Good Hotel Guide Review
In ‘a beautifully rural setting’, the north Norfolk countryside stretches away on all sides from Tim and Janie Elwes’s ivy-covered Georgian inn. The Elweses have recently refurbished the house (designed in 1806 to mimic a Tuscan farmhouse) from top to bottom. Bright public spaces, decorated in earthy tones, have a zingy feel; wood-burners keep the place as cosy as ever. The bedrooms are cheery, with splashes of colour amid simple, country furnishings. In the restaurant, Norfolk plates include local North Sea mussels, Brancaster smoked salmon, Cromer crab or beetroot and parsnip hash cakes with poached egg and watercress. The comfy first-floor sitting area has books and maps about the area, perfect for planning jaunts to the Broads or the coast.
all year, except 5 days over Christmas.
lounge, bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, 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, not in restaurant.
per room B&B single £75, double £110–£120, D,B&B £175. À la carte £36.