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B and Bs in Aylmerton

Felbrigg Lodge
Aylmerton
Norfolk

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This luxury bed and breakfast accommodation is situated in an idyllic romantic setting, in a peaceful countryside location a short drive from the picturesque north Norfolk coast. Felbrigg Lodge adjoins the southern boundary of Felbrigg Hall, a 17th century country house and estate owned by the National Trust. Amongst these magnificent countryside surroundings you can relax and unwind in style. Set within an 8 acre oasis of beautiful grounds, here, you will find over 50 species of birds and other wildlife among the lawns, specimen trees and shrubs. Beyond the grounds, wooded hillsides give way to rolling fields and miles of fine sand beaches and dunes.

Whether your break is for business or pleasure, Felbrigg Lodge offers bespoke accommodation, delicious home cooked food using fresh local produce, a private indoor pool, gym and real space to relax and breathe in the fresh country air. The phrase ‘bed and breakfast’ does not begin to describe the secluded, intimate luxury that is Felbrigg Lodge. These private suites come with all the personal touches you would expect from people who really care and await you in this unspoilt corner of beautiful north Norfolk.

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