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The Old Rectory Hotel


North Walsham Road , Crostwick ,, Norwich, NR12 7BG

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About the hotel

Set within 3. 5 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens, The Old Rectory Hotel is the perfect location for a short break, business trip or relaxing holiday. Just 4 miles' north of Norwich its rural location ensures a tranquil setting away from the bustle of inner city life but still within easy reach of local amenities (0.

5 miles) and direct transport routes to Norwich (4 miles) and local tourist attractions. There are 16 rooms in total. All rooms are ground floor and en-suite, many of which offer views of the gardens. In the main hotel there are 12 spacious and well equipped rooms including a luxury four poster room and family suite. There are a further 4 double rooms in the cottage building set within the grounds. Guests are invited to relax and unwind in the stunning landscaped gardens which feature ample patio seating and a superb outdoor heated swimming pool in the summer months. Evening meals and breakfasts are served in one of two fully air conditioned restaurants which offer a Table d'hote and A'la Carte menu. Each menu offers excellent home cooked food from fresh, locally sourced produce, wherever possible. Lunches and packed lunches are available on request. The Old Rectory makes the perfect venue for private dining for parties both large and small. There are two function rooms including a stunning conservatory restaurant with high vaulted ceiling and views of the gardens. It is suitable for all manner of private functions including, conferences, parties, weddings and seminars. The famous Norfolk Broads are a short drive away with the popular tourist destination of Wroxham just 2 miles north and the picturesque riverside village of Coltishall just one mile away. There are walking and cycling routes nearby not to mention countless tourist attractions. Norwich city centre (4 miles) offers a shopping metropolis with a vast array of restaurants, pubs, music venues, cafes, bars, and historical sites suitable for families and couples alike.

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Showing Thursday 29 September 2016 to Friday 30 September 2016

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Air conditioning in rooms , Wedding Licence , Limited Hours Room Service , Laundry/Valet Service , Wake Up Call Available , Interconnecting rooms available
Car parking available onsite
Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
Restaurant , Bar

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From 14:00 hours
Until 10:00 hours
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Pets are not allowed

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Very Good

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91% would recommend it to a friend


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  • Graham E

  • July 2016

Overnight stay.

A nice quiet place to stay with excellent service and a good hearty cooked breakfast.


  • Tim A

  • May 2016

An unusual experience

The Hotel is very different to what I had imagined.

The picture on the website shows the Old Rectory but in reality this is only a small part of the whole. Most of the rooms appear to be in an annex which is best accessed via a three minute walk across the car park. There may be another route but we weren't shown that way. On arrival we were greeted by a very friendly lady who dealt with our booking and gave us the room key. We were then shown across the car park to room 22. On first impression the room seemed reasonable. It was rather cold and the lady explained that we needed to put the key into a slot. This we did repeatedly but room did not get any warmer. In the end after phoning reception a man came and turned on a switch and the radiator came on. Unfortunately this did not apply to the bathroom which was incredibly cold throughout the whole of our stay. Breakfast is served 7.30 - 9am every day. This may be reasonable during the week if there are lots of business customers but decidedly harsh for a Sunday. In order to avoid rising too early on a Sunday we opted for room service. On making the call we were surprised to be told that room service was not available as they were too busy. I explained that I had checked the night before that room service would be OK for Sunday morning. On hearing this the gentleman in question said 'well we will do our best for you then'. He didn't seem very happy about it though. Once it arrived the breakfast was well presented, tasty and nicely cooked. One of the things we enjoyed about the room was it had some nice scatter cushions on the bed which came in useful whilst watching tv. For some reason these were removed from the room and never returned!. The shower mat suffered the same fate. Special mention must be made of the bathroom. Apart from being cold, it is also rather hazardous. One reason for this is the burning hot towel rail sited two inches from the side of the toilet. The other is that the bathroom cabinet is only two foot above the sink. This meant that every time we used the bathroom we felt very blessed that we didn't experience severe burns or a head injury. Attempting to clean my teeth without knocking myself out was a true work of art. All in all a very unusual experience!

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