Good Hotel Guide Review
From lively quiz nights and Friday-evening cricket matches, to relaxing in the garden and board games by the inglenook fireplace, this 17th-century inn facing on the edge of the village common has all the traits of a buzzy local landmark. It is owned and run by Norfolk-bred Amelia Nicholson and Marcus Seaman, who restored the old pub and extended it to include stylish modern bedrooms in converted barns, set in a spread of lawns and landscaped gardens. Served across a series of dining areas, the pub menu lists English favourites tweaked with French techniques (perhaps pheasant breast, roast cauliflower, chorizo fricassee). Nature trails, country estates and the north Norfolk heritage coastline are within easy reach.
6. All on ground floor in converted barns, 1 suitable for disabled.
all year. Please see hotel’s website for Christmas & New Year opening and food service times.
bar, snug, restaurant, garden room, in-room TV (Freeview), 2-acre garden, croquet lawn.
none, except for live music events.
all ages welcomed.
welcomed in 2 bedrooms, bar, snug, garden.
per room B&B £132–£199. À la carte £30 - £35.