Good Hotel Guide Review
On a 2,000-acre estate of woods and parkland, this traditional hotel is a tranquil country retreat. Most of the classically styled bedrooms (some dog friendly) are on the ground floor; interconnecting rooms are ideal for a family or a group. A coffee machine and spoiling toiletries come as standard; bathrobes and slippers, too, in superior rooms. Take tea on the lawn on a fine day; at lunch and dinner, sample local and estate-grown produce in the restaurant or orangery, perhaps an oxtail ravioli or a beetroot and roasted vegetable Wellington. A varied breakfast (home-made granola, omelettes, Cley smoked kipper, etc) provides ample fuel for discovering north Norfolk’s coastal walks and nature reserves.
32. 24 on ground floor, 1 suitable for disabled.
bar/lounge, restaurant, orangery, private dining room, in-room TV, civil wedding licence, terrace, 2½-acre garden, public rooms wheelchair accessible.
in public areas.
all ages welcomed.
welcomed in 4 bedrooms, bar, orangery, not in restaurant.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B single £130–£190, double £190–£250, D,B&B £245–£305. À la carte £35. 2-night min. stay at weekends July–Aug, bank holidays.