Concierge.com's insider take:
Dating from the mid-16th century and operating as an inn since 1651, this ridiculously picturesque stone manor house is best known as the gastronomic destination of North Norfolk. But the accommodations here are nothing to sneeze at, either. The interiors of the 43 rooms are exuberantly decorated in wall-to-wall toile de Jouy, tartan, or Regency stripe, with beamed ceilings and opulent bathrooms. Four of the rooms have four-poster beds. The eight rooms in the African Wing are done up in earth tones with chocolate leather headboards, dark wood furniture, and Zulu artifacts—an homage to the Zululand roots of the owner's wife. Another set of rooms, five minutes' walk away in the old railway station, are small and they lack tubs and phones, but the rooms are a bargain and decorated with great care. (This Georgian village is often accused of being the prettiest in the county, by the way.)
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