Hotels in Diss

The Park Hotel
29 Denmark Street

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A beautifully restored East Anglian Hotel located near to the town centre, The Park Hotel boasts a fine restaurant, bar, lounge area and meeting rooms. All 19 rooms are en-suite, non smoking and with flatscreen colour TV's with freeview, hairdryers, ironing facilities and hospitality trays.

Our menus are created by our team of chefs and are changed frequently to reflect our passion for quality food for fine dining.We also cater for weddings, parties and formal dinners. The emphasis of the Park Hotel is to provide a professional and friendly service to the town, community and visitors.

The hotel is adjacent to grassy slopes which run down to the famous Mere of Diss, said to one of the deepest lakes in England. Diss is a thriving market town,combining historic architecture with modern living. It is centrally located in the beautiful East Anglian countryside, the gateway to the Waveney Valley, situated between Norwich Bury St. Edmunds and Ipswich.This makes it an ideal base for exploring the many attractions in the region. Also included if you stay at the Park Hotel is free admission to the local leisure centre. We are proud to have been selected for the local food and drink guide, which supports the compliments from our many happy visitors.

£85.00 king-size room for 2 people bed and breakfast

Deluxe Double £110.00 2 people bed & breakfast

Family room from £90.00 bed & breakfast

Single from £60.00

Hope cottage from £120.00

Pine cottage from £100.00


Number of Rooms: 19
Number Ensuite: 19

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