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The Oaksmere Hotel

Eye, Suffolk, England

The Oaksmere Hotel in Eye, Suffolk, England
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About The Oaksmere Hotel

Located in Brome near Dis on the Norfolk-Suffolk border, The Oaksmere sits within 17 acres of scenic grounds and offers free on-site parking. Each room features a Hypnos bed, Nespresso coffee machine and a large Sky HD TV. Luxury Elemis toiletries and towels are provided with the private bathrooms. The Oaksmere restaurant serves a variety of freshly prepared meals made from seasonal ingredients. Diners can also enjoy their food on the property’s impressive terrace and have pre-drinks overlooking the extensive grounds. The city of Norwich and the Norfolk Broads can both be reached in less than an hour’s drive and offer a wealth of activities.


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