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Barnham Broom Hotel & Golf Club
Honingham Road
Norwich
Norfolk

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Set in 250 acres of beautiful Norfolk countryside just 10 miles from the historical City of Norwich and within easy reach of the North Norfolk Coast and Broads. Barnham Broom Hotel provides a host of facilities to enjoy throughout your stay including 52 comfortable and well appointed guest rooms, two superb 18 hole golf courses where we offer residential golf schools and individual tuition by PGA professionals, a Leisure Club with indoor pool and spa, Sports Bar & Café with 6ft Sky TV screen and fine dining in Flints 2 AA Rosette Restaurant. The hotel also offers a choice of dedicated purpose-built conference and banqueting suites and is licensed for civil weddings, making us the perfect venue for your important event. Wireless internet access is available throughout the building

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 52
Number Ensuite: 52
Nearest Airport: Norwich

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Accommodation, Full English Breakfast and use of the Leisure Club
Double: From £85
Twin: From £85
Single: From £60
Suite: From £150 - Also includes bathrobes, fruit and mineral water. Golf Course views
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Restaurant

Name: Flints Restaurant
Cuisine: English and Continental
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes

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Tennis Court - & Squash Courts
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