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Fritton House Hotel

Listed under Best Hotels in East Anglia, United Kingdom.

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The Hotel Guru Review: On the edge of a country park centred on beautiful Fritton Lake, this 15th-century former smugglers' inn is run on delightfully informal lines by Hugh Crossley and his team: ring for anything from your room - tea, a mojito, even dinner - and it shall be brought. The nine bedrooms are coolly comfortable with splashes of colour. Downstairs you'll find a cosy sitting room and lively bar and restaurant.

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