Historic Hotels in Norfolk

Throughout history, Norfolk has always been a popular retreat for the rich and famous. Luckily for most of us, many of their mansions and country houses have now been converted into luxury hotels (such as the Marriott Sprowston Manor near Norwich), boasting some of the most fabulous surroundings in the country.

For even more choice, be sure to check out our selection of country house hotels in East Anglia which also includes the nearby counties of Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.

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Congham Hall Hotel & Spa

Congham Hall, Congham, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE32 1AH.

Congham Hall is an elegant Georgian Manor House just one hour’s drive from Norwich. Set in acres of beautiful parkland, the hotel has twenty elegant bedrooms and suites. The Orangery restaurant overlooks the gardens and serves good food.

  • 18th Century

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The Dales Country House Hotel

Dales Country House Hotel, Upper Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26 8TJ.

This grade II listed building is full of original features and offers well appointed rooms. One of the deluxe rooms boasts a whirlpool bath and a private balcony. The ‘Upchers Restaurant’ serves a high quality of cuisine.

  • 19th Century

The Pheasant Hotel

The Pheasant Hotel, Kelling, nr. Sheringham, Norfolk, NR25 7EG.

Set in picturesque countryside on the North Norfolk Coast, the award winning Pheasant Hotel and Restaurant is just a short stroll from the nearest beach. This pretty Georgian country house hotel offers 32 luxuriously decorated, en suite rooms.

  • 18th Century

The Old Rectory Restaurant with Rooms

The Old Rectory, Norwich, Norfolk, NR7 0HF.

This delightful, Grade II listed Georgian country house hotel lies on the eastern fringe of Norwich city and features an award winning restaurant. With 8 beautiful, unique rooms it is set in quiet gardens with a swimming pool (open from Easter to Sept).

  • 18th Century

Maids Head Hotel

Maids Head Hotel, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3 1LB.

Claiming to be the oldest in England, this 13th century hotel in situated in the historic centre of Norwich. Lovely character rooms with modern comforts as well as a newly opened restaurant combine to make this a perfect base for exploring Norwich.

  • 13th Century

Best Western Annesley House Hotel

Annesley House Hotel, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 2LA.

The Annesley House Hotel consists of three ‘Grade Two’ listed Georgian buildings and is situated in 3 acres of grounds in a pretty tree-lined conservation area, only a short stroll from the historic city centre of Norwich.

  • 18th Century

Le Strange Arms Hotel

Le Strange Arms Hotel, Hunstanton, Norfolk, PE36 6JJ.

Blending old world charm with personal service, Le Strange Hotel sits peacefully in the North Norfolk village of Old Hunstanton. Enjoying a spectacular seashore setting, with lawns straching down to the sandy beach, it offers a choice of restaurants.

  • 17th Century

Park Farm Hotel

Park Farm Hotel, Hethersett, Norwich, Norfolk, NR9 3DL.

Park Farm is an exclusive country house hotel set in 200 acres of beautiful gardens and fields. With individually decorated bedrooms and an award-winning restaurant, this four star hotel is perfect for a relaxing break. Swimming pool, sauna and gym.

  • 18th Century

The Blakeney Hotel

The Blakeney Hotel, The Quay, Near Holt, Norfolk, NR25 7NE.

The Blakeney Hotel is a privately owned, family run hotel. It boasts a magnificent quayside location with panoramic estuary and salt marsh views to Blakeney Point, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Our stylish leisure facility includes an indoor pool

  • 17th Century

Caley Hall Hotel

Caley Hall Hotel, Old Hunstanton, Norfolk, PE36 6HH.

Caley Hall Hotel and Restaurant offer spacious bedrooms, some featuring four poster beds or whirlpools baths. There is also a restaurant and bar. The building itself dates back to the seventeenth century.

  • 17th Century

St. Giles House

St. Giles House, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 1JR.

Offering unique accommodation, restaurant dining and a stylish bar, all set in the surroundings of a stunningly restored Baroque building. Located in the heart of historic Norwich, the hotel’s original facade conceals 23 luxurious en suite rooms and a spa

  • 17th Century