We have full changing facilities and shower rooms available right next to the pool and the pool also benefits from staircase steps allowing everyone to access it safely.
There is a shallow pool at just under 0.5 metres deep for babies and youngsters, connected to the main pool which is between 1.1m to 2m deep.
The pool has no designated closing time and is available for use all year round.
Our Snooker Room is for adult use only, offering the opportunity to relax and enjoy a game away from the children. The table is full size with overhead lights and is well maintained.
The library is well stocked with a wide range of books which can be borrowed and removed from the library at any time - we only ask that they are returned to the appropriate place before the end of your stay. We are sure to have something to interest you as we have books suitable for all ages and tastes.
The games room is a cosy 17th Century barn with gas heating and wood burning stove in the inglenook. Sofa and easy chairs are provided to relax in.
There is a table tennis table and pool table. Bats, balls and cues are provided.
A wide range of board games, toys, play sets and activities for younger children means there is something for everyone, and a piano and CD player completes the line up!
The Barn is also a perfect venue to host functions or parties and outside catering can be organised on request. Can accommodate up to 100 standing or 50 seated.
We have a range of cycles suitable for all sizes to borrow and the quiet country lanes around Wortham are perfect for cycling. Diss has several recommended circular cycle routes which take in many of the local historic landmarks, museums, world war II airfield sites, pubs and nature reserves and more information can be found on the South Norfolk Council website.
For real enthusiasts, slightly further afield, Thetford Forest offers some excellent mountain biking and cycling trails and is just a 25 minute car ride away.
Kate Hodgson offers a range of services from massage to manicures.
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