Hotels in Brancaster Staithe

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Brancaster Staithe

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North Norfolk's best kept secret - award winning coastal hotel - commanding stunning views from conservatory restaurant and viewing deck terrace across tidal marshland beyond to Scolt Head Island.

A friendly Norfolk welcome in classic but stylish surroundings - homely and comfortable with scrubbed pine furniture and old sepia photographs adorning the walls of days gone by.

Eight outside guest rooms (en suite) built into natural countours of gradient land with grass roofing to blend in with marshland. Well behaved dogs welcome here.

Seven further bedrooms (en suite) in main building overlooking stunning marshland tidal coast - including the newly appointed 'Room at the Top' - split level accommodation with viewing telescope from glazed gable end feature.

Menus display a wealth of contemporary dishes with good use of local seafood - mussels, cockles oysters, samphire - all harvested 'from the bottom of the garden'.

Great for walking - step out onto The Norfolk Coastal Path at the bottom of the garden - birdwatching, sailing and taking in the spacious countryside available along this Heritage coastline.

The Local Pub of the Year 2003 Eastern Daily Press NORFOLK Food Awards
UK's Most Excellent Coastal Hotel Award 2003 Condé Nast Johansens
National Seaside Pub of the Year 2003 Les Routiers
East Anglia Inn of the Year 2003 Les Routiers
Named in Top 10 gastropubs in UK Woman and Home Magazine, August 03


Ratings/Awards: AA 2 Stars
Number of Rooms: 15
Number Ensuite: 15
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Name: Conservatory Restaurant
Cuisine: Modern British with Continental influence, incorporating current culinary trends
Chef: Nicholas Parker
Awards: 2003 Award of Excellence for Best UK Coastal Hotel

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