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Wonderful staff! The restaurant was unavailable for twl days for some reason.
Excellent stay. Good breakfast but a very poor evening meal: lamb mostly gristle and fat and the Dauphinoise not fully cooked. I was offered a replacement but declined. We were entertaining friends so the evening was spoiled Nobody came to see me to ascertain what I did not like. The young lad serving ...
Very comfortable stay in modern room in attractive hotel in middle of kings lynn. Good breakfast. Easy check in/out
Loved the sympathetic modern treatment of a beautiful old building. Was slightly less impressed with the staff who although very friendly and willing were not quite as attentive as they might be. This appears to be more a lack of training rather than any intentional mistake. Having said that we would ...
The bedroom suites are fabulous rooms with four poster beds and very large baths. Everything in the room was good and they even had a pod-coffee machine.
Attractive location, in a small village. The pub which was dog friendly, contained several small rooms in the grounds... there was adequate parking near most rooms. Accommodation consisted of average sized double room,which was starting to look a little tired. Bathroom had a powerful shower but again ...
The room was very spacious and the bed was extremely comfortable. What really made the stay was the staff - I was unable to book a taxi to a wedding and one of the receptionists, Corina, offered to take me to the venue. What superb customer service and I can't thank her enough!
We have stayed in The Feathers before and had no problems, however, this time we had room 4, which is a small room overlooking the roof of the restaurant. Firstly, the night time temperatures were very warm and muggy, even with the window wide open, it was nearly impossible to sleep. As there is ...
Staff were all very courteous, approachable and willing to help. Our special thanks to the restaurant staff, both for breakfast and dinner. Rooms were generally OK but perhaps a little "tired" looking.
Lying in the far east of England, Norfolk offers holidaymakers the chance to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, and really unwind in a beautiful rural setting. In addition to ample natural beauty, the county also offers a whole host of attractions, suiting just about every budget and taste. When it comes to premium quality hotels in Norfolk, visitors are in luck, with so many four-star choice to pick from.
Spas are the height of luxury. With a wide range of beauty treatments and relaxing therapies, there's little incentive for guests to leave the hotel grounds!
Dunston Hall is a unique period property set in idyllic grounds and with a long list of facilities. Undoubtedly the stand-out feature, though, of this idiosyncratic hotel is its fully-featured spa. The recently refurbished spa now offers just about everything, from holistic therapies to classic massage treatments. There's also an exquisite restaurant and PGA rated golf course on the site.
Any county with such an abundance of natural beauty is guaranteed to have a lively golfing scene, and Norfolk certainly doesn't disappoint. From rural courses to first-rate links on the north coast, this eastern county has it all. If you'd prefer the opportunity to get to know one course during your stay, there are plenty of hotels which feature their own greens.
Barnham Broom Hotel boasts its own golf course, complete with driving range and putting green. There's even a spa at the hotel, perfect for relaxing the body after a challenging day out on the fairway.
One of the country's highlights is certainly its coastline. From pristine sun-bathing beaches to exciting rock pools, the north coast of Norfolk has it all.
The Best Western Arms Le Strange Hotel enjoys a spectacular coastal location in the purpose built resort town of Hunstanton. This north coast gem is well known for being one of only a few parts of Norfolk that faces west, allowing for superb sunsets over the sea. This exquisite hotel is just minutes from the beach, and offers easy access to some of the county's finest golf courses.
When you're booking into a four-star hotel in Norfolk, relaxation is likely to be high up on the agenda, but that doesn't mean you have to miss out on the vibrant city of Norwich. This historic city is packed with fine hotels, many of them welcoming bed and breakfasts.
The Mercure Norwich Hotel boasts a spectacular location on the edge of Norwich, with all the city's foremost attractions within easy reach. Highlights include Dragon Hall, Cow Tower and the city's famous castle. Of course, there's plenty of shopping and some excellent restaurants in the centre, too. The hotel itself boasts a sumptuous indoor pool and a state of the art health club.
Those keen to get right into the centre can check in to the Maids Head Hotel, which is just minutes away from the gorgeous cathedral. The four-star hotel also boasts a generous amount of conference space, perfect for corporate events.