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  1. The Bell Hotel

    The Bell Hotel

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    This is the top rated 3-star hotel in Clare

    Clare, 0.1 km to City centre

    Very good – 81 / 100 (205 reviews)

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    White Hart

    Sudbury, 0.1 km to Clare

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  3. Ship Stores

    Ship Stores

    B&B

    Clare, 0.4 km to City centre

    Excellent – 87 / 100 (107 reviews)

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  4. Pickwick House

    Pickwick House

    B&B

    Sudbury, 3.3 km to Clare

    No rating available

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  5. The Olde Bull

    The Olde Bull

    B&B

    Sudbury, 3.5 km to Clare

    Good – 78 / 100 (120 reviews)

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    Five Bells

    Sudbury, 3.7 km to Clare

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  • Hotel The Bell Hotel Clare
    The Bell Hotel Hotel is a Tudor coaching inn located in the heart of picturesque Clare, one of Suffolk’s historic wool towns. Cambridge is less than an hour away by car. The hotel’s fifteen rooms, divided between the historic main building and converted stables, all feature en-suite facilities, a television and Wi-Fi access. For added luxury, guests can choose the Four Poster room. The Bell Hotel Hotel’s 40-seater function room is ideal for meetings and parties. Other on-site amenities include a car park and a games room with a pool table. Breakfast is available and features a Full English as well as lighter options such as cereal. Lunch and dinner menus are also served – popular choices include House Cured Salmon and Braised Lamb Shank. Nearby Clare Castle Country Park is a beautiful place to enjoy a walk and a picnic. Sudbury, a 22-minute drive, offers shops and train links to London.
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  • Hotel Ship Stores Clare
    Ship Stores Guest House is a 17th Century timber framed listed building that was originally three cottages. Later an external staircase led to drinking rooms, above which were used by local sheep farmers. It is believed the name ship is a corruption of sheep.It has also been a village store for at least the last century. In the early 1970s the accommodation was converted to provide Bed and Breakfast rooms.There are seven rooms, all en-suite, available as doubles, twins or singles and family rooms.
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