Good Hotel Guide Review
Heed the call of adventure at Julian and Carolyn Godlee’s characterful B&B and restaurant in a 19th-century grinding mill on the north Norfolk coast. Fortune favours the brave: expansive views of the salt marshes and the sea can be enjoyed throughout, but the most inspiring vistas are found from the top-floor Wheel Room, accessed via a ladder. Here, the climb is rewarded with a different panorama from each of the room’s four windows. Scared of heights? Tuck yourself in to the library in the circular sitting room at the base of the mill. A country aesthetic adorns the bedrooms (upstairs and in converted outbuildings). In the evening, chefs Emma Pegden and Jimmi Cubitt serve a daily-changing menu at the candlelit communal dinner. The mill stands next to a bird sanctuary; regular birdwatching events are organised. Sitting room, restaurant (open to non-residents). ¼-acre garden. Free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview). Background music. Civil wedding licence. Children (in some rooms; early supper by arrangement) welcomed. 9 bedrooms (3 in converted boathouse and granary). B&B £159–£199. Set menu £32.50. 2-night min. stay on Fri and Sat nights.
Winter Savings Special Offer
Cley Windmill has some fabulously tempting winter offers: For selected rooms on the few remaining dates in Nov & Dec, and for dates in Jan, Feb and early March: Double Room – B&B (full English): From £119 (savings of up to 34%). And book for dinner as well, at just £25 per head (meal only) instead of the usual £32.50. Prices subject to availability. Please mention the Good Hotel Guide when booking.