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Fritton House Hotel
Church Lane
Great Yarmouth
Norfolk

NR31 9HA | View map

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Fritton House is a relaxed award winning restaurant with rooms in a countryside location close to the Norfolk Broads. The house may look traditional from the outside, but inside you will find a warm, friendly atmosphere and we hope that everyone will feel very welcome.

Inside the house is an informal restaurant and bar with a wide selection of Adnams beers and wines and a seasonal menu and each of the bedrooms is uniquely furnished. Outside there is a spacious terrace with views across the park and an outdoor bar area – look out for special events over the summer.

Fritton House is at the centre of the Fritton Country Park with its large lake and acres of woodland and parkland to explore. The Country Park comprises children’s adventure play ground, bouncy pillow and rowing boats on the lake (entrance fee applies).

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Children Welcome
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No Smoking Rooms
Building of Historic Interest
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Dogs/Pets Welcome

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