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Solihull, United Kingdom
Reviewed July 15, 2016

Beautiful location, very much away from it all. However, the offer was disappointing. The brochure implies a welcome afternoon tea with cake or biscuits like some other Wolsey Lodges locations, but here all that was available were normal tea-making facilities with packs of biscuits. It was difficult to get a phone signal, and the advertised WiFi was only usable in...

3Thank Susan T
Long Eaton, United Kingdom
Reviewed February 23, 2016

My husband and Father in law stayed for one night on Jan 9th to attend my father in laws cousins 100th birthday party. My husband said that the grounds and room were lovely & breakfast was yummy. My husband asked for a twin room that was easily accessible for my father in law due to him not being able to...

1Thank Alexandra C
Leicester, United Kingdom
Reviewed April 27, 2014

Staying at the Garden Cottage was one of the most uncomfortable holidays I have ever had. Let me explain. Our lodgings where very nicely decorated, the surrounding environment, gardens, scenery etc. where beautiful. But we found it all to be slightly pretentious, a bit tense and not completely, 100% welcoming. For instance on our arrival we asked for the wifi...

18Thank Gazmataz_75
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed November 6, 2013

Unlike most places in the Wolsey Lodge book, you do not get to stay in the main house but are lodged in a very modern cottage probably converted from a barn. The room was large and very comfortable, with a small separate kitchen (no cooking). Neither do they do meals as most other in the group but have plenty of...

2Thank Peter C
Tilley, Alberta, Canada
Reviewed October 15, 2013

6 (adult relatives) of us stayed at this B & B in September. The rooms were wonderful! Everything was nice and clean. We used the kitchenette to make our evening tea and then we relaxed in the common area. We had wifi - a great feature since we were a long way from home. Unfortunately it was a bit too...

5Thank Gail D
Reviewed September 15, 2013

Beautifully tucked away in the countryside this gem was a perfect retreat to complete our stay in England after visiting Raynham Hall. The room was nicely decorated and the common area spacious. The abundance of stars and the stillness of the night was something we don't have the opportunity to appreciate back home. The Gardens in back were exquisite and...

1Thank Raynham H
Auckland Region, New Zealand
Reviewed June 25, 2013

When we arrived there was no one to greet us and we were initially wondering where to go. Eventually the hostess arrived - none of the promised home made cake - just a packet of biscuits by the tea making facilities. The accomondation was fine - roomy with good ensuite facilities. We felt a offer of supper would be an...

6Thank Kiwisforever
Loughton, United Kingdom
Reviewed May 31, 2013

We stayed here on the recommendation of some friends. The buildings and area are really nice and so typically Norfolk, a county I know well and love. Owner was welcoming but quite full on and a little overbearing. The room was very nice with a kitchenette and good en suite facilities. It was decorated well and there was a lot...

3Thank jacnazeing
Reviewed November 28, 2012

3 couples stayed overnight at Manor House Farm on 22nd Nov 2012. We were requested not to arrive before 4-30pm and were looking forward to the welcome tea and cake as stated in the Wolsley Lodge Directory. We did not recieve the warm reception we expected from a Wolsley Lodge, and the tea and cake did not materialise!! The accommodation...

10Thank joyce f
Reviewed March 16, 2012

We stayed at the self-catering cottage for four nights. No one was in the B&B, so the place was very quiet and peaceful. The open plan kitchen/lounge/diner was comfortable, especially with the wood burner going. However, beware of the heating - there is no facility to override the heating controls (time or temperature), and so once the fire was roaring,...

3Thank MrWiff
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Additional Information about Manor House Farm

Address: Wellingham PE32 2TH, England
Location: United Kingdom > England > East Anglia > Norfolk > Wellingham
Number of rooms: 3
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“If you need a ground floor room, ask and I'm sure they will be able too accommodate.”
alexandrac732, Feb 23, 2016 | Read review
“Beware of the cockerel in the morning and don't get the cottage nearest to the farm !”
577peterc, Nov 6, 2013 | Read review
“try somewhere else!”
joycef910, Nov 28, 2012 | Read review
“From what I have read of other reviewers, the self-catering option sounds the best.”
MrWiff, Mar 16, 2012 | Read review
“The rooms outside of the main house are likely nicer, newer and bigger - though I didn't see the ones in the house.”
LondonUnveiled, Aug 26, 2011 | Read review
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