United Kingdom, Harleston, IP20 9AD,
2-4 Market Place, Harleston
from 14:00 to 23:00
from 08:00 to 11:00
Euro/Mastercard, Maestro, Solo, Switch, Visa
The restaurant has a warm and tranquil atmosphere with friendly and professional staff. The restaurant is great for a hearty breakfast, lunch, high tea or evening meal. Alternatively, you can just enjoy a rich Italian coffee by the roaring fire. The restaurant uses the best quality handpicked seasonal vegetables from local producers wherever possible. All dietary requirements are catered for in the à la carte menus, with dishes suitable for diabetic, or vegetarian diners, as well as gluten-free options. The menus changes seasonally and there is also an extensive and imaginative bar menu which changes daily. The very large modern bar area is situated at the front of the hotel. This area has been refurbished to a very high standard of style and comfort. The bar offers a range of local ales, premium lagers and a fine selection of wines by the glass or bottle. Light snacks, lunches and evening meals are served in the bar area, throughout the day, from 10:00 to 22:00. There is also an excellent value-for-money senior citizens menu for older guests. You can also catch up with the latest sporting events on the bar?s wide-screen plasma TVs.
The JD Young Hotel is situated next to the market square in the centre of Harleston. Harleston is a quaint, traditional market town located in the heart of East Anglia. Mentioned in the Doomsday Book, it is a town full of historic and traditional buildings with a market every Wednesday. Harleston has good access to the A140, the A143 and the whole of the region?s major road network. The town is close to the main routes between Ipswich and Norwich, as well as Bury St. Edmunds and Great Yarmouth. The town lies close to the River Waveney, and the local area boasts several lakes where a fishing enthusiast can be sure of a good day out. The lakes are also great for sailing or windsurfing, if those activities are more to your taste. The area also provides many good walks and the Angles Way runs through Harleston, on its way to Bungay and the coast. The hotel is a great base from which to reach many of East Anglia?s attractions. Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft are a 40-minute drive away and Norwich, with its fine historic buildings and castle, is only 25 minutes? drive to the north. Harleston is also within easy reach of the Broads and the North Norfolk coast. There are also several golf clubs in the area, the nearest of which is Bungay Golf Club, 8 miles (13 km) from the hotel. This is an in-land heath land course with 18 holes. Diss Golf Club is 9 miles (14.5 km) away and is an 18-hole golf course. Beccles Golf Club is 12 miles away and is a 9-hole course on common land, offering visitors facilities on a pay-and-play basis.
In the market town of Harleston, in the idyllic surroundings of the Norfolk and Suffolk borders, this 15th century coaching inn offers comfortable, modern en suite accommodation. Steeped in history, the hotel was restored in 1999 to a very high standard. All rooms are attractively decorated, well equipped and en suite, with an ambience of comfort and relaxation. Each attractive room is individually decorated and furnished, with its own unique charm and atmosphere. Breakfast is included in all of the room rates. The cosy restaurant has a real fire and offers freshly prepared meals made using locally sourced seasonal produce whenever possible. The menus changes seasonally to reflect the finest ingredients available locally and there is also an extensive and imaginative bar menu that changes daily. The traditional bar offers a range of authentic local ales, premium lagers and a fine selection of wines by the glass or bottle.
All rooms have a double bed, and can be used for either double or single occupancy. Each room has extra telephone and power points for use with laptop computers.
Harleston is only 2 hours from London. By Car (from the A14, heading west towards Ipswich): - A few miles past Stowmarket on the A14, there is a junction for the A140. - Take the A140 towards Norwich. - After about 13 miles (21 km) you will come to a roundabout at Scole; take the 3rd exit (right) onto the A143 towards Bungay, Beccles and Lowestoft. - After about 6 miles (10 km) on the A143, you will come to a small roundabout, take the 1st exit (left), which will lead you up a hill and into Harleston. - Follow this road through into Harleston, where you will come to the marketplace. - The JD Young Hotel overlooks the marketplace and is easy to locate. Parking: Parking can be found towards the rear of the hotel, along with the hotel's reception. By Train: The nearest train station is at Diss. Trains run regularly between Diss and London Liverpool Street, and between Diss and Norwich, with trains leaving every half hour. Taxis are readily available from just outside the station.
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