an hour's drive from Diss and are excellent spots for bird watching and walking.

Just 30 minutes to the north of Diss is the city of Norwich, home to the UK's largest Monday to Saturday open-air market, which has been running at its current site for more than 900 years. Visit Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery, spend time admiring the city's Romanesque cathedral and learn all about printing and binding at the John Jarrold Printing Museum.

Dining out

We have a range of Diss hotels available to book through the website, all close to a variety of quality dining options. Amandines Café Restaurant offers a fantastic choice of vegetarian and vegan food, while The Fayre View Restaurant is known for its fine dining and superb wine list.

Saracens Head Inn, housed in a Grade II listed building in the heart of Diss, has an imaginative menu covering modern British and international cuisine. For a traditional pub setting and excellent traditional and modern European cuisine, be sure to consider making the trip to The Fox and Goose at Fressingfield.

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