Good Hotel Guide Review
‘The most welcoming staff make this a pleasant stop.’ Tim and Janie Elwes’s ‘enjoyable’ inn stands in ‘a beautifully rural setting’ not far from the north Norfolk coast. The ivy-covered 19th-century building was designed to mimic a Tuscan farmhouse; it has bright public spaces, cosy-making wood burners, and books and maps to browse. Simply and cheerily decorated, bedrooms have a well-supplied drinks tray, plus natural Norfolk toiletries; a family room comfortably accommodates four people. At mealtimes, plates of local produce – Brancaster-smoked salmon, Cromer crab, East Anglian cheeses – are ‘very well served’. Beaches, stately homes, and day boats along the River Bure are all within reach.
all year except 5 days over Christmas.
lounge, bar, restaurant, in-room TV (Freeview), courtyard, 1-acre garden, restaurant and bar wheelchair accessible, no adapted toilet.
in bar and dining rooms.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in bedrooms, back bar (booking required), not in restaurant.
per room B&B single £80, double £120. À la carte £36.