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Scole Inn

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Visitors to the Scole Inn will be sharing in the company of both kings and thieves, as this 17th Century former coaching inn has provided lodgings for King Charles II and the highwayman John Belcher. With fantastic fireplaces and a staircase that was hand-carved in the 1600s, Scole Inn offers guests a choice of 24 en suite rooms, some with four poster beds and twelve of which have working open fireplaces. During your stay our staff will be attentive to any requests you may have, allowing you to simply relax, unwind and enjoy your break. Currently closed for renovation.
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Non-Smoking Hotel
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Non-Smoking Rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Visited today.... beautiful exterior, lovely building....but that is where it stops! No greeting on entering and the first thing you notice on entering the bar area is the very gaudy and brash interior design - large grey chandeliers, chairs covered in purple and grey crushed
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Stayed for one evening in this lovely coaching inn steeped in history , what a shame that someone has made the decision to refurb the interior in purple and silver complete with chrome bulldog ornaments in the bar, reminiscent of a 1980s night club, really? A great shame as the
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Stayed in Emma’s Room overnight , really comfortable four poster bed and a quiet night. Beautiful room , not sure I was visited by ‘Emma’ perhaps it’s my over active imagination or did I really feel a gentle patting as though being comforted in the night as I settled to sleep
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Lovely hotel and very nice food, but we stayed in the stables which was a big dark and draughty. Nice idea to have a private bit of garden. I would stay again but within the main building next time. Only one complaint our room door was left open with all our belongings including
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A lovely old coaching Inn we have not visited for a number of years. It was quite a shock to find that whilst the exterior is the same old building from the front at least, the interior has received a rather quirky, brash makeover by the new owners. Not at all suited to it or
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about 3 miles from diss bressingham hall and steam museum we'll worth a visit and the scole inn we was made very welcome we booked up for next year as well
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Is there a garden?
Hi, there's not so much of a garden but there are fields at the back where the stables are.
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Have the rooms got tv's and dvd players in?!
I can't answer for all of the rooms but ours had a tv. Not sure about a dvd player. We stayed in the John Peck room and it was beautiful. Best thing is to ring them and ask. They are very friendly.
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"A room in the main building, on the higher floors was very very hot apparently. Stable room was perfect temperature"
"quieter rooms are in the stable blocks at the back of the hotel."
"Rooms were quiet. We had a superior double and it needed a good clean."
"Book a room in the main building"
"Coach house is good as freedom to come home late and not worry about hotel closing doors"
US$70 - US$88 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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