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All reviews church clock car park old coaching inn creaky floorboards a bit tired roast beef public areas specials board real ale business trip the ground floor sunday lunch reception area evening meal first floor very pleasant stay breakfast was excellent
Fantastic service from very knowledgeable staff. Food was well presented and of top quality. Excellent value for money on food and drinks. Although very busy we were served in very good time and the staff always had time for their customers if there was a...More
Lovely hotel in a cracking spot in the market town of Swaffham. Staff were exceptional throughout- so helpful. They need an award or something. The room was slightly dated but very clean. Unfortunately the bed did sag in the middle which was the only disappointment...More
They are so helpful they go out of there way to help me some 5 star hotel mangers need to come this this hotel to learn how to be helpful lol food is so nice and staff are too made it like a sec home...More
Creaky floors and swirly carpets, as is typical of these establishments but scrupulously clean, quiet and comfortable. A decent Sunday lunch which was reasonably priced. Worth considering if you wish to stop over in Swaffham.
We spent last night staying at the George Hotel in Swaffham. We were attending an event at Oxburgh Hall and this hotel proved very convenient for staying afterwards.
We have had meals in this hotel many years ago and were very pleased to find that...More
Response from daveashuk | Reviewed this property |
As the other replies have stated there are a number of steps throughout the hotel, I'm sure entrance via the main road entrance will give access to bar and dining room, but I think there are steps upto the rooms even for thr... More
As the other replies have stated there are a number of steps throughout the hotel, I'm sure entrance via the main road entrance will give access to bar and dining room, but I think there are steps upto the rooms even for thr groundfloor annex.