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Felbrigg Lodge
"Good Points: The uniqueness of a self contained lodge. The rural location and the quietness of the surrrounding location. The benefit of the coast and country vicinity. General review: A very ..." More

Felbrigg Lodge
"Good Points: Wonderful welcome, beautiful surroundings,excellent hospitality, excellent facilities. A real get away from it all place!! Cant praise highly enough General review: Will recommend highly and will return

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Felbrigg Lodge
"Good Points: The staff were polite, friendly and welcoming. The Tamarisk suite was clean and comfortable. All the food was excellent and the facilities inside the bedroom covered all ..." More

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In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty two miles south east of Cromer lies Aylmerton, a village sheltering in a little valley, surrounded by woods and open fields in countryside that gives the lie to Noel Coward’s “very flat, Norfolk”. There is evidence of Stone Age habitation and a Roman camp on the National Trust heath land close to the village. The fifteenth century church of St John the Baptist stands on the slope to the north of the village. With architecture typical of Norfolk’s medieval churches, St John’s has a round tower said to be 700 years old. Inside can be found a screen from 1500, and bench ends made four hundred years ago, with the poppies that grow so freely in the area carved elaborately in them (Poppyland, the area “discovered” by Clement Scott at the end of the nineteenth century, is just three miles east of the village). At the crossroads just a mile south of Aylmerton there is a restored stone cross, beautiful in its simplicity, believed to have been a way marker for pilgrims on the road to Walsingham.


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The Eiders (0.77 miles)

The Eiders
James & Caroline Jarvis offer you a warm welcome to our recently refurbished property and provide you with high quality ground floor en-suite facilities. Our guest rooms are individually designed (3 with balconies which overlook ... More | visit website
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Felbrigg Lodge (1.07 miles)

Felbrigg Lodge

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, ... More | visit website

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Sunrays (2.57 miles)


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A superb Arts and Crafts dwelling offering 4 Star Silver award quality accommodation. One Suite in the main house and two annexe rooms which have the advantage of being on ... More

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Dales Country House Hotel (2.71 miles)

Dales Country House Hotel

Nestled in National Trust parkland, close to the North Norfolk coast, you will find a timeless beauty which is, the Dales Country House Hotel.

Experience the delights of this quintessentially English grade II listed country ... More | visit website

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Anglia Court Hotel (2.75 miles)

The Hotel is less than five minutes walk from the town centre and all of Cromer's popular attractions. The magnificent church of St Peter & St Paul dominates the town centre with it's ... More | visit website
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Links Country Park Hotel Golf Club (2.84 miles)

Links Country Park Hotel Golf Club
Proudly independent, "The Links", considered by many to be the best golf, leisure and conference hotel in North Norfolk is set in 35 acres of lightly wooded coastal parkland, designated as an area of Outstanding ... More | visit website
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Aldborough Hall (3.15 miles)

Aldborough Hall

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Approached via a secluded driveway leading to our lovely Georgian Country House close to the lovely village of Aldborough.The first thing to strike you is the intensity of the silence ... More

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Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel (3.56 miles)

Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel

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Welcome. Historic Northrepps Cottage Country Hotel is one of East Anglia’s finest bijou hotels from which you can enjoy the delights of beautiful North Norfolk. The hotel is located close to ... More

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Kelling Heath Holiday Park (3.93 miles)

Kelling Heath Holiday Park

Luxury caravan holiday homes, woodland lodges and touring & camping pitches amongst 250 acres of woodland and rare open heathland in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The perfect location to relax and unwind with ... More | visit website

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Sea Marge Hotel (4.21 miles)

Sea Marge Hotel
Perched on the cliff tops of the beautiful North Norfolk coast, you will find the Sea Marge, an elegant Edwardian mansion steeped in history.

This fine Grade II listed building resplendent in 5 acres of terraced gardens and ... More | visit website

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