5. 1, suitable for disabled, on ground floor.
small sitting room, breakfast room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), small garden.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in bedrooms, not in dining room.
 per room B&B £125–£185.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Part of the new wave of ‘boutique B&Bs’, this refurbished Victorian villa stands on a ‘quiet, attractive street’, with a ‘friendly welcome’ and a platter of cream scones within. ‘What a treat to have that delicious, and complimentary, afternoon tea.’ Decorated in a ‘bold, contemporary style’, it is owned by Jeanne Whittome, who runs an upmarket café/deli in neighbouring Thornham. Sophisticated bedrooms – one with a bath in the room, the best with a private balcony – are supplied with Fairtrade coffee, tea and biscuits. ‘Our immaculate, well-designed bedroom was a pleasure. The six-foot bed had good-quality linen; the wet room, stocked with soft towels, was a pleasant surprise.’ In the quirky dining room (metallic walls; scuffed, orange-topped tables), ‘generous breakfasts’ are ‘well cooked, with plenty of choice’: freshly baked pastries, home-made granola, local meats. Lighter options (smoked salmon bagels, jammy croissants) may be taken in the room. The public areas may be snug, but the spread of the north Norfolk coast awaits – and B&B residents receive a discount on gourmet picnic hampers from the deli. (Stephen and Jane Marshall)