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All Seasons Lodge Hotel
Address: 55-56 Clarence Road, Gorleston, Great Yarmouth
Zip Code: NR31 6DR
City: Norfolk
Country: UK
Tel: +44 149 365 1111
Fax: +44 149 365 1111

The All Seasons Lodge Hotel is situated in a prime location only a
short walk from Gorleston's renowned, wide and gently shelving beach.
Our friendly hotel staff will do their utmost to ensure your stay with
us is both memorable and pleasant. We believe in providing that little
bit of extra service and quality that can make all the difference
during your stay whether it's business or pleasure. All rates include
FULL English Breakfast (served with tea, coffee, toast and a choice of
cereals) cooked with quality ingredients. Alternative breakfasts are
available e.g. vegetarian, kippers, etc., please advise when booking.
We also boast a fully licensed restaurant and bar. We have a wide
screen television in our fully stocked bar with Sky TV, whilst adjacent
to the bar room there is a pool table for your enjoyment. Our
restaurant serves excellent evening meals and pub lunches are also
available. All of our rooms are spacious, light and airy and have full
en-suite facilities including WC, sink and shower; baths are also
available if preferred. Most importantly, our rooms are exceptionally
clean and spacious. We are proud to have been awarded an RAC 4 Diamond

We do not accept single sex group bookings (Stag parties, hen nights,

"Many of our customers come back time and time again so why not stay
with us and see what you're missing!"

Gorleston is about 3 miles from it's louder brother Great Yarmouth,
but not too far away to sample its nightlife should you feel the need.
The maritime town of Lowestoft is within easy reach, as are the ruins
of a Roman fort at Burgh Castle. There is a music hall within a short
walking distance from the hotel as well as a nightclub for the young at
heart. The pace of life in Gorleston is much gentler than that of Great
Yarmouth so those looking for a room directly above a nightclub should
look elsewhere. The world famous Norfolk Broads are close by as is the
beautifully clean cathedral city of Norwich. In summary, Gorleston is
an excellent choice to base your stay in this area.

For winding down at the end of a perfect day, why not have a drink with
us in our friendly bar. We offer a full range of spirits, wine, bottled
and draught beers and of course fruit juice. Should you have any energy
left then you could always try our pool table or you could just sit and
relax, soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the good company.

Breakfast, Lunch and Evening Meals are served in our light, spacious
restaurant and all food is cooked using only quality ingredients.

All of our spacious rooms are available with full tea / coffee making
facilities and colour TV. Combine that with full on-suite facilities
and you will understand why we feel that we are a cut above your
average hotel. We pride ourselves on the cleanliness of our rooms and
we feel sure that you will not be disappointed. Beds can be added to
all rooms to facilitate children. For the romantic among you, our
Honeymoon Suite has a full four poster bed and an en-suite Jacuzzi
bath. Many rooms have adjoining smaller rooms for children; please ask
for details when you book.


The Manor Hotel
Address: The Quay, Blakeney, Near Holt
Zip Code: NR25 7ND
City: Norfolk
Country: UK
Tel: +44 126 374 0376
Fax: +44 126 374 1116

Uniquely situated between National Trust Friary Hills, coastal paths
and Blakeney quayside, the Manor Hotel provides an ideal base from
which to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the North Norfolk coast.
The bedrooms, located in courtyards adjacent to the 17thC manor house,
were converted from it's original flint face barns. Close attention has
been paid to the colourful walled gardens where a 400-year-old
mulberry tree vies for top billing with 500 rose bushes and a well
stocked orchard. Spacious lounges and public rooms offer guests a
choice of dining options from informal bar meals to a choice from the
extensive restaurant a la carte menu.

37 en suite Bedrooms all with TV, direct-dial telephone and
tea/coffee making facilities
4 Poster bed available
Fully licensed bar
Ample car parking available
Dogs welcome

We regret that the Manor Hotel facilities are not suitable for Children
under 14yrs.

The Restaurant offers a fixed price Table d'Hote menu (changed weekly
and included with 'Blakeney Breaks'), supplemented by our daily
'specials' selection.

Alternatively we have a range of bar meals available, also supplemented
by the daily 'specials'.

Bar meals are available from 12:00pm to 2:00pm and from 7:00pm to
9:00pm. The restaurant is open from 7:00pm to 9:00pm evenings only.

Non-residents are very welcome in the bar and restaurant.


Broom Hall Country Hotel
Address: Richmond Road, Saham Toney, Thetford
Zip Code: IP25 7EX
City: Norfolk
Country: UK
Tel: +44 195 388 2125)
Fax: +44 195 388 5325)

Broom Hall is a charming Victorian country house which was established
as a hotel in 1994 by the Rowling family who remain actively involved
in the day to day management. Approached by a winding driveway bordered
by mature lime trees the hotel offers peace and tranquility to all

Set in two acres of attractive English country garden which contains
mixed and herbaceous borders with a wide variety of mature trees and
overlooking 13 acres of parkland. Guests are invited to enjoy the array
of colours and fragrance, birds and wildlife, which are continually
changing throughout the year.

The large lounge has wonderful views of the garden and an open fire can
be enjoyed in the winter months. A feature of the public rooms are the
ornate cornice ceilings and unique marble fireplaces.

We operate a no smoking policy throughout the hotel, except in the Rose
Room Bar and Chestnut Function Room.

All fifteen en suite bedrooms are spacious and individually furnished
with most offering extensive views over the garden and surrounding

The newly refurbished Coach House provides five ground floor rooms,
including two which are purpose built for disabled guests. These rooms
have internal contact with the main hotel but external telephones are
not provided in any of the rooms as the noise disruption may spoil the
peace and tranquillity for yourselves and other guests.

A range of rooms are available including four poster and deluxe with
prices varying from œ85 to œ130 per night including full English
Breakfast. Single rooms are priced from œ50 to œ75 for Bed and
Breakfast. All rooms include tea and coffee making facilities,
comfortable chairs, remote control colour television and hair dryers.

Rooms with Facilities for Disabled Guests

Two rooms in the Coach House are purpose built for disabled guests.
These allow full wheelchair access with floor level showers in the en-
suite facilities. Please feel free to contact us to discuss any
specific needs that you may require.

The refurbished Swallowtails restaurant, which can seat up to 35,
enjoys pleasant views over the garden. The Table d'H“te menu comprises
modern and traditional home cooked food, all dishes being prepared by
head chef Lee Young and his team. They always include fresh vegetables
and all meats, game and poultry are reared and processed in Norfolk.
The selection of mouth watering home made desserts compliments your
leisurely evening meal and after dinner you can retire to the comfort
of the lounge or enjoy a night cap in the Rose Room bar. A three course
meal including coffee and home made truffle is from œ20.00, with
supplementary dishes always available.

Dinner is served between 7pm and 8.30pm Monday to Saturday and on
Sundays our traditional roast menu is available between 12noon and 2pm,
and for residents only between 7pm and 7.15pm.

Booking in advance is advisable.
Smoking is permitted in the Rose Room Bar only.

Bar Meals, Conservatory and Terrace
The Conservatory offers lovely views over the garden and the south
facing Terrace is ideal for summer use. Morning coffee, delicious home
made cream teas and cakes are served daily between 10am and 4.30pm.

Home made hot and cold bar meals are served from Monday to Saturday
12noon to 2pm and 6.30pm to 8.30pm in the Conservatory, Rose Room Bar
or Terrace. A wide choice is available including sandwiches, light
lunches and selections from the daily specials board and large bar menu
in the evenings.

Gardens and Grounds
Broom Hall is centrally situated and offers a peaceful location in 15
acres of gardens, lawns and parkland. The house and grounds have many
unique and unusual photographic opportunities, especially the gardens
with many colourful displays throughout the spring, summer and autumn.

You and your wedding guests will approach Broom Hall by a winding drive
way bordered by mature lime trees leading to the covered entrance
porch-way at the front of the Hall. Here you will be welcomed by one of
the owners and escorted to the reception area.

Licensed for Wedding Ceremonies
The lounge area is licensed for wedding ceremonies, which can
accommodate approximately 45 guests. The Chestnut Function Room can
also accommodate up to 45 guests for a seated wedding breakfast.

Marquee Receptions
A fully lined marquee can be situated close to the Hall allowing easy
access from the conservatory. Marquee functions are most suitable for
60 or more guests but can be provided to accommodate any number. There
is ample parking.

Menu Options
We pride ourselves in the flexibility of our wedding catering which is
designed to suit individual requirements. We have extensive menus and
most needs can be catered for. We are able to offer anything from
canap‚s, a hot or cold banquet menu, or a luxury finger buffet. A
buffet to suit your requirements can be provided for the evening

Rose Room Bar
The new bar is in a separate room adjacent to the lounge where direct
access to the garden is possible. The fire place provides a focal point
together with a collection of curios and antiques adorning the walls.

Swimming Pool
The heated indoor swimming pool complete with changing rooms, shower
and toilet facilities adjoins the hotel. Direct access to the south
facing Terrace is possible during the summer months, where you can
relax and enjoy the sunshine.

Meeting Rooms
The Chestnut Room can comfortably seat up to 35 delegates whilst the
lounge affords complete privacy thus allowing small meetings to be held
in a luxurious atmosphere. Refreshments and food can be arranged to
suit your requirements.

Function Room
This room caters for private parties, wedding receptions,
anniversaries, etc., where up to 45 guests can be seated. Larger
numbers can be accommodated on a buffet basis (see also information
under "Weddings").

There is no longer a snooker table available for guests use.


The Garden House Hotel
Address: Salhouse Road, Rackheath, Norwich
Zip Code: NR13 6AA
City: Norfolk
Country: UK
Tel: +44 160 372 0007
Fax: +44 160 372 0019

The Garden House is ideally situated for the historic City of Norwich,
the Norfolk Broads and the Coast. Set in idyllic gardens it offers Bed
& Breakfast accommodation with ample parking and a renowned restaurant.

There are double en suite & single bedrooms.
All rooms have televisions, tea and coffee facilities and
All rooms have use of a spacious lounge and bar.
A good breakfast menu.
Single rooms including breakfast available from œ30 per night inc
Long term business rates available at œ20 per night inc VAT
Double rooms including breakfast available from œ25 per person per
night inc VAT.
Special breaks incorporating bed, breakfast and dinner for 2
people for 2 days from œ165 inc VAT.


Vegetarian dishes always available
Renowned in Norwich and beyond for delicious fresh food
Uncompromising attitude to quality produce, leaning towards game
and shell fish, when in season, and fresh fish throughout the
Dinner is served in two dining rooms, one of which overlooks the
Wedding and any private or business function catered for, where
quality is paramount.
Restaurant open Tuesday to Friday and Sunday lunches, and Friday
and Saturday evenings


Green Farm Hotel and Restaurant
Address: Thorpe Market, Norwich
Zip Code: NR11 8TH
City: Norfolk
Country: UK
Tel: +44 126 383 3602
Fax: +44 126 383 3163

For the past twenty three years Philip & Dee Dee Lomax have been
extending a warm welcome to guests at Green Farm, who enjoy our
friendly relaxed atmosphere and the highest standard of hospitality.

Although in a tranquil backwater of North Norfolk, Green Farm is a
convenient base from which to dip into Norfolk's delights - whether you
fancy the glorious Norfolk Broads, the sumptuous National Trust Houses
of Blickling, Felbrig or the panoramic views and Rhododendrons of
Sheringham Park or slightly further a field the Sandringham Estate or
the fine historic city of Norwich. For more activity you may wish to
try sailing, cycling, bird watching or golf on one of five nearby 18
hole golf courses. Excellent fishing is available in numerous local
rivers and ponds. Enjoy the beautiful beaches and many footpaths and
bridleways; the Norfolk quiet lanes project can be joined from outside
the hotel.

This charming 16th century flint-faced Farmhouse Inn offers antique
style bedrooms all with en-suite facilities including some four
posters. In the converted dairy ground floor accommodation is ideal for
families and guests who find stairs a difficulty. All room's double and
twin some large enough to take an extra bed have en-suite facilities
fresh flowers and home-made chocolates to greet you on arrival.

Our kitchens are under the strict personal supervision of Philip Lomax
and our excellent head Chef Mr Daniel Gardiner ensuring the enviable
reputation for quality and presentation of the food served in the A La
Carte Restaurant and the Bar are maintained.

Penny our front of house manager or a member of staff is always on hand
to ensure your time spent at Green Farm is both memorable and

The Green Farm Hotel would make the perfect setting for your wedding
reception. Our large restaurant can seat over 100 people, the adjoining
bar is spacious but feels cosy with the roaring log fire and our
fourteen en suite bedrooms each have their own charm and character.
Book early for the four poster bedrooms!

"The Green Farm Hotel is the perfect setting for any function. Our
wedding was made even more perfect by the beautifully presented,
delicious food served by friendly and hard working staff. It was all we
wanted and more. We thank them for the best of attention and service
throughout the planning and reception. Our guests were all delighted
with the rooms and excellent restaurant at this wonderful venue."
Just one of the many letters received from customers who have stayed
with us.

Our philosophy is - Let the pleasure be yours, the organisation and
catering ours!


The Hoste Arms Manor
Address: Burnham Market, King's Lynn
Zip Code: PE31 8HD
City: Norfolk
Country: UK
Tel: +44 132 873 8777
Fax: +44 132 873 0103

The Hoste Arms Manor was originally the manor house of Burnham Westgate
built in 1550. The 1st records of it being an Inn/Hotel were recorded
in 1651 when customs officers were known to have stayed.

It was owned by the Pitt family, relations to the politicians and
became known as the Pitt Arms. It was to become a well known coaching
Inn as it was the first stop from Wells on the way to London.

Lord Nelson was known to have visited the Pitt Arms every Saturday to
receive his dispatches during his period of unemployment from 1788 to

The barIt once housed the live stock auction market and later the
assizes where the famous Burnham housewife murderers had their
preliminary trials before being sentenced to death at Norwich prison.

In 1811 the Pitt Arms changed to the Hoste Arms. The underlying reason
for this is unknown. There are two alternatives. The first being that
Nelson's protege, Captain Sir William Hoste flew the flags after
winning the battle of Lissa, hence remembering Nelson who had been
killed six years previously. The second reason being that the Hoste
family were huge land owners in the area who had recently purchased

The Hoste then fell under brewery ownership in the 1860's and suffered
130 years of decline. It continued to serve as a pub, but much of the
accommodation had not been touched between 1860 and when I first
purchased the Hoste in December 1989.

The garden It has served many roles over the years including a brothel
in the late Victorian period when I believe trade was very brisk!

The first ninety years of this century saw nothing but decay &
architectural abuse under brewery ownership. The most damaging was when
they tried to turn the Hoste into a theme pub by building a bow of a
ship in the restaurant and putting false shutters throughout the bar
meant to resemble the port holes of the ship. Toward the end of the
eighties the brewery and tenants fell out with the works not quite
finished leaving the bar held up with accroprops for three years which
were intended to be there for only three days.

I have received enormous pleasure since purchasing the Hoste Arms in
December 1989 which never ceases with my great love of architecture,
art, food, wine and people.

The village, which is a must to look around, has been very supportive.
In six years we have gone from a pub with no bedrooms and a dining area
for thirty five people, to a twenty eight bedroom Inn with a fabulous
brasserie serving up to 150 covers a night. This menu is available in
the relaxed atmosphere of our Front rooms or Conservatory, and in the
tranquil Restaurant. We also boast art collections in our Gallery.

The Lounge ConservatoryMy wife has done all the interior design in
beautifully strong colours which reflect her personality.

I hope you have a wonderful stay, please feel free to speak to me on
any points you wish to discuss or just for a chat. If however, I do not
answer do try again as I am very deaf and need to lip read to
understand you. Many people mistake this for rudeness, but I love to
talk with everyone.

The relaxed conviviality in the bar with its log fire is hard to beat,
except perhaps by the equally relaxed friendliness of the conservatory
with its comfortable leather arm chairs. Whether you wish to put the
world to rights, or merely take it over - the Hoste's the place in
which to do it.

Inspired by first hand experience of the world's great restaurants, the
Hoste chefs create imaginative menus based on fine local produce. A
list of over 200 wines features the world's finest, including some of
the most keenly priced classics in England.

The Hoste's thirty six rooms include: standard doubles, family
bedrooms, four posters, junior suites and a penthouse. All are designed
by Jeanne Whittome with a view to you not wanting to leave.

Facilities for weddings, functions and conferences, 50 - 500 people are
available at Sussex Barn, 1 mile from Burnham Market.

The bedrooms in the old station are quite small, but they are all well
decorated and have en-suite shower, television and tea & coffee making
facilities. There is a communal sitting room, there are no telephones
in the rooms, but a payphone is provided. A full English breakfast is
included in our prices and is served between 7.30 and 10.30 am at The
Hoste Arms, a five minute walk away. A car can be arranged to take you
between The Hoste Arms and The Railway Inn.

We hope we have provided a station where for once you are happy to be
kept waiting indefinitely!


The Dales Hotel
Address: Lodge Hill, Upper Sheringham
Zip Code: NR26 8TJ
City: Norfolk
Country: UK
Tel: +44 126 382 4555
Fax: +44 126 382 2647

Set on the edge of the quaint village of upper sheringham, which is
famed for it's waters of longevity, the Dales borders Sheringham park
on 3 sides. One or Humphrey Repton's most outstanding achievements,
this landscaped park contains fine mature woodlands. The large woodland
garden is particularly famous for its spectacular show of rhododendrons
and azaleas (flowering mid May to June). There are stunning views of
the coast and countryside from the viewing towers and many delightful
walks, including a route to the North Norfolk Railway station, a
private full-gauge steam railway.

The Dales hotel has recently been refurbished to a high standard. This
Grade II listed building has retained many original features, including
a splendid oak staircase with columns and carved arches lit via leaded
windows with sailing ship glazed insets. All of the spacious bedrooms
are en-suite, have tea and coffe making facilities, direct dial
telephone, remote control televisions and are furnished with solid oak
hand crafted furniture. Beautiful views of either the countryside and
sea or the wooded gardens are seen from all the bedrooms. One of the
deluxe four poster bedrooms has a whirlpool bath and boasts it's own
balcony that overlooks the gardens providing the perfect setting for
that romantic weekend.

Upchers restaurant with it's oak carved inglenook fireplace provides a
perfect informal and relaxed setting to enjoy a meal prepared from
local produce by our culinary experts.

As night draws to a close, you return to the comfort of your room.
The bedrooms naturally contain all the benefits and amenities that you
would expect from a hotel of this quality, for example, colour TV,
complimentary tea and coffee making facilities and much, much more. All
rooms are decorated to the highest of standards, and in keeping with
the ambience of this fine Edwardian building.

The well appointed standard rooms offer the same high class degree of
comfort and cleanliness as the Deluxe and Superior sea view rooms, and
afford a charming aspect of the well kept gardens or village.

Enjoy the comfort of a king-size four poster bed in one of our Deluxe
rooms, which also have their own comfortable seating area so that you
can relax as you admire the spectacular sea view.

Many of the bathrooms are further enhanced by original hand painted
Delft tiles and our Deluxe rooms contain the luxuries of a bathroom
with either a spa bath or an Edwardian free standing roll top bath.
Whatever your choice of room, you'll enjoy a good night's sleep in
absolute comfort and as morning comes once again , you draw the
curtains to greet the day to a magnificent coastal view.*

Whatever the weather, whatever the season, you will constantly discover
new pleasures to be enjoyed and places to explore during your stay.

And as each year unfolds, the carefully chosen menu reflects the
changing seasons. Enjoy the rich game of winter accompanied by full
bodied Claret, or the local sea foods of summer complemented by cool,
crisp, white wine.


The Seamarge Hotel
Address: 16, High Street, Overstrand
Zip Code: NR27 0AB
City: Norfolk
Country: UK
Tel: +44 126 357 9579
Fax: +44 126 357 9524

An elegant Grade II listed building
Stunning sea views
Access to an unspoilt beach
Five acres of beautiful grounds
Frazer`s Restaurant
Delicious food and wines
Norfolk cream teas and Cromer crabs in season
Well stocked bar with attractive minstrel's gallery
Friendly and attentive service
Two minutes drive from local golf course
A wealth of places to visit

Witness the awakening of new life and growth while enjoying morning
coffee on the terrace, as the myriad colours of spring flowers unfold
around you, and all this, against the expanse of a sparkling sea.

Come home to the Sea Marge after a walk through the crisp fallen leaves
of an autumnal afternoon, with the faint smell of wood smoke drifting
through the air and treat yourself to an afternoon tea of freshly made
sandwiches or homemade cake, or curl up with a good book beside a
roaring log fire.

As night draws to a close, you return to the comfort of your room.
The bedrooms naturally contain all the benefits and amenities that you
would expect from a hotel of this quality, for example, colour TV,
complimentary tea and coffee making facilities and much, much more. All
rooms are decorated to the highest of standards, and in keeping with
the ambience of this fine Edwardian building.

The well appointed standard rooms offer the same high class degree of
comfort and cleanliness as the Deluxe and Superior sea view rooms, and
afford a charming aspect of the well kept gardens or village.

Enjoy the comfort of a king-size four poster bed in one of our Deluxe
rooms, which also have their own comfortable seating area so that you
can relax as you admire the spectacular sea view.

Many of the bathrooms are further enhanced by original hand painted
Delft tiles and our Deluxe rooms contain the luxuries of a bathroom
with either a spa bath or an Edwardian free standing roll top bath.

Whatever your choice of room, you'll enjoy a good night's sleep in
absolute comfort and as morning comes once again , you draw the
curtains to greet the day to a magnificent coastal view.*

Evening-as the shadows lengthen, what better way to reflect on the
delights of the day than to relax as you savour excellent food and wine
chosen from a seasonal menu of fresh ingredients in the Frazer`s
Restaurant or oak panelled Winston Room, enhanced by the coastal views
during the daylight hours, and the intimacy of candlelight after dark.

And as each year unfolds, the carefully chosen menu reflects the
changing seasons. Enjoy the rich game of winter accompanied by full
bodied Claret, or the local sea foods of summer complemented by cool,
crisp, white wine.

Whatever your interests, whenever you come to stay, for no matter how
long, you'll always find a wealth of places of interest to visit and
things to do.

Perhaps spend a day visiting the National Trust Houses at Felbrigg or
Blickling, or enjoy a walk through the Trust Park at Upper Sheringham,
particularly as the Rhododendrons bloom in the early summer.

Or you may prefer a day's shopping, discovering the unspoilt Georgian
town of Holt. Explore it's hidden courtyards and bustling streets full
of antique and quality craft and gift shops where you may find that
extra special present to take home with you.

Or simply take a drive through some of the quieter lanes of this
beautiful county. Stumble across picturesque villages, country pubs,
historic churches and village green cricket-a reminder of the gentler
pace of life of times gone by. Travel a little further afield to visit
the fine historic city of Norwich where you can browse among the stalls
of the large Mediaeval Market, which nestles in the shadow of the
impressive Norman Castle

Take a walk through the amazing Salt Marshes of North Norfolk, spotting
countless species of birds, then discover the delights of the unspoilt
Holkham Beach, or perhaps take a boat trip to watch the seals off
Blakeney Point.

Fine beaches, Sandringham House, The Norfolk Broads, a wealth of
golfing, walking and fishing opportunities are but a few of the
pleasures that are waiting to be discovered and enjoyed by you during
your stay at the Sea Marge..


The Sutton Staithe Hotel
Address: Sutton, Stalham
City: Norfolk
Zip Code: NR12 9QS
Country: UK
Tel: +44 169 258 0244
Fax: +44 169 258 3156

"Sutton Staithe Hotel overlooks the River Ant in the heart of the
beautiful national park that is the Norfolk Broads. The broads are over
one hundred and twenty miles of waterways that have inspired
generations to visit, photograph and document its wonder. Yet, the
Hotel is easily found and a perfect location for business and pleasure
clients alike."

"Contained on this site is information about the Hotel, its services,
surroundings and ideas on how to make the most of a visit to North
Norfolk and Sutton Staithe Hotel. The Hotel caters for a whole spectrum
of clientele offering public bar and restaurant facilities together
with Carvery and Function Rooms catering from the smallest up to two
hundred guests. Our business, corporate and private function clients
will also find information under the relevant sections."

Sutton Staithe Hotel has a total of ten rooms available ranging from
singles and doubles to twin and family rooms. All of our rooms and
tariffs include the following facilities and services:

All rooms Fully En-suite
Full Three Course English Breakfast
Vegetarian & Vegan Option Breakfast (Prior notice appreciated)
Colour Televisions Throughout
Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
Iron & Trouser Press Available
Fully house trained pets allowed (Subject to prior approval)

Our long established restaurant has the choice of food and flexibility
to satisfy the needs and tastes of our many guests.

The main restaurant menu features all of the traditional favourites
from steak to fish, pastas to pies.

Through the summer months we run daily specials which amongst other
dishes regularly include locally caught fresh Sea Bass and our famous
Steak & Mushroom Pie cooked with Guinness and Red Wine. Our very own
recipe for over a decade!

If you are not looking for a large meal then our lunch time menu is
available offering snacks, light bites, hot baguettes and burgers to
name a few.

Options are also available for vegetarians and vegans and we carry full
information on all our food products in regard to their content and are
more than happy to cater for every dietary requirement. Should we not
have something for your requirement then we will create something
especially for you, let us know on your arrival.

To complement your choice of meal we have an extensive wine list and
seating in our restaurant overlooking the river Ant and Staithe

Whatever choice you make you have the freedom to choose where you eat,
be it in our restaurant or our main bar or perhaps even, weather
permitting, in our spacious front garden overlooking the river.

Children are of course welcome and have their own exclusive menu.

We also cater for "big kids" and you can have a meal in our pool and
games room. As you can see the choice really is yours.

Sutton Staithe Hotel annually caters for a large number of Wedding
Receptions and we can call upon a wealth of experience in helping you
to ensure your day is just as you wish it to be.

The reception is an integral part of the day and we are able to cater
from small receptions to those with two hundred guests. Hardly
surprising considering the surroundings, facilities and many satisfied
customers we have already had the pleasure to serve.

We appreciate that we all have different ideas on that Special Day and
with that in mind we offer a range of options and packages for you to
choose from to suit all budgets. The options for the format, catering
and style of your day are numerous and so we would be happy to make
appointment for you to discuss your plans at no obligation.

When ever asked we are happy to advise, assist, and share our knowledge
and experience.

Planning a Celebration with Family & Friends or a Club Event? Annually
we have the pleasure of hosting a wide range of celebrations and
private functions for a wide range of clients. Birthday Parties,
Christenings, Retirements, Anniversaries. We are the choice in the
area, offering competitive and flexible functions tailored to suit each
individual event.

Every celebration is different, every Private Function unique. From the
catering to the entertainment, the balloons to the bubbly we have the
experience and facilities.

Sutton Staithe Hotel boasts two function rooms ideal for every meeting,
conference and banqueting facility you may require for up to two
hundred delegates. We regularly cater for business seminars, meetings,
trade shows and training sessions to a range of both public and private
sector clients.

The fact is our resources and equipment are of the highest standard and
yet due to our location and desire to develop this market are able to
offer the most competitive prices. A meeting for 150 delegates in the
City of Norwich or Town of Great Yarmouth is, we are told by our
clients, in most cases double or even triple!

No wonder our client portfolio is growing so fast and with them we have
developed our facilities to meet their requirements.

We boast two function rooms which are ideally sized to cater for 8 to
40 persons and 40 to 200 delegates.

For presentations in the bigger room we have a seven foot screen linked
to full audio visual support spanning the internet to VHS Video. The
smaller of our two rooms contains Wide Screen Television plus all the
same support benefits. Complete multi media systems exist plus the more
traditional flip chart and over head projector. Microphones to
photocopying, we have it all available to hand.

A full range of catering options are available should they be required.
We cater from traditional formal dining, to finger buffets and straight
room hire packages.

To discuss you business requirements please contact Damion Millward at
the Hotel who will be pleased to discuss any requirements you may have.

We are proud to build relationships with companies of all sizes, and
are the choice of companies such as Shell Uk, Norwich City Football
Club, The Funnell Group & Herbert Woods Groups.

Join our growing client list now, we are confident of our price and
confident of our resources.


Wayford Bridge Hotel
Address: nr Stalham
Zip Code: NR12 9LL
City: Norfolk
Country: UK
Tel: +44 169 258 2414
Fax: +44 169 258 1109

The Wayford Bridge Hotel is located in the Norfolk Broads near Norwich,
Norfolk UK and has become one of the most well known hotels in Norfolk
providing the Norfolk Broads with luxury riverside three star hotel
accommodation in the Norfolk Broads National Park. Ideally located for
travellers seeking hotel accommodation in Norfolk mid way between
Norwich and Gt Yarmouth and close to the sandy beaches of the North
Norfolk coast.

The Hotel is situated alongside the A149 close to the ancient market
town of Stalham and its boatyards, a major centre of the Norfolk
Broads. The Hotel is set beside the ancient crossing point of the River
Ant at Wayford Bridge. Fronting onto this picturesque river and set in
acres of attractive gardens and parkland, the Hotel offers a unique
location for a peaceful and relaxing stay for holidaymakers and
business travellers alike. We are only 20 minutes driving time from
either Norwich or Great Yarmouth and 10 minutes from North Walsham and
yet enjoy the tranquillity of a Norfolk Broads setting. The largely
undiscovered sandy beaches of the North Norfolk coast are also close

Dating in parts from the late 17th Century, the hotel was extensively
enlarged and refurbished in 2000 and now offers 15 bedrooms, all
furnished to a high standard. The Hotel has been awarded a three star
rating with a silver rosette from the English Tourist Board. All rooms
are en-suite, most of them with both bath and shower and equipped with
Teletext Colour Television, Direct dial Telephone, Radio, Hairdryer,
Trouser press and Tea and Coffee making facilities. Most of the rooms
are river facing and are arranged on both ground floor and first floor

The Hotel has been carefully adapted for those guests with mobility
problems to provide access throughout the ground floor areas. Five of
our bedrooms are situated on the ground floor and one of which has been
designed for wheelchair use.

The Wayford Bridge Hotel provides Norfolk and the Norfolk Broads with
Hotel accommodation of a luxury 3 star standard and a choice of dining
in two restaurants in Norfolk under one roof. Our Restaurants are
amongst the most popular restaurants in Norfolk with customers drawn
from local residents and regular visitors to the Norfolk Broads alike.
The Restaurants provide interesting and innovative menus which often
change on a daily basis and offer high standards of cuisine.

All 15 rooms are en-suite, most of them with both bath and shower and
equipped with Teletext Colour Television, Direct dial Telephone, Radio,
Hairdryer, Trouser press and Tea and Coffee making facilities. Most of
the rooms are river facing and are arranged on both ground floor and
first floor levels.

The Hotel Bistro and A` la Carte Restaurant offer perhaps the best
choice of dining facilities in the area under one roof, providing a
choice of dining styles to suit most requirements. .

The Bistro fronts onto the Patio with its views of the river and has a
more informal style. The Bistro menu is very comprehensive and features
a wide range of interesting and reasonably priced dishes together with
a daily speciality list.

The A` la Carte Restaurant overlooks the Hotel Gardens and offers a
more elegant style of dining and service for that special occasion.
Both restaurants are popular with guests and locals alike and offer a
selection of fresh local seafood and Charcoal grill specialities. The
menus in both restaurants are complemented by a carefully chosen
selection of wines from around the world. Imaginative vegetarian dishes
are always available and we are pleased to cater for those guests
requiring special diets.

Alternatively in fine weather dine out on our large patio and enjoy the
fine views of the river.

Our comfortable Lounge Bar with its open fire is a popular meeting
place and the perfect place to relax from the stresses of the day
offering a wide range of beers, "real ales", wines and spirits. Ample
car parking is available onsite.

Our function room is an ideal venue for parties up to 50 persons and is
well equipped with conference aids for meetings and seminars.

The hotel can offer a variety of amenities on site to guests including
bicycle, rowing boat and fishing tackle hire. Coarse fishing in season,
on the River Ant is also available. For those visitors wishing to
explore the Broads we are just upriver from Barton Broad where Nelson
is reputed to have learnt to sail. Day launches can be hired from
Urwins boatyard Urwins Boatyard and Moonfleet Marine . Many visitors to
the Norfolk Broads wishing a boating holiday stay at the Wayford Bridge
Hotel the night before taking up their boat hire. Boating holidays can
be organised at: Sabena Marine , Blakes or New Horizon Holidays

Places of Interest Nearby

Hickling Broad is close by and is a popular venue with birdwatchers and
naturalists visiting its nature reserve. Sailing boats can be hired at
Whispering Reeds Boatyard

Jet Ski hire is available at Sea Palling which has one of the finest
sandy beaches on the North Norfolk coast is only 10 minutes travel from
the Hotel. Dilham Arts Centre is nearby with its many popular courses
in all aspects of Arts and Crafts. Details of the courses can be found
at Broadland Arts

We are conveniently located for visits to the National Trust properties
of Felbrigg and Blickling Hall details of which can be found at The
National Trust. The gardens of East Ruston Old Vicarage, often featured
on television, are nearby and a must to visit. East Ruston Old Vicarage
Gardens . We are well positioned for travellers visiting Bacton Gas
Terminal as it is within 15 minutes drive of the hotel.


Wensum Valley Hotel, Golf and Country Club
Address: Beech Avenue, Taverham, Norwich
Zip Code: NR8 6HP
City: Norfolk
Country: UK
Tel: +44 160 326 1012
Fax: +44 160 326 1664

Wensum Valley Hotel, Golf and Country Club located just outside
Norwich, Norfolk offers first class golf and leisure facilities. The
family-run Hotel, Golf & Leisure Club is set in 350 acres of Norfolk
countryside, yet is only a short distance from the centre of Norwich.

Facilities include en-suite accommodation, two 18 hole golf courses,
swimming pool, gymnasium, sauna, spa & steam room, along with fishing
on the River Wensum. A choice of bar and restaurants offer a variety of
menus from light snacks through to formal dining.

Our Hotel accommodation offers executive and honeymoon suites, twin,
double and family en suite rooms, with tea/coffee making facilities,
colour TV and direct dial telephone.

We have two bars, a satellite TV lounge, Snooker room and a restaurant,
serving excellent food with superb views overlooking the golf course
and the Wensum Valley.

With easy access by car, train, and by air, it has much to offer
golfers and non-golfers alike.

Our Wensum Restaurant offers an ideallic setting for the perfect
evening. Offering spectacular views overlooking the Wensum Valley,
choose from a selection of traditional and continental cuisine. A La
Carte, Table d'hote and Sunday Carvery menus are on offer, all of which
have been prepared by our team of excellent chefs, using the finest
fresh produce.

We have a resident piano player/singer on most Friday and Saturday

The clubhouse bar offers a relaxing atmosphere, with daily specials and
bar menus available as an alternative option to the restaurant, with
both hot and cold dishes available throughout the day.

Our superb food is complimented with an extensive range of fine wines,
all of which are reasonably priced. You are sure to receive a warm and
friendly reception with first class service ensuring a successful and
enjoyable stay.

Our purpose-built Conference & Events Centre can cater for a whole
range of business meetings, conferences, training sessions and
exhibitions. We have five conference suites of varying sizes, each
offering something different, which means that we can accommodate two
to 200 delegates. Whatever your requirements we can cater for you at
the Wensum Valley Hotel.

Adjacent to the hotel complex, and with spectacular views over our two
18 hole golf courses and the Wensum Valley itself, the centre is the
perfect location and environment to inspire your staff and guests,
ensuring that your chosen event is a complete success.

We provide a professional & friendly service, from first contact though
to your event. Contact our team, who will be pleased to help you with
your enquiry, arrange a meeting to view the facilities and compile a
complete list of all your requirements.

Our day delegate rate* is 27.50 per person and includes:-

Main Conference room hire
Morning tea, coffee & biscuits
Working buffet lunch corresponding to the day of the event
Afternoon tea, coffee & cream cakes
Water & Mints
Paper & pen pack for each delegate
Overhead projector & screen
Free car parking
VAT @ 17.5% and service

Our new centre is the perfect venue for private functions. Whether it
is a wedding reception, party, themed event, dinner dance, luncheon or
Society day, we have the venue for you. Set in 350 acres with
unrivalled views over the Wensum Valley, our function rooms have the
perfect ambience for all events.

Our friendly and professional staff are happy to discuss any
requirements with you, and put together a bespoke package including
food, drink, entertainment and timings tailored to suit your needs and

We pride ourselves on our tempting menus. Sample fork buffet, finger
buffet and sit-down menus are available upon request. They can also be
adjusted to suit your individual requirements. Menus and wine lists are
kept to a competitive price.

The hotel is licensed for civil marriage ceremonies and we would be
happy to put together a complete wedding day package for you if

Wedding Ceremonies are held in one of our 5 suites with stunning views
across the Wensum Valley. Each room can be decorated to suit your
chosen scheme.

We will provide all the guidance you require in the planning of your
event - from initial enquiry to the day itself.

Just let us know what you need, and we will take care of the rest for

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