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Congham Hall, Grimston, Norfolk
Built as a family home by a wealthy local merchant, this Georgian manor house has 26 guest rooms spread through the main house and in a garden courtyard. A big plus point is its seductive spa, with indoor pool and treatment rooms. North-west Norfolk's large sandy beaches are half an hour's drive away, and easy days out include the Queen's house at Sandringham, 18th-century Houghton Hall and the charming shops in Burnham Market.
Golf, birdwatching and walks along the Peddar's Way or coastal footpath are some of the fab local activities on offer. Try Congham Hall's local trails for an introduction to the region's best art, gardens, nature and seafood.
Congham Hall is a short drive from King's Lynn in Norfolk. It is surrounded by 30 acres of parkland and close to Sandringham and the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
By car: Congham Hall is around 110 miles from central London (3 hours), 50 miles from Cambridge (1.5 hours) and 85 miles from Nottingham (2 hours). There is free parking at the hotel.
By rail: London King's Cross to King's Lynn takes around two hours. A taxi from the station to the hotel takes 10 minutes. thetrainline.com.
Style & Character
Families, couples and groups of friends looking for spa treatments, active breaks and days out in Norfolk will love it here. Make sure you explore hotel's herb garden, which is used by the chefs in the kitchen. It has a collection of nearly 400 varieties, including rare medicinal plants.
Service & Facilities
The staff are friendly, warm and helpful without being intrusive or over-familiar.
- Herb garden
- Free Wi-Fi
- Swimming pool
- Sauna, steam room and hot tub
- Fitness suite
- Free parking
- Dog-friendly rooms
Garden rooms are dog-friendly (£10 per night) and they are welcome in the bar and library (on a lead). The hotel will provide a water bowl and treats for your room.
We loved the spacious Achillea suite with its huge picture windows overlooking the flower garden. Our favourite room is Hollyhock, with a small sun terrace, plush sitting room and a free-standing bathtub in a seductive bedroom.
Standard Rooms, Good House Rooms, Better House Rooms, Better Garden Rooms, Best Garden Rooms, Best House Rooms, Dandelion Suite and Achillea Suite
Facilities include: twin and double beds, free Wi-Fi, flat screen TVs, ensuite bathrooms, slippers and bathrobes, mineral water, Nepresso coffee machines, homemade cookies and fresh milk
Food & Drink
Fruit, vegetables, salad and herbs are dug from the hotel's kitchen garden or sourced locally. We loved the slow-cooked rump of lamb, with fondant potato, roast button onion, confit carrot and red onion marmalade.
The Restaurant: Kitchen garden produce, British and European inspired seasonal menu. Mains from £16-£24. Open for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.