Best romantic hotels in Norfolk
Congham Hall - 'Sleep Soundly Package' Special Offer
Renowned for its herb garden, with some 400 varieties, this Georgian merchant's manor house is set in 30 acres of Norfolk parkland.
'One of the quirkiest, most characterful B&Bs', this five-storey, 19th-century tower mill is set ‘in an idyllic spot’, amid reed beds on the former quayside of the River Glaven.
The Gunton Arms
‘A fun take on a gallery crossed with an old boozer, and a good-value one at that’, this former steward’s house in a 1,000-acre deer park is an ‘anything-but-traditional’ pub-with-rooms, say inspectors.
The Dial House
Highly idiosyncratic and seriously fun, Hannah Springham and Andrew Jones’s hotel features bedrooms themed on the Georgian Grand Tour and Victorian global gallivanting.
In a swath of green countryside, Pip and Jonathan Barber’s chic B&B looks over the village towards the Norfolk coast.
The Assembly House
At this Grade I listed Georgian House of Assemblies, where glamorous event spaces drip with chandeliers, you’ll find a restaurant, cookery school, and 15 spacious bedrooms, styled with pizzazz and a sense of fun, several with their own garden or lounge.
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