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Barnham Broom Hotel, Golf & Spa£64Barnham Broom Hotel, Golf & Spa£64
Welcoming so many visitors each year, it's no surprise that Norfolk is home to an impressive range of exquisite hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs. From the pristine Blue Flag beaches of the north to the rural backwaters of the Norfolk Broads, every corner of this special county is blessed with first-rate accommodation. For a memorable holiday in this eastern part of England, check into one of Norfolk's many independent hotels.
One of the real benefits of staying at an independent hotel is the outstanding level of service you can expect. With no large brand name to fall back on, each independent hotel is entirely responsible for its own reputation. From intimate B&Bs to grand country mansions, this means you can expect to have your individual needs looked after by your hosts. In addition to pleasantries, guests can enjoy advice on what to see and do in the area and even help with booking tickets to local attractions.
There may be a lot to see and do around Norfolk, but with facilities in some of the independent hotels, some guests find it difficult to leave the grounds. The Barnham Broom Hotel is an excellent example of the kinds of luxurious facilities available at some independent hotels in Norfolk.
Within the colossal estate of Barmham Broom, guests will find a state of the art fitness centre, a golf course and a spa with all the extras you could possibly want. The spa offers a range of treatments which can be tailored to the needs of guests one an individual basis. So whether you're in the market for an indulgent manicure or an Indian head massage, the service is sure to leave you chuffed.
Norfolk's independent hotels put some stunning properties to good use. From historic Georgian townhouses to elegant rural mansions, there's all manner of charming properties awaiting you in the east.
The Old Rectory sets standards high, with its ivy covered walls and resplendent grounds. The Georgian property is packed with character, which is matched only by the professionalism of the owners. To top it all off, there's even a pretty outdoor pool.