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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 6
  • £90 - £160 per room per night

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This stunning pub is situated on the Village Green and close to the unspoilt salt marshes of the North Norfolk coastal landscape which is a listed site of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Expect a chic interior, with earthy Farrow & Ball hues, stripped beams, chunky tables and oak-planked floors. Further character is provided by the bold, contemporary oil paintings by local artists (for sale) that line the walls of the cosy bar and the airy conservatory dining room.

The pub is open all afternoon for drinks both summer and winter and they have four Locally Selected Guest Beer's which are sold alongside premium draught lager and a carefully selected wine list.

A real fire roars in the inglenook all winter long whilst drinks afresco can be enjoyed in summer in the sunny south facing garden overlooking the village green.

Innovative seasonal menus make sound use of local fish, meat and game, such as Cley Smokehouse haddock, Blakeney crabs, Morston mussels (all nearby villages), salt marsh grazed beef, and game from local estates. Lunch and dinner menus are similar, with the addition of lighter dishes at lunch, and evening specials at dinner.

Three of the six bedrooms are situated above the pub, Library, White and Panelled Rooms (two with private balconies), whilst the Garden, Starlight and Gallery Rooms occupy adjacent cottages, all with alfresco seating. (The Garden Room has it’s own private terrace).

Expect contemporary styling and a French shabby-chic feel, with ornate mirrors, painted furniture and antique French beds with Egyptian cotton, goose down duvets and pillows, and cosy quilts. Two have Victorian claw-foot baths, others are fully tiled wet rooms with under floor heating, rain showers, quality fittings, bathrobes, and posh Ren toiletries.

Fresh bread and warm croissants from Blakeney Deli are delivered daily between 8.30am – 9am and placed in the ‘Tuck Box’ outside the door (remember to leave it out!) and each room has a toaster, fresh coffee, and a fridge containing butter, milk, orange juice and jams.

So, enjoy breakfast at you leisure on your private terrace or balcony (except Panelled Room). During the summer months, if you prefer to head out for cooked breakfast at Blakeney Quay or at the Wiveton Farm Café, £7 will be taken off your room bill.

Expect a huge, smiley welcome and friendly and efficient service from Sandy and her excellent managers.

For more information and to book please click the purple button which leads directly to their website.

Ratings

  • AA 4 Star
National Rating
AA
4 * rating
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    Double En-Suite 

    Library Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • £90 - £130 per room per night

This room is a stylish mix of French Chic. Antique shutters frame the entrance to the small but perfectly formed wet room with wardrobe doors from an 18th century farm house and an antique double bed.

Egyptian linen and goose down pillows ensure you relax, wind down and enjoy every minute of your stay. Watch high definition TV and Blue Ray DVD’s. With a fully tiled shower room, bathrobes are provided along with top quality REN products, aromatherapy oils and underfloor heating to help you relax!!

Outside your own private balcony awaits, with comfy seating and tranquil views of the country side by day or star light by night, you may even see a shooting star – make a wish and enjoy the moment. 

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    Double En-Suite 

    Starlight Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • £100 - £150 per room per night

Situated on the ground floor at the front of the pub in the converted barn having a separate entrance enjoying views of the green and Wiveton's spectacular church.

Farrow and Ball palate, Original Antique French bed, best quality mattress, fine Egyptian linen, Christies towels with goose down duvet and pillows, wall mounted flat screen TV and plenty of DVD's complete the picture. The bathroom has a victorian bath with claw feet, heated towel rail, robes and complimentary REN toiletries.

Your hamper breakfast and newspapers arrives at 8.45 to be served on the breakfast bar and the room enjoys the benefit of a little kitchenette with microwave, Belfast sink and fridge making this accommodation popular with walkers who might want to prepare sandwiches and soups.

Sit on the private bench outside your room, night cap in hand on a clear night you will witness a truly spectacular starlit sky against the backdrop of Wiveton Church, truly a sight to behold. 

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    King Double En-Suite 

    Garden Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • £100 - £150 per room per night

Situated in the converted cottage attached to the pub. Upstairs the king size bed has goose down duvet and pillows, a top quality mattress with a beautiful antique French quilt.

The bathroom has a victorian bath with claw feet, heated towel rail, robes and complimentary REN toiletries.The bedroom and bathroom are cosily situated in the cottage eves. Downstairs has the benefit of a Chanel designer settee, flat screen TV, with plenty of DVD’s and books of local interests.

An antique chest serves as your breakfast table or on fine days enjoy breakfast on your secluded private patio and garden. WiFi is available in the Pub but doesn't stretch to the garden room itself. 

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    Double En-Suite 

    Gallery Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • £100 - £150 per room per night

A Moroccan Chandelier hangs high in the exposed beams and the candle lamps cast warm shadows across the whole room, whilst the high backed Wing bedstead ensures your stay is comfortable and chic.

With Egyptian cotton linen, goose down pillows, flat screen TV and over 50 Blue Ray DVD’s you may never want to venture out. Stylish shower room with REN toiletries. Outside relax on your private south facing seat overlooking the green, enjoy a nightcap alfresco under a starlit sky. 

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    Double En-Suite 

    White Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • £110 - £160 per room per night

A haven of tranquillity, the White Room is accessed by its own sunny south facing balcony with distantly views of Cley Mill and the marshes.

A luxurious antique French bed with soft Egyptian cotton sheets and Goose down pillows ensures a good night’s sleep. The perfectly designed, fully tiled shower room has underfloor heating, quality toiletries from REN with bathrobes.

Flat screen digital TV, Blue ray and iPOD dock provide all the entertainment. A complimentary bottle of bubbly is for you to enjoy. Step out onto the balcony, night cap in hand under a heavenly canopy of stars – memorable, romantic.  

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    Super King Double En-Suite 

    Panelled Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • £110 - £160 per room per night

This sunny panelled room overlooks the rear garden. With distant views of Blakeney church and beyond you can watch the sunset from the comfort of your luxurious Super King Size antique bed with Egyptian cotton sheets and goose down pillows.

With complimentary bubbly on arrival, his and her bathrobes, REN aromatherapy toiletries and an archive of Blu-Ray DVDs an abundance of tranquility is in store.

The Panelled room has a fully tiled shower room.

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