Burnham Market, North Norfolk, England

Norfolks loveliest village right next to the coast

Holland House B&B

Holland House B&B

              Holland House is located just 4 miles out of Burnham Market in the lovely village of Docking. Widely regarded as both stylish and unique, this Grade 2 listed Georgian delight has just three luxury rooms, plus a delightful self-catering holiday-let in the shape of the Brancaster Barn.   Each room has been detailed with the highest quality furniture and linen, with everything you would expect to find including wi-fi.       The owners, Melanie (who appeared on the very first Masterchef, with John pinching her sweet for his restaurant!) and Steve, provide you with a tremendous choice of breakfasts (or enjoy a continental breakfast hamper in the comfort of your room), all made with the freshest and, where possible, local top-quality ingredients.                                          A wonderful walled-garden with comfortable seating and garden games including badminton is a must to relax in. Private parking is available at the rear of the house. Holland House is a family run Bed and Breakfast and they will care for and look after you, aiming to make your stay a most pleasurable one. For more information please visit Holland House B&B website or phone Steve & Melanie Lewis on 01485 517...

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The Victoria Inn at Holkham

The Victoria Inn at Holkham

              This classic English Inn is owned and run by the Holkham Estate, home to the Earls of Leicester and Coke family. Holkham has been a leading agricultural estate since the 1800s when Thomas William Coke bought the site and the young Queen Victoria elevated him to the peerage in recognition of his contribution to farming in 1837. When the inn opened its doors the following year the name must have been inevitable – and it has remained to this day. Standing at the gateway to Holkham Hall, The Victoria is close to Holkham Beach and National Nature Reserve and is the perfect base for discovering the windswept coastline and seaside villages of north Norfolk. There are twenty bedrooms which are all individually designed and decorated with an emphasis on comfort, quality and classic elegance. The accommodation has the perfect mix of old and new, so that flat screen TVs sit alongside antique features, making for both interesting and stylish rooms. Ten bedrooms are located in The Victoria itself, where guests can enjoy a relaxed blend of style and comfort.    Ten additional bedrooms can be found in Ancient House, a newly converted building directly opposite. The sympathetic refurbishment of Ancient House, which dates from the late 1500s, has retained many of the building’s 19th century features, such as the bread oven from the time when it operated as a bakery and the former fire surrounds which have been covered for many years. There are four spacious family suites complete with sitting rooms appealing to families and guests who are looking for their own quiet space, as well as a private and secluded walled garden to the rear of the property The Victoria has a light and airy orangery for dining. The menu is simple and elegant. With its proximity to the coast there is a good choice of fresh fish, including favourites such as mussels and crab, and in addition, seasonal produce from the Holkham Estate with venison from the deer herd and vegetables from the farm and walled gardens is used. The Victoria Inn Park Road Holkham Wells-next-the-Sea Norfolk NR23 1RG Telephone 01328 711008 For more information visit The Victoria Inn website The Victoria Inn on Twitter @VictoriaHolkham The Victoria Inn on Facebook VictoriaHolkham The Victoria Inn on Google+ The Victoria...

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Railway House

Railway House

              Railway House is located on the outskirts of Burnham Market a 10 minute stroll through the village to The Hoste. An annexe to The Hoste, it ceased functioning as a railway station in 1957 when the old station house was converted into a small hotel. Railway House now offers seven stylish bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms and a central, comfortable sitting room where guests can relax and walk out onto what was once the railway platform. All rooms feature statement wallpaper, sumptuous fabrics and luxurious bed linens and plump pillows with Arran aromatics toiletries. Each room has a flat screen TV and tea and coffee-making facilities to make you feel at home. The location and railway memorabilia make this a unique place to stay. Railway Carriage Try this quirky hideaway if you’re looking for somewhere special to stay. An utterly romantic retreat for two, the Railway Carriage sits on the old railway tracks and boasts a copper sink, walk-in shower, luxurious fabrics and railway memorabilia. Access is via Railway House. Guests staying at Railway House and Railway Carriage take breakfast at The Hoste, a short 10 minute walk away. Dinner can also be booked at the renowned two AA rosette Hoste restaurant. For more information about Railway House visit the...

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The Hoste

The Hoste

              The Hoste Luxury Boutique Hotels and Spa are a collection of privately owned hotels. Guests can choose to stay in one of six diverse properties all located in the picturesque village of Burnham Market including; Vine House boutique hotel, Railway House hotel and The Hoste Luxury Holiday Cottages. In addition to 62 bedrooms, all uniquely styled, The Hoste’s historic bar, The Hoste Arms, dates back 400 years. There are also restaurants, a sheltered walled garden, fitness centre, Beauty Spa and luxury 20-seat cinema. The Hoste was recognised as one of the leading ‘cool hotels’ by The Times in 2017 as well as one of the top 25 best food destinations in the UK. Guests can choose to dine in one of The Hoste’s award-winning restaurants; the stylish Garden Room and the traditional panelled dining room; or the conservatory and historic bar, open all day for casual dining and popular with dog owners. The experienced team of chefs have a dedication to style and quality which is applied to every element of the dining experience. Menus are changed frequently according to seasonal availability, taking advantage of local Norfolk produce on offer, such as Brancaster Oysters and Norfolk Venison. Born locally, Admiral Lord Nelson is known to have stayed at The Hoste Arms on a regular basis and used the historic bar as a recruiting post, where he also received his dispatch papers and from where he would catch the stagecoach to London. Named after Nelson’s local protégé, Captain Sir William Hoste, The Hoste is home to the ‘Remember Nelson’ exhibition, presented in partnership with the Nelson Museum, featuring letters written by Nelson and displays focussing on his life in Norfolk. Open all year, the exhibition is free to visitors. Visit The Hoste...

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The Nelson Country Inn

The Nelson Country Inn

              Whether visiting as a family, individual or business you are guaranteed a friendly welcome at this famous inn. If you are looking for great food, fine ale or wonderful accommodation, The Nelson is the place for you. Nothing is ever too much trouble for our staff and we pride ourselves on a top quality and friendly service. Refurbished in 2011 The Nelson sits in the heart of Burnham Market and offers the perfect base to explore North Norfolk’s delights. Our accommodation consists of four beautiful individually designed ensuite rooms. We also offer a restaurant, bar and conference room. Please visit our website for full details and to make bookings or call direct on 01328 738321 Accreditations: 4 Star AA Inn, 4 Star Visit England Inn, Walkers Welcome Scheme, Cyclists Welcome Scheme, Five star hygiene...

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