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Our nearest town is Diss in Norfolk but it is getting such a pain to travel through and park we no longer go there. I knew the writing was on the wall when Costa Coffee and Greggs turned up. And if you want happy staff...More
What a fantastic place this is . I urge you to visit, support the shops and spend money here! I could hardly believe the range of shops in such a small place - useful shops, too, not just touristy gift shops! Places like this need...More
24 hour business visit which turned onto a real pleasure in this friendly little town. Great range of indy shops, tearooms and restaurants (I had tea at Yackety Yaks and dinner at JD Young's which were both excellent). Well worth a detour off the A143!
Harleston is a small market town with a big heart and worth spending a little time. The High Street harps back to a time pre out of town shopping nightmares or boring standard town selections. While small it is perfectly formed and you will almost...More
Taking a leisurely country run we arrived in Harleston at lunchtime and decided we would have a light lunch when we saw a free car park space right outside the front door of the J D Young Hotel.
The front was ordinary but belayed the...More
Our go to place for food and a wander. Great coffee shops, delicatessens, butchers and a market on Wednesday.
Free parking in the Budgens supermarket car park, plus a quick and easy supermarket to stock up on essentials if needed
Harleston has a country feel to it, meaning very friendly and nice little shops.
They have many events over the year there, such as Christmas Fayre and tractor days.
Lovely tea shops and cafe.
Visit for a old piece of England