Diss By Verve | Stag





The imposing Grade I Listed Diss By Verve was built in 1655 as a coaching inn, originally named The White Hart, for horse drawn carriages, welcoming up to forty coaches a day in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Charles II ‘Broke his Fast’ at the hotel, Lord Nelson slept here, and highwayman John Belcher is said to have ridden his horse up the stairs to evade the law.  Later changing it's name to the Scole Inn which it was known for many, many years it has now been renamed Diss By Verve celebrating its new found glory with a full refurbishment.

The bedrooms are either in the main building with original fireplaces, some with four poster beds, or across the courtyard in the restored Georgian stables known as the Coach house. There is a fine bar with two magnificent fireplaces, reputedly the largest in East Anglia, and an excellent restaurant.



Situated two miles from the historic market town of Diss, which is centrally located between Norwich and Ipswich on the Norfolk and Suffolk border, and only a 25-minute drive to Bury St Edmunds. 
Diss By Verve is close to so many attractions including the award–winning Suffolk Heritage Coast and the Norfolk Broads as well as Banham Zoo, Bressingham Steam Museum and 100th Bomb Group Museum.

The fine city of Norwich, Britain’s most complete medieval city, is a short journey and boasts highly rated shopping along with top-class museums, galleries and theatres.

With our warm and friendly environment, we aim to create ‘a home from home’ feel that has helped make the hotel a popular place to stay in Norfolk.  Whether you are on business travel or on a relaxing break, The Diss By Verve team are always on hand to give you a personal welcome to ensure every aspect of your stay exceeds your expectations and to discuss any requirements you may have. The hotel is informal yet professional, so unwind, relax and enjoy your stay.

Diss By Verve | Stags Restaurant