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A night at The Pigs…

Just ten minutes shy of the charming town of Holt in Norfolk, you will find The Pigs, Edgefield, offering comforting local food and luxury accommodation – with a twist! This 17th Century country pub is full of charm and character and is … →

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A Lakeside Delight – The Fritton Arms, Norfolk

On the banks of Fritton Lake as part of the impressive 5000-acre Somerleyton Estate, it is hard to miss the impressive mustard yellow façade of The Fritton Arms, dating back to the 16th century. Re-opened in 2014 by Hugh Crossley, … →

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The Swan, Southwold

Southwold is one of the Suffolk coast’s much-loved seaside getaways. Perched on the east coast of England, this charming town welcomes visitors with its own working lighthouse, a sandy beach and not forgetting the ever so ‘modest’ beach huts, including … →

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Dingle Marsh Barns, Dunwich

Dingle Marsh Barns provide three self-catering holiday cottages. You will find them located on the edge of the picturesque village of Dunwich, surrounded by forest and heath on one side, and salt marshes and the sea on the other with … →

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A Potters Party

Bounce Magazine were excited to be invited to one of the All Inclusive Party Weekends at Potters Resort in Hopton… On a bright summers day we were grateful to be heading towards the coast of Hopton near Gt Yarmouth. As … →

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Blown Away by The Brudenell…

The award winning four-star hotel ‘The Brudenell’ is located on the Suffolk Coast, incorporating a classic Seafood Restaurant, in the beautiful town of Aldeburgh in Suffolk. Aldeburgh really is a charming little town full of everything that a British seaside holiday … →

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A hall of history…

Deemed as one of the most historic country houses in Suffolk, Ravenwood Hall can trace its roots back to the reign of King Henry VIII. It stands in seven acres of grounds a short drive from the A14 and is … →

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Down by The Pier in Harwich

The Pier in Harwich, which overlooks the town’s original Ha’penny Pier, was built in the mid 19th century to accommodate passengers embarking on steamers and packet ships to the Continent. There are fine views across the harbour to the confluence … →

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The Great House, Lavenham

Picturesque Lavenham is best known for its pretty, half-timbered mediaeval Cottages and a 15th century church. Sitting proudly in the Market Square you will find ‘The Great House’.  It’s been called ‘one of the best restaurants in England’ by The Sunday … →

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The Northgate, Bury St Edmunds…

The Northgate, is a stylish new ‘house’ in the heart of Bury St Edmunds, which offers an informal, relaxed space to eat, drink and stay. Editor, Rachel Ducker, was kindly invited along to see what the Northgate had to offer… … →

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